Not only are bees incredible pollinators, they are also the only insect in the world to produce food that humans can eat. Over the last two decades, research has shown that this hardworking creature is in rapid decline.
Find in this infographic below, why it’s so important that we save these ancient insects and how you can help:
Infographic by anypest.ca
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Reblogged this on the skinflint philosopher and commented:
Serendipidity that this has just popped into view, as I have just signed up for a beekeeping course (if it runs- subject to numbers). A good skinflinter should always be a little bit like Winnie the Pooh.
Thank you for sharing! 💚
I grow garlic in my garden and the bees love it. I usually see 3-4 varieties of bees on my plants. They seem to like garlic more than my tomatoes!
They also love mint, but I had to get rid if the mint as it is a bit invasive.
I didn’t know garlic was such a magnet for bees, in our experience Lavender and sunflowers have been the most visited by the bees here in our balcony.
Thank you for your comment! 💚
good to know