Bees Happy in Canada
Spring and summer
Bring beauty, fragrance and bees to your garden from early spring to summer with this his combination of plants. These plants are all rich in nectar and provide important support to bees. Nothing says summer like the lazy buzz of bees as they buzz from one nectar-rich bloom to the next. We want to keep our bees happy. Pollinator populations play a pertinent role in natural pollination, and are threatened. Not to put too fine a point on it, but no bees = no food. So, plant nectar rich perennials, trees and shrubs; stop using pesticides in your garden; and lobby against the use of pesticides containing neonicotinoids in municipal landscaping and agriculture. For more information about creating a pollinator rich Canada. 4 plants in combo. Plant varieties depend on availability.
One of each:
- Salix viminalis – Common Osier Pussy Willow. Essential to feed the bees in early spring.
- Lonicera tatarica – Tartarian Honeysuckle. Beautiful grape of pink flowers blooming in mid spring.
- Deutzia crenata ‘Nikko’ – Nikko Slender Deutzia. White, rich in nectar flowers blooming in late spring.
- Philadelphus coronarius ‘Aureus’ – Gold Leaf Mock Orange. Produces fragrant & creamy flowers from late spring to early summer
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