Category: Bee Crisis

Plant Flowers, Attract Beneficial Insects

Plant Flowers, Attract Beneficial Insects

| June 27, 2018 | Reply

Plant flowers, attract beneficial insects Some new gardeners don’t realize the role beneficial insects play in the garden, nor, the necessity of planting flowers to attract them for a vegetable garden. I was just out on my back deck observing numerous bees attracted to our tree, which is in bloom. And while they were in […]

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Bonnie is so Bonny: No Neonics!

Bonnie is so Bonny: No Neonics!

| September 9, 2014 | 6 Replies

Bonnie is so bonny: No Neonics! When you go to a nursery to buy plants, do you ever imagine what goes into the effort of getting those plants on the shelves? Last March, I found out when I visited a Bonnie Plants regional nursery. On a cold, grey, snow-threatening day, my brother and sister-in-law were showing my […]

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Late Bloomer – Arts & Ag – Part 1 – Episode 29

Late Bloomer – Arts & Ag – Part 1 – Episode 29

| July 24, 2013 | 8 Replies

Late Bloomer – Arts & Ag – Part 1 – Episode 29 covers Kaye’s visit to Hickman County, Tennessee, over Memorial Day weekend. From locally grown foods and live music to handmade goods, the Arts & Ag Tour had it all! Part 1 begins with a quick stop into Wild Duck Soup Emporium on the public square in […]

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If Bees Are Imperiled, So Are Humans

If Bees Are Imperiled, So Are Humans

| May 15, 2013 | 2 Replies

If bees are imperiled, so are humans. There exists an exhaustive amount of press and scientific articles about the bee crisis, but, in case this is the first time you are getting this information, I want to enlighten you. And scare you. This little, hard-working bee’s – and millions of others like it – days […]

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