Category: Save the Pollinators

The Whimsical Cosmos

This week’s Feature Flower is the whimsical cosmos (Cosmos bipinnatus). This annual is loved by not only our honey bees, but our native bees, hummingbirds, moths and butterflies. Due to its ease to grow from seed and ability to thrive in poor soil, this… Continue Reading “The Whimsical Cosmos”

My Earth Day Wish…

Every dream begins with a wish… These photos might not capture a sweet bee, but they represent the importance of the dandelion. This magical wildflower is a vital spring food source for not only our honey bees, but the local pollinators. On this Earth… Continue Reading “My Earth Day Wish…”

My Wish: Let the Dandelions Live!

As a beekeeper and avid gardener, I feel it is my duty to provide healthy forage for my bees and local pollinators. Considering the world’s current situation, purchasing spring plants is going to be nearly impossible for most. But, I have an effortless way… Continue Reading “My Wish: Let the Dandelions Live!”

Pollinator Protection: How You Can Help

Happy 1st day of Spring! Our pollinators are currently in decline, due to loss of habitat. The application of pesticides is another contributing factor. 1/3 of the food we eat is thanks to these amazing creatures… It is our job to care for them!… Continue Reading “Pollinator Protection: How You Can Help”