Go Wild!

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Al­though a lot of gar­den­ers do like a shor t, well­main­tained lawn and weed-free gar­dens, em­brac­ing a lit­tle bit of your wild side will do a lot to en­cour­age bees to drop in. Dan­de­lions and clover are ver y at­trac­tive to bees and longer grass will give them the cov­er­age to go about their busi­ness safely and se­curely. You don’t have to let the whole gar­den go wild, just a spot or two will do. A cor­ner planted with wild flow­ers that are lo­cal to your area could also be­come a ver y happy bee place. Even if you only have a small gar­den or no gar­den at all, a few pots of wild flow­ers and grasses will en­sure you are cul­ti­vat­ing a par­adise for bees.

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