This informative and entertaining eBook describes some of the best seasonal garden flowers that provide abundant nectar and pollen to attract pollinating bees.
The question of why you should attract bees is logical since your primary consideration is to grow beautiful flowers. Our common honey bee, bumblebee, and solitary bee populations are rapidly declining worldwide. There are plenty of speculations about the causes of this decrease but with few solutions.
These insects are vital for essential pollination services for our garden flowers, fruit, and vegetable crops. Will our flower gardens help ease this decline? In a small way, yes — but a united effort of many small gardens acting together each year will make a promising difference in the survival of all bees. They are worth the effort, even if they sting!
This eBook identifies and describes several beautiful bee-friendly flowers for continuous spring-to-fall blooming, ensuring a constant visitation of several pollinating bees to your flower and vegetable gardens.
Please learn not to think, “Why should I care about bees?” Instead, ask, “How can I help them?” This publication will explain why you must care, suggest which plants to grow, and perform essential practices to help your neighborhood bees thrive and survive.
This ebook is available in EPUB format from these vendors: Apple iBooks; Barnes & Noble Nook; Rakuten-Kobo; Tolino Distributors. The size of the file is approximately 3.80 MB.
It is also available in MOBI format for Amazon Kindle products. The size of the file is approximately 4.30 MB
Are you unsure about ordering G. Edwin Varner’s ebooks? Did you know you can request your local library to obtain a copy of them? Yes, you can! Most libraries offer a service called OverDrive where they can get ebooks for you to read. You need to request them at your library if they are currently not available. Once available, you can read his ebooks via your library.
Log on to your library’s website, locate the OverDrive link and request his ebooks. You can also ask a librarian to help you acquire them individually or by his name.