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  1. Bee Forum
    Rusty from Honey Bee Suite thinks highly of Figwort. There are 3 varieties with different bloom times. I'm in 6a high desert and I think I'll be able to grow 2 and I'm trying 3 just for grins. Phacelia and sunflowers were a big hit last year so that's on deck too as a permanent direct sow...
  2. Nectar & Pollen Plants
    Dear all, I am working on an apiculture project in a region called Araku Valley, AP,India where I am training tribes women to become beekeeper . We are working with the local specie Apis cerana. In this region we have 3 seasons. Monsoon: June to September, Winter: October to February, Summer...
  3. Nectar & Pollen Plants
    This has turned into my favorite landscape plant. Here in Zone 8, it blooms from early spring until late fall. It blooms in drought, it blooms when wet, it blooms in sun or shade. It's amazing. But the best part is, I have bees on it always! It also feeds butterflies and hummers. But the bees go...
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