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I have a magnificent honeysuckle over an archway and raspberrys next to each other the bottom of my garden hums from first thing in the morning to last thing at night its a jo to see and the perfume is wonderful too yum
We have a large spear thistle in our garden which has attracted many bees. However today after days of activity we found about a dozen bees still on the thistle all dead. Any ideas as to why?
If you can find an area in which to grow ivy, do try it. Insects of ALL kinds love it( birds too) and on a sunny day in our plot the ivy is so popular that one would swear that bees were swarming, the noise they make is so tremendous.
Some of the best early flowering plants for bees are: Willow (Maleform), Crocus, Flowering currant, Winther jasmin, Hyacinths, bellflowers, etc

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i recomend pulminaria for early bees including queens who have just emerged from hibernation .they love them !
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Willow (Maleform), Crocus, Flowering currant, Winther jasmin are the best plants for bee , i like your blog very much
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