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Thought you might mean bees so googled and found this. In your bee enquiries has anyone mentioned the biennial Eryngium giganteum? That's my top bee plant here.
In my garden (too dry really) about 18" to 2'. I think they might be capable of more than that in good soil. It doesn't last here but I've always got a few new seeded ones coming on.
Doesn't like it too dry put puts up with most else. Seeds about well
You're not alone Berkley. Never had much luck with them.
pulmonaria are very good for the early bees
Lots here Ryan.
My greenhouse spiders don't cause any problem to the plants but they sh.. down the glass and make it look a mess.
Think I was talking about the 3rd pic. Never could count
Hree we had some very low temperatures last year but only for a couple of nights. Short and sharp. This year it's gone on and on and is still going on. 2 or 3 weeks ago I was getting ready to do do my spring sowings but the seeds ahve all gone back in the cupboard. Seeing them waiting on the table every day was too frustrating
I'd go for a sheltered position, not windy. Also near plants, think 'wildlife corridor'. It needs to be close to where the bugs are looking for nectar, eating the leaves, etc.