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Bee Friendly! Plant Pollinators this Fall


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This presentation will talk about various trees, shrubs, perennials and annual plants that are attractive to pollinating insects including the western honey bee, bumble bee and blue orchard mason bee. The course will help you to select pollinator friendly choices for your garden. It will also provide guidance to beekeepers and farmers interested in learning about annual pollen flows. You will discover how to select pollinator plants to establish meadows that support a honey bee’s colony health, foraging, nectar, pollen and propolis.

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