Gardening for Bees - A free ebook on bee-friendly gardening
03/13/2020

A free ebook to help raise awareness on how to create a beautiful garden that will attract bees and other pollinators and that is also safe.

Online PR News – 13-March-2020 – Okotoks, Alberta – Spring-time is when many folks start planning their flower or vegetable gardens for the season. Though this can be a fun and rewarding activity, it can become even more so by incorporating a few safe and easy practises for the benefit of our little bee friends. By planting bee friendly flowers we create an abundant food supply for the bees; and by keeping our gardens free of harmful herbicides and pesticides we create a safe place for them to feed and pollinate. By downloading your free copy of Gardening for Bees you will:

Discover the best flowers to plant that will attract bees to your garden
Learn how to plant and care for your new bee-friendly flowers
Discover natural herbicides and pesticides to keep your garden happy and healthy and keep the bees safe
Have fun creating herbal remedies and tasty treats using the bounty of there new flower garden
Receive a redemption code for a free package of “bee-friendly” seeds*

Bees are considered to be some of the useful insects on the - and they are also extremely interesting. Did you know:

All worker bees are female
A bee produces only a teaspoon of honey in her entire lifetime
To product a kg of honey, a bee has to fly the equivalent of 3 x around the world
The type of flower the bees collect nectar from determine the colour and taste of the honey
Bees mate high in the sky during flight
A queen bee can lay 2000 eggs per day
There are 100 crop species that provide 90% of food around the world and 71 of these are pollinated by bees

As part of a global community we can all do our part to protect these amazing little creatures:

Download your FREE Gardening for Bees ebook today
Join your community garden
Don’t use pesticides in your garden - even better talk to your neighbours about becoming a pesticide free neighbourhood.