Bees need us! This week is ‘Bee’s needs week’ brought to you by the Bumblebee Conservation trust (link below). Learn all about what bees need from us, and how you can make your garden bee-friendly. Border designs and planting plans from KCGD can maximise the potential of your garden for bees of all kinds. Just get in touch to learn more.

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How can you help bees in the garden? This week is ‘Bee’s needs week’ brought to you by the Bumblebee Conservation trust (link below). Open flowers like the Dahlia in this picture are great for ease of access – KCGD can help you choose flowers that are great for bees.

Can you help to identify the specific Dahlia in this picture? Let us know in the comments.

Make your garden Bee-friendly, and save our precious pollinators. This week is ‘Bee’s needs week’ brought to you by the Bumblebee Conservation trust (link below). Your garden might already be bee-friendly – take part in a local or national pollinator monitoring scheme and find out.

Want more bee-friendly plants, or advice on providing habitats for bees? KCGD specialise in wildlife-friendly gardens, so get in touch today!

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Want to update your bee identification skills? This week is ‘Bee’s needs week’ brought to you by the Bumblebee Conservation trust. I was able to correctly identify (I hope!) this bumblebee on the Trust’s website (link below).

I’m constantly learning more about nature and wildlife so I can give you the very best advice and help with your gardens. If you’d like to chat about making your garden wildlife-friendly, just get in touch.

5 simple actions you can take to help bees – a taste below, and more on the Bumblebee conservation trust website.

  1. Grow more flowers, shrubs & trees (variety and abundance!)
  2. Let it grow wild (embrace the nettle!)
  3. Cut grass less often (enjoy the long grass!)
  4. Don’t disturb insect nests and hibernation spots (‘forget’ to tidy up!)
  5. Think carefully about whether to use pesticides (Organic is good for you and your garden!)

https://www.bumblebeeconservation.org/white-tailed-bumblebees/tree-bumblebee/

 

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