Absolutely! Bees are attracted to nectar and pollen, and growing certain plants in your garden will attract more of them. In addition, try to grow native flowers of a variety of colors, don’t use pesticides, and plant flowers in large clumps. Bees also prefer sunny areas to shaded areas.
Honey bees have favorite flowers, but trees are great contributors too, as well as many indigenous weeds. Dandelions are a favorite. White and yellow clovers. They love lavendar and anise and thyme, oregano, and cat mint. Golden rod is a great late bloomer when most nectar has dried up. Try to plant nectar- and pollen-bearing plants that cross all seasons, especially when dearth is common to your area. And of course, keeping a garden helps too! Keep water easily accessible, bees use a lot of it. Finally, lemon grass scent is frequently used as a swarm lure scent. Get a hive and put some in it!! 🙂
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