Sylvia Schofield
Sylvia Schofield

I have tried, during the last few years, to grow more 'bee-friendly' flowering plants, and saw some bees during this last disastrous summer, despite the rain.

Judith Whiston
Judith Whiston
  • Sylvia Schofield

Well done you Sylvia - our bees seem to be thriving despite the poor summer. But almost all the honey has had to be left for them to eat for this coming winter. They deserve it though. Fascinating creatures and so clever.

Eleanor Anderson
Eleanor Anderson

the honeybees are all over my turk's cap now. you may have obe of tgese hardy plants. just come sand dig them.

Honora Wolfe
Honora Wolfe

This should no longer be necessary. It's just the big $$ involved that keeps this happening. Pass this one along!

Lanna Gundelfinger
Lanna Gundelfinger

Honeybees are a vital part of the circle of life.. they pollinate our crops which helps to feed us and our children. Their declining numbers due to being poisoned by neonicotinod insecticides is an atrocity.. it must stop! Please sign the petition to ban the use of neonicotinod insecticides in the USA before they completely devastate the honeybee populations here. Thank you..

Corrie Middleton
Corrie Middleton

If that is what it is doing to the bees what is it doing to us?

Merry Greenleaf
Merry Greenleaf

We need bees. We can't raise crops or flowers without them. Mosquitos, flies, roaches just spread diseases. Protect the bees! BEE AWARE!

Annie Bow West
Annie Bow West

We need bees to pollinate our crops, trees and flowers.

Daphne Littiken
Daphne Littiken

Yes, Classical example of man killing out of greed and stupidity!

Donna Fish
Donna Fish

we need bees in order to enjoy fruits and flowers that we humans simply think grow like money on trees. no more greed!

Meg Riley
Meg Riley

This year, some of the vegetables in my garden had difficulty with pollination. I have to think it's about less bees in my area. Please, sign!

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