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Sights and Sounds of July in the Garden

Sights and Sounds of July in the Garden

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The garden is getting into full swing now; plants are finally established and many are flowering or just beginning to fruit. This is one of my favorite times of being a gardener--the garden is still looking good, sort of tidy and not too weedy (versus the unkempt look of late summer and fall)--and still anticipating the first ripe tomato and hot chile pepper.

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10 Fascinating Facts About Honey Bees

10 Fascinating Facts About Honey Bees

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Beyond the pollination, beyond the honey, is the amazing life of the bee colony.

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Ready, Set, Count!

Ready, Set, Count!

Today's the day to join thousands of gardeners across the country for The Great Bee Count.

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Bringing Back the Bees

Bringing Back the Bees

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Have your dreams of growing bucket loads of your own juicy fruits and vegetables ever been dashed during seasons in which your plants and trees bore almost no fruit? If you’ve watered, weeded...

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Friendly Blue Mason Bees are Perfect Pollinators

Friendly Blue Mason Bees are Perfect Pollinators

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You'll want to encourage these docile, no-sting, super pollinators into your garden.

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The Sex Life of Flowers: a Primer on Pollination

The Sex Life of Flowers: a Primer on Pollination

A blossom is nothing more than a lure, designed to attract bees or other polinators to move pollen from anther to pistil.

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