Flowers for Pollinators II

Vegetables And Herbs As I mentioned in the previous post, I left some vegetables and herbs flowering for pollinators and for seeds.  It also helps to draw beneficial insects into the vegetable patch.  The downside is that these beneficial insects don't discriminate, they eat anything they can grab, honeybees and bumblebees included.  But we never have to spray... Continue Reading →

Last Resource

Ode to a Honeybee In Late Autumn We are having a warm autumn this year.  The daytime temperature is still hovering above 50° F on most days but drops back to slightly above 30° F at night.  We had frost for a couple of days early on in the season which killed off most of the garden.... Continue Reading →

Vegetable Flowers

Edible Beauty Summer is the time to let some vegetables flower.  Not just for the seeds I can keep to plant next year but for the honeybees as well.  Most of these flowers are edible.  The only one I'm not sure of is the lettuce since I've never eaten it.  I do know that lettuce... Continue Reading →

Vegetables And Their Flowers

A Closer Look At What We Eat I love eating vegetables especially a fresh salad just picked minutes ago from our garden.  It's not just tastier than store bought, but also makes me feel healthier physically and psychologically.  The leafy vegetables hardly have a chance to flower, but when the weather gets really hot and we're... Continue Reading →

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