We recently received a plant for the bees called a green-headed coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata). Thank you Mrs. J, Master Gardener, for the bee-friendly plant which makes flowers that are sunflower-like perennials (plants that last more than one year) that have a greenish center and yellow petals. These plants are very bee friendly so we hope […]
This winter we had lots of snow. There were two big snow storms with temperatures dropping below 20 degrees Fahrenheit. In the winter it’s not hard to keep your bees healthy. You have to make sure that you keep the hive entrances open from snow or other objects. Thankfully,the bees still survived the conditions. Now […]
There was a caterpillar in my herbs. I thought about sharing these photos on the blog. In the top picture you can see the string where he started a chrysalis.