Attracting Beneficial Insects
A share of a visual what to put in Bee/Insect "Condos" that are free of perfume, dye, chemicals and pesticides. After seeing dryer sheets, dyed yarn and pet fur laced with flea and tick pesticides, etc. and other potentially toxic materials added to these on other sites, thought this is a great example of safe things to add.
Bricks are small simple elements, the clay building material has been awhile and its presence surely did not go unnoticed. Present in most households in one form of another, the rectangular volume is renowned for its coziness and warmth and is able to create a strong, very desirable feeling of appurtenance in its spatiality. BrickRead more
Here is a list of 61 plants that attract honeybees and other pollinators. This list will give you an idea of which wild plants bees love to work and some ideas on what to plant in your own garden. #honeybees #beekeeping #LadyLee’sHome #plantsforbees #gardening #flowers #organicgardening #homesteading #bees