Pollinator Plants for Honey Bees

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Honey bee on flower

Help your local honey bees by planting bee-friendly plants. These plants can help the bees produce more honey, which you can then extract and jar. Certain plants can even affect the taste of the honey. 

Honey bees are not the only ones that benefit from blooming plants. Bumble bees, wasps, butterflies, moths, hummingbirds, and many other pollinators visit the garden. They will all benefit from your bee-friendly garden design. 

Learn about bee-friendly gardens and plants at our Pollinator Plants for Honey Bees class on September 29, 2021, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Held at the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center, local beekeeper, and honey bee guru, James Wierman will present on plants that will help increase pollination rates of native bees and honey bees. Register for this free class online at: https://pollinatorplantsforhoneybees.eventbrite.com.

Currently, masks are not required for indoor in-person classes but are encouraged for unvaccinated individuals. Please be aware this could change in light of changing state or local COVID-19 mandates. If you need accommodations for persons with disabilities please contact Chris Blaha at (252) 232-2261 or by email at chris_blaha@ncsu.edu no later than 10 business days prior to class.

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Chris Blaha, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionChris BlahaAgriculture Technician, Agriculture Call Chris Email Chris N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center
Posted on Aug 18, 2021
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