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100 Plants for Beekeepers A Brief Guide to One Hundred Plants Significant to Honeybees

By: Stuart A Roberts(Editor)
144 pages
100 Plants for Beekeepers
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The volume is a brief guide to one hundred plants significant to honeybees. Photographs are taken by the author during his work with apiaries in the Midland Counties. Each plant is described under the headings: Plant family; Common name; Latin name; Description; Pollen; Nectar; Other names; Leaves; Flowers. An essential guide, for both beekeepers and gardeners, to pollen and nectar sources – and the very best way to care for honeybees.



1. Flowering Plant Biology
2. Attracting Pollinators
3. Plant Families
4. Flowering Periods
5. Plants by Main Flowering Periods
      5.1. Spring
      5.2. Summer
      5.3. Autumn
      5.4. Winter


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Stuart Roberts is a Master Beekeeper, a member of the BBKA Examinations Board and a Trustee of the International Bee Research Association.

By: Stuart A Roberts(Editor)
144 pages
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