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100 Plants to Feed the Bees Provide a Healthy Habitat to Help Pollinators Thrive

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By: The Xerces Society(Author), Eric Lee-Mäder(Author), Jarrod Fowler(Author), Jillian Vento(Author), Jennifer Hopwood(Author), David Wysotski(Illustrator), Ilona Sherratt(Illustrator)
240 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
100 Plants to Feed the Bees
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100 Plants to Feed the Bees highlights the best species to attract and sustain honey bees, bumble bees, and other native bees and pollinators, with a focus on the United States and Canada. Nectar rich and/or high value pollen plants will include varieties of native wildflowers, garden plants, native trees and shrubs, and native as well as non native bee pasture plants from alfalfa to vetch. Full colour photographs of the plant in bloom – many featuring bees busy at work – are accompanied by at a glance information including which pollinators the plant attracts and all the necessary planting data. Regional and seasonal planting guidelines ensure everyone can plant at the right time and in the right place to save their bees.

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Handbook / Manual
By: The Xerces Society(Author), Eric Lee-Mäder(Author), Jarrod Fowler(Author), Jillian Vento(Author), Jennifer Hopwood(Author), David Wysotski(Illustrator), Ilona Sherratt(Illustrator)
240 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
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