According to research there is estimated to be close to some 20,000 different species of bees in the world, all of which have been, and still are, in serious decline.

Attracting Bees

Research shows that bees are primarily attracted to plants that produce blue, purple, violet, white or yellow flowers, except for most members of the chrysanthemum family.

More recent investigation shows that this large group of insects is primarily attracted to plants that produce blue, purple, violet, white or yellow flowers, except for most members of the chrysanthemum family.

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