Planting for Bees? It’s About Thyme

Adventures in Natural Beekeeping

5-27-15...Pink Chintz Thyme 5-27-14…Pink Chintz Thyme attracted bees last year

Butterflies like them too. Butterflies like them too.

June 29, 2014...English Thyme June 29, 2014…English Thyme

Head first in pink Thyme Head first in pink Thyme

June 29...English Thyme June 29…English Thyme

6-4-13...Red Thyme 6-4-13…Growing as a ground cover, this red thyme is hard to see until you bend down close.

Health benefits of thyme…

To finish out the beautiful music of La Tabú, I added some video of this new plant…a type of St. John’s Wort called HyPearls Hypericum.

July 10, 2014...HyPearls Hypericum attracted many bees, usually in the morning hours. July 10, 2014…HyPearls Hypericum attracted many bees, usually in the morning hours.

You can understand why it's called HyPearls. You can understand why it’s called HyPearls.

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