Late Summer Bee Feast

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Late summer sedums provide essential nectar for bees as they stoke up for the winter. The plants are easy to grow, tolerate gardenerโ€™s neglect and low rainfall, add splashes of welcome colour just when other flowering plants are fading, and best of all, provide us with the gently humming company of bees. Bee-lissful!

28 thoughts on “Late Summer Bee Feast

  1. I do enjoy a good bee-fest, so thanks for indulging me today, Tish. As everyone else battens down for fall, I’m starting to think about cooler (below 100) weather and when I might once again venture planting something in my raised beds. ๐Ÿ™‚ Life is an adventure.

    janet

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