Behind the bee hives is anise hyssop, whose soft, anise-scented leaves are used as a seasoning, as a tea, and in potpourri.  Bees love the purple flower spike and they make a light fragrant honey from the nectar.

Behind the bee hives is anise hyssop, whose soft, anise-scented leaves are used as a seasoning, as a tea, and in potpourri. Bees love the purple flower spike and they make a light fragrant honey from the nectar.

Please only you can help me! It also helps arthritis!

New Study Finds Bee Venom Can Kill HIV

creating a bee friendly garden- plants to attract and feed beneficial bees. save the bees!

creating a bee friendly garden- plants to attract and feed beneficial bees. save the bees!

Extracting this Year's Honey from the Comb ~ Have you ever wondered how all that golden deliciousness is harvested from the hive? From Lovely Greens #beekeeping #honey

Extracting this Year's Honey from the Comb ~ Have you ever wondered how all that golden deliciousness is harvested from the hive? From Lovely Greens #beekeeping #honey

... pardon me... but FREAKIN' extraordinary ...

Give bees a booster: Gardeners urged to leave out energy drinks for exhausted bees

Do you know bees are incredibly vital for food production? This infographic, courtesy of Any Pest, looks at why bees are important, what will happen if they become extinct and how we can help save them.

Do you know bees are incredibly vital for food production? This infographic, courtesy of Any Pest, looks at why bees are important, what will happen if they become extinct and how we can help save them.

Take a look at this #infographic to learn more about the importance of #honeybees. #ecofriendly

Take a look at this #infographic to learn more about the importance of #honeybees. #ecofriendly

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