Friday, February 5, 2016

Book Review: The Bee-Friendly Garden

My husband and son began raising bees as a 4-H project, years ago. Then when we discovered that using honey from close to home, allergy symptoms could be lessened, my hubby began again. Unfortunately, even though we live in the country, our bees are in need of more sources of food. So this book, The Bee-Friendly Garden, came into my life just in time for preparing my spring and summer gardens.

In this book, the authors talk about other reasons for having a garden that bees would like to visit, how a person can have one of any size and even how to make a vegetable/fruit garden that bees will love.

In addition the authors help a person design their garden along with a list of plants that can be found in various parts of the country.

This book is a wealth of knowledge that will be useful to anyone that enjoys gardening and the honey that bees provide.

I was given this book by Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review.

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