Best For Bees!

gillnurseryBirds, Butterflies, and Bees, Garden Design, Veggies, Fruits, and Herbs0 Comments

A lot of folks are asking how to get their tomatoes, peppers, squash and cucumbers to put on more fruit. The answer might be as simple as you need more bees! Pollinators like bees and butterflies are a critical part of any successful garden, so make some space for bee attracting plants. Some of our favorites are Pink Fairy Duster, African Blue Basil and Calendula.

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