2 Trees That Attract Bees

Bees need a diversity of pollen and nectar  sources that bloom from early spring to late fall. They prefer flowers that  are white, yellow, and purplish-blue to red flowers.  When planting your bee garden it is important  to plant in clusters or groups so bees recognize your garden as a continual  nectar and pollen sources.

  • FRUIT TREES Deciduous  fruit trees are an important pollen source in early spring.  As the bees move from plant to plant they  pollinate fruit trees, helping to ensure fruit set.
  • BERRY TREES Berries are both a nectar and pollen source for  bees. Raspberries and blackberries are particularly important because they  provide a surplus of nectar.

Bees and Wasps can be really big in the Reno Nevada area. It is important to call a professional any time you are dealing with a large amount of insects for your safety and to ensure your trees and plants are not infected with any other pests. Get in touch with Action Lawn & Landscape LLC today.

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