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Planting and Care Guide
A general guideline on how to plant a plant, how to water, and general care to keep your plant healthy over time.
Planting and Care Guide.docx
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Citrus Care
Information on watering, pruning, and troubleshooting for Citrus.
Citrus Care.docx
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Fruit Tree Care
A basic guide to caring for deciduous fruit trees.
Fruit Tree Care.docx
Microsoft Word Document 456.6 KB
How to Run Your Drip System
A guide on how often and how long to run your drip system.
How to Run Your Drip System.docx
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Want bees? Plant these!

Here are some plants that I have found through personal experience will attract many bees.

Russian Sage

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  This plant is easy to grow, beautiful, and drought tolerant.

Dusty Miller

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  I often look at this plant and think it looks a little like it’s from an alien planet. Something about the way the blooms look. Anyway, it’s always covered with bees, and the silver foliage makes a nice contrast with the other plants in my yard.

Cleveland Sage

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  My favorite! This beautiful sage has the most amazing pungent sagey smell. Plus it blooms practically year round.

Gaura

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This gorgeous plant lines my driveway, and blooms almost all summer long. This variety is called ‘Ballerina White’.

 

Hummingbird Mint

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  I have this perennial planted around a pummelo tree in my yard, which now has several pummelos forming on it. The bees have been at work.

   And now, a couple of herbs that will attract bees when blooming:

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I recommend putting any of these plants near your vegetable garden or fruit trees, to draw those pollinators in and get you the most productive season.