Buzz, buzz! Have you seen these cool little insects called bees flying around your yard or garden? They’re actually busy working and gathering food for their families (from our flowers). But bees also do a very important job called pollination. That means they help our plants grow and reproduce — putting healthy food on our tables and keeping our gardens blooming. So we need to be nice to bees and help them out too!
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There are all sorts of ways to do good for these fuzzy, buzzy pollinators. Sometimes that just means learning more about them to gain a greater appreciation. Below are just a few ideas — share these with your parents so they can get in on the fun!
Head outside with this all-season scavenger hunt to learn more about bees and nature. Bring along your parents or siblings for a family activity — or make it a fun competition with friends to see who can finish first!
Happy Pollinator Week! Every order placed from June 21-27 will get two free wildflower seed packets, a bracelet and a magnet.
Seeds are region-specific, non-GMO and neonicotinoid-free.