Insect And Animal Management

You would possibly even see some new wild sorts of flower popping up – buttercups and daisies, for instance, will present some lovely food for bees and butterflies. This plant grows in most terrains, says Marcu

You would possibly even see some new wild sorts of flower popping up – buttercups and daisies, for instance, will present some lovely food for bees and butterflies. This plant grows in most terrains, says Marcus Eyles, Horticultural Director of Dobbies Garden Centres. They make nice animal fodder and are a magnet for honeybees. ‘Let a patch of your lawn develop and watch the bees flock to your backyard,’ he says.

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