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The sale will feature more than 100 species of flowers, grasses, ferns, shrubs and trees for sunny, shady, wet or dry conditions...The catalog is online at dupageforest.org/nativeplantsale , but gardeners also can call (630) 933-7208 for details. "
He maintained it, but we had the pleasure of observing the bees hard at work and we looked forward to enjoying some of their honey once they were established. This year, when the days started to turn warmer, we anxiously watched for signs of life in
Associated Press A new federal report blames a combination of problems for a mysterious and dramatic disappearance of U.S. honeybees since 2006. The intertwined factors cited include a parasitic mite, multiple viruses, bacteria, poor nutrition,
Scottish government calls for ban to be delayed Mr Lochhead said there had been no conclusive evidence that the pesticides were harmful to bees Scotland's rural affairs secretary has called for a two-year delay on the banning of pesticides which are
26 April 2013 Now the soil is at last warming up it's the perfect time to plant fresh colour into our borders and containers...You can feel the whole natural world unfurling day by day and its potency is all the more tangible after the miserable
Some return and rebloom when temperatures cool; others die off completely. There are also several summer vegetables that really suffer and eventually die when temperatures remain high in July and August...They flower in April and May and the leaves
How did coffee become more popular in south India and tea in the north?...Legend has it that in the late 16th century while Haji Baba Budan was returning from Haj through Yemen, he found people boiling coffee beans in water and enjoying the decoction.
Welsh bee decline action plan to promote allotments Ministers say the loss of bees is 'real threat' to wildlife and food production Encouraging green spaces, gardens and allotments to boost Wales' bee population is part of a new action plan to halt a
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), four beekeepers and five environmental and consumer groups filed a lawsuit in Federal District Court against the agency for its failure to protect pollinators from pesticides. The coalition, represented by
The roof of France's National Assembly is ready to buzz with activity after the arrival of three large bee hives this week as part of a project to promote pesticide-free honey. The bees are expected to be moved in once the weather warms up, should