Bee colony

Explore the intriguing world of bee colonies and discover interesting facts and information about their behavior, hierarchy, and role in pollination. Learn how you can support these essential creatures and create a bee-friendly environment in your garden.
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Becoming A Backyard Beekeeper…

You add a dollop of honey to your tea, spread it on toast, and drizzle it on ice cream. What if you could have an unlimited supply of this golden elixir? Instead of buying honey at the store, consider starting a beehive and keeping a honey-producing colony in your backyard. Beekeeping is becoming more popular. The USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service estimates that honey production increased to 19 percent between 2013 and 2014, with the average hive producing upwards of 65 pounds…

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Bee Colony Life

Colony Life of a Honey BeeLife in the colony is entirely dependent upon the time of year. Honey bee colonies can get all of their resources from flowers. As a result, the life cycle of the colony follows the life cycle of flowering plants in the environment. Every spring honey bees start to build up their work force in preparation for the bloom of spring flowers. In the

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What is and is not a “Swarm” of Bees

Root Simple reader Luis wrote with a simple request: a blog post with which to refer neighbors who freak out at the site of bees in their yards. It's hard for those of us who garden and love nature to wrap our head around this fear, but I thought I'd offer a concise blog post when this issue arises.

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