NEWS - House Beautiful Article - Pollinate Your Garden This Spring by Renting Solitary Bees
"If you love gardening, you should love bees. After all, gardens need pollinators like bees in order to thrive. And bees, which are dying off, need pollen and nectar from plants. This spring, you can grow your garden and help increase the bee population thanks to this Washington-based company that lets you rent bees."
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