How To Help Restore The Bee Population

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The decreasing number of bees in the world is a problem that scientists and especially biologists are trying to solve. Even if we think of bees as pests, it seems like their increasing scarcity affects the surrounding natural world, and a possible extinction of bees will trigger a chain reaction that could lead to the extinction of all human kind. But don’t panic! There is a little everybody could do to handle this issue. Planting! Yes, planting particular types of plants will help the bees to multiply more often and easily. So, don’t just stand around while people disappear from the face of the Earth after the bees become extinct. Plant these, according to your possibilities:

• herbs: lavender, catmint, sage, cilantro, thyme, fennel, or borage;
• perenntals: crocus, buttercup, aster, hollyhocks, anemone, snowdrops, or geranium;
• annuals: calendula, sweet asylum, poppy, sunflower, zinnia, cleome, or heliotrope;

In this struggle, every plant counts. Caring after some plants will result in the safe return to what scientists call regular numbers of bees that will restore balance to the natural life and cause benefits to the environment as well. Choose a plant you’d like to see in your balcony or yard and save the planet!

2 Responses to “How To Help Restore The Bee Population”

  1. Joshua says:

    Butter cups act as a poison to bees. beeinformed.org/2012/05/31/ranunculus-poisoning/

  2. Diana says:

    You say that the bees are becoming extinct, well I have a bees that have made there home in my roof that I cannot get anyone to removed except for a large fee. I am getting ready to get my house rented for termites and I just want to have the bees saved and can’t afford to pay to pay someone to remove the bees and pay someone to termite the house. So to my dismay is someone doesn’t come forward soon the bees will be destroyed ?.

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