- 02/02/2017I know there are a few members from the UK here on beBee, but is anyone living in Hampshire?
Today I booked a Southampton venue for my first Social Media Masterclass and I would love to invite beBee members 😊
- 17/01/2017Let me take you down
'Cause I'm going to Strawberry Fields
Nothing is real
And nothing to get hung about
Strawberry Fields forever
- 14/01/2017For our United KIngdom Bee! Throw a bomb for the Bees; A Seedbom that is! All seeds used are on the Royal Horticulture Societies list as good for pollinators!Butterflies Flower Meadow Seed Mixturewww.meadowinmygarden.co.uk
- 14/01/2017WORLD HONEY BEE DAY IS AUGUST 19, 2017
I've created a Hive and I invite everyone to share posts, research, articles, on the HONEY BEE! The Actual Honey Bee! whose populations are in danger. A great start is to share suggestions for protecting our Honey Bee populations such as native plants to plant in your region of the world.World Honey Bee DayWorld Honey Bee Day This hive is to share information on Actual Honey Bees. Colony Collapse Disorder is the sudden death of a colony of Honey Bees. It is a global epidemic and there are many proposed causes. We invite all of the beBee Bees to research and contribute
- The worlds earliest gardens were planted to reap medicinal benefits and celebrate the gods, take a trip here and explore some mesmerizing gardens from around the world...
- This is a little flamboyant for a tree but its actually the trees common name Flamboyant tree or to be precise Delonix regia...check out more beautiful trees from around the world here...
Comments07/01/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.beautiful nature
- A beautiful aquatic plant discovered in Spain which dates back to the Cretaceous period, is believed by scientists to be the oldest flowering plant on earth!
- Are these the most beautiful flowers in the world? well they always manage to be in the top twenty of many horticultural polls!
Comments07/01/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.reminds me of the sun
- Flowers are one of the most beautiful gifts we get from nature, here are some rare flowers that you probably didn't know existed....
Comments07/01/2017 #2 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.oh wow, she is so lovely
- 06/01/2017Tunnels can be for trains, roads, or subways etc, but here are some magical tree tunnels around the world that you can walk through...
- 05/01/2017Something to keep you ticking over until my next instalment of Low Maintenance gardening...
- Producer02/01/2017Low Maintenance Gardening (Evergreens)As mentioned in my second instalment of Low Maintenance Gardening I said that I would include Evergreens that are more than suitable for pots, containers, patios and decking areas of low maintenance gardens, evergreens are great for anyone who...
Comments03/01/2017 #3 Andrew Porter#1 #2 Pamela and Franci thank you, yes there are some amazing evergreens that are just perfect for low maintenance gardens and patios, I wouldn't highlight them if they did not flower or had some feature that would bring some colour to the garden or patio area, there will be some more to come this week as well.
But I'm going to keep this series running until March, so if anyone is looking for low maintenance plants there will be plenty to choose from!
- Producer02/01/2017Low Maintenance Gardening (which plants)Following on from yesterdays buzz Low maintenance gardening for the coming season I thought it would be a good idea to start highlighting some of my ideas for plants that are more than suitable for low maintenance gardens and patio...
- Producer01/01/2017Low Maintenance Gardening for the coming season!This is my first buzz for many a week (so I may be a little rusty) but what better way to start the new year than a buzz to share some professional ideas for low maintenance gardening as it seems more and more people just don't seem to have a lot of...
Comments02/01/2017 #6 Andrew Porter#4 Thanks Bill for the appreciation, I have since posted another article in the series which mentions Evergreens!
#5 Lada I'm pleased you found the article of interest, I have since published two more in the series which you may find interesting and can be viewed in my hive https://www.bebee.com/group/horticulture-uk02/01/2017 #4 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador#3 @Andrew Porter, thanks for sharing again, you are going to keep me busy planting in the spring Andrew. I do like Hydrangeas & have them currently. Your article is very well detailed. great post!!!! Many thanks again. You live in a great area of many diverse birds too Andrew, I read somewhere that there are 200+ species of birds in the UK of which more than one-half are migratory. Many species are sufficiently versatile to adapt to changing conditions, and it is estimated that in lots of gardens they have a higher bird density than any kind of woodland area. I enjoyed many trips to the UK when I worked for Exel Logistics, now owned by DHL. I'm a great fan of Dr Who & was sorry to hear that they closed the Dr Who museum there. Best regards, Bill Stankiewicz, www.savannahsupplychain.com
- What about a magical Wisteria tunnel....
- You've all seen rainbows....but what about a rainbow Eucalyptus?
Here is an article I posted on Linkedin..
- A most unusual tunnel I wrote about on Linkedin....
- 24/12/2016If required then it could be done wellEpidemiologists Need to be More Like Michael Phelps Than Mark Spitz by Carol J. Burns - Endocrine Science Mattersendocrinesciencematters.org Epidemiologists need to join the 21st...
Comments05/12/2016 #1 Mohammad Azam KhanI like it, and the bees like it too, Spider Lily. (Excuse me if that sounded too full of myself).
Me gusta, y las abejas también, Spider Lily. (Disculpe si eso sonaba demasiado lleno de mí mismo).
Eu gosto, e as abelhas também gostam, Spider Lily. (Desculpe se isso soou muito cheio de mim mesmo).
- 18/11/2016I Come to the Garden Alone...
My latest photo on www.flickr.com/photos/kwpashuk
Leaving the house this morning I couldn't help but notice how the roses were still in bloom, even in mid-November.
I was then reminded of that old hymn... I come to the garden alone, while the dew is still on the roses.
- 06/11/2016Hvar, Croatia, is known as the island of sun but also the island of lavender. Lavender fields are different than fields of Provence with its regimented rows. Massive tufts of lavender grow up to 1.5 meters in height in apparently random fields between stone walls and massive piles of cleared limestone.
Three major fires in the last two decades have been almost completely destroyed the Hvar lavender plantations. Thanks to the persistent growers, Hvar still exudes the scent of lavender.