Bees are active from spring until late summer, which is the ideal time for your garden to be full of bee-friendly flowers rich in pollen and nectar. The bigger the diversity of flowers in your garden, the better it will be at supporting the bees. It’s a good idea to plant a variety of bee-friendly flowers so that your garden always has a few bee friendly plants throughout the season.
If you visit any of our campsites over the spring and summer months you'll see a wide variety of plants and flowers, all there to give the bees a helping hand. Check out our infographic below to learn how to start planting your own bee-friendly garden.
Sourcing bee-friendly plants and seeds couldn’t be easier. Garden centres and nurseries stock a wide variety of options and have staff on hand to offer expert advice on planting and caring for the new additions to your garden. You'll find endless help and advice articles online about planting to benefit the bees. Getting started is really simple with the wealth of help and advice available.
So what are you waiting for? Start planting to give the bees a helping hand today.
Find out more about Bee Kind Week and why we're creating such a big buzz about the bees!
Get the latest news & special offers delivered to your inbox