Herbs to Feed Bees

This book has all the information you need to do your bit to save the Planet.

You'll also get some help in saving money by making your own cosmetics and remedies.

It's available as a paperback or download which can be read on any tablet, reader or computer.

It is my very own book, written by my fair hand :-) if you notice the name on the cover, you might just recognise it!

It contains not only the growing instructions, but useful information regarding the uses of the herbs, culinary, medicinal and cosmetic.

It gives recipes to make herbal remedies and lovely spa products.

The full description of the book is below - click on the flag to go through to Amazon to get your copy.

It's available world wide and should display in your own currency.


“Herbs To Attract Bees” sets out to show you exactly the right herbs you can grow for the greatest benefits for you, your garden and the bees you need to keep your garden beautiful. 


This simple to follow handbook, full of colour pictures, is ideal for keen and amateur gardeners, cooks, anyone who studies natural and herbal remedies and anyone who loves the smell of fresh herbs around the house. It’s particularly simple to follow for children and school groups who want to establish herb gardens and watch nature in action. 


Watch your herbs flourish on balconies, window sills, path edges and around letterboxes. Just imagine the pleasure of brushing past some beautiful lavender as you walk through your garden, allotment or by your balcony if you are in a unit. 



They have a fairly long flowering season, starting with Rosemary in February/March and continuing through to October. 

You don't need a huge amount of space to grow a few herbs and you will get a useful crop to use for yourself, either in cooking, a remedy or cosmetic. 

Under each entry is a description, cultivation tips, interesting information along with culinary, medicinal and cosmetic uses and a 'Rescue Remedy' for the herb - what to do if it looks a bit sick, how to revive it and maintain it. 


As well as covering the smaller plants, “Herbs To Attract Bees” also includes a list of around 150 'bee friendly' trees, shrubs and plants if you have a larger area of land.


Are you new to gardening? Included is a Gardening Glossary - an explanation of gardening terms that we come to use as our love for the garden grows. 

Plus: How to take cuttings, sow seeds, test for viability, pot on, divide and many more instructions and definitions.


This book is also perfect for anyone wanting to beatify the nature strip outside the house with something other than concrete or grass! A few herbs growing by your door will enhance your home as well your food.


And the best news? The herbs I write about are the best herbs to grow to attract bees to your garden. More bees means more pollination means better flowers, vegetables and a more secure future for this planet. So everyone wins! Yay! 



Specific sections include: 


  • A description, cultivation tips, interesting information along with culinary, medicinal and cosmetic uses and a 'Rescue Remedy' for each herb - what to do if it looks a bit sick, how to revive it and maintain it. 


  • Using the herbs to make remedies and cosmetics, bath salts, body scrubs, teas, tisanes, tinctures and many more. 


  • Preserving herbs tells you how to keep them for out of season use, when to harvest and the best methods. 


  • Charts containing around 150 trees, shrubs and plants which are 'bee friendly' for those with larger plots. You'd be amazed how many of these plants are easy to grow and attract butterflies and other wild life. 


  • Advice on how to avoid getting stung and what to do if you are. 


  • Gardening Glossary - an explanation of gardening terms that we all had to learn at some point. How to take cuttings, sow seeds, test for viability, pot on, divide and many more instructions and definitions.


Herbs to Attract Bees is more than a gardening book, it shows you that no matter how little you can manage, you can do your bit to help support the bee population. 


Urban bees do much better than rural bees and the reason is *you* and the diverse planting amongst your neighbors. 


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