All we are saying is 'Give Bees a Chance'

Dandelions deserve a gold medal. 

This sunny flower is one of the first spring foods for bees.

 If bees survive the winter, they look to dandelions and other wildflowers for nutrition — so they can begin the work of pollinating our fruits and vegetables. The all-important bees are threatened right now. 

Their population is dwindling due to a type of pesticide that is being applied to flowers and vegetables and fruit trees....we must alert everyone!

Let's not kill off anything that helps the bees. 

READ: http://www.reporterherald.com/opinion/guest-columns/ci_25679656/dandelions-deserve-gold-medal

by Andy Goldsworthy


  1. Love it...now you got me singing it in my head!

    1. Laurin - thank you for that wonderful review of my book! I linked to your website on my Facebook page, Heaven is a Garden. Thank you so much for those kind words! http://ravenscourtgardens.com/2014/05/02/garden-quote-jan-johnsen-gardening-gets-you-into-the-flow


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