Did you know that bees pollinate 85 percent of the planet's flowers and more than a third of our fruits and vegetables? Without bees, our grocery stores would look shockingly sparse.
As modern landscapes change, however, bees are fighting to survive. And they need our help.
Gardening for bees and other pollinators is easy. You’re probably envisioning colorful flowers bursting with blooms, but did you know trees are just as important to pollinators as flowers are?
In celebration of Arbor Day, April 28, create your very own pollinator garden! And bee sure to include some of these best trees for bees! Remember, the best time to plant trees is in either fall or spring.