Suped Up TBH

Mary Beth: This will be my last bee update from Block Island for a while because Ray and I are on the road. Durango, here we come!. Monday, May 3: The apple trees are blooming on the Island. The buds started opening up around April 27th, which is really early. As I mentioned in an... Continue Reading →

Bee Spring Updates

Mary Beth: With the weather calm and warm since the heavy rainstorms came through last week everything is exploding into life. The bees aren't drinking as much sugar syrup and they're beginning to bring in large amounts of pollen. The major source seems to be the red maples. I added a few bars to the... Continue Reading →

Ground-nesting Bees

A reader asked us if we knew how to deal with some pesky ground-nesting bees that have made their home in potted plants in her nursery. She's concerned that they might bother her customers, so we did some research and found out lots of interesting things. Ground-nesting bees are part of a large group of... Continue Reading →

Tuesday’s Tips — Grab Bag

It's been a while since we promised to make this a regular feature of our blog, but we really mean it this time. We're going to post gardening and beekeeping tips every Tuesday — or if we get super busy, every other Tuesday. And we've added a new page where we'll gather all of the... Continue Reading →

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