In addition to a wild boar, Scat directed Talon to bring back some prickly pear for dessert. Between the roasted meat and fruit, not to mention fermented agave nectar, Jeremy started to feel friendly toward his captor.
Pot for June colour: Lavender, Nicotiana 'Apple Blossom' and Verbena 'Peaches n Cream'. This pot is great for pollinating insects and smells as good as it looks. Find more wildlife friendly container ideas at: http://www.gardenersworld.com/how-to/projects/wildlife-gardening/how-to-make-a-nectar-rich-container-display/203.html Photo: Sarah Cuttle
Please sign petition to help ban bee killing pesticides in The Biggest Little City on Earth, Reno, Nevada. Let our city councilmen and women know that as a tourist, you would LOVE to have Reno be a BEE Friendly City and ban NEONICS NOW! https://secure.avaaz.org/en/petition/Reno_Nevada_City_Council_Ban_the_use_of_Bee_Killing_Pesticides_and_Herbacides_on_City_Property/?nbjecib
Honey Lily is a delicate honeyed, floral scent with notes of vanilla. Beefayre's natural plant wax candles are hand poured into botanical print recycled glass. They are inspired by the flowers that honeybees forage on in an English Country Garden. They are vegan friendly, PETA certified and have a cotton wick. All of their candles come boxed and wrapped in Beefayre's botanical print, designed by founder Sharon Jervis. The glass is dishwasher safe, so you can wash out the glass...
Knautia arvensis, field scabious. Bluish-lilac, honeycomb-like flowerheads on slender stems from July to September and hairy, dull green leaves. This beautiful native field scabious was once used to treat scabies and other skin ailments - hence its common name. Highly attractive to butterflies and bees, it's perfect for naturalising in a sunny wildflower garden, mixed or herbaceous border.
Barr Co Honeysuckle Soap This Barr Co honeysuckle soap is perfect for those who seek ALL-NATURAL INGREDIENTS in ECO-FRIENDLY PACKAGING.The floral honeysuckle scent with sweet nectar and herbaceous greens will leave you refreshed.