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Bees Bees Bees

  • Mar-Lu View 3810 Lander Road Jefferson, MD, 21755 United States (map)

On May 11th, from 1:00 pm until 2:30pm, David Muns, a Frederick County Master Gardener and beekeeper, will be presenting a program on the importance of pollinators in our landscape. He will explain how YOU can help save our pollinators - honey bees, native bees, butterflies, moths, and hummingbirds - by planting a pollinator friendly garden.  David has planted over 100 varieties of self-seeding annuals and perennials in his pollinator garden at the Frederick News-Post, where he keeps his honey bees.  He will teach you things you never knew about honey bees: the most proficient pollinator of them all.

A number of perennials will be available so that you can begin your own pollinator friendly garden- and perhaps, become certified in the new Frederick County Pollinator Friendly Garden Certification program.  Preparation, planting, and maintenance for the garden will also be discussed.

This class is free!

 

Earlier Event: May 11
Happy Hour Kokedama Workshop
Later Event: May 18
MLV offsite at Green Fest