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  1. This was a very informative and entertaining. I enjoyed how you enter twined education and humor.  I also enjoyed all of the beautiful pictures you included. We live in the hocking hills area in Ohio and I wondered what kind of flowers would you recommend us planting around here to help the birds? 

    1. Hello Robert

      Thank you for your comments. Intertwining humor and information is exactly what I was going for. 

      Please read What are the Bees Knees and see further information on bees and pollination.

      Where your area is concerned I always say, ask at the garden centers. 

      Ask a local bird society about the birds in your area. They will be much better equipped with the information you want. 

      Believe me, it is very rewarding. You get the benefit of the garden and flowers, AND the bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies.

      You will be proud of your garden!

      Let me know how you make out.

      Regards, Corinne

  2. pasindu dimanka says:

    This is a very valuable post. Fewer people write posts like this now. The pollination you wrote about is a very important part of nature. Because without pollination, we might even lose the food we eat. I have heard that flowers are beautiful in one color to attract animals like this. Is that story true? Thank you so much for posting such valuable posts. Keep posting like this.

    1. Pasindu, thank you for your comment!

      Yes, the information I write is always researched so I am putting out facts as much as I possibly can. 

      I invite you to see my post about bees, as there is much more about pollination there too.
      There is a link in the part where the bees do the “waggle” dance.
      And yes, that is the correct name for this behavior! 

      The colors play a valuable part in attraction to insects and birds. But the real importance is that we help pollinate and feed the pollinators. There is a real danger and some countries do have to pollinate manually because they have no bees!

      That’s terrible.

      Pasindu, you touched on everything I wanted this post to say, and that is very encouraging.

      Regards, Corinne