Honey Bee Feed Flower Seed

Honey Bee Feed Mix

$47.75 per pound

Qty Price
1-4$47.75 per pound
5-30$40.59 per pound
31+$35.81 per pound

We love that feeding honey bees with the flowers of honey bee feed wildflowers seed mix is making our food grow and our landscapes healthier.  The honey bee feed wildflower seed mix can help with the health of bees by providing just what they need to feed on.  Flower nectar for bees means beautiful blooms attracting the bees and others for pollinating the fruits and vegetables hearby too.  The honey bee seed mix is designed for honey bee health and forage throughout the growing season. Flowers well-suited to the tastes of honey bees can be planted in borders, garden beds, or maintained areas adjacent to hives.    Annuals and perennials in this mix like full sun (6 or more hours of direct sun), but will do ok in partial shade also.  Remember that there are many species of bees with various flower preferences according to the size of their mouthparts.  Honey bees are NOT native to North America, so to be a honey bee feed flower we need not focus on natives BUT  this mix hits the mark with many North American native flowers that are also attractive foods for honey bees!!  This bee feed mix has colorful  flowers in every season that honey bees will eat nectar from in your garden.

 

Product Description

Feed the honey bees with wildflower seed for flowers honey bees love, thus helping immensely with their nectar needs.  Bees need flowers that that feed them the nectar to make honey from. Apiaries are prime for this honey bee feed seed mix.   Feeding the bees with wildflowers makes a lovely ecologically sensitive habitat for the local honey bees, while attract pollinating bees to the vegetable garden and pollinating fruit tree blossoms.  Use this wonderful honey bee feed wildflower seed mix for your honey bees’ main food source for the Best Wildflower Honey in your locale.

Honey Bee Feed wildflowers contains:  Blanketflower, California Poppy, Cape Forget-Me-Not, China Aster, Chinese Forget-Me-Not, Corn Poppy, French Marigold, Lacy Phacelia, Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, New England Aster, Prairie Coneflower, Purple Coneflower, Purple Prairie Clover, Rocky Mountain Penstemon, Scarlet Cinquefoil, Siberian Wallflower, Sulphur Cosmos, Sweet Mignonette and White Upland Aster.

Seed 6-12 pounds per acre or one pound per 4000 sq ft