A free-to-use, captioned, campaign version of my video, Bee Friendly (vimeo.com/183928559) (CC by-nc-sa). Filmed and photographed at Lapworth, Warwickshire, and Tavistock, RHS Garden Rosemore, and The Garden House, Devon. The featured bees include the white-tailed bumblebee (Bombus lucorum), common carder bee (Bombus pascuorum), and the European honey bee (Apis mellifera).
The Time To Run (Creative Commons Volume 1, 2012) by Dexter Britain
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Dexter Britain’s website: dexterbritain.com/
RHS Garden Rosemore: rhs.org.uk/gardens/rosemoor
The Garden House: thegardenhouse.org.uk/
Ten ways to Bee Friendly
1. Grow pollen-rich flowers and herbs, with different colours and bloom times. Avoid hybrids, they are of no benefit to bees.
2. Grow native wildflowers on the lawn and in garden beds
3. Let part of your garden grow wild
4. Provide nesting sites and put out water for your bees
5. Buy bee-friendly, locally-produced organic vegetables, fruit, and honey
6. Use organic/natural ways to control pests rather than chemicals and pesticides
7. Buy garden plants labelled free of bee-toxic pesticides
8. Avoid the use of pesticides and persuade your friends to do the same.
9. Encourage your community to plant pollinator-friendly flowers at schools, parks, businesses, and golf courses
10. Support community and online campaigns to help our bees
Bee Friendly: 10 Ways to Bee Friendly is a video by Nick Wood, 2016
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