Are bees attracted to sage bush flowers?

Answer Bees are attracted to bush sage plants because of the attractive aroma of the flowers, which bloom around late summer and early fall. One such sage is the Mexican bush sage, which thrives in the So... Read More »

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Are bees attracted to the color yellow?

Bees are generally attracted to bright colors (except for red, which most of them cannot see) and floral patterns that resemble the flowers from which they extract nectar and pollen. Therefore, yel... Read More »

Why are bees attracted to porch lights at night?

Bees are attracted to porch lights at night because they demonstrate positive phototactic behavior. They are naturally attracted to light, like many other organisms. Other insects that are positive... Read More »

How to Trim a Sage Bush?

Sage (Salvia officinalis) is an herb that grows easily in almost any soil condition. Sage prefers full sun and average water, but isn't picky. Hardy from zones 4 to 11, sage will quickly take over ... Read More »

How to Prune a Sage Bush?

Among sage plants (Salvia species), you find annuals and perennials. Regardless of how long the plant lives, both groups have sages that are mostly fragrant, drought tolerant, and hold their flower... Read More »