Save The Pollinators
Every Ask... why do bees produce honey?
Honey is a delicious and nutritious food that is loved by humans all over the world. But have you ever wondered why bees produce honey?
Zinnias are not just a treat for the eyes with their dazzling array of colors, but they also serve as a haven for pollinators, making them a delightful addition to any garden.
In the delicate dance of nature, there exists a beautiful symbiotic relationship between plants and pollinators. One such enchanting partnership is between the vibrant butterfly bush (Buddleja davidii) and the industrious honey bee (Apis mellifera).
It's impossible to overestimate the importance of pollinators — to plants, animals, people, ecosystems — to the survival of the planet as we know it.
Do you see Honey Bees in your yards like you used to?
We are always asked, are the honey bees still struggling? The answer is a simple YES. The honey bee is very key to our survival. They are small mighty creatures that pollinate 85% of the food we eat.
Hummingbirds are any of the 300-odd species of small, brightly-colored birds belonging to the family Trochilidae. Native to the New World, these are some of the smallest birds that exist and are named so because of the humming noise created by their flapping wings. Hummingbirds resemble sunbirds and honeyeaters in behavior and appearance.
Save the Pollinators
At Huckle Bee Farms, we are very concern about all Pollinators and not just the Honey Bee. Please support our efforts in educating and providing the proper environment for them to survive.