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Plants that Help Bees sorted by Sun Exposure

Over the last year or so I have noticed many articles about plants that attract bees. With the mystery of colony collapse disorder, bee hive thefts, and the loss of many hives this year due to a late spring, our bee population is really hurting. So planting a few bee friendly plants seems like the least we could do. However, as a novice gardener I found a lot of these articles frustrating. I wanted to know what plants would be good for the amount of sunlight that my garden receives, and none of the ones social media sent my way gave me that information. So here it is, plants that help bees based on your sunlight exposure.

Full Sun

Partial Shade

Full Shade

As you can see, no matter what type of sun exposure you have or how small a garden you have, you can help save the bees. Happy gardening!

*Please note, do not plant any species known to be invasive in your area, and as with all plants, check for toxicity if you have pets or children.

** Most plant care details can be found at