Time for tomatoes, attracting native bees, is weather lore true?
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Daily Newsletter for Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Among the changing months, May stands confest
The sweetest, and in fairest colours dressed!
Soft as the breeze that fans the smiling field;
Sweet as the breath that opening roses yield.
–James Thomson (1700–48)
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Native Bees: The Best Pollinators for Your Garden
The super-pollinators of the garden are … native bees! While honey bees have their place, it’s our native solitary bees—such as mason bees and leafcutter bees—which are most vital to our flowers and food. See how to bring these docile bees to your garden.
There are 4 foods that can hijack the chemicals in your brain. These foods can “rewire” your brain and cause you to crave fat, sugars, and carbs, even when your stomach is full – and worst of all, they could be the reason why you are gaining weight.
Full Moon for May 2020
Learn about the full Moon for May 2020. Why is it called the Full Flower Moon? When is the best time to see the full Moon? Here are Moon facts and folklore from The Old Farmer’s Almanac.