The passageway in this garden looks straight out of a storybook—and re-creating it requires almost no effort. In fact, the first step is simply letting an area grow wild. (If your plot's bare, ryegrass seed will take care of the problem, fast.
( Thank you for the invitation!) Creating a bee-friendly garden means more than just planting flowers. You certainly want to attract them with gorgeous blooms, but while they are in your garden you will want to give them a place to drink: a bee bath.
A grape-vine arbor runs through Anne Bass's cut flower & fruit garden in her South Kent, CT garden. The arbor is underplanted with clematis Comtesse de Bouchaud & Violet Elizabeth, Japanese anemones, delphiniums and foxgloves.
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