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Garden Gallery - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2010
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2010
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Global Stone Bee Friendly Plants Garden
Global Stone Bee Friendly Plants Garden

With their numbers already decimated by the effects of intensive farming, climate change and loss of habitat due to increasing urbanisation, our honeybees face further threats from a range of diseases spread by the parasitic Varroha mite and the as-yet unexplained Colony Collapse Disorder. The Global Stone Bee Friendly Plants Garden demonstrates how careful planting choices can encourage bees to forage in even the smallest of urban spaces. Within a honeycomb of formal hedging, bold blocks of salvia, agastache and sedum welcome bees already tempted by the red clover lawn. Raised wooden honeycomb planters, a Cercis canadensistree and a hexagonal pool add height and depth.

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