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April 13, 2010

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i dont understand how bees are goin extinct! i see them everywhere!! i was sitting outside yesterday in my garden and it was like a bumblebee armada!!!

I received the seeds with my smoothie, thanks. But what kind of flowers are they? Will they be big and tall or small?

They're cornflowers, poppies and snapdragons. They can get pretty tall.

lovely lovely lovely : )Beeutiful Flowers

it's a shame that innocent are only supporting the National Trust (which only covers England and Wales) in their bee-hive exploits with no similar relationship with the National Trust for Scotland.

i would like to help the bees, but don't eat/like honey! maybe they should be on other smoothie varieties too?

I planted my seeds two days ago, it's been sunny and rained. perfect. I can't wait to se the outcome. Bring the Bees!

the bees are going extinct..scientists still dont have all the answers..look at colony collapse disorder
:)

I HAVE JUST BOUGHT A SMALL BUMBLE BEE BOX FROM A MARKET GARDEN. I NEED A QUEEN BEE TO START IT OFF. PLEASE WERE CAN I GET ONE. I LIVE IN TYNE & WEAR.

I can't wait to plant my bee seeds! What a great idea!

When do I need to plant the seeds and how long do they take to germinate/grow? You see some seeds have to be planted at specifit times and do not come up till next year .. I hope these ones you just plant then they germinate quickly in a couple of weeks or something. How much space are they going to take? I cant wait to get planting!

Planted these seeds about six weeks ago...
http://glynne.posterous.com/innocent-smoothies-buy-one-get-one-bee-seeds

I am a new beekeeper and have just had my first crop of honey. I would like to know where I can get the small packets of bee friendly seeds so that I can attach them to my jars of honey.

Isn't it fun? Instead of stuffing, I've used dried lavender blossoms in my eggs. This nest will ultimately perch in one of the walk in closets, perhaps the one where much of my yarn is stored, as a deterrent to moths. These first two eggs are knit from Manos del Uruguay's Serena, a lovely yarn that would make a fantastic little baby sweater. I'adfm going to knit a few more from Blue Sky's silk/alpaca blend.

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