Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology, Garden Insects
How do bees and flowers interact?
Its called 'interdependence.' The flowers need the bees to pollinate them to survive, but the bees need the flowers so they can make honey, and the female bees pollinate flowers and keep pollen on there legs to feed there larve. ...
Can honey bees pollinate plants other than flowers?
Yes, honey bees can pollinate plants other than flowers. For example, in California, honey bees are absolutely essential to pollinate the almond trees. ...
How do bees help pollinate?
As bees go from flower to flower, they take along with them the pollen from each as it sticks to their legs. Some of it rubs off and pollinates the other flowers. Bees collect the nectar from plants, which they use to create honey to feed on for themselves and for their larvae. In turn, the plants are able to be pollinated also. Bees pollinate the flowers. yes they do bees pollinate flowers and flowers give the bees food ...