Bees pollinate the flowers.
they pollinate flowers
Don't do it - bees pollinate flowers, no pollen , no flowers
They pollinate our plants and flowers so that the flowers can reproduce. After the bees pollinate the flowers, they collect the pollen for the hive and turn it into honey.
Well, bees will pollinate the flowers of the cucumber, but I am not sure if they pollinate the vegetable when it no longer has the flower.
they pollinate good smelling flowers
Bees, hummingbirds, wasps, and butterflies pollinate flowers.
Bees pollinate flowers.
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.
Yes they do pollinate flowers!
The flowers benefit by attracting bees because they pollinate the flowers they visit.
Bees of all varieties pollenate flowers, but not all bees do so. This may seem a contradiction, but only the worker bees pollinate, not the queens or drones.
Bees get nectar from flowers and pollen. The pollen is to pollinate flowers (obviously) to make them grow big.And did you also know that bees pollinate a third of our food.
Yes bees pollinate on all flowers but not all the time only the ones that they think are the safest to go to
Bees pollinate the majority of fruits, flowers and vegetables. They will not pollinate grains such as corn and wheat, firs or soybeans.
Yes, honey bees can pollinate plants other than flowers. For example, in California, honey bees are absolutely essential to pollinate the almond trees.
Bees polinate flowers.When studying how bees polinate flowers, a bee stung me.Since bees die after stinging a person, there was one less bee able to pollinate.
Bees get their nectar from flowers. Flowers produce nectar to attract animals to pollinate them.
If your question is do they, the answer is yes. All flowers are good for bees.
Bees produce honey for us and help pollinate flowers.