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Bee plant for the month of February


Et voilà, my bee plant in February: the scented Viburnum x bodnantense. This Viburnum is a cross between two Viburnum species (V. farreri and V. fragrans) and it has a very long flowering time during the winter in addition to an intense, but pleasant fragrance. It often already flowers in December and the last flowers fall off in March or April, depending on the weather. Here one must ask oneself whether it offers food to the last bees or the first bees of the year. ;-) But as soon as there is one spring-like day, one can hear lots of buzzing in the bush!


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