in amongst the more common daisies, dandelions and plantains.
Average size lawns left to blossom could provide enough nectar for 400 bees every day. Providing a flower rich environment increases biodiversity for a variety of insects, bees and hoverflies. A newly published study reports a dramatic decline in insect populations. Though we may consider them pests, they are vital in pollinating our food crops. Loss of habitat seems a major factor with sites becoming isolated from one another. By doing nothing you too could help feed the bees.