If you want to attract bees, you can grow Zinnias, Sweet peas, and Morning glory in Canada. Bees love these flowers, and they are easy to grow from seed. For long-lasting blooms, you can also grow Zinnias from seed. Then, you can bring your buckets to a cool, shaded area. It’s as simple as that! Just follow these easy steps to grow flowers in your home.
Sweet peas attract bees
Despite their intoxicating fragrance, sweet peas are toxic. However, if grown in home gardens, these small plants attract many beneficial insects, including bees. Here are some tips to attract bees to your garden. Sweet peas are an excellent choice for vegetables, and they’re also great for attracting pollinators. Sweet peas are an old-fashioned favorite, and their flowers attract bees.
Morning glory is easy to grow from seed
Planting morning glories from seed are very easy. It can be planted anywhere from late spring to early summer. You can buy them as transplants if you’re growing the plants in containers. Morning glories need full sun, so be sure to plant them in a location that receives an adequate amount of sunlight.
Bees adore zinnias
Bees love Zinnias. This flower’s vivid colors attract the attention of bees. Though they cannot see red, the ultraviolet markings on the petals attract them. These little critters are looking for a tasty treat to satisfy their roosting appetite. Zinnias are perennial, annual, or subshrub plants that produce terminal flower heads in the summer.
The best part about zinnias is that they are low-maintenance plants that grow in various conditions. These plants can tolerate hot or cold temperatures and produce several different types of flowers.
Celosia flowers are long-lasting flowers
You can enjoy the long-lasting beauty of Celosia by planting the seed in a container with high-quality potting soil. Once planted, cover the seeds with 1/4 inch of potting soil. Then, hang the containers upside-down and away from direct sunlight. After a few days, they will begin to grow roots and bloom. They will remain attractive for months and may bloom again in the fall.
Thumbelina’s are easy to grow and produce colorful, double flowers, usually about 1.5 inches in diameter. Although they can be deadheaded, they tend to suffer from aphids and should be grown in a sunny location with good air circulation.