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vossner wrote: I planted this broccoli in late winter (Houston z9) but the weather was milder than usual and the plant went to flower pretty fast. I see a lot of bees hovering around the flowers and just don't have the heart to deprive them of nectar. I assume that means that it wont produce any more broccoli, but is there any other reason why I shouldn't let the bees be? thanks for your help.