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Rural Gardening: Shade Plants to attract honey bees in Zone 9A

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Houston, TX
(Zone 9a)

May 13, 2009
7:03 PM

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I have been reading about the problems with honey bees, and want to do the best I can to keep them around. Trouble is my yard is full of pine trees, which means I have a lot of shade. I have a FAIRLY sunny spot on the patio. Are they any plants that thrive in the shade that attract honey bees? I am in Zone 9A

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