May 16 meeting ~ BZZZ ~ Bees, Part 2

A bee on a wild sunflower.

A bee on a wild sunflower.

They’re essential for anyone who gardens. Who? What? Where?
Bees, of course. Whether they’re honeybees or the more solitary native bees, without them to pollinate our plants we’d be in sad shape.
And essential to our understanding of bees are Tracy and Jasmine Heirigs, who own The Golden Hive on Route 66 in Flagstaff.
We met this knowledgeable duo last year, when we heard about how they keep bees in their back yard. Now, we’ll learn even more … and with their help, each create a salve we can take home.
This meeting is later in the month than usual. Totally worth waiting; hope we’ll see you there.
An Important Note: Now’s the time to join the Flagstaff Flower & Garden Club to get the most benefits from your membership.
Cost is only $25; benefits include free meetings, field trips and other events plus membership in the state and national garden clubs.

When: Monday, May 16, 6-8 p.m.
Where: Flagstaff Senior Meadows Community Center, 1351 N. Pine Cliff Drive (from Route 66, turn north on N. Switzer Canyon Drive, right onto N. Turquoise Drive, right on E. Ponderosa Parkway, left at N. Pine Cliff Drive. Drop off passengers at the community center, then please park in the BASIS High School parking lot.)
Cost: Members free; Senior Meadows residents $2; non-resident guests $3
Information: Call President Star Hunter at 928-637-4401

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