At Colorado Hemp Honey we strive to build the best environment for bees to live and thrive. This means looking after the land, plants, and insects that call our farm their home. On our small farm in Parker, Colorado we grow a variety of plans that bees love; lavender, red and white clover, sages, sunflowers, fruit trees, and many wildflowers.
Across the country (and the world), both wild and honey bees often struggle to find “bee friendly” plants locally, so each spring, we enlist our retailers and customers across the country to help plant our special Feed The Bees Seed Mix in their own communities! This will provide local bees with the forage they need to survive, thrive and maintain healthy colonies that are crucial to the health and well-being of our food supply and the planet!
In 2021, our customers across the country will be planting 1.3 acres (56,000 square feet) of wild forage for local bees including: Forget-Me-Not, Siberian Wallflower, Purple Coneflower, China Aster, Corn Poppy, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Blue Flax, Baby Blue Eyes, Indian Blanket, Globe Gilia, Tidy Tips, Coreopsis, Alyssum, Lavender, Daisy Aster and Bergamot.