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Herbs and Shrubs for Bees
Trees for Bees
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A.Rich abundant nectar abundant pollen abyssinica Acanthaceae Africa Afromontane alternate altitudes altitudes between 1500 annual herb growing Apicultural value areas arranged Asteraceae axillary Bark bee colonies beekeepers branches climbers clusters cm high cm long commonly corymbs cymes dense Distribution edible elliptic erect Ethiopia evergreen bushland Fabaceae family is composed Flower heads Flowering from October Flowering from September flowers frequently Flowers white forest edges fruits Ge'ez genera grassland Hochst honeybees collect pollen honeybees forage important honey source increase honey production inflorescences Lamiaceae lanceolate leaf axils leaflets Leguminosae Leguminosae Fabaceae lobed Mimosoideae montane much-branched nectar and pollen ornamental pale panicles Papilionoideae petals pink pinnately planting to increase pollen and nectar Practical notes produce racemes rainfall range rains Recommended for planting roadsides round seeds sepals shrub shrub growing small tree sometimes species stamens tall Tanzania terminal toothed margins visited by honeybees widespread wooded grassland woodland woody yellow