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Sep 08, 2016

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kris

People are wanting to help bees by planting pollinator gardens, but more importantly buy neonic free plants or the bees will continue to die. Very few garden centers were selling neonic free plants. Gertens is the only one I know of and most had not heard of the word neonicotinoids. That will probably change next year, but hope it's not too late..

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