HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – 2010 Bee Lover’s Garden Annual Calendar

a bee lovers garden 2010 calendar cover


About the Bee Lover’s Garden 2010 Annual Calendar

Looking for a moderately priced gift that?s made in America and supports a worthy cause? A Bee Lover?s Garden 2010 Annual calendar fits the bill. It features twelve framable quality illustrations of plants that bees love, by famous western North Carolina artist Jay Pfeil. It is designed to educate people about the importance of bees, and inspire and empower them to plant these bee nurturing plants in their gardens. A portion of sales will go to support the research needed to restore the health of our bees.

I recently received A Bee Lover’s Garden Calendar for 2010. I had some doubts as to how much I would like bee illustrations–not any more. The artwork of Jay Pfeil is beautiful, an exhibit of nature in the works. They perfectly complement the artistry of nature. The color of the flowers vibrate. Each of the twelve frameable works is quality textured and printed on 80# Certified Green Seal felt paper.

The A Bee Lover’s Garden Calendar is a gift made in America that supports a worthy cause. It’s green, ecologically, and environmentally friendly. Go to and take a peek. The calendar retails for $20.00. Every sale helps funding to restore healthy bee populations threatened by Colony Collapse disorder.


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34 thoughts on “HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – 2010 Bee Lover’s Garden Annual Calendar

  1. “Get started early with plants that bloom mid-winter like Witch Hazel.” I already have a witch hazel in my garden, but wouldn’t mind another – they are lovely trees.

  2. Well..I guess bees need water too. so set some out for them…like in a bird feeder, etc. I didnt know it was hard for bees to find water.

    My sister would love this calendar. She is a master gardener!

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  3. The idea of keeping a filled bird bath was a new concept to me — I had no idea that that would help attract bees! Thank you for such a great giveaway!

  4. It’s not just that bees like clover and dandelions, the fertilizer/weed killer that many use on their lawns are toxic to the bees. Consider going chemical free or at the least have a bee/butterfly garden area that is kept free from chemicals and provide some relief.

  5. Water is a treat for bees,
    I beelieve that, beeing nice,
    I fill the birdbath more than twice,
    and watch the bees quick as a wink,
    to the water, to bee getting a drink!

  6. Bees need water to be healthy just like humans. Oh, and unpasteurized honey has enzymes that are important to our health.

  7. it suggests to let your yard go a little free. let dandelions and clovers grow and keep the grass a little higher so that bees can be happy

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