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Re: Bees in the Garden

  • Subject: Re: [cg] Bees in the Garden
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2004 15:11:29 EST

Don't know nothin' bout no bears, Ms. Scarlet.  They are strong, smart and love honey. 

Good luck,
Adam Honigman

Subj: [cg] Bees in the Garden
Date: 3/22/04 2:14:46 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: LTanenb50@aol.com
To: community_garden@mallorn.com
Sent from the Internet

Thank you, all, for your stories about raising bees in your gardens.  I asked the question for my gardening daughter in Northampton, Ma., and she sent your experiences to her community garden committee and they ok'd her request. 

However..... her friendly bee keeper reminded her that bears love honey and that bears do make their way thru the Northampton garden periodically, so.... will she surround her hives with electrical fencing?  Will she give it up?  Anyone have thoughts on bears in the garden loving up the honey?  Thank to all - have a great spring, and how about 1 million people in Rome protesting the war in Iraq!? 

Laurie, Chicago

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