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I'm considering starting a bog garden and would like to hear other people's experiences. There's a ton of info online but can't find anyone talking about how bee friendly they are.

I have an Australian native bee hive and am only interested in the first place because it looks as if you can put a lot of flowers in one area. I won't be keeping any carnivorous plants for obvious reason and am hoping there are some plants with a high pollen/nectar load.

Any help is much appreciated.

I'm considering starting a bog garden and would like to hear other people's experiences. There's a ton of info online but can't find anyone talking about how bee friendly they are. I have an Australian native bee hive and am only interested in the first place because it looks as if you can put a lot of flowers in one area. I won't be keeping any carnivorous plants for obvious reason and am hoping there are some plants with a high pollen/nectar load. Any help is much appreciated.

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[–] Jack_the_Lass 0 points (+0|-0)

If available to you, I had Iris Versicolor that did great as a marginal aquatic.

Thank you, I have a Flower Power close by as well and I think they have a huge selection of marginal aquatic/aquatic plants.