Our Bee's are very important to all life on Earth. Without them 70% of all food related plants will no longer exist.
     ...Liqui-Dirt is taking an active role in saving our bees and thus all food on Earth. We started our own NOT FOR PROFIT fund to aid in the repopulation of our Bee's around the US and we hope to expand into the rest of the world...
  1. Rusty Patched Bumble Bee
  2. Franklin's Bumble Bee
  3. Western Bumble Bee
  4. Yellow Banded Bumble Bee
  5. Obscure Bumble Bee
6. Crotch Bumble Bee

7. Yellow Bumble Bee
8. Southern Plains Bumble Bee
9. Morrison Bumble Bee
10. American Bumble Bee
11. Variable Cuckoo Bumble Bee

By donating $5 to The Bee Green Project, (Established January 3, 2017)
You will be helping to sustain the Wild and Domestic Bee population.
Your donation works in two ways.
First and most important is $4 funds the rebuilding and growing of colony's both wild and domestic. We then release these Bee's back into the wild and also build new hives to pollinate the food we eat.
For your donation you will receive
1 Wild Flower seed packet
Over 60 flower types
Essential to feeding All Bee's
Coverage of: 144 sft
The second part, Returns back to Liqui-Dirt Farms to regrow and expand the Wild Flowers to benefit this project.
Liqui-Dirt formed a partnership with 5 Bee growers across the US, to grow and release the colony's we have grown, from your donations.
Honey Bee
American Honey Bee
Riverside cuckoo bee
Andrenoid yellow-faced bee
Lanai yellow-faced bee
Anomalous yellow-faced bee
Anthricinan yellow-faced bee
Assimulans yellow-faced bee
Blackburn's yellow-faced bee
Bluewing yellow-faced bee
Chlorostictan yellow-faced bee
Comes yellow-faced bee
Conehead yellow-faced bee
Connected yellow-faced bee
 Crabronoid yellow-faced bee
Difficult yellow-faced bee
Dimidiatan yellow-faced bee
Erythrodeme yellow-faced bee
Easy yellow-faced bee
Fern yellow-faced bee
Finitiman yellow-faced bee
Very yellow-faced bee
Yellow-foot yellow-faced bee
Darkwing yellow-faced bee
Haleakala yellow-faced bee
Hilaris yellow-faced bee

Hirsute yellow-faced bee
Hostile yellow-faced bee
Hulan yellow-faced bee
Insignis yellow-faced bee
Kauai yellow-faced bee
Koa yellow-faced bee
Kona yellow-faced bee
Hawaiian yellow-faced bee
Laetan yellow-faced bee
Broadhead yellow-faced bee
Obscuratan yellow-faced bee
Ombrias yellow-faced bee
Perkin's yellow-faced bee
Perspicuan yellow-faced bee
Psammobian yellow-faced bee
Furry yellow-faced bee
Satellus yellow-faced bee

Simple yellow-faced bee
Specular yellow-faced bee
Sphecodoid yellow-faced bee
Unique yellow-faced bee
Vicinan yellow-faced bee
Volatile yellow-faced bee
Monocolor yellow-faced bee
Maui yellow-faced bee
Melanothrix yellow-faced bee
Mutatan yellow-faced bee
Molokai yellow-faced bee
Snowy yellow-faced bee
Pele yellow-faced bee
Rugulose yellow-faced bee
Bristlefront yellow-faced bee
Andrenid Bee
Yellow-banded andrenid bee
 Antioch andrenid bee

Your Seeds Help:
Your seeds when planted will help to replace the diminished food supply for our bees. Since 2016 Bee's, the builders of life have been placed on the Endangered Species List. Every year more and more are added to that list. Your perennial Wildflower Bee mix, helps to sustain and directly feed these valuable little friends.
Right now, people are working together to help create bee-friendly spaces all over the country - and you can too.
         (Question) When can I plant my seeds.
            (Answer) Any time before mid summer, and in the fall for spring flowers.
        (Question) How long will the seeds last?
           (Answer) Keep your seeds out of the sun, cool, and dry they will last for years.
         (Question) Will my flowers come back every year?
            (Answer) Yes your flowers will grow back every year.
         (Question) Can I save my seeds and spread them even more each year?
            (Answer) Yes and we welcome such efforts!
         (Question) Where can I plant my seeds?
            (Answer) Our Wildflower Bee Mix seeds can be planted almost anywhere. Pots, Containers, Around walkways and paths, fields meadows around ponds and  streams. Plant these as a border around the garden and help your gardens food production. The list goes on but you get the idea. There wonderful additions to any garden or planted area.
Please donate today!
Why Bee's Matter?
       Bees pollinate flowers, plants and crops that support all species (including humans). Without bees, our food production and the wellbeing of you and I, our children and grandchildren are at risk. There is urgency in this problem since the Bee's are endangered the world over.
We can't do this alone. Please donate $5 today to get your Bee Green Wildflower Mix. Your donation will help to fund the growth of Bee's directly, also research to educate people and mobilize more Bee Savers like you to carpet the country in wild flowers.

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Thank you for helping all of us save a beautiful world full of food and flowers!
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