Want to help the bees? Keep these out of your garden
from Popular Science
Entomologist Vera Krischik has a bee and butterfly garden bursting with Mexican sunflowers, goldenrod, salvia and black-eyed susans. But when she has problems with aphids or Japanese beetles, she's careful to get rid of them responsibly. "We think that if we have a bug it will destroy the plant forever," she says. "It's easy just to cut out the insected area."
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