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Garden Research Associates Discover Bees Prefer Warm Violets in Cool Forests

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Garden Research Associates Discover Bees Prefer Warm Violets in Cool Forests

Garden research associates Peter Bernhardt, Ph.D., a professor of biology at SLU and research associate of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust in Sydney, New South Wales, and Dr. Retha Edens-Meier, have recently discovered that bees prefer warm violets in cool forests, as reported in Journal of Pollination Ecology. Research for the report included field work at the Garden's Shaw Nature Reserve. 



Learn more about the work conducted by Drs. Bernhardt and Edens-Meier here, and read the full article at the Journal of Pollination Ecology site


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