Spring has sprung at E-Street!

Spring has sprung, and it’s also the beginning of National Biodiversity Month, so we want to celebrate. WA Loves Nature will be planting wildflowers around the base of our E-Street bee hotel with some of our native bees’ favourite flowers.

Residential Attitude's Bee Street Hotel
Bee Hotel – E-Street Display

Here is the list of the E- Street wildflowers.

Spring Mist – Eremophila nivea

Pink Rice Flower – Pimelea furriginea

Boronia – Boronia megastigma

Grey Cottonhead – Conostylis candicans

Fan Flower – Scaevola sp

Everlastings – Rhodanthe chlorocephala subsp. rosea

Photo by Ross Harper - bee flying around wildflowers
Photo: Ross Harper, Zanthorrea Nursery

This range of native bee favourites will make the luxury E-Street bee hotel even more attractive to native bees in the area. We can’t wait to see the first bee take up residence and feed on the flowers.

You can help our native bees by planting some of the wildflowers listed above or pop into our E-Street display home and you can pick up a Native Bee Fact sheet with all the tips on how to attract them to your garden and a detailed list of plants that will get your garden BUZZING with bees this Spring.

Photo by Eva Boogaard - Close up image native bees
Photo: Eva Boogaard

Planting wildflowers for our native bees is a great way to support our State’s amazing biodiversity. These wildflowers will also attract butterflies, birds and other pollinators to your garden – WINNING!