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PennApic is offering bulk wildflower seeds as a fundraiser for the nonprofit association. PennApic is also the association that runs National Honey Bee Day. If you need wildflower seeds, or think they could make a nice gift for another person, please consider supporting this effort.

Details can be found here... http://www.pennapic.org/pennapicseedsale.html

Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions. Thank you.
 

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Thanks for the link, Bjorn. Pennapic offers lots of great common sense information on their website. Great info for beginners and the several years under the belt beekeeps that are still confused. I plan on revisiting the website to do further reading.
 

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BjornBee said:
The first group of seeds was mailed yesterday. Thank you to those ordering thus far. Hope you enjoy! :)
Got mine here in Alabama 12-6-2011. Thanks much.
 

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Iddee would not do so himself I am sure, so let me bring this to light.

He was the first one to donate his seeds to a public outreach program. You can find him listed on this page at the bottom:
http://www.pennapic.org/pennapicseedsale.html

Our first school and nature center that are working together in planting a pollinator garden, and have requested assistance through this seed program, are from Queens New York. So Iddee should be glad his seeds are going to educate kids.

Thank you iddee!
 

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I didn't do it for publicity, so no, I wouldn't have. I did it because Bjornbee works hard year round to promote bees and beekeeping, so if I can help a bit, I will be there.
 
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