The weekend's H&G focused on bees. Here are the highlights:
A world without bees is a world without chocolate: Prof. Gordon Frankie's Urban Bee Project teaches gardeners how to plant for the native pollinators -- to stem the catastrophic decline of our native bees.
Garden blooms where dead lie in Sacramento: Alison Rood reports on an historical Sacramento cemetary that is doing Professor Frankie proud: their lush planting grounds are an accidental mecca for bees.
Redwoods dropping branches a common problem without an easy fix: Ray Moritz delves into the reasons redwood trees are better suited for Muir Woods than for front lawns.