Hoop Greenhouse


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I am new to gardening and am wanting to plant a few things. Probably pretty low-key. I realize it's also most likely too late in the year to worry about it now. Hopefully I'm getting a jump on next year! :) I was thinking of one of these greenhouses, primarily to keep the critters out. The one question I have is: wouldn't it be necessary for bees to get in and do their thing? Maybe not?
 
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I am new to gardening and am wanting to plant a few things. Probably pretty low-key. I realize it's also most likely too late in the year to worry about it now. Hopefully I'm getting a jump on next year! :) I was thinking of one of these greenhouses, primarily to keep the critters out. The one question I have is: wouldn't it be necessary for bees to get in and do their thing? Maybe not?
It all depends on what you want to grow. Hope this link helps
http://www.hortmag.com/plants/fruits-veggies/vegetable-crops-that-do-not-need-pollinators
 
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