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Urban Beekeeping at Tudor Place

Episode Summary

On this #plantchat episode, we check in with a team of urban beekeepers at [Tudor Place][1], a historic D.C. garden. They share what that the process is like to get a bee colony set up and established, and tell some great lessons they learned along the way.

Episode Notes

A team of urban beekeepers at Tudor Place, a historic D.C. garden shares what the process is like to get a bee colony set up and established, and tell some great lessons they learned along the way. They also share a sight seldom seen, the queen laying her eggs in the hive, which can be seen here. There is also an article in the Tudor Place Times - Bees are Buzzing Again at Tudor Place. Download this episode featuring Tudor Place guests - Charlotte Germane, Communications Coordinator; Virginia Velez Thaxton, Gardener; and Emma Miniscalco, Seasonal Gardener.

This #plantchat podcast is based off the live chat that takes place via Twitter on Tuesdays at 11AM/ 2PM ET. You can connect with the guest and podcast hosts through their social network channels with any questions our comments about this episode on 7/31/18.

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