Winter-blooming plants help bees over winter in your yard

Winter and early spring are lean times for honeybees as they emerge from their hives, where food supplies are dwindling, to forage. Adding clusters of winter-blooming plants around the yard will give them much needed nourishment.
Bees take in carbohydrates from floral nectar and protein from floral pollen. Being aware of bloom times and providing flowers that overlap the seasons are important for beekeepers who want to successfully overwinter their colonies.
Some bees, including many wild varieties, begin searching for food when sunny days push temperatures up to 55 degrees Fahrenheit or more. …read more

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Coldwell Banker is Home To: Just One More

One more phone call. One extra mile. One more opportunity to lend a helping hand. Here is the story of a Coldwell Banker Brand Ambassador who always makes time for “just one more”.

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Coldwell Banker is Home To: No Limits

Dreamers and do’ers. Coldwell Banker is home to over 80,000 professionals with inspirational stories and a commitment to community and the idea of home. Here’s a look at the first installment of our ‘Coldwell Banker is Home To’ series.

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Speedy Home Sales: Top 5 Things Buyers Were Looking for in 2017

Are you curious to know what it takes for your community to see speedy home sales in 2018? In order to determine what makes home sales happen quickly, take a look at what buyers were looking for these past 12 months.

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