WHAT PLANTS OR FLOWERS CAN I PLANT THAT WILL NOT ATTRACT BEES?
Though most people love having pollinator plants in their gardens including honey bees, some gardeners with allergies need to avoid bees and bee stings. I would skip plants known for their flowers and focus on colorful foliage instead. Coleus and hostas are good example of colorful foliage plants. When they start to grow a flower spike, just snip them off. Matcha Ball Ash Leaf Spirea has wonderfully interesting leaves and grows few to no flowers. Evergreens and ornamental grasses are also good options.