Royal Horticultural Society selling plants hailed as 'perfect' for bees are found to carry traces of pesticides harmful to insects

Mail Online | 5/10/2018 | Daily Mail Reporter
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Plants sold by the Royal Horticultural Society as ‘perfect’ for bees have been found to carry traces of pesticides harmful to insects.

The gardening society unveiled a ‘perfect for pollinators’ logo in 2011 to encourage gardeners to buy more flowering plants in the hope of tackling a decline in bees.

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