Thanks for the reply Beth. I will plan on keeping the Goldenrod there - It actually looks really pretty in the late summer/early fall when in full bloom - and even before I started bees this spring - I would see a lot of honeybees foraging on it. I don't think I could plant anything in with it though - because it is such a fast grower and very tall - that I don't think anything else would have a chance. Wild Strawberry's, and Queen Ann's Lace currently grows with it right now - not sure if the Bees like that or not, also the Blackberry/Raspberry's grow like crazy on the edge of this plot - I see a lot of bees on those blossoms. I have about another Acre and a half that I just mow - any suggestions on some good bee plants I could plant in sections at a time to slowly fill up. We planted a Butterfly garden last year about a 20' X 12' section - and the honey bees loved it along with the hummingbirds. Some of these plants are Bee Balm, Joe Pye weed, Asters, Phlox, Russian Sage, Gay Feather, and Purple Coneflower. Now I would like to keep adding another garden every year for the Bees - any more suggestions.