There are plants that attract bees, even in difficult gardening conditions.
And certainly, some people really do have gardens that are a challenge! Clay soil, drought and shade (not to mention combinations of any of these) may seem like impossible gardening scenarios – yet even here it is possible to accommodate a few plants that attract bees.
Rather than attempting to ‘solve a problem’ by changing your conditions, I tend to think it is better to work with nature. If nature can create certain conditions of soil, weather or light, it will have created life that can thrive in that habitat!
Why not take a look at these links about gardening in problem places, according to which best describes your situation:
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