|These beans didn't need bees.|
Bees are needed to pollinate squash, cucumber and melons. These plants form both male and female flowers. Humans can intervene by transferring the pollen from the male flowers to the female flowers. For more information, visit www.growgreatvegetables.com/plantinggrowing/pollination.html
There are vegetables that don't need bees or other insect pollinators, such as peas, okra and most beans. There are also plants that can be pollinated with help from the wind, such as tomatoes, peppers, kale and corn.
For more information, visit www.hortmag.com/plants/fruits-veggies/vegetable-crops-that-do-not-need-pollinators.