Open Book Bee HouseRegular price $19.99
Customers can display this charming round book bee habitat to attract local bees every season. By mimicking natural hiding places, bee houses create safe havens where these beneficial insects might spend the winter months or lay their eggs during warmer months. Shaped as a book entitled "Bee-You-tiful Garden," this habitat features carved details that make a whimsical addition to any outdoor space. Clean out the house between seasonal use.
Butterfly Feeder & Nectar SetRegular price $22.99
Butterfly Feeder/Nectar Combo. Includes our Butterfly Feeder and Nectar.
|7.50 (D) x 3.00 (W) x 6.25 (H) inches|
Bamboo Shoot Bee HouseRegular price $19.99
In addition to the honey bee, Europe has many hundreds of different species of bees. These bees that rarely sting help fertilise plants and flowers in your garden and as such are an important part in ecological gardening. The decline in flora and nesting opportunities endangers many species of bees. This bee house provides an excellent nesting place for a variety of bee species. A female bee will use a hollow bamboo shoot to create several cells, each with an egg and some pollen and nectar for the larvae. Hang this bee house facing the southern sunny side.
Multi Specie Beehive HouseRegular price $24.99
The peaceful wild bees are among the most beneficial and helpful to pollinate the plants and flowers in your garden. This house can be hung or put on its feet and provides several types of bees with an excellent nesting ground. Each kind of wild bee prefers a certain egg-laying opening and a particular cross-section. Mason Bees for example, inhabit holes with a diameter of 3 to 7 mm (0.12” to 0.28”) while hylaeus bees prefer 2 to 4 mm (0.08” to 0.16”). A queen bee creates her egg cells in the narrow wooden cavities and then supplies the nest with pollen and nectar. The wild bees lock the cells using clay.