The honey bee population has declined by roughly a third over the past decade, in the UK alone. By providing honey bee habitats in your garden you can do your bit to help reverse this decline.
The Gardeners’ Beehive mimics a tree hollow, the natural nesting space of wild honey bees. If you’re interested in collecting honey, you can attach the honey box, which adds an extra space for bees to store honey away from the main reserves, which can then be harvested without impacting the health of the colony.
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