Growing plants for all pollinators is crucial, and honey bees are one of the many insects that will benefit. But that’s not the only thing you can do to help. By providing honey bee habitats in your garden you can give these important pollinators an extra helping hand.
The Gardeners’ Beehive mimics a tree hollow, the natural nesting space of wild honey bees. Honey bee numbers have declined partly due to lack of suitable accommodation, so the Gardeners’ Beehive helps provide a home to honey bees. They can take, on average, between two weeks and two years to move in, so be patient!
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