Do your bit save the honey bee!!
Don't use pesticides in the garden! DO YOUR BIT!! To save the honey bee.
Become a beekeeper ! BUT BEES DON'T LIVE IN BEEHIVES!! Honey bees live in tree stumps, they thrive in tree stumps, not friken beehives! Even Albert Einstein said we would all be dead in five years after the last honey bee died!
OK so try this! put a beehive in the garden and a Gardeners Beehive (this is not a beehive but a mock tree stump, ) no bees will never move into a beehive, but they will move into a GARDENERS BEEHIVE !! time and time again!! Every single time!
Bees are under threat from all sides, but the most basic thing we can all do is just give them a home! A safe place for bees to do what bees do best! Make more bees! If we let them. You can give them the opportunity , in your garden with a Gardeners Beehive.
No Time like the present! get one in now before winter! During winter! The sooner the better. Not only for you but to help save you, me and every one and every thing!
Saving HONEY BEES, by simply giving them a home. It works like a "bird-box". Real, direct and immediate action.
"Bees for Bees Sake" is my mantra.
No Beekeeper Needed
No Training Needed.
No Faffing or Stuff Needed!
All natural alternative beehive
All instructions and everything you need to get started, in one, simple, handy kit.
It's "Grow Your Own" beekeeping
A "GARDENERS BEEHIVE" requires no interaction with the bees. It's easier and more affordable than all other beekeeping systems. In fact, this is not beekeeping but rather “honey-bee-hosting”. It works like a “bird-box", but for "honey-bees." This is because it's a “MOCK-TREE-STUMP" rather than a beehive.
From over forty years of observing bees in the wild. I have designed, built and perfected, an ideal home, or as close as dammit. Using the natural habits and rhythm of honey-bees. Working with nature, rather than plundering it. Because mimicking a tree stump, which is the honey-bees’ natural habitat, is best. Here are some of the qualities they look for in nature : shape, size, smell and essentially beneficial bugs-insects and mycelium.
This then resulting in the "Gardeners’ Beehive" and the successes speak for themselves.
Sir David Attenborough reported his concern in a decline in honey bees by a third over the last five years! We must all do our bit, to help. Help by becoming a "bee-colony-host" buy a "Gardeners Beehive". No matter where you live, in a suburban new build house or in a large country estate, any outdoor space will do.
It's beekeeping for beginners and is as simple as it can gets. As simple to manage as a bird box. But the best thing of all, unlike a bird box where you don’t expect to get any eggs. With a Gardeners Beehive you can even get a little honey.
Now is the best time of the year to install. So why not get one rite now?
How cool would it be to have your own bees? In your garden!
What are you waiting for? You know you want one.
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