Interactive Solitary Bee Hive
A beautifully crafted bee 'hive' specially designed for solitary bees. An opening lid allows you to see what's going on inside.
- Unique design enabling safe and non-intrusive viewing
- Overall dimensions: 21cm x 18cm x 15.5cm
- Made from FSC timber and perspex
As a fledgling business founded on the principles of friendliness, dependability and simplicity, we aim to deal with your order gracefully and efficiently so that you can devote your time to more important things.
Our aim is to process your order within 24 hours of receipt and we expect it to arrive within 3-5 working days under normal circumstances.
Deliveries cost £3 for small, slim items that will slip into an envelope.
Most other deliveries cost £6 for any number of items, so don’t hold back!
Where age verification is required, a special service costing £10 is what we use to keep us all safe and sound.
Deliveries to far-flung UK locations may incur an additional charge.
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Always a friend to the gardener, solitary bees are not only safe but beneficial for the pollination of flowers, fruit and vegetables. The hole sizes of this habitat have been designed to attract non-swarming bees like the red mason bee and leafcutter bee. They are friendly, industrious and safe around children and pets.
Fascinating and great for education, the roof section flips up to reveal a perspex-covered tray, allowing frequent, easy monitoring of bee nesting activity and larvae development. After bee activity has ceased in autumn, you can also carefully separate the beehive trays to view the formation of small cells where the eggs are laid.
Site in a sunny position facing south or south-east to catch the morning sun, mounting between ground level and 1.5m. You can protect full bee tubes with mesh to prevent predation by woodpeckers.