Create Your Own Bee Garden Bundle
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This is a bundle of Bee products that are the prefect starter set to attract bees and insects to your garden. Simply select the options that suit you best to create your perfect bundle.
Creating a wildlife garden and Wild Flowers can be a great way of attracting beneficial bees, butterflies and insects into your garden and helping them to survive. Providing a Bug Box or Insect Hotel alongside food and water will also encourage them to stay in your garden.
Bees use our bee hotels in the most wonderful way for their continued life cycle. Bees first collect pollen and deposit it in the drilled holes. When they have collected enough, the queen bee lays an egg and covers the cell with a resin layer, before starting the process again with another breeding cell. When the eggs hatch, the pollen provides food for the young bee who then works its way out and flies away.
Place the Pantelleria Bee Hotel near pollen-rich flowering plants in a sunny position. If you need inspiration check our website for our extensive collection of plants that attract bees and other pollinating insects.
The beautifully designed Tabarca insect hotel is ideal as a shelter for insects. Solitary bees, among other things, like to use an insect hotel. After collecting enough pollen into the bamboo tubes they will then lay their eggs and cover with more pollen. When the eggs hatch, the pollen forms food for the young bee and works its way out to fly out.
The National Trust Apex Insect House will make a great addition to any garden, balcony or outdoor area. It is beautifully designed and will offer shelter to a variety of insects that can be beneficial to your garden, for example Solitary bees (a non-stinging species) like to use the holes to lay their eggs in.
Insects are integral to achieving a balanced ecosystem in your garden. Species such as ladybirds and lacewings will help to control aphids, and bees deliver an essential pollination service. You can encourage a wide range of beneficial insects into your garden by providing nesting sites and refuges.
Wildlife friendly plants can provide suitable nesting sites, areas for shelter, as well as flowers which will attract beneficial bees. When creating your wildlife haven select plants and seeds based on the size of your garden and species you wish to attract.