Bee Hotel - Yellow Shaped Beehive
Bee Hotel - Yellow Shaped Beehive
Bee Hotel - Yellow Shaped Beehive
Bee Hotel - Yellow Shaped Beehive
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Bee Hotel - Yellow Shaped Beehive

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This charming yellow beehive-shaped bee house will make a cheerful addition to any garden. Bee houses are a great way to introduce children to the tiny, buzzing beasts and allow these important pollinators to thrive - help save the bees and other insects with this bee hotel!

Bee houses are great a variety of solitary bees, including red mason bees and leafcutter bees. Around 275 bee species live in Britain, including just one honeybee and 27 bumblebee species. The vast majority are solitary bees. Solitary bees form an integral part of pollination networks and therefore we must all do our bit to protect and conserve these vital species, having a bee hotel in your garden will help them along their way!

Forest Stewardship Council-approved and sourced from well-managed forests certified by the FSC.

Made from Bamboo and MDF.

Dimensions: H22cm x W24cm x D10cm

Where you put your bee hotel affects the chances of it being used. It is important to position your bee hotel in a sunny location, where it will warm up quickly in the morning. This is particularly important to prevent overwintering insects freezing.

Place the hotel where the tube entrances will be sheltered from heavy rain, but make sure they're not hidden by vegetation. A south-east orientation will tend to give the best balance of Sun exposure and shelter from driving rain.

If you find that bees don't use your hotel, try a different location and consider whether you could add more of the flowers that the solitary bees need. It's worth waiting a year, but if you don't see any plugged tubes by October, try moving the hotel in time for the following spring.