Dewdrop bee biome

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£ 18.99
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Solitary bees are efficient pollinators more so than honeybees and bumblebees and as they don't live in colonies or make honey they are non-aggressive.
This Dewdrop Bee & Bug biome provides nesting tubes for solitary bees & shelter for other beneficial insects in your garden. It is made from FSC timber with a decorative woven bamboo finish around the sides of the Dewdrop.
The centre contains bamboo nesting tubes and a drilled log ideal for solitary bee nesting. It should be hung in a sheltered sunny position.
The unusual dewdrop shape of this habitat makes an attractive feature in your garden.





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10/Jun/2021
Insect heaven
I bought this earlier in the year and am thrilled to say the insects have found it and have filled in many of the holes! definitely worth buying!
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10/Mar/2021
excellent and well used bee home
We have had this hanging in a sunny spot for 2 years above an old stable wall where for several years I noticed bees buzzing around and going in and out of holes in the crumbling mortar between the bricks. Bees moved in to the new home straight away and filled all the tubes up. The next year we noticed the mud plugs disappearing one by one as the bees hatched and left. Soon new activity started as bees went in and out of the tubes until all were filled and plugged with mud again. Now we're excited to see if the whole process begins again. I think we may need more as the bee population increases. I do worry though how to keep the tubes clean.
RSPB response
It is great that the bees are enjoying their home. We suggest replacing these tubes (sold separately) rather than cleaning them. You can do this once nests have vacated in spring or in late September but be sure to remove any cocoons that are inside first.
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12/Nov/2020
Beautiful gift
I bought this as a gift and I'm honestly so impressed. It's beautiful! I think that they will love it! The packaging is great and I love that theres an assurance attached about minimising any environmental or social effects. So impressed. Thank you!
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