Did you know there are up to bees living and working in every bee hive? That is a lot of honey! Learn how you can become a backyard beekeeper and reap the benefits of having these friends buzzing around.
The Vermeer Garden in Chelsea, London, U. designed by Andy Sturgeon - Trachelospermum jasminoides in full flower (an evergreen and scented climbers which obligingly only protrudes about 30 cm from its support)
Do you know bees are incredibly vital for food production? This infographic, courtesy of Any Pest, looks at why bees are important, what will happen if they become extinct and how we can help save them.
A great addition to your garden or back yard. Bees need water just like we do but often times drown in open water. To make a bee watering station you can either do what is shown in the photo above and fill the bowl of a.
Honeybees on comb filled with nectar. The nectar gathered from flowers is watery so once bees fill up the combs they then fan their wings to evaporate the excess water. The honey gets thick and the bees know when it's cured so that they can cap it.
With Colony Collapse Disorder consistently chipping away at our global honeybee population, the art of beekeeping has become more important than ever. This DIY guide to starting your own beehive should get you up and running for Spring honey.