The pollinating bee log from Wildlife World is designed to encourage solitary bees to visit your garden and lay eggs. Solitary bees are non-aggressive and non-swarming, and they provide a great service by pollinating the flowers in our garden. It’s safe to entice them into gardens around pets and children as they do not work as a communal swarm.
Made from an FSC certified timber log with natural bark and filled natural drilled canes where the bees can lay their eggs. The natural bark provides good insulation for the developing larvae inside the tubes meaning the log does not need to be brought inside during colder months.
The log comes with a natural sea grass hanging rope and should be hung on a wall, ideally between ground level and 1.5m. Choose a sunny position which preferably gets some morning sun, and try to hang the log against something firm and upright to prevent it swinging in mid-air. As this is a natural product, the appearance may vary due to seasonal availability or environmental factors.
H16 x W19 x L16cm
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About Wildlife World
Wildlife World are designers and award-winning manufacturers of unique wildlife products such as the bat box and the hedgehog house. Wildlife World are passionate about protecting and conserving our wildlife and believe that identifying, understanding and providing for key species can contribute to conserving them for future generations.
Wildlife World have been making products with an environmental basis for over 10 years. Their products are made from FSC certified timber or reclaimed timber and are finished with waterbased paints, making them good news for the environment, for us, for the people who make them and of course, for all the wildlife.
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