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Category Archives: bees

Make your own Bee and Bug Home

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This is a great project for you and the children in the summer holidays. A bug home or bee nest…

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Bumblebees in your Garden

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Bumblebee action starts in March when the first queen bees venture out from hibernation. They have spent months living on…

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How to benefit the busiest of Bees!

Bees on a purple flower.

A few Wiggly tips and tricks, to help our buzzy-buddies: – We sell Plug Mixes of plants that bees will…

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The Plight Of The Pollinators

Bees on a purple flower.

The recent Horizon programme “What’s Killing Our Bees” shown on BBC2  and available on BBC iplayer for a few weeks…

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Interested in Bees, Honey, Beer, Orchids, Compost, Worms and all things Wiggly?

Bee on Inula Hooker flower.

Looking for something to do over the weekend? Interested in Bees, Honey, Beer, Orchids, Compost, Worms and all things Wiggly?…

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Sunflower Stats

Scientific name Helianthus comes from Helios meaning sun and Anthos meaning flower.Used in China as a symbol of longevity.Nothing is…

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The Decline of the Bee

Following on from the Wiggly Wigglers Podcast team’s (Podcast 133) concerns over the decline of bees, I thought some bee…

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