All you need to know about how bees make honey. The entire process has a lot of steps and bees working together to produce a small amount.
This post describes a new concept in extreme gardening: shotgun shells filled with seeds – introducing the Flower Shell!
Guest post from Ireland by Vanessa, Spring is just around the corner and our Northern Hemisphere beekeepers are looking forward to the Irish Springtime.
This is a guest post from Frank Schuurman, who is a retired nurseryman living in West Auckland. Frank’s post is about the Australian plants currently flowering in New Zealand. These are great plants to help out the bees over winter…so get planting :D!!!
This week we bring you some photos from Thomas in Queensland of honey extraction. Great to see the Ozzie bees doing so well.
Borage – Brandon discusses the history of this great plant that bees all around the world love. If you want to help the bees have a read.
This is the first of a series of blog posts from our new Guest Blogger from Ireland; Vanessa is a landscape Gardener and is passionate about gardening and bees. This is going to be Beekeeping/Gardening News from Ireland.
Last Updated Monday, December 31, 2012I couldn’t make it to the extraction day at the Bee Club today, I had to arrange a memorial plaque for my Grandmother who died a couple of weeks back (RIP Nanna). But Rocky (our roving reporter and star of YouTube videos) kindly let us publish his photos of the[…]Read More
Learning from the “Barefoot Beekeeper”. Nicks account of the recent training he attended at Alpha Farm with Phil Chandler the famous “Barefoot Beekeeper”
A new blog post from Vanessa in Ireland, The bees are coming out of winter, how did they do over the colder months? Vanessa and her partner have also just opened a Bed and Breakfast.
This is a guest post from Frank Schuurman, who is a retired nurseryman living in West Auckland. Frank’s post is about the blue plants currently flowering in New Zealand. These are great plants to help out the bees over winter…so get planting :D!!!
Last Updated Monday, December 31, 2012One of our readers Graham, wrote us this great email regarding his New Top Bar Hives and also sent in some great photos of the girls progress. We must look at building a TBH this year. Thanks Graham for letting us publish these great photos and we love the bee[…]Read More