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Creating a Bee Friendly Garden

Creating a Bee-Friendly Garden

The buzzing of bees welcomes the beginning of warmer days and lighter nights. You’ve no doubt heard these flying insects bumbling around your garden during the spring and summer months, but what exactly do they look like? Well, let’s have a closer look…

Creating a bee friendly garden

Creating a Bee-Friendly Garden

Bees need our help! The number of bees in the wild is dropping due to habitat loss, harmful chemicals and climate change – as the planet gets warmer, plants bloom earlier and get missed by pollinating bees. For this reason, it’s more important than ever to look after our buzzy buddies. We can all do our bit by planting some bee-friendly flowers and spreading the word!

Plant some bee-friendly flowers!


Bees are one of the most important pollinators in the world. Why not do your bit to help the bee population by encouraging them to your garden? You can do this planting some bee-friendly flowers in a variety of colours. Not only will they attract bees and other wildlife, but they’ll also leave your garden looking absolutely bee-autiful!

Bake yummy honey biscuits!

Bake yummy honey biscuits!

There are so many ways to enjoy the delicious honey that bees work hard to make. We can drizzle it on toast, pancakes, cereal, and even add it to tea. It’s also perfect to bake with, adding sugary sweetness to any recipe! Today, we’re going to have a go at baking some biscuits using this magical ingredient…

Bee Factsheet


Learn even more about buzzing bees with fun facts you can share with family and friends!