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Chapelwood Rustic FSC Bee Box

This Chapelwood FSC Bee Box with a beautiful rustic finish has been specially designed to provide a safe habitat for bees. The tubes are just the right size for masonry or leaf cutter bees. These bees do not swarm so there would only be a few of them using the box. The bees lay an egg in a tube, put balls of pollen with it and then stop up the end of the tube with leaves or mud and in the spring the young adult eats its way out and the cycle starts over.

Do not be surprised if other garden insects use this box at the same time. Ladybirds in particular may happily use the bottom half of the box. They provide a wonderful, natural garden pest removal service by helping to get rid of aphids and other unwanted bugs.

  • Strong, durable construction
  • Key style hanging mechanism

    This bee box is made from FSC wood, so you are ensured it comes from well-managed forests, sustaining not only the environment but also its local population. It offers excellent insulation properties and naturally resists water damage, warping and rotting.

    Dimensions: 16 x 18 x 24cm high

  • BUY NOW: £12.99
     

    Bamboo Bee House

    Help save our bees with this fabulous, natural Bamboo Bee House! Bees are gentle creatures that pollinate flowers and should be every gardener's friend. Now you can return the favour and encourage our little friends to your garden. It is a terrific environmentally home framed in wood with a metal roof that is perfect for bees and other garden insects and can be easily hung from a tree using the chain provided.

    To attract bees, simply hang from a tree facing the morning sun. Some of the larger tubes are just the right size for masonry or leaf cutter bees. These bees do not swarm so there would only be a few of them using the box. The bees lay an egg in a tube, put balls of pollen with it and then stop up the end of the tube with leaves or mud and in the spring the young adult eats its way out and the cycle starts over.

    Other insects such as ladybirds will also happily use the smaller tubes in this habitat. Ladybirds, in particular, provide a wonderful, natural garden pest removal service by helping to get rid of aphids and other unwanted bugs.

    Dimensions: W12 x D15 x H21cm

    ORDER TODAY TO SAVE 41% OFF RRP £14.30
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    Bee Friendly Wasp Trap

    Bees are gentle creatures that pollinate flowers and should be every gardener’s friend. This traditional blown glass trap kills wasps without harming our bumbling pals. Just fill with beer - or any sugary drink - and hang. Bees are unable to fly directly upwards and so won’t get trapped.15cm dia. x 20cm
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    Spring Bulbs - Tequila Sunrise Collection 10 Bulbs

    A vivid splash of orange to brighten up your outdoors, this Tequlia Sunrise Collection comprises Begonia Aztec Gold, Lily Ladylike and Crocosmia Emily Mackenzie. Fabulous pot, basket and container plants, they also make a great cut flower arrangements.

    • Bee friendly

    Type: Hardy Perennial
    Flowering period: All summer long

    Collection comprises:
    Begonia Aztec Gold: attractive hanging yellow and orange flowers
    Lily Ladylike: large, upward-facing, pink flowers with wide, yellow-orange throats
    Crocosmia Emily Mackenzie: beautiful flowers in a burnt orange colour with contrasting mahogany eyes

    Plant from March onwards, 23-30cm apart in any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material and in sunny sites away from strong winds. For early flowering, they may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When danger of frost has passed, plant out. If used as a cut flower, cut flowers only when completely developed.

    Quantity: Mixed pack of 10 bulbs

    BUY NOW: £4.99
     

    FSC Solitary Bee Hive

    This bee hive is an interactive box with individual trays for inspection and easy cleaning. Bees are excellent for pollinating in the garden, and can help to increase fruit yields. The product is made from solid timber top to bottom which makes the roof, floor and individual nesting trays durable. The wooden nesting trays are held in place with two stainless steel bolts. The solid timber construction gives gives this product good strength and means it can be kept out all winter. Comes complete with a laminated Bee Guide.

    Constructed from FSC supplied wood, this is a very environmentally friendly product all round. Approx 18x16x20cm high. Weight 1.5kg
    ORDER TODAY TO SAVE 17% OFF RRP £26.56
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    Spring Bulbs - Pina Colada Collection 12 Bulbs

    Brighten up your garden with gorgeous yellow shades from the Pina Colada Collection which comprises Dahlia Lolo Love, Ixia Gold and Begonia Feathered Sun. Fabulous pot and container plants, they also make a great cut flower arrangements.

    Type: Hardy Perennial
    Flowering period: All summer long

    Collection comprises:
    Dahlia Lolo Love: fabulous lemon yellow flowers with fine red edges above dark foliage
    Ixia Gold: striking gold star shaped flowers in groups on thin flower stalks
    Begonia Feathered Sun: exotic yellow flowers with ruffled orange edges

    Plant from March onwards, 23-30cm apart in any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material and in sunny sites away from strong winds. For early flowering, they may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When danger of frost has passed, plant out. If used as a cut flower, cut flowers only when completely developed.

    Quantity: Mixed pack of 12 bulbs

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    Spring Bulbs - Strawberry Daiquiri Collection 8 Bulbs

    Pretty pinks for your outdoors, the Strawberry Daiquiri Collection comprises Dahlia Pretty Woman, Begonia Blushing Star and Habranthus robusta. Fabulous pot and container plants, they also make a great cut flower arrangements.

    • Bee friendly

    Type: Hardy Perennial
    Flowering period: All summer long

    Collection comprises:
    Dahlia Pretty Woman: lavender-pink blooms are offset wonderfully against dark foliage
    Begonia Blushing Star: soft pink, fully-petalled flowers above lustrous green foliage.
    Habranthus robusta: attractive pale pink blooms that resemble resemble small amaryllis flowers

    Plant from March onwards, 23-30cm apart in any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material and in sunny sites away from strong winds. For early flowering, they may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When danger of frost has passed, plant out. If used as a cut flower, cut flowers only when completely developed.

    Quantity: Mixed pack of 8 bulbs

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    Ceramic Bumble Bee Nester

    Help declining bee populations with this Ceramic Bumble Bee Nester, which also handily offers a nest site to small birds. Every spring, nest boxes put up for small birds are regularly used by nesting bumble bees and so this nester has been specially designed to cater for both birds and bees.

    The ceramic dome provides an attractive and functioning nester which can either be installed for birds and bees on a tree, side of a building or similar, with the bracket provided, or can be installed at ground level for pollinating bumble bees.

    Manufactured from high-fired and glazed clay, making it naturally frost and weather resistant, it features an arched entrance as well the raised plug in the central part of the base in order to keep the interior floor perfectly dry. It is beautiful in appearance and would make an ideal gift for any gardener or wildlife lover.

    As a bee nester, it can be used from February onwards and is best located low to the ground in a sheltered position in dappled sunlight, such as under a hedgerow or adjacent to a wall line. The bees may start using it straightaway or they may lay down their scent on the bedding this year and start using it next year. It is important not to clean out the nester during the first year to ensure that the bees scent is not lost.

    Dimensions:
    W19.5 x D18 x H19.5cm
    Weight: 1.97kg

    BUY NOW: £33.99
     

    Bee and Insect House - Green

    This attractive Bee and Insect House can be placed freestanding on a tabletop or you could attach it to a wall or tree. Manufactured from green powder coated metal with bamboo tubes, it will provide a safe shelter for bees and other insects whilst adding a lovely feature to your garden.

    Some of the larger tubes are just the right size for masonry or leaf cutter bees. These bees do not swarm so there would only be a few of them using the box. The bees lay an egg in a tube, put balls of pollen with it and then stop up the end of the tube with leaves or mud and in the spring the young adult eats its way out and the cycle starts over.

    Other insects such as ladybirds will also happily use the smaller tubes in this habitat. Ladybirds, in particular, provide a wonderful, natural garden pest removal service by helping to get rid of aphids and other unwanted bugs.

    Dimensions: W17 x D10.5 x H17cm

    BUY NOW: £11.99
     

    Thompson & Morgan Lavatera Barnsley Baby


    Absolutely perfect for small gardens and patio containers, Thompson & Morgan Lavatera Barnsley Baby has a well branched habit with racemes of saucer-shaped, soft pink blooms. It makes a stunning focal point wherever you place it and will certainly draw many compliments, as well as bees and butterflies!  


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    Make Your Own Insect House

    Create a home for bees, ladybirds and insects with this Make Your Own Insect House! It could be a great project for your child, who could also learn about insects in your garden at the same time. Once made, you can paint it, or woodstain it, in the colour of your choice. It is a lovely structure that can be freestanding or you could attach it to a wall or tree, the choice is yours.

    Some of the larger tubes are just the right size for masonry or leaf cutter bees. These bees do not swarm so there would only be a few of them using the box. The bees lay an egg in a tube, put balls of pollen with it and then stop up the end of the tube with leaves or mud and in the spring the young adult eats its way out and the cycle starts over.

    Other insects such as ladybirds will also happily use the smaller tubes in this habitat. Ladybirds, in particular, provide a wonderful, natural garden pest removal service by helping to get rid of aphids and other unwanted bugs.

    This easy to assemble kit comes in a tin made from recyclable steel and contains a wooden kit with glue, bamboo tubes and even has decorative ladybirds. It would make a great gift for anyone interested in insects.

  • CE certified
  • Not suitable for very young children

    Dimensions: approx. W10 x D7.8 x H11cm

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    FSC Butterfly and Bee Nectar Feeding Station

    The Butterfly and Bee Nectar Feeding Station is made from FSC timber and helps to attract and feed butterflies - it can also help early pollinating bees survive. The sheltered sponge feeder can be charged with a sugar/water solution, or alternatively, food or attractant to encourage butterflies and help their survival rates. The sponge can be easily removed for cleaning. It is best to position this near scented or attractive plants in a sheltered position, on a wall, fence or post and preferably so it catches the morning sun.
    120 x 85 x 190cm high.
    BUY NOW: £5.99
     

    Bee and Insect House - Cream

    This attractive Bee and Insect House can be placed freestanding on a tabletop or you could attach it to a wall or tree. Manufactured from cream powder coated metal with bamboo tubes, it will provide a safe shelter for bees and other insects whilst adding a lovely feature to your garden.

    Some of the larger tubes are just the right size for masonry or leaf cutter bees. These bees do not swarm so there would only be a few of them using the box. The bees lay an egg in a tube, put balls of pollen with it and then stop up the end of the tube with leaves or mud and in the spring the young adult eats its way out and the cycle starts over.

    Other insects such as ladybirds will also happily use the smaller tubes in this habitat. Ladybirds, in particular, provide a wonderful, natural garden pest removal service by helping to get rid of aphids and other unwanted bugs.

    Dimensions: W17 x D10.5 x H17cm

    BUY NOW: £11.99
     

    Thompson & Morgan Gaillardia Arizona Sun


    Add some glorious fiery shades to your garden with Thompson & Morgan Gaillardia Arizona Sun! These glorious Blanket Flowers produce a fabulous constant display of large flower heads in fiery shades of orange, yellow and red to provide you with a blaze of summertime colour that thrives, whatever the weather! 


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    Thompson & Morgan 3 Types Lavender Collection


    Add fragrance and beauty to your garden with this fabulous Thompson & Morgan Lavender Collection! Comprising Lavender Hidcote, Lavender Munstead and Lavender Ellagance Sky, these fragrant English Lavenders are highly attractive to bees, and excellent for cutting and drying. They are just perfect for fragrant patio containers or why not try growing lavender as a low hedge, or path edging, where the perfume can be appreciated as you brush past the aromatic evergreen foliage.


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    Thompson & Morgan Buddleja Buzz Collection


    Astounding patio buddlejas! This fragrant Thompson & Morgan Buddleja Buzz Collection contains a fabulous combination of Buddleja Buzz Indigo, Buddleja Buzz Sky Blue, Buddleja Buzz Magenta and Buddleja Buzz Ivory to provide you with a super long-lasting and showy, very long summer display.  They are a great purchase to brighten up your garden or patio and, better still, these dwarf shrubs are easy to grow as well as problem-free.


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    Spring Bulbs - Summer Collection 20 Bulbs

    Add a spectacular mix of colours to your garden with this Summer Bulb Collection! It comprises Crocosmia Lucifer, Canna Lucifer, Dahlia Sylvia and Gladioli Africa and is sure to brighten up your summer. York. Great border or bedding plants, they are also ideal for containers and make a great cut flower arrangement.

    • Bee friendly

    Type: Hardy Perennial
    Flowering period: All summer long

    Collection comprises:
    Crocosmia Lucifer: tall, arching spikes of funnel-shaped, vivid, flame-red blossoms with green sword-shaped leaves
    Canna Lucifer: tall, attractive red flowers with yellow edges and green leaves
    Dahlia Sylvia: beautifully formed ball dahlia with flowers of warm mid-orange colours
    Gladioli Africa: tall, striking orange-red flowers make a graceful addition to borders

    Plant from March onwards, 23-30cm apart in any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material and in sunny sites away from strong winds. For early flowering, they may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When danger of frost has passed, plant out. If used as a cut flower, cut flowers only when completely developed.

    Quantity: Mixed pack of 20 bulbs

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    Spring Bulbs - Dahlia Bishops Collection 4 Tubers

    Brighten up your borders or patio with this colourful Dahlia Bishops Collection that comprises Bishop of Canterbury, Bishop of Leicester, Bishop of Llandaff and Bishop of York. Great border or bedding plants, they are also ideal for containers and make a great cut flower arrangement.

    • Bee friendly

    Type: Hardy Perennial
    Flowering period: All summer long

    Collection comprises:
    Bishop of Canterbury: a gorgeous combination of dark foliage and rich plum-magenta flowers
    Bishop of Leicester: large, pale pink flowers with dark purple-bronze foliage
    Bishop of Llandaff: fabulous scarlet flowers with dark aubergine-coloured, almost black, foliage
    Bishop of York: great combination warm orange-yellow flowers with dark foliage

    Plant from March onwards, 23-30cm apart in any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material and in sunny sites away from strong winds. For early flowering, they may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When danger of frost has passed, plant out. If used as a cut flower, cut flowers only when completely developed.

    Quantity: 4 Tubers

    BUY NOW: £7.99
     

    Thoughtful Gardener Bee House

    This Bee House from the Thoughtful Gardener collection by Wild and Wolf is an environmentally friendly home for bees and other garden insects. The quote on the side reads "house for bees". This attractive Bee and Insect House can be placed freestanding on a tabletop or you could attach it to a wall or tree.

    To attract bees, simply place against a wall or hang from a tree facing the morning sun. Some of the larger tubes are just the right size for masonry or leaf cutter bees. These bees do not swarm so there would only be a few of them using the box. The bees lay an egg in a tube, put balls of pollen with it and then stop up the end of the tube with leaves or mud and in the spring the young adult eats its way out and the cycle starts over.

    Other insects such as ladybirds will also happily use the smaller tubes in this habitat. Ladybirds, in particular, provide a wonderful, natural garden pest removal service by helping to get rid of aphids and other unwanted bugs.

    Dimensions: W19 x D12.7 x H12.7cm

    ORDER TODAY TO SAVE 19% OFF RRP £15.95
    BUY NOW: £12.99
     

    Chapelwood Bamboo Bee Log

    A wonderful way to attract bees to your garden! This Chapelwood Bamboo Bee Log provides a great habitat for masonry or leaf cutter bees. These bees do not swarm so there would only be a few of them using the log. The bees lay an egg in a tube, put balls of pollen with it and then stop up the end of the tube with leaves or mud and in the spring the young adult eats its way out and the cycle starts over.

    Please ensure that you site this bee log in a dry, sheltered location as winter wet, not cold, is their enemy.

    Dimensions: 22 x 8 x 8cm high

    ORDER TODAY TO SAVE 18% OFF RRP £9.99
    BUY NOW: £8.19
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