The Bee Cell and Seedbom bee lovers gift bundle is designed to bring a big happy smile to the face of any bee lover in your life this Christmas, and beyond!
A trio of Bee Cells, one in each beautiful colour, combined with a thoughtful Seedbom bee-friendly seed grenade will create the kind of habitat our solitary bees will be delighted by and should bring many hours of pleasure to any nature lover.
The Bee Cell and Seedbom Bee Bundle comes with 3 bee cells, one each in white, charcoal and yellow, and a Kabloom Seedbom pollinator seed grenade.
You have the option to have your bee bundle order gift wrapped, when you add to cart a pop-up option will ask you if you'd like your order wrapped, all products in the bundle would then be wrapped together for you in our simple brown paper, recycled wrap.
Bee Cell solitary bee houses are designed and made by Green&Blue in the UK. Seedbom bee-friendly seeds created and packaged in Scotland.
The Bee Cell is designed and made in Cornwall by Green&Blue. Made from concrete, using up to 75% recycled material from the Cornish China clay industry.
Seedboms are designed and made in Scotland, seed collections in organic peat-free compost, packaged in a recycled paper shell.
Bee Cells x 3 are 28mm diameter and 150mm length.
Seedboms are 50x50x80mm.
Bee Cells 0.8 kg (unpackaged)
The Bee Cells™ should be positioned in a warm sunny spot, south facing, with no vegetation in front of the fascias. Ideally placed at least 1 metre from the ground with no upward limit.
Seedboms comes with full instructions for growing.
Bee Cells™ are solid at the back and have a single moulded cavity where the bees will lay their eggs, sealing the entrance with mud or chewed up vegetation. Offspring emerge in the Spring and begin the process of nesting again, repeating the cycle.
Solitary bees are facing a dramatic decline in numbers due to disease, an increase in chemical use and habitat loss. Pollinators account for 1/3 of the food we eat and are a vital part of our environment. The Bee Cell™ can be used in urban spaces and places where there may not be alternative nesting sites for bees, either built into a wall or building or simply stood alone in a garden or allotment. Solitary bees are harmless and will not sting you unless you handle them roughly, even then their stings are not painful, meaning they are safe to encourage around pets and children.