Tom Chambers Busy Bee House
The Tom Chambers Busy Bee House will offer your busy bees a warm, dry and safe place to nest after a hard days work pollinating countless flowers, and by providing these busy bees with a home this will help to stop the declining population of our lovely solitary bees.Read more
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The Tom Chambers Busy Bee House will offer your busy bees a warm, dry and safe place to nest after a hard days work pollinating countless flowers, and by providing these busy bees with a home this will help to stop the declining population of our lovely solitary bees.
This bee house has been crafted from eco-friendly materials including sustainably sourced FSC certified timber which is well insulated to help keep the nesting bees and insects warm throughout the year. Designed as a stacked habitat this bee house will not only give bees a comfortable place to nest but may also encourage nesting bees to breed.
Place this beautiful busy bee house in your garden by hanging from a tree branch using the nesters natural rope hanger, and site in a sheltered area which is easily accessible for bees as these insects are valuable pollinators and it is important that we all play a role in conserving our essential garden visitors.