We're curious about: BEYONDFIT

Looking for AZ.COM Buzz/Now 1000? Click here.
WAV Tracks 2016! (DJ Dee Cf Remix) DCF

Idea: honey bee plants

Welcome to     http:// majic3262 .az.com

View Full Article

AZ AZ.COM 2016 ZORGIUM: The owner of the unique content which we abstracted has a web page that our search engine cached here. For your convenience, our search engine enhancement has rendered it script and pop-up free. Proceed from our abstracted version to the owner's website in our frame page when you have determined you have further interest. We've included a hyperlink above in blue that will take you to the original fully formatted article and sources when clicked. We've also included hyperlinks to alternatives below in blue. AZ.COM AZ Zorgium provides endorsement free abstractions.

These following stats are for our tracking and internal use only:
SiteClicks: 63%, SegmentsViewed: 78%, Weight: 56%
ForwardChainedVisitors: 81%, LinkBacks: 73%, VerControl: 1.20

IDEA Alternates: volvercont gymprof1 pridegrapp sdscad rethinksur vocalpro jake0606 exbackg zx6rkaw ddeangelo1 fxdroid masbusto2 joanorr gemster101 penisguide jvcert klavier1a excelycont lppro oserchange dogsecrets bwjstreet ridtattoo alpuppen lovespells
IDEA Favorites: azstarvemaz azamericanvinaz azrgyg3az az-kettlebellburn-az carrieburrows azgesundabnehmenclubaz azdriverfindaz dasdaoderteufelskerle azchaosbulkaz azniemehrakneaz azebooketnenaz


#Beeginner Beekeeper » Feed Beeginner Beekeeper » Comments Feed

* Menu

* Home
* About
* Blog
* Plants
* Honey Bee Plants (UK) e-book
* Contact

Beeginner Beekeeper

* Navigation
+ Home
+ Privacy Policy
+ Terms Of Use
+ Thank You For Subscribing To The Beeginner Beekeeper Mini
+ About
+ Blog
+ Honey Bee Plants (UK) e-book
+ Contact

Beeginner Beekeeper

Honey Bee Plants

Many people are moved by news of honey bees' decline and they
instinctively want to help. This e-book shows gardeners and beekeepers
how they can help honey bees by providing them with an optimum diet
available for as much of the year as possible to boost their chances of
survival in an ever hostile environment.

The e-book offers the most comprehensive list of UK honey bee plants
currently available.

Buy eBook
find out more

How can I help?

You don't have to be a beekeeper to help honeybees! Potentially your
garden can provide everything they need to live - nectar, pollen,
propolis and water. Find out what they like and why, in this
fascinating book all about the synergy between honeybee and plant.

Why help bees?

Bees have been struggling. In the last 30 years the number of hives in
the UK fell by more than half and wild honeybees are thought to have
been close to extinction. Numbers of many wild bumblebee and solitary
bee species have declined alarmingly too. By creating a forage-rich,
chemical-free environment for bees we can all play a part in helping
return these noble and fascinating insects to health.


Winter bees

Winter trees I realise I've come a long way when I think back to how I
used to worry and fret about how the bees were doing in the depths of
winter. When there's no movement around the hive at all because the
temperature, even in the middle of a sunny day, is too low... Read more

When is a bee not a bee?

When is a bee not a bee? When it's a fly, a hoverfly. This mimic
might look like a honey bee but something's not quite right, it is too
shiny and it hovers. I thought it would be a simple case of
identifying which hoverfly but it turns out there are quite a few
hoverflies... Read more »

New bee hive design

The James Dyson award challenges new designers to come up with
solutions to existing problems. This innovative bee hive design has
taken natural beekeeping principles on board, as the designer puts it:
"Helping reestablish a connection between humans and honeybees based on
more than just honey." I like the material, cork, the shape and the...
Read more »

The in-hive pharmacy

I've written before on the virtues of leaving your honey bees to over
winter on their own honey stores rather than feeding them sugar and now
there is mounting scientific evidence to support the view. Recent
studies by a team from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenburg,
Germany¹ found that nurse bees select different honey according to...
Read more »

A new visitor on oil seed rape

Wandering through a field of rape the other day I was expecting to see
lots of honey bees. It was a bit windy and chilly but the sun was
out. However I saw not a single bee just a veil of black flies
sliding up and down invisible poles, not unlike Mayflies. I had
never... Read more »

Search the site

Search for: ____________________ Search

Honey Bee Plants (UK)

Honey Bee Plants eBook-

Buy the e-Book Now
for only £3.99 plus VAT

FREE Mini-Course

Send me the course now!

Honey Bee Plants database

Buy the database
for only £2.00 plus VAT

Latest Post

* Winter bees


+ Bee health
+ Bee hives
+ Beekeeping courses
+ Bees
+ Feeding
+ Glossary of terms
+ Local groups
+ My bees
+ Natural beekeeping
+ Protective equipment
+ Best forage - Flowers
+ Best forage - Shrubs
+ Best forage - Trees
+ Best forage - Wild flowers
+ Pollen guides


* Natural Beekeeping Trust
* Simple bees
* The Bee Photographer
* Hampshire Natural Beekeepers' Group
* Surrey Natural Beekeepers
* ispot
* UNEP - Paper on threats to honey bees and other pollinators
* The Art of Log Hive Making
* Are plants sold as 'bee friendly' truly friendly?

LINKS - In The News

* Microscopic image of honey bee - spooky
* Bee seen first time since 1946
* Bee research tainted by corporate funding
* Ray Mears' Wilderness Walks
* Are bees getting hooked on nicotine?
* Neonicotinoid damages wild bees - Swedish study finds
* Bee thefts
* Hornet trap with prawns!
* Neonics affecting pollination of tomatoes
* Are plants sold as 'bee friendly' truly friendly?

Other sites we like

* ispot

© 2018 Beeginner Beekeeper.

Show Buttons-
Hide Buttons-

End of Abstract

View Full Article

Find other ZORGIUM pages using AZ.COM:

Enter your search keyword(s) into the search input field of http://az.com
The zorgium specific results appear in the right hand margin.

Find other ZORGIUM pages using your favorite search engine:

Enter your search keyword(s) and the keyword "zorgium" into the search input field of http://bing.com, http://yahoo.com or http://google.com.

ZORGIUM note to content providers: If you don't want your page to appear in Zorgium's search abstraction then put an exclusion for "Zorgium" in your web server's robots.txt file.

DISCLAIMER: Zorgium is a free world-wide-web engine from AZ.COM. You may use it, but by doing so you agree that your use of other people's information discovered via our website is entirely your responsibility. Enjoy!