Bee Palace

beepalace gallery

The beepalace is an ideal accessory for many different gardens and a unique gift idea.

beepalaces come in a variety of colours and can easily be fixed to a wall or a fence to make your garden look more colourful as well as providing a nesting space for solitary bees.
 
A solitary bee is one of the essential pollinators to ensure we have chives to use in our salads. One third of the food we eat requires pollination.
 
Beautiful blue geraniums require pollination in order to make gardens more attractive.
 
beepalaces come in a variety of colours and can easily be fixed to a wall or a fence to make your garden look more colourful as well as providing a nesting space for solitary bees.
Mason bees create their nest in a cream beeplace.
 
A green beepalace in profile showing the nesting tubes. beepalaces make gardens colorful.
 
beepalaces come in a variety of colours and can easily be fixed to a wall or a fence to make your garden look more colourful as well as providing a nesting space for soitary bees.
 
A leafcutter bee makes its nest next to some mason bee nests in a yellow beepalace.
beepalaces in ochre, sage, blue and lime on a brick wall.
 
The blossom from a plum cherry tree in early Spring. Most fruit requires pollinating.
 
beepalace in blue with nesting bees.
 
beepalces in cream, blue, green and yellow on a brick wall - note nesting activity in cream beepalace
Stop me and buy a beepalace
 
A blue beepalace. beepalaces make gardens colorful.
 
beepalaces on display at a fair in Hampshire.
 
A bee pollinates a bright yellow sunflower.
By growing plants, flowers, fruit trees and vegetables that require pollinating you will attract other essential pollinators to your garden.
 
beepalaces on display at a fair in West Sussex.
 
A lime beepalace. beepalaces make gardens colorful.
 
New beepalaces have arrived in time for Spring.
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