Bees are an important part of our gardens especially in their role in pollination, producing honey and making beeswax. If you are looking for a Bee hive then we have all you need to maintain your black and yellow striped visitors or if you are wanting to encourage them into your garden look at our wide selection of hotels and feeders. We have pollinator houses and even the children can join in with beehives and identification, using specially designed bug boxes and towers, with their magnifying glasses, we can provide endless amounts of bug hunting and fun! From lady bird attractant to butterfly feeding stations we have all you need to make your garden a wildlife haven which will encourage a wide variety of bees and insects into your garden whatever your age!
The BFE Butterfly & Bee Nectar Feeding Station is a colourful and attractive nectar feeding station for butterflies and bees in the garden.
The central feeding sponge can be charged with Wildlife World Butterfly Food mix or it can be soaked in a sugar/water solution to encourage colourful butterflies to the feed station and to help increase survival rates.
The BFE feeding station also features a landing platform with additional feeding cups to offer an additional feeding area.
Our Dewdrop Bee & Bug hotel provides nesting tubes for solitary bees & shelter for other beneficial insects in your garden. Solitary bees are wonderful pollinators of fruit, veg and flowers in your garden and as they don't live in colonies or make honey they are non-aggressive and safe around pets and children.
Our multi-species Dewdrop Insect hotel provides safe haven for butterflies, moths and other insects in your garden. Invertebrates of all kinds form the basis of a healthy ecosystem, so they are to be encouraged whole-heartedly in our gardens. The rear of the Dewdop Insect house may be opened so that some twigs or straw can be added to assist roosting.
The MBB2 is one of a collection of real, functioning wildlife habitats specifically designed for children and to attract beneficial insects to the garden for learning, study, or simply for the benefits of plant pollination and pest control.
A mini version of the large Ladybird Tower (LBT), it is constructed from solid FSC birch logs and oak, larch, or similar timber for durability.
It has a hollow central chamber that is filled with natural material to provide insulation and security plus holes drilled into the log at an upward angle, which allow the insects to reach the insulated and safe inner chamber.
Designed to attract the solitary bees, a friendly species that do not swarm and are safe around people and pets.
Providing missing garden habitat in a hive that allows you to see the workings of these fascinating insects. The bees are naturally attracted to holes in wood and the Wildlife World solitary beehive provides habitat that has become harder to find in modern gardens.