Sunday, May 21, 2017

Bee garden update

Our bee-friendly-garden and bee-education-shed, developed in conjunction with Grow Wild and Kew Gardens, have recently come on in leaps and bounds. Most importantly, the observation hive inside the shed has been populated with Cornish black bees, who are now flying in and out of the back of the shed foraging for nectar across the farm and surrounding area.
Inside the bee education shed.

Cowslip blooming in the bee garden.

Planting the tiered herb hexagon.

The shed's living roof planted with a range of wildflowers.

Lena, Bodhi, Joan and Ben working in the bee garden.
Teesh and Martin laying substrate for the liviung roof.

Willow and Ian planting the rockery.

The bee-dipping pond.

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