Learn how to revive a bee safely using our Bee Revival Kit or by creating a simple sugar and water mix at home.
Simply mix a ½ sugar-water solution and place it near the thirsty bee so it can drink if it needs. This sugary drink will give your tired companion the energy it needs to get back to its hive or nest.
- They make our food. One out of every three mouthfuls of our food depends on pollinators.
- They help our environment. 70% of our wild plants are pollinated by bees and other pollinator species.
- They’re a big business. Bees and other pollinators are worth £691m a year in terms of the value of crops they pollinate.
Seed Paper is included as part of the packaging for your Bee Revival Kit. Your seed paper contains daisy, poppy, and forget-me-not seeds, which all produce nice pollen-rich flowers, popular plants with pollinators, especially bees.
Looking for the perfect bee gift? Our bee revival products are always a welcome surprise at any celebration. As ingenious as it is thoughtful, you can be sure your gift will stand out from the crowd. An environmentally conscious purchase with a clear goal to help struggling bee populations.
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Read about bees on our blog where you can find lots of useful facts and resources including how to create a bee-friendly garden and support solitary bees.
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