Proudly contribute to conserving our biodiversity by providing your solitary bees with a safe place to live and breed.
Did you know that not all bees make honey and live in a hive? There are approximately 1200 species of solitary bees in South Africa. These docile and approachable bees are very important pollinators and breed in dry wood, hollow reeds, branches and logs. Many are unable to make their own holes and rely on boring insects and humans to lend a helping hand.
The holes in these gorgeous Tutus Loco bee hotels are sized specifically to attract the various species of South African solitary bees. Setting one up in your garden and observing the daily happenings of your bee population will not only contribute to our biodiversity but also encourage your children to appreciate and learn about the small, and very critical, wonders of the world.
* Bee hotel measures 25cm in length and comes with a brass hook for hanging and an information brochure.