Dear consumers, gardeners, school kids, teachers, parents and friends of the bees.... I want to say thank you so much, for choosing and supporting both me and other beekeepers each time you choose to either buy local or 100% Australian honey, beeswax, beeswrap, candles and others.. . But also thanks you for planting bee food,letting our kids enjoying the sight of a bee and flower, and building bee hotels for our native.
Together we keep our bees and future generations healthy
Well done everyone. Who is doing the. Right. Things already, your helps means a lots!
We are kicking off summer the Queen Bee way with a MedSpa party at our Culver City location on June 29! ☀️ Party attendees will be offered discounts on Botox, laser treatments, and chemical peels. 💁🏻♀️ Limited space is available, so make sure you book your spot ASAP! 🗓
What a week so far since Saturday, so incredibly busy life can be. Never ceases to amaze me! Anyhow, every time I walk past the shrub next to my front door this time of year, it’s always covered in these little fellas.
Everyone who knows me will know that I have such a soft spot for bees and just how wonderful they are.
So I couldn’t resist taking a sneaky snap of this little dude busy working and keeping us all alive 🤗
Ecological Homogenization -- Part of the problem is our human desire for neatness. No bare spots on lawns, non-flowering grass, pollen-less flowers, paved spots where a sand bank or brush pile might have been. We alter water, light, plants, even bacterial and fungal communities in our environment. Habitat loss, pesticides, and decreased floral diversity heavily impact these bees. We need to create space for our bees in agricultural lands, city parks, and yards. We simply cannot “save the bees” by conserving small amounts of land. Nature is perfect in its own form. Help today by visiting the link in our bio. Buy a bee house and help our beautiful, little creatures.