Imagine a world without them?
You may be quite surprised to learn that over the last five years over one third of our honey bee population has mysteriously disappeared and as yet we don’t know exactly why.
What’s even more surprising is that the humble honey bee is the most important pollinator of all the food and crops we eat.
The phrase Colony Collapse Disorder has been coined to describe this alarming phenomenon that occurs when honey bees mysteriously desert their hive and die.
What we do know is that bee killing insecticides probably pose the biggest threat.
Register now with the petition to ban neonicotinoids which are believed to play a crucial role in colony collapse disorder.
Plant bee friendly flowers and herbs and make your garden space beautiful. Bees love a huge range of pollinator plants such as Honeysuckle, Clematis, Lavender, Mint, Rosemary, Blackberries, Raspberries, Strawberries, Salvia and many more.