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Of course we all know that we get honey from our bees, but what is the other most incredible resource that we can use from our hives? Wax! This natural wax is used to construct the honeycomb and is more valuable per kilo than what honey is but they just produce less...
Here are some native New Zealand plant ideas that will attract some honey bees and other pollinators to your gardens.
Want is raw honey? What is pastuerised honey? Aren’t they all the same? If you want to understand the difference between raw and pasteurised honey, then read our blog and order some of our raw honey today!
A happy worker bee collecting nectar from a Lavendar plant.As the garden starts to fall into a quiet hibernation, it is a nice time to reflect and research about what we can plant over winter to help our pollinators come spring and summer. There is so much...
What a summer we have had! Some incredibly hot days followed by rain, lots and lots of rain! Which many of you may know is not good for our bees. Just like most humans, bees would rather stay inside on cold and dreary days and tend to their honeycomb...
This recipes makes a 22cm cake.
Here’s a super easy and quick recipe that should appeal to most.
This sweet tart is filled with a creamy centre of lemon and honey.
The recipe for the Anzac Biscuit came from biscuits baked by wives and mothers at home for the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) that fought with the Allies in the First World War.
They’re mostly tiny, boringly black and don’t make honey or live in hives. But they have evolved to pollinate our native plants, and they’re under threat.
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