Bee garden

a garden or inclosure to set beehives in ; an apiary.

See also: Bee

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It's a centre of world-leading pollinator research near Carmarthen, and home to approximately half a million honey bees in its Bee Garden, a kaleidoscope of tropical butterflies in the Butterfly House, as well as thousands of insect pollinator species.
It's a research near Carmarthen, and home to approximately half a million honey bees in its Bee Garden, a kaleidoscope of tropical butterflies in the Butterfly House, as well as thousands of insect pollinator species.
It then introduced its first official bee garden in the Colmore Business District too.
Merkaba also includes a bee garden, and the home "comes with its very own beekeeper".
High in the exclave's mountains launched a new bee garden aimed to raise a young generation of beekeepers and contribute to achieving food security in the country.
At the Bee Garden you won't be stung watching a quarter of a million honey bees going about their work, through large windows.
Just think, this time next year, your kids could be teaching you how to identify the plants bees love, how to create a bee garden, or use bee products.
"We have to do things differently or our kids are going to suffer the consequences of our actions." She added that she is now considering starting a bee garden with her family.
Sunnyside Academy in Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough, had green-fingered pupil Daisy Bartram to thank for their new state-ofthe-art greenhouse after the nine-year-old won first place in a competition to design a bee garden. Hundreds of students across the North-east took part in the competition, organised by Gabriel Ash, who presented the prize to the school's gardening club.
Bee Garden: How to Create or Adapt a Garden That Attracts and Nurtures Bees by Maureen Little (Springhill, 2011)
Ayers, who has had a 60-year interest in entomology, says the secret of a successful bee garden is a wide variety of plants that allows for blooms from early spring through summer into the fall.
His topics include the potential impact, not the cell phones, not mites or a virus, the French answer, America in the dark, civilization collapse disorder, the farmer solution, organic golf, planting a bee garden, and plan bee.