Australian Stingless Bees in your Garden.

Bees are an important part of maintaining an eco friendly backyard.
They play a significant roll in pollinating flowering plants and it is estimated that one third of our food supply depends on insect pollination, most of which is accomplished by bees.
You can have sting-less bees, the size of an ant or small fly harmlessly collecting pollen from your vegetable and fruit flowers in your garden.  They will also produce small quantities of honey which can be harvested for family consumption.

Many beehives are now being lost to land clearing and pesticides.

You can help reverse the decline and increase the survival of the species while helping your garden.
You do not need a lot of space or time to set up your own Australian native bee hive.
It will be a talking point of your backyard and children are fascinated and love learning about Australian sting-less bees.

Find out more about stingless bees at My City Garden

RIGHT:- Australian Stingless Bees working an onion flower.

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2 Responses to Australian Stingless Bees in your Garden.

  1. TonyT says:

    If you are interested in Stingless Bees then you should check out this site.

    I am not affilated with them in any way, just found them very useful when I purchased my hives.

  2. Di Hogg says:

    I loved this information about native bees. The book looks really interesting too. Sadly I live in SA and understand that the bees you refer to are for the warmer climes. Will there be some info just like this for the southern states. I know we don’t have so many native bees down here.

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