Diamondback Bee House (491568169), Recycled Glass Bird Feeders & Hummingbird Feeders | bambeco

Help friendly bee populations thrive. About 30% of the human food supply and 90% of wild plants depend on pollination from bees, the majority of which are native bees. In fact, a native bee can pollinate several thousand blooms per day. Because their sole focus is pollination, they do not produce honey or beeswax – and native bees make friendly neighbors, as they are not aggressive!

About 140 species of native bees make their homes in preexisting insect holes and woodpecker drillings, so they’re naturally drawn to the bamboo tubes in this bee house. Once a female bee establishes her home, she will lay her eggs, fill the tubes with nourishment and seal off the entrance so her young can safely grow.

Hand-crafted from FSC certified wood and bamboo, this bee house is sealed with a nontoxic, water-based finish. By providing shelter for bees, you’re helping to conserve and restore native populations of these fantastic, friendly, super pollinators.

Free Carbonfree® ground shipping on orders over $100.
Excludes large or bulky items.

REVIEWS

Write a Review
Beautiful bee house
By: Kathy Swanson, Thursday, June 02, 2016

Bought one for myself and one for my son.

Beautiful bee house
By: Kathy Swanson, Thursday, June 02, 2016

Bought one for myself and one for my son.

Beautiful bee house
By: Kathy Swanson, Thursday, June 02, 2016

Bought one for myself and one for my son.

FAQ

Ask a Question
Q: Where is the solitary bee house made?

Thank you for your question! These are made in China.

Q: Is the back removable?

Thank you for your interest of our Diamondback Bee House. The back of this item is not removable.

Q: Can you harvest their honey?

Thank you for your question about our Diamondback Bee House. The bees that are generally attracted to this type of hive, don't usually produce honey. The house does not have a way to extract the honey, if by chance Honey Bees made this item their home.

Q: Is this a combination bird house and bee house? The bigger holes look like they could fit birds.

This house is intended for use by native bees.