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Buy Ceramic bee nester: The ceramic bee nester is a fully functioning nest for bumble bees. Originally made from straw or wicker, this ceramic construction is a modern interpretation of a centuries-old design, conceived to provide an attractive and functional wildlife item suitable for any modern garden.<br><br>Beautiful in its appearance, it can help provide a safe and dry nesting site for these beneficial garden pollinators. The nest may be used with or without its base and is therefore suitable for any paved/patio area or the garden/hedgerow.<br><br>For best results, use from February onwards. Locate the nest low or on the ground in a sheltered position in dappled sunlight; under a hedge or adjacent to a wall line is ideal.<br><br>Please note: ceramic nester only (wooden house surround not supplied).<br><br>Measurements:<br>19cm x 21cm x 21cm

The ceramic bee nester is a fully functioning nest for bumble bees. Originally made from straw or wicker, this ceramic construction is a modern interpretation of a centuries-old design, conceived to provide an attractive and functional wildlife item suitable for any modern garden.

Beautiful in its appearance, it can help provide a safe and dry nesting site for these beneficial garden pollinators. The nest may be used with or without its base and is therefore suitable for any paved/patio area or the garden/hedgerow.

For best results, use from February onwards. Locate the nest low or on the ground in a sheltered position in dappled sunlight; under a hedge or adjacent to a wall line is ideal.

Please note: ceramic nester only (wooden house surround not supplied).

Measurements:
19cm x 21cm x 21cm

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