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Buy Spruce wild bee house: With a nod to hexagonal honeycomb, this stylish spruce house will make bees feel right at home. Packed with bamboo tubes, it perfectly replicates the natural holes in wood, walls, earth or bramble stems that bees usually seek out to raise their larvae.<br><br>Fix to an outdoor wall or fence that sees plenty of sunlight, ideally without any obstructing plants, and treat bees to a safe, dry place to call their home.<br><br>A great way to give these vulnerable and essential little creatures a much-needed helping hand. Dip treated with non-toxic water-based wood stain.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W20cm x D9cm x H17cm

With a nod to hexagonal honeycomb, this stylish spruce house will make bees feel right at home. Packed with bamboo tubes, it perfectly replicates the natural holes in wood, walls, earth or bramble stems that bees usually seek out to raise their larvae.

Fix to an outdoor wall or fence that sees plenty of sunlight, ideally without any obstructing plants, and treat bees to a safe, dry place to call their home.

A great way to give these vulnerable and essential little creatures a much-needed helping hand. Dip treated with non-toxic water-based wood stain.

Measurements:
W20cm x D9cm x H17cm

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