• For the kids

    A key part of our philosophy is for children to learn and love the bee. With targeted actions we try to bring them in contact with nature in a way that they can easily understand the life, the path and the value of the bees, instilling in them respect and love for them. For this reason...

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  • Love in action

    In each of our packages you will find lavender or oregano seeds, thyme or rosemary that we give you. Once the jar of honey is empty, fill it with fluffy soil & put the seeds. Take care of it until it grows up & a bee can visit it. Only then will the jar be "refilled" with honey...

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  • A bee on rosemary

    Rosemary is better known by the name arismari or rosemary which comes from the Latin name of the plant, Salvia rosmarinus. It adapts easily and has no significant care requirements. Perennial shrub, multi-branched and dense, with needle-like leaves. It grows to one to two meters and displays wonderful fragrant flowers with a light blue color...

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  • A bee on thyme

    Thyme has a creeping but also orthogonal growth and reaches a height of up to 40 cm. It thrives in both hot and cold areas, as it is resistant to high and low temperatures. We prefer sunny places for planting, although it can be grown in semi-shady places. It has no special requirements regarding the type of soil that will be planted, as long as it has good drainage...

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  • A bee on oregano

    Oregano has no special requirements for the soil, as long as it has very good drainage to remove water. It is cultivated, even in very poor, dry and stony soils. Oregano gives us rich vegetation and flowering when planted in sunny places. It is resistant to heat during the summer and...

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  • A bee on lavender

    Lavender is an ideal plant for rock gardens and low borders, as it is one of the tallest aromatic plants that reach one meter. Lavender is looking for sunny places, although it can grow in partial shade. It should be noted that it is resistant to the hot dry thermal environment of summer and withstands the cold of winter....

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  • How much honey is needed for a kilo of wax?

    The wax is produced by the wax glands of the bee. Natural wax is a mixture of at least 300 organic ingredients. We use it for ointments, cosmetics, decorations and for the preservation of works of art

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  • How many bees live in the hive?

    In a hive live from 20 to 40,000 bees. Among them are the workers, some drones and of course the queen. The drone is the male person in the hive and the queen is the mother of the whole population and the only perfect person. Workers make up the majority of the population and their purpose is...

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  • Did you know that bees dance

    Bees communicate with each other in a very strange way. With what we call "bee dance". With the honeycomb track and spectators the other worker bees, their show begins in order to give direction and points to their colleagues for collecting food or for the places where they can find their new...

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