The Nest Hotel is situated in an agricultural area. We do have several bee hives and have planted our gardens with numerous plants to support bees and other pollinators so when we received the mailer of the post below, we thought we just had to share …


Isn’t it fascinating how the world of pollination unfolds right before our eyes?

Imagine this: Bees darting from flower to flower, their delicate wings creating a symphony of life that orchestrates the growth of your garden. It’s like nature’s secret dance, and you’re the honoured choreographer.

As you tend to your heirloom plants and trees, you’re not just a gardener; you’re a conductor of this magical dance. With each step you take, you’re harmonizing with the rhythms of the earth, creating a melody that resonates with the universe.


“The Dance of Life”

It’s a dance of life, beauty, and purpose—a dance that elevates both you, your patch and the pollinators. Bees also perform a special dance to tell their co-workers all about their latest foraging hot spots – just like a viral network of the earliest social media!

Honeybees leave the hive around 15 times a day and visit around 100 flowers on each trip; that’s about 1500 flowers a day!

They are not only in search of pollen, they need nectar too! Pollen is like their protein supply. Nectar is their carbohydrates and it’s the magic liquid that later worker bees turn into golden honey!

Your garden has become a haven for these industrious creatures.

They’re not just pollinators; they’re messengers of growth, heralding a harvest that’s as rewarding as it is bountiful. These little handmaidens of nature work hard toiling for up to 12-hours a day!


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