We try to support our local community any way possible . For example we buy crochet bees from a lady who makes crochet stuff to support her kids’ schooling.  We then post it to our customers as a token of appreciation.

We send these gifts to customers who spend a certain amount when they purchase beekeeping equipment directly from our website. We  gift crochet bees, cedar rings, crown prince pumpkin sees, vine tree cutting, climbing rose cutting or olive oil in small bottles.


We send to our customers handmade crochet bees as present. They are crafted by skilled women artisans who rely on their craft for a living. Our aim is to support these ladies in standing on their own feet to live a better life. We also promote fair payment and uphold ethical standards in supporting artisans from developing nations. Just like fair trade tea, coffee, and wine, we’re offering fair trade crochet products to customers in UK. Currently, we collaborate with a talented lady crafting various crocheted items. Each time you order a bee, she earns money. Or if we send you a crochet bee as a present she also earns money. So everyone wins.


Our olive oil, produced by our beehive manufacturer from 250-year-old olive trees on his family farm, is a premium extra virgin, cold-pressed oil with less than 0.8% acidity. Best enjoyed raw in salads or as a dip, this high-quality oil offers a smooth taste without throat discomfort. A one-litre bottle of this exceptional oil would typically cost around £30, akin to top-quality wine.

Handpicked green olives, cold-pressed on the same day, yield this outstanding oil. The early-crop, traditionally processed olives create a smaller oil yield, yet result in intensified flavour and aroma. Positive customer feedback may lead to us offering these oils for sale in the UK soon.


Cedar rings act as moth repellents, derived from our beehive offcuts, simply placed in wardrobes.


Pumpkin seeds:

These seeds will produce giant crown prince pumpkins.

Vine tree cutting:

these will produce excellent purple grapes

Climbing rose cutting:

These will grow to be a lovely white climbing rose bush


Caring for bees involves understanding their wild nature, as each beekeeper may offer different advice. Ultimately, bees act on their instincts. Inspecting them regularly between mid-April and mid-August, around every 7 to 8 days, can prevent swarming. Yet, excessive hive checks may disturb them—sometimes, leaving them be is best.

Remember, conduct varroa treatment in September and April for their health. From October to April, ensure they have ample food; consider using fondant or fortified fondants with pollen.

In April, adjust sugar syrup based on weather: for temperatures over 17 degrees, use 1kg sugar to 1 litre water; in colder weather, opt for 1kg sugar to 630ml water.

Always prioritize safety: wear a suit and gloves as bees will sting if provoked. Avoid inviting family, friends, or kids near the hives without proper beekeeping gear. If allergic, take extra precautions—perhaps reconsider keeping bees altogether. Safety must come first in beekeeping endeavours.