Basic. Massive bloom from January toJune. Chemical-free, 900 pieces. To plant in gardens around an apiary. You can choose your own species, this is fast and good. Volume-discount package. For those first important weeks.
900 Chemical free grown flower bulbs. The basis with indispensable crocuses and a nice selection of other species for flowering from January to May-June. A loveley Package to get to know the may variaties.
* 500 Crocus tom. : cheerful start in purple, white and yellow with Ruby Giant, Snow bunting and Romance. Jan- February.
* 100 Jeanne d Arc, the large-flowered crocus in delicate white with bright orange pollen. February- March.
* 100 Muscari mix: blue-white mix with Lady Blue, Magic White, Latifolium and Artemisa Ephesus. March - april.
* 100 Tulipa mix: get acquainted with our botanical tulips! Lilac Wonder, Little Beauty, Bronze Charm and Sylvestris, the forest tulip, offer variety from March in bright yellow, pink, fuchsia blue and an ocher yellow that turns to soft orange. They are not only useful for the bees but also wonderful to experience. April - May.
* 100 Allium mix: small onions Cowanii, Unifolium and Moly Jeanine rich in pollen and nectar. 'ornamental' they are called, but useful to bees!. These onions fill a break in the flowering of perrenial plants. Small onions are attractive for butterflies, and a nice addition to the medicine cabinet of bee colonies, which benefit from many different types of pollen. You 'll enjoy the variation in these multiflowering bulbs. A nice group that follows in bloom from May to June.
READY FOR THE SPRING
Beekeepers know how important the very first pollen is for honey bees and their health. By planting generous flower bulbs you lay the best foundation for the good development of the nations. In this way they reach maturity early and are strong enough to pollinate the fruit and other crops when they bloom.
FOR BEES AND NEIGHBORHOOD
For beekeepers, and also very suitable for all neighbors with gardens and balconies that live around an apiary. In this way you contribute to biodiversity and the survival of honey bees. A beekeeper cannot do it alone, and pollination by bees is of great importance to all of us. Without the pollination of bees no apples, pears, nuts and many other tasty things .. And what's great, these flower bulbs also attract the cheerfully buzzing bumblebee queens and the first butterflies.
Plant protection products (poison) can move towards nectar and pollen from plants. That is why we opt for exclusively flower-free grown flower bulbs and also test these ourselves. All growers are SKAL certified and we look very specifically at the effects for the useful pollinators. They are sensitive to the smallest quantities. We only offer flower bulbs that we consider healthy for them. Read more about it? Look at Quality or Vision in the main menu.
NECTAR AND POLLEN
Butterflies and bumblebee queens waking up from hibernation are looking for nectar in crocuses. There is not much flowering in January yet and you do them a great favor by planting crocuses in the fall for the earliest flowering in the new year. Crocuses have the highest nectar and pollen value and the other flower bulbs are also selected for this.