Food for bees, butterflies and bumblebees? All our growers grow chemically free.

WHY flower bulbs for bees?

The food from the earliest spring
Chosen by beekeepers
Everything from biological growers
Long-range flowering, degeneration and stinzenplants
Our attention: soil, water and health of the bees
Appropriate for honeybees, butterflies, bumblebees and wild bees

Do you join us?

You can help the bees with flowering plants
Preferably the whole year around
And especially in spring
With flower bulbs you accelerate the season
Because they bloom earlier than everything else

From January up to and including March/April
Honeybees, butterflies, bumblebees and wild bees get
Nectar and pollen from these early flowers
They need it for their health
With a proper resistance
They’ll be able to cope with the world

As beekeepers we choose
Fundamentally for chemical free cultivated flower bulbs
The regular grower believes to need pesticides
A lot of these pesticides are water soluble
And end up in the pollen and nectar
They take the poison with them
Or are disorientated immediately
And don’t find their way back to their beehive

We can do it different
All the biological growers work without chemical pesticides
The soil gets alive
Earthworms are welcome again and there’s more organic substance
The water stays pure
The water balance of the land improves
They hardly have to irrigate
Larks, oystercatchers, swallows, partridges and hares,
In the air and on the earth life increases
The flower bulbs are a little smaller but more healthy, resistant
And they react better on the changing circumstances

For man
Tulips and daffodils make spring colorful
For the bees
We chose at the growers
60 types of BEE-bulbs
Which of these are suitable in your environment?
Take a look at the pictures
Read our experiences
Ask your questions
We are happy to meet you

Team Christall / BD Imkers


Because the chemically grown flower bulbs are increasingly popular, we advise you to order early. That means from the beginning of March, to avoid disappointment.

We will deliver from the beginning of September. So you will have plenty of time to plant the flower bulbs up to 2 weeks before the (eventually severe) frost invades.