#ReviewVlog – Whats the buzz about Beebombs? @BeebombsDorset #BringBacktheBees #Review #BeeBombs #SavetheBees

 

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If you know me in real life then you will know that I love bees. It all started when I read The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd.

The Secret Life of Bees by [Kidd, Sue Monk]

My father read it after me and now we have a bond over bees. We both know how important they are to us both.

 

So when I saw this product on Facebook I contacted them straight away and asked how I could help. I did a little video vlog to show how easy they are to use.

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You can help bring the bees back

97% of natural bee and butterfly habitat has been lost in the UK since WW2. 97%. Ninety seven percent. It’s frightening and critical.

With your help, we can start to restore the lost wildflower habitat and make an important contribution to the biodiversity of Great Britain.

Hand made in Dorset, Beebombs are a mix of 18 British wildflower seeds, fine, sifted soil and locally sourced clay. Our seeds are native species and designated by the Royal Horticultural Society as “Perfect for Pollinators”

Beebombs just need to be scattered onto cleared ground to create a wildflower meadow that will #bringthebeesback

Info on the Beebomb:

1 pack

1000s of seeds from 18 native wildflower species, mixed with local, protective clay and sifted, nurturing topsoil. 1 pack provides coverage for roughly 21 sq ft / 2m²

Visit https://www.beebombs.com/ to order yours and for much more information.

We received a gorgeous pack to review in exchange for an honest review.

You can also follow them over on Twitter – https://twitter.com/BeebombsDorset

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2 comments

  1. We here in the US have lost a huge percentage of bees as well, along with butterflies, particularly our Monarchs who travel huge distances spring and fall to seek their favorite plants, milkweed. These have been eradicated largely due to expansion over previous wild areas and farmland. So there is an effort to replant milkweed. They require proper seed handling and a lot of sun.

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