I’ve been robbed!

Or more specifically my bees have been. It is an unpleasant part of keeping bees - the fact that although fascinating and amazing creatures that can be a pure joy to watch toil away, there is indeed a dark and sinister undercurrent to the colony. Okay that might be a bit dramatic but let me... Continue Reading →

September

Wow what a month for all things bee! It has been a long time since I posted and it isn't because I was taking a break. Far from it! This month saw me travel to Montreal, Quebec and Raleigh, North Carolina to immerse myself in expanding my bee education. I've also been busy trouble-shooting with... Continue Reading →

Featured Flower: Obedient Plant

The Obedient plant (Physostegia virginiana), or False Dragonhead as it is also commonly known, is a native plant to Eastern Canada and the United States. The common name - obedient plant - comes from the fact that if you gently push the flower into a different position it will stay there as though it is... Continue Reading →

National Honey Bee Day

Yesterday - August 17th - was National Honey Bee Day. Okay this is in the USA but, hey, I think honey bees are worth celebrating so I'm considering it a day here in Canada too! So with that in mind I packed up the 3 kids for a day of honey bee adventuring. And how... Continue Reading →

Hive Check: Week 3

Another week flew by like a high speed bullet train. I can feel it - the days are getting shorter, the nights are getting cooler, summer is winding down. But another week gone by meant I could get out and check my hive again - something that I find myself really looking forward to as... Continue Reading →

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