Bumble Bees - Myths and realities

Myths and realities

Bumblebees don’t sting – they do, but they don’t have a barb like a conventional bee. Bumblebees live in trees – they live in the ground, and the queen burrows into dark spaces. Consider a purpose made Bumble Bee Nesting Box There is only one type – there are four types, including a long-tongue and short-tongue varieties. They live on their own – no, they form colonies, albeit smaller than honey bees and they do not stay together for the same length of time. Physics says they should not be able to fly – clearly wrong, they do fly, but not as far as conventional bees. Check out our specialist range of alternative pollinator habitat and increase bumble beepollination in your garden! www.creativewoodcraft.co.nz/bees