Solitary Bee Hive

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The Solitary Bee Hive is designed specifically to attract and provide a nesting home for non-swarming bees like the Red Mason. These bees are naturally attracted to holes in wood, and the solitary bee hive provides a habitat that has become harder to find in modern gardens. The Solitary Bee Hive measures 200mm x 180mm x 160mm and is made from FSC wood.

The solitary bee home should be positioned on a fence post or other suitable surface at least one metre from the ground, and in a south-facing aspect.


200mm x 180mm x 160mm


Orders received by 3pm Monday to Friday will be dispatched via DHL on a no signature delivery service; simply advise us where to leave your bags. We don't deliver on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays.

Some orders less than 1kg in weight will come by Royal Mail.

Orders for Live Mealworms are sent directly from our supplier via Royal Mail. They are dispatched the same day if orders are received by 12pm Mon-Thurs; no orders are dispatched on a Friday. Please allow four working days for orders to arrive.

If you have not received your order within seven working days please contact us on 01775 630208.

We now deliver to all of mainland UK with no extra delivery charge. Please note that some postcode areas that are classed as Scottish Islands and Highlands may take 2-3 working days to arrive. For deliveries outside of these areas a £10 charge will be applied. Postcode areas affected include HS, IV41 – IV49, IV51, IV55 and IV56, KA27 and KA28, KW15 to KW17, PA20, PA41 to PA49, PA60 to PA78, PH42 to PH44, ZE, Isle of Man

We are unable to deliver to the Republic of Ireland or the Channel Islands.

Product Reviews
  • Anonymous


    Really well crafted and beautiful bee box. Should last us a long time. We are lucky that we do have bees around here, so I'm sure they will take advantage of it.

We all know that wild bees have been in decline for many years, with a number of factors behind the dwindling populations. The most significant of these factors is intensive farming, with this making gardens even more important to help to prevent more species from becoming extinct (we have already lost 13 species of bee in the UK).
Along with a habitat which is full of nectar-rich plants, one of the best ways you can help solitary bees like Red Mason is to provide them a suitable home. Our Solitary Bee Hive will do this job perfectly, with each of the separate 24 openings and chambers behind them providing a nesting site for a bee.
Installing a solitary bee box in your garden is great for children, as it will provide a focus of educational interest for them.
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