Natural Beekeeping

Top Bar ApiRevolution has begun! Lets make some inexpensive Top Bar Hives and let them be pesticide free on their own natural comb! Che Guebee is a rebel bee fighting for the survival of the Biodiversity we all depend on and which is seriously endangered by deforestation and mono-crop agriculture! What kind of teaching have you got if you exclude nature?

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Our Forest Garden will be called "Bee Sanctuary"

It is absolutely beautiful to see so many different pollinators congregating in our wild forest garden. This place must be an Oasis in this enormous mono-culture human created environment. I think it is time to call it a Bee Sanctuary;
Anthidium florentinum is a gorgeous Mason Bee which I have never seen before
Mason Bee and a Syrphid Fly
Various butterflies can be seen on Thistles
Various Bummblebees
Ebilobium hirsutum Giant Willowherb


  1. It could be on the last phote that it is Apotekerkattost / Malva Sylvestris, but the photo
    is a little bit vague.
    Like your blogg a lot.


    1. Annette this plant is 2 meters tall and has lanceolate leaves. Looks very much like the evening primrose before it starts flowering

    2. Hi Annette. The plant above is the Giant Willowherb Epilobium hirsutum

  2. What a beautiful butterfly, complete with eyespots to scare off predators. I salute your efforts in creating a pollinator habitat.

    1. Thank you :) so many pollinators are endangered and are disappearing as we speak. Wild habitats have never been needed more than today! Yet they too disappear, being pushed away with mono-crop agriculture and pesticides. I wonder if our politicians are all psychopaths!