#SaveTheBees

 

Did you know that bees get the majority of their nectar to survive from trees? When a tree blooms, it provides thousands of blossoms to feed from. Trees are not only a great food source for bees, but also an essential habitat. Tree leaves and resin provide nesting material for bees, while natural wood cavities make excellent shelters. 30% of all bees live in trees! With deforestation and development on the rise, you can help bolster bee habitats by planting trees!

Feel confident in the fact that your items not only plant trees but also saves the bees!

(Info via: The Honeybee Conservation)

Did you know that bees get the majority of their nectar to survive from trees? When a tree blooms, it provides thousands of blossoms to feed from. Trees are not only a great food source for bees, but also an essential habitat. Tree leaves and resin provide nesting material for bees, while natural wood cavities make excellent shelters. 30% of all bees live in trees! With deforestation and development on the rise, you can help bolster bee habitats by planting trees!

Feel confident in the fact that your items not only plant trees but also saves the bees!

(Info via: The Honeybee Conservation)