Bee Experience

Bee Experience | Young Trees for Bees

Bees are crucial members of our garden. As pollinators, they are indispensable for the survival of many plants and trees. Besides their environmental importance, bees also play a significant role in our economy. They pollinate crops that we use as food, such as fruits, vegetables, and nuts. Additionally, bees produce honey, a vital product used in the food and cosmetic industries. There are plenty of reasons to give these small insects a warm welcome in your garden.

 

Benefits of Bees in Your Garden

As mentioned earlier, bees are crucial for pollinating plants and trees. Moreover, bees are attractive residents for your garden, as they also attract other birds and insects, contributing to increased biodiversity. Bees are fascinating insects, and observing them and learning about their life cycle and behavior can provide an educational experience for your children and deepen your understanding of bees.

 

Increasing Bee Population in Your Garden

Certain young trees specifically attract bees, such as (ornamental) apple trees, pear trees, and cherry trees. These trees produce nectar and pollen, attracting bees and enabling them to build their nests and feed young larvae. Other types of fruit trees are also popular among bees. Additionally, flower species like lavender, sage, and thyme are favorites of bees. Planting these trees and flowers in your garden can create a welcoming environment for bees, ensuring they feel at home and return for more.

 

Here are some of our popular young trees that contribute to a thriving bee population in the garden:

  • Young Beautyberry Tree: This unique tree features striking purple berries. The purple berries appear in autumn, and you can enjoy their beauty until spring. In summer, it exchanges the berries for blossoms.

  • Rubus Idaeus, Raspberry: Grow your own raspberries and support nature while enjoying more bees, butterflies, and birds in your garden.

  • Yellow Butterfly Bush: As the name suggests, this shrub blooms from July to October, delighting not only butterflies but also attracting bees.

  • Hungarian Lilac Tree: This tree entices bees and butterflies with its conspicuous, plume-like flowers, offering enjoyment during the summer months.

 

Quickly order your young tree for a thriving bee population

Which young tree interests you? Attract more bees with the beautiful young trees from Amitis and let them grow in your garden. Care for the tree properly and watch it grow into a mature tree. Browse the selection and make a choice.

 

Have you found a suitable young tree? Simply order the tree online and enjoy free shipping from €75 in the Netherlands. The young tree will be delivered to your home within 2–4 working days, allowing you to quickly enjoy a beautiful young tree and more life in your garden.

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Buddleja globosa | Spherical Butterfly Bush

12,75 Incl. VAT

Ribes nigrum | Blackcurrant

18,95 Incl. VAT

Young Californian Boxelder tree | Acer negundo 'Flamingo'

46,75 Incl. VAT

Young Persian Silk Tree | Albizia julibrissin 'Ombrella'

72,25 Incl. VAT

Young Persian Silk Tree | Albizia julibrissin 'Summer Chocolate'

59,75 74,00 Incl. VAT

Young Drents Serviceberry | Amelanchier laevis 'R.J. Hilton

50,25 Incl. VAT

Young Serviceberry Tree | Amelanchier lamarckii

49,75 Incl. VAT

Young Pawpaw Tree | Asimina triloba

44,25 Incl. VAT

Young Sweet Chestnut Tree | Castanea sativa 'Pyramidalis'

48,75 Incl. VAT

Young American Redbud | Cercis canadensis 'Merlot'

73,75 Incl. VAT

Young Handkerchief Tree | Davidia involucrata

51,75 Incl. VAT

Young Yellowwood Tree | Cladrastis kentukea

52,25 Incl. VAT

Bee Experience | Young Trees for Bees

Bees are crucial members of our garden. As pollinators, they are indispensable for the survival of many plants and trees. Besides their environmental importance, bees also play a significant role in our economy. They pollinate crops that we use as food, such as fruits, vegetables, and nuts. Additionally, bees produce honey, a vital product used in the food and cosmetic industries. There are plenty of reasons to give these small insects a warm welcome in your garden.

 

Benefits of Bees in Your Garden

As mentioned earlier, bees are crucial for pollinating plants and trees. Moreover, bees are attractive residents for your garden, as they also attract other birds and insects, contributing to increased biodiversity. Bees are fascinating insects, and observing them and learning about their life cycle and behavior can provide an educational experience for your children and deepen your understanding of bees.

 

Increasing Bee Population in Your Garden

Certain young trees specifically attract bees, such as (ornamental) apple trees, pear trees, and cherry trees. These trees produce nectar and pollen, attracting bees and enabling them to build their nests and feed young larvae. Other types of fruit trees are also popular among bees. Additionally, flower species like lavender, sage, and thyme are favorites of bees. Planting these trees and flowers in your garden can create a welcoming environment for bees, ensuring they feel at home and return for more.

 

Here are some of our popular young trees that contribute to a thriving bee population in the garden:

  • Young Beautyberry Tree: This unique tree features striking purple berries. The purple berries appear in autumn, and you can enjoy their beauty until spring. In summer, it exchanges the berries for blossoms.

  • Rubus Idaeus, Raspberry: Grow your own raspberries and support nature while enjoying more bees, butterflies, and birds in your garden.

  • Yellow Butterfly Bush: As the name suggests, this shrub blooms from July to October, delighting not only butterflies but also attracting bees.

  • Hungarian Lilac Tree: This tree entices bees and butterflies with its conspicuous, plume-like flowers, offering enjoyment during the summer months.

 

Quickly order your young tree for a thriving bee population

Which young tree interests you? Attract more bees with the beautiful young trees from Amitis and let them grow in your garden. Care for the tree properly and watch it grow into a mature tree. Browse the selection and make a choice.

 

Have you found a suitable young tree? Simply order the tree online and enjoy free shipping from €75 in the Netherlands. The young tree will be delivered to your home within 2–4 working days, allowing you to quickly enjoy a beautiful young tree and more life in your garden.

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