“Buzz Inn” Bee Hotel Making by TD Convivial Garden 28 October

17 October, 2018 at 12:30 pm Leave a comment

Native bees are good friends in the garden, performing the valuable service of pollination. Learn more about solitary native bees, and the advantages of attracting these to your garden, as well as learning how to make your very own insect hotel in which these good garden friends can set up house!

Katrina Forstner, a local gardener, native bee enthusiast and maker of insect hotels will share her knowledge and skills to get you started on attracting more native pollinators into your garden.

The workshop will include a brief introduction to native bees, how to spot a native bee, the nesting types, buzz pollination, what materials are great to get you started with your own bee hotel, and no matter what type of green thumb you are how to set up a bee friendly garden.

Where? South Preston/Thornbury, as the event takes place at a private home, the exact location of the event will be provided to ticket holders after purchase

Time: 1pm-3pm

Cost: $25 or$30

Booking link: Here.

Maximum of 12 participants.

Bring; BYO Secateurs if you have them

Workshop for adults only.

Buzz across to Thornbury for this hands on practical workshop.

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