Bee Lovers Gift Set
Revival Kit Ingredients:
Internal glass bottle contains a sugar & purified water solution
Inside the strong aluminium shell sits a refillable bottle made from shock resistant borosilicate glass, sealed with a natural cork top.
All hanging from a custom stamped key chain, this kit is ready to be attached to your keys or backpack!
20 seedballs containing a mixture of bee friendly plant seeds and clay (to protect the seed from ants, mice, birds etc.) peat free compost (to give seeds a boost) and chilli powder (an extra predator deterrent).
Gift Box Packaging: Recyclable cardboard box with kraft zig zag paper, wrapped in jute twine.
How To Use the Revival Kit:
To use, simply remove the cork from the bottle using a twisting motion. Tap the bottle to dispense a few drops of solution beside the tired Bee.
This keyring contains a unique blend of sugar and purified water solution to help REVIVE exhausted Bees you may encounter on the ground. Please treat this little drink as you would your own, rinse the bottle and replace the liquid regularly.
TO REFILL: The bottle can be refilled easily at home by half filling with white sugar before topping up with water and shaking for 30 seconds.
Q. Is it suitable for children?
We encourage people of all ages to do their part in helping the bees. However, due to the potentially fragile nature of the bottle and small parts comprising the keyring, we advise adult supervision when using the keyring.
Unsuitable for children under 3 years.
How to use the Seedballs:
Best scattered in Spring or Autumn.
What is Seedball?
A ball made from seeds, clay, peat-free compost and chili powder.
Why use Seedballs?
The ball prevents the seeds from being a tasty lunch for birds and insects, thereby increasing the chances of your flowers growing. Plus they’re super easy to use, no digging and no expert knowledge needed!
How do I use Seedballs?
Throw onto soil or compost in a garden bed or planter in Spring or Autumn, leaving at least 10cm between each ball. Your Seedball has everything it needs to grow and, once the ball becomes moist and the temperature is right, your seeds will germinate!
BEE FACTS & HOW TO HELP:
Bee's pollinate roughly a third of everything we eat!
84% of the crops grown for human consumption (around 400 different types of plants) need Bees and other insects to pollinate them.
The UK has lost nearly 15 species of Bee since the early 1900s. 1 third of the UK's Bee population has disappeared in the last 10 years.
Bees cover vast distances everyday and can quickly become exhausted. If you come across an exhausted Bee give it a hand by placing it on a nearby flower. If that doesn't work or there is no flowers use your BEEVIVE keyring to feed it a little sugar water.
Planting wild nectar rich plants in your garden or other grassy areas is a perfect way to provide food for our Bees.
Approximately 90% of the UK's species of Bees are solitary, we can help them by providing them with shelter. Make and install a Bee hotel in the garden. Make sure it's south facing and at least 1 meter above ground level.