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February 07, 2018

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Meet the European Beekeeper

I am super excited to let you know that the first episode, from last summer's European Meet the Beekeeper filming marathon is finally ready! I spent August 2017 filming the stories of 19 wonderful Flow Hive beekeepers from Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, France, Norway and the United Kingdom.

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November 30, 2017

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Bearding – what does it mean?

Bearding bees have nothing to do with facial hair! It's a term referring to bees accumulating at the front of the hive, in a beard-like shape to make room inside the hive for added ventilation on a hot and humid day.

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November 15, 2017

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Construction & position of a Flow Pollinator House

Congratulations on your purchase of the Flow Pollinator House. On behalf of the bees, we’d like to extend a big thank you, for supporting the protection of wild habitat corridors worldwide, and for choosing to provide a cosy home for pollinators in your own backyard.

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November 13, 2017

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University of Queensland report: Flow Hive honey tastes “fresher” and more “floral”

A University of Queensland report has concluded that yes, you really can taste the difference with Flow Hive honey. UQ scientists say unfiltered, unheated, untreated Flow Hive honey straight from the Flow Hive tastes “fresher” and has more desirable aromas than honeys harvested using conventional methods.

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November 07, 2017

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All bees are important

Bees and other pollinators are truly incredible creatures– having evolved symbiotically with plants, pollinators perform a crucial role in many plants’ reproduction. In fact, 90 percent of plants require pollinators to reproduce.

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November 02, 2017

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One hive many honey flavours

Frames within a Flow Hive can taste really different from each other, due to the forage available at different times during the honey season.

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October 20, 2017

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Growth of urban beginner beekeepers

Over the past few years there has been a bloom of urban beekeepers in Australia and around the world. The launch of our revolutionary Flow technology– which makes honey harvesting easier both for the beekeeper and the bees– has helped to contribute to this increased interest, along with a general rise in awareness of the value of bees in our food cycle and a desire to be more connected to our food supply.

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