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Pollinator Booster Bundle

The perfect gift for garden lovers and pollinator enthusiasts.

Upcycled Western Red Cedar
Sustainably made in Australia

Our Pollinator Booster Bundle is the perfect gift for garden lovers or for anyone who would like the benefit of attracting these tiny garden allies to your yard.

Your love of gardening isn’t just good for you, it’s good for the bees too. Through planting flowers and building flourishing gardens, you’re doing the important job of supporting our tiny environmental champions by increasing pollinator habitat around your neighbourhood.

Help create beautiful garden forage for the bees with our premium Flow Garden Tools and provide a cosy home for solitary nesting bees with the Flow Pollinator House.


Flow Pollinator House – western red cedar
Flow Garden tools including:
Flow Garden Trowel
Flow Garden Widger
Flow Garden Fork
Flow Garden Tool Roll



All images are for illustrative purposes – actual product may vary slightly.

The Flow Pollinator House is made from salvaged timber hive panels which means each house will be unique.

Manufactured in upcycled sustainably sourced western red cedar – once assembled, oil or paint the house and make sure to apply two coats of good quality outdoor paint to the roof to provide longevity against the elements.

Find the assembly guide here.

Maintenance is required to ensure that the house is safe and habitable for solitary nesting visitors, which will differ depending on local conditions.

Bamboo inserts need to be monitored for pests and to reduce the risk of spreading diseases. It's good practice to replace these tubes every second year to limit the buildup of pathogens and fungus. Read more here.


To best care for your garden tools, store them in a dry place out of the weather. If needed you can wash your garden tools in warm soapy water, rinse them clean and dry them thoroughly.


The waxed cotton tool roll is made from global organic textile standard (GOTS) cotton, features leather trims and has been wax-coated to provide a durable finish. Waxed cotton will develop a patina over time, resulting in a timeless vintage look.

If required, spot clean with a damp cloth. Hand soak with castile soap as needed. Do not machine wash or dry clean. Do not tumble dry. Do not iron. Store in a cool dry place, out of the weather and direct sunlight.


Solitary bees are generally harmless and non-aggressive. Some insects do sting, so it’s best to exercise caution when handling your pollinator house.

Here is a link to some useful safety information.


Dispatch times below:

Flow Pollinator House
Dispatches in 1-2 working days

Flow Garden Tools
Dispatches in 1-2 working days

What's in the box

Important notes

Your questions answered

The Flow Pollinator House provides space for and encourages differing pollinator species to take up residence in your garden.

Unlike European honey bees, the majority of bee species worldwide are actually solitary nesters who require and seek out a cosy home to nest in.

Different types of pollinators require different types of homes. Cavity-nesting bees use hollow plant stems or holes in wood for laying their eggs. These solitary bees do not have queens or workers, nor do they store any honey in their tiny nests. In addition to nesting, some species like to hibernate over winter and are on the lookout for sheltered spaces with plant matter as insulation.

Our Flow Pollinator House aims to replicate these ideal nesting conditions for the dual purpose of supporting these incredible insects whilst your garden reaps the rewards of their residence.

Not all species nest in a pollinator house like this. There are plenty of other ways you can help support solitary nesters, such as making holes in mud for the blue-banded bee, or drilling holes in wood. You can go to town creating pollinator zones in your garden. Find some great tips for creating your own pollinator house here.

Finding an area which is bathed in gentle sunlight (which solitary bees love) and is protected from prevailing winds, tall weeds and other animals is ideal. Optimally the house should be facing between the north and east in the Southern Hemisphere, and between south and west in the Northern Hemisphere, in a position which doesn’t get too hot, and is 1 metre off the ground but no higher than 2 metres.

Add your own unique home renovations such as dried leaves, grass or crumpled cardboard to the roof of your Flow Pollinator House to further diversify its appeal to different species. Selecting a position which is already attracting insects, either a garden bed with flowers, a pond or an area with some trees will help to encourage vacancies in your pollinator house to fill up quickly.

Don’t forget to provide access to plenty of forage and water for your pollinators.

Our Flow Pollinator House was developed out of a desire to find a way to repurpose our Flow Hive offcuts and unused wooden panels, whilst at the same time creating a habitat for these important little pollinators.

Crafted from western red cedar, the Pollinator House has been manufactured using precision laser cutting from salvaging timber panels and offcuts from the production of our Flow Hive 2+.

Don't be surprised if you find a handle or Flow logo on the timber panels – we love the uniqueness this adds to each individual house.

Bamboo inserts have been sustainably sourced, making for deluxe pollinator suites.

There is so much we can do to support pollinators! Here are some great tips for creating a bee-friendly garden mindfully:

Avoid pesticides. Companion planting is the way to go if you want to control pests. Pesticides are one of the reasons bee populations are in decline.

If you have room, plant flowering plants in bountiful clumps so bees don’t have to search far for forage and can work more efficiently.

Plant several species to ensure you have forage for every season.

Maintain multiple water sources around your garden.

Spread the word among your neighbours, family and friends, the more people you can encourage to look after your neighbourhood the greater your impact will be collectively.

Check out our Bee-Friendly Gardening fact sheet for more information about gardening mindfully for pollinators.


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