Meet Kimberly, who with the help of her Flow Hive has managed to add homegrown fruit, vegetables and honey to her family’s pantry.
"Our zucchini are doing much better this year with the bees. Last year we had four plants and got one zucchini. This year we had six plants, and eight zucchini at the very beginning of the season! The bees seem to be doing a great job there!”
In over 130 countries. From backyards, gardens, rooftops to balconies, this easy honey harvesting technology has inspired thousands of new beekeepers to discover the fascinating world of bees and now their gardens are reaping the rewards.
Beekeeping is a fascinating and rewarding hobby, where the discoveries are endless. Plus the honey really is an amazing bonus!
If you’re just getting started, we’re here to help – our friendly support team is on hand via email, phone, or live chat to get fast answers to your buzzing questions.
Or if you’d rather go straight to the top, join Cedar, our co-inventor, every week for a special live stream on Facebook and Youtube, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask him your questions live!
We’ll support you every step of the way with a swarm of educational resources to ensure your beekeeping journey will be an enjoyable one.
Ready to take the first step? Learn beekeeping terminology – from queen excluders, to drone bees and all the parts of a beehive – by downloading our simple PDF guide to beekeeping to start your journey today.
Beekeeping is a fascinating hobby which when approached with knowledge, skill and dedication can be incredibly rewarding.
It is important to understand some basic safety guidelines to ensure that your beekeeping experience is a safe and positive one.
Beekeeping suits and other personal protective equipment can offer excellent prevention against bee stings but are not 100 percent effective. It’s important new beekeepers exercise caution when tending to their hives and are comfortable with the fact that sooner or later, all beekeepers get stung.