The inherent organisation of the hive, clear roles and goals, and a growth potential that is only limited by the supply of nectar.
The hive could provide inspiration for any team and organisation out there. It's just fascinating how well the hive works over the course of the seasons.
And then of course there is the reward for the beekeeper, the honey harvest. All really quite fascinating!
Now all I need is a little patch where I could locate the hive. All the information needed is readily available by the community on the web and a great starting point is Omlet's guide.
Bees | Guide | Omlet UK
Introducing you to the wonderful and utterly complex world of bees and how important they are to our survival.
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