Beautiful Beekeeping with a Beepod Beehive

Ever thought of keeping bees?  Here’s a beautiful beehive that’s small enough to fit the tiniest of yards.

“Be the first one on your block to have a NEW BeePod in your backyard! The newest revision of our Top Bar Hive is now sized to fit 19” Langstroth length frame bars (with slight alterations) The new Beepod uses 3/4in hole entrances rather than the big sliding door entry that the bees glued tight with propolis. We’ve added new “pop” fittings to the shutters, lid and access doors. Also new Stainless and Zinc hardware giving it longer life, greater durability and a better fit.”

via Beepod Top Bar Hive | Beepods.com.

How To Harvest Honey From Natural Comb

Someday I’d love to try have a little Bee & Bee.  🙂

“Once you’ve harvested your natural honeycomb from your Warré (or other kind of top bar) beehive, it’s time to make get some of that goodness into jars! Fortunately, like many other aspects of natural beekeeping, getting the honey out of natural comb is easy and simple, once you know how.”

via How to harvest Honey from Natural Comb « Milkwood: permaculture farming and living.