Bees and Bee Keeping Explained Paperback / softback
by Gerard Baker
Part of the England's Living History series
If you have ever thought about keeping bees, or simply want to know more about them and how you can help these industrious and charming creatures, then this book is a must!
Designed to be a first step, it explains the life of the honeybee and the work of the beekeeper, both in a rural and an urban situation.
Anyone with time and enthusiasm can become a beekeeper.
The rest of us can help by planting bee-friendly plants in our gardens, allotments and window boxes.
Author Gerard Baker is a highly experienced beekeeper.
In his role as Food Historian, Gerard has also become a familiar figure on the popular BBC TV series 'Mums know Best' with the Hairy Bikers.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 64 pages, Illustrated in colour
- Publisher: Countryside Books
- Publication Date: 25/03/2010
- Category: Apiculture (beekeeping)
- ISBN: 9781846742002