Beehive In A Jar

Use this amazing method to produce your own organic honey.
Thinking about going green? If you already have, this stunning idea will take you to the upper level, since producing your own food is a way of helping our planet too. Even though it looks impossible, you can start your own backyard beehive and produce organic honey in this extraordinary way. There’s no need to move out of the city; the suburban area is a right place to do it also.

If you follow tips from Lauri Miller, an experienced beekeeper from Roy, WA , you’ll manage to set up your first bee yard sooner than you think. Your organic honey will mesmerize all your guests with its taste and all the little ones will have an amazing opportunity to observe the secret life of bees.

We’ll be happy to know your experience with beekeeping. Share your tips below.

Visit Remove and Replace website for further instructions.

What you need:

Supplies / ingredients:

  • Wood
  • Plywood
  • Beehive Kit
  • Jars
  • Wood screws
  • Wood stain
  • Bees
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10 thoughts on “Beehive In A Jar

  1. RogueCowgirl says:

    I loved the beehive in a jar so much I visited there gentleman’s website for follow-up info. Please post that here if possible. Thanks and I love your Pins!

  2. Garrett says:

    Hi! Neat idea, but I’m curious about how to get the bees out of the jars when you are ready to take them? In my experience bees don’t leave their honey unattended ever, and I wouldn’t like a jar of honey with bees in it! Thanks for the great post. I’m looking forward to any advice you can give before I tackle this project.

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