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Imagine that you are sitting on your deck enjoying the sun on a summer afternoon. You can see the red and green of your tomato plants in your garden.
You can smell the perfume of your flowers in the flower beds just off the deck. And you can hear the buzzing and humming of the honeybees in your garden beehive.
As you watch, you see your honeybees flying from flower to flower, gathering nectar and pollinating your garden and backyard.
You see them take the nectar back to the hive where they are making honey to share with you and your family.
You see them fanning and dancing at the entrance of their beehive, basking in the sun and enjoying good food from the flowers and plants in your yard and garden.
What would you think if I told you that you can build your own beehive for less than a dinner for two at your favorite restaurant?
And what would you think if the beehive that you’ll build is sustainable, bee-friendly, and so easy to use that you can build one in a single afternoon?
Why build your own beehive? There are plenty of beehives for sale on the Internet and from beekeeping supply shops. If you don’t mind paying out over $200 or more for just one beehive.
There are a lot of beehive building instructions available for free… if you can figure out how to use them. Sometimes, you don’t know exactly what tools you’ll need, or even what materials are the best to use!
Maybe you asked around for help on forums. Maybe you paid for help. Or maybe you spent several hours or days hunting around the search engines trying to find a good beehive that was easy to use and simple to build… and fun for you and your family… only to find that you were looking for something as hard to find as a needle in a haystack.
Because all that searching, yzing and comparing can get frustrating, and you can run into dead-ends, I understand that you want a simple shortcut to building your own beehive. You want to be able to easily emble your hive, finish it and install it, and have it ready for your own colony of honeybees.
I recommend this publication to anyone thinking of building a vertical top bar hive – nothing else I have seen comes close.
I have to share a secret with you…building your own beehive is enjoyable! Handcrafting a beehive for your own colony of honeybees is an experience you will never forget. When your first colony of honeybees accepts the beehive you made for them, it is a very rewarding experience! It is made even more rewarding when you see just how easy and inexpensive it was to build!
Warre Garden Hive Construction Guide 2.0 by Nick Winters takes you step by step, teaching you how to:
With the simple directions I give you in your Warre Garden Hive Construction Guide 2.0 manual, you will be able to build easy-to-use beehives for use in a low impact and chemical free environment… Guaranteed!
What you are ordering here is an electronic book. After you order, you will arrive on a page where you can download this book in PDF form immediately, even if it’s 2:30 in the morning.
If for any reason you are not satisfied with this product, I will refund your money for up to 60 days after the purchase date.
Thanks for the Garden Hive Construction Guide 2.0. Very well done. I think that even I can follow these directions. Great detail with pictures. You did not miss a trick.
This is an all in one package. Do you want to build a top bar hive? Just follow the plans included in this manual. Do you want a frame beehive? Just follow the plans included in this manual. You get to choose how you want to build your own beehive.
Additionally, those of you who are ordering through this page will get a special bonus — full parts checklists for the Warre Garden Beehive in both Imperial fractional and Metric measurements. These checklists contain a list of every single piece of wood you will need to build your garden hive. Not only that, but these sheets give you the measurements for both 3/4" wide and 1" wide wood… these are the most popular wood sizes for beehives today!
All you have to do is flip to the hive part you want to build. Make a note of the wood dimensions and then just measure, cut your piece of wood and you are done! No fiddling with fractional calculations or other difficult measurement transfers. Just find your part, and then cut your piece… Read more…