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1000s of organic tree & shrub seedlings and plugs are ready for planting now, and our new Bee Happy Trees site is also ready for viewing.

“Almost 90% of the world’s flowering wild plants (approximately 308 000 species) depend, to varying degrees, on animal pollinators for their reproduction.”
Bee Engaged in pollinator-friendly agricultural production, an initiative by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Bee Happy Plants & Seeds is a propagation nursery specialist in plants for pollinators, not-for-profit UK company (number 8899290). All our trees, shrubs and other species plants are grown 100% from seed, here at our UK nursery, organically and with biosecurity at the forefront, and we are now also proud to be certified with Plant Healthy to the highest UK biosecurity standard and inspected by Grown in Britain.

Encouraging conservation and proliferation of plants beneficial to pollinators, these species plants have evolutionary adaptability in the face of climate change. The ultimate bee-friendly, wildlife-friendly plants, shrubs and trees. Certified for plant passports by DEFRA number 109891, with Plant Healthy number 0065-01, and as organic by Soil Association grower number G8492. All our growing compost is 100% peat-free and certified for use in organic horticulture.

Shrubs & Trees for Bees
Garden Plants for Bees
Seedlings Ready to Go

Growing wild-species plants as have evolved with pollinators over millions of years, and raised from seed, as nature intended, we also raise heritage varieties which have been bred open-pollinated with bees over many generations. All our plants produce pollen and nectar in return for pollination, also producing fruit and viable seed. Our organic seed is produced on certified organic land and guaranteed free of any pesticides whatsoever. Our land is gently grazed and kept naturally weed-free by a flock of sheep now peacefully retired from farming.

‘An estimated 20,000 flowering plant species, upon which many bee species depend for food, could be lost over the coming decades unless conservation efforts are stepped up'(The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) warned in their recent Global Bee Colony Disorders and other Threats to Insect Pollinators report).

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