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July 05, 2018

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Honey tastes more than "sweet"

Tasting honey is as fine an art as wine tasting, and just as fun! So how about hosting a honey tasting with your friends to show off your very own Flow Hive harvested honey. Each Flow Frame of honey holds a treasure of uniquely flavoured and coloured honey.

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July 04, 2018

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Flavour straight from the flower to your plate

The delicate floral bouquet of freshly harvested honey tells the story of your bees and flowers they visited… and with a Flow Hive that story is able to be clearly told (and tasted… and smelt!).

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March 20, 2018

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Ways to get your hive a-buzzing

Bees won’t find their way into an empty beehive, even though it’s designed to be a perfect home for them. This article shares a number of ways to get bees to call a Flow brood box home!

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March 18, 2018

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Beginner beekeeping with a Flow Hive

There’s much more to beekeeping than just harvesting honey. Flow Hive beekeeper Hilary Kearney looks at what newbees should do when their Flow Hive arrives.

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March 01, 2018

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Suggestions to help you overcome your newbee beekeeper nerves

If this is your first time keeping bees, there can be a lot to learn as a beginner! It can feel daunting – we are here to help with some tips to on what to do to make your journey flow more smoothly.

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February 28, 2018

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How to catch a swarm of bees

Catching a swarm is one of the most joyous parts of beekeeping and it is an easy and free way to bolster your apiary! Read on to find out how you can catch a swarm.

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February 15, 2018

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It’s Flow time! Setting up and preparing for spring

For beekeepers, spring does not always start where it is marked on the calendar. Even within specific regions, the climate differs from year to year. Instead, a beekeeper must pay attention to the weather patterns, what’s blooming and, most importantly, their bees to determine when spring actually begins. So, as we approach the official spring months, what should you be looking for inside (and outside) your hives?

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