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  • Beth Carnaghi

    Early American Gardens: Garden History - Practical Structures - Beehive

  • Aiyanasphere

    For the Bees Knees tattoo

  • Casa Jacaranda

    Bee hive illustration.

  • Kristen Holliday

    From Early American Gardens blog: an English Woodcutting of a Bee Skep

  • Berry Pimbo

    English woodcut 1658. A beehive is a receptacle used as a home for bees. Most beehives are built by bees, but some are manmade. Honey bees weren't native to North America, and were brought over by the English colonists in the early 17th century.

  • Kat Lawday

    Vintage bee art

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Early American Gardens: Garden History - Practical Structures - Beehive

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What if someday Jason and I have a farm we could raise bee's in gorgeous beehives like this. I think I would like it!

beeskep... love this!

awwwesome!!! never seen one displayed like this. What about the weather!! all the ones I've seen have always had some kind of shelter provided.