In 2018 over 18,000 people pledged to plant a pot of bee friendly plants in order to help save the bees.

This year we are encouraging even more people to plant one or more pots of bee friendly flowers. There are over £5,000 of prizes to be won, plus National Garden Gift Vouchers to be won every month.

Register your pledge now; it’s as easy as one, two, bee!

BEE GARDEN PLANNER

Important information: Due to high demand we have now exhausted stocks of the bee garden planner, but we hope that gardeners will still pledge to Plant a Pot.
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Take a look below to see how many pledges we have had so far.
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Why are bees disappearing?

There is something serious going on with the world’s bees. For nearly 2 decades, bees everywhere have been disappearing by the millions. Bees are incredible pollinators, and the only insect to produce food for us humans! They may be small, but bees, humans and plants are completely linked and the decline of bees can only impact hugely on our lives.

How are Hozelock helping?

We’ve got a bee in our bonnet about helping our friends the bees! With the help of Bizzi, our friendly bee, we are encouraging everyone to plant one or more pots of bee friendly plants to help save the bees. We are donating to help the Flowers for Bees campaign, in partnership with O.F.A. to achieve their goal of protecting bees, through their research, development, training and education programmes.

How can you help the bees?

Simple – plant pots of bee friendly plants to provide pollen and nectar for bees. Everyone can do this – even if you don’t have a garden, a pot or two on a balcony or doorstep can make all the difference.