♡GOD SAVE THE QUEEN♡

Greeting Cards

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laureen warrington

Juan Les Pins, France

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4" x 6" 5" x 7.5" 4" x 6"

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  • 300gsm card with a satin finish
  • Supplied with kraft envelopes
  • Discount of 20% on every order of 8+ cards

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Artist's Description

Albert Einstein made the statement ” If honey bees become extinct, human society will follow in four years.” He was speaking in regard to the symbiotic relationship of all life on the planet. All part of a huge interconnected ecosystem, each element playing a role dependant on many other elements all working in concert creating the symphony of life. Should any part of the global body suffer, so does the whole body.

The honey bee queen usually has distinct characteristics compared to other members of the colony. There is only one queen in every colony, whereas the number of worker bees in a colony can reach up to more than 100,000. Usually, twelve worker bees will surround and attend to the queen in her court. The queen is constantly guarded, groomed and fed with royal jelly by the workers. Royal jelly is a type of syrup that is high in protein which is produced by the young worker bees.

A honey bee queen leaves her hive early in her life to mate with the drones. she usually goes on several mating flights and then will return to her hive. The queen bee usually starts laying eggs in the hexagonal chambers of the comb within a week after mating and she may live up to five years and lay up to over 1 million eggs during her lifetime. The egg is soft, has an oval shape, has a white color and it will hatch into a larvae in three days.

The existence of the queen bee actually determines the stability and survival of the colony. A hive can only be productive when it has a good queen. When a queen bee grows old, the amount of pheromones will decrease and this is a message to the worker bees that the time has come to replace her with a new queen. whenever a hive loses its queen, and all the eggs in the worker-cells are hatched, the bees will breed a new queen. Some beekeepers, however, make it a routine to replace the queens every few seasons for productivity reasons. This is because an older queen has less capability in laying eggs, making the size of the colony smaller. http://www.honey-for-health.com/honey-bee-queen...

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