Some Eco Honeybee Client Hives

Top Bar hive in a rooftop garden in N.W. DC
Top Bar hive in a rooftop garden in N.W. DC
While initially more difficult to install, this Top Bar hive close to Rock Creek Park rules it's local neighborhood and is incredibly happy!
Two hives right off Telegraph Rd. in Alexandria
Two hives right off Telegraph Rd. in Alexandria
This photo is over a year old. This client takes a large amount of pride in having landscaped his hives right into the scheme of his yard. It is very peaceful and pleasant to look at.
Belle Haven Country Club in Alexandria, VA
Belle Haven Country Club in Alexandria, VA
Taken early in the season right after we started it, this hive has grown. Oh, my, how it's grown! It is now over 6 feet tall and we had to stabilize the ground during the summer of 2014 because it had gotten so heavy. It also has an equally successful twin on the other side of the garden plot.
Camp Springs, MD
Camp Springs, MD
Falls Church, VA
Falls Church, VA
This client placed his hives in the remnants of an old Peach Orchard next to his home.
Lorton, VA
Lorton, VA
This client keeps her hive right up close to her home so that it is properly protected from the cold in winter. It is also more easily observed from the bay window. She now has another hive sitting right next to it!
Fairfax Station, VA
Fairfax Station, VA
This client now has a Langstroth hive to provide a little variation to her three Top Bars. One of the Top Bars looks a little different because it came from a different vendor and she inherited it from a friend who left the area.
Falls Church, VA
Falls Church, VA
Placing the final Langstroth hive in the old Peach Orchard
S.E. DC close to Capital Hill
S.E. DC close to Capital Hill
Yes, hives can be placed in urban environments!
S.E. DC close to Capital Hill
S.E. DC close to Capital Hill
A closer view of an Inner city hive. Placed close to the building for safety and warmth in the winter.
Falls Church, VA
Falls Church, VA
A lucky photo. We arrive to inspect just at the right time to see a mother and fawn standing just behind this client's hive! Deer have no problem with beehives in their feeding area. The bees don't mind the deer either!
Falls Church, VA
Falls Church, VA
Close to the National Memorial Cemetery between Rt. 50 and Rt. 29
Center of Falls Church City
Center of Falls Church City
In the backyard on the historic Lawton House right behind the old State Theater in the city of Falls Church. This very successful hive was split in 2014 so now has a twin of equal size right next to it.
Alexandria, VA
Alexandria, VA
One of our commercial clients right off Duke St. This architectural firm specializes in creating buildings that are environmentally friendly and properly utilize their surrounding landscaping.
5000 Block of Georgia Ave N.W. DC
5000 Block of Georgia Ave N.W. DC
Three hives on the roof of a five story apartment building on Georgia Avenue N.W. This client is doing his part to improve the environment in N.W. DC by having hives on the roofs of four of his area apartment complexes.
Alexandria, VA
Alexandria, VA
This happy hive is right on the back porch of this home so it can be more easily enjoyed by it's elderly owner.
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