End of hibernation
Our remaining bees have woken up from hibernation and are flying out from the beehives on the roof of the Secession. The queen can lay up to 1,500 eggs a day, so the bee colony grows rapidly within a very short time. On this photo, you can already see capped cells from which the young bees will soon hatch.
In some of the open honeycombs you can see the rolled up maggots, which are fed with pollen and honey.
Secession honey from our beehives in the shop