BeeWeaver Photo Cards
Choose from one of three different photographs taken at our honey farm by photographer Woody Welch.
Photo is printed in full size on the front of the card, with information about each photo printed on the back of the card. The inside of the card is blank, perfect for a personalized message for a loved one!
Each photo card comes with a white vellum-finish envelope.
A honey bee collects pollen from a bluebonnet, the state flower of Texas. Pollen provides protein to developing bees in her colony. About one-third of the world's food is derived from insect pollination; honey bees perform eighty percent of this task.
Worker bees, the sexually underdeveloped females, perform chores necessary to keep the colony safe, healthy, and well-nourished. The worker bees build perfect hexagonal cells from wax they produce. They store pollen and honey, as well as raise their young in the comb.
Honey bees are harvested by Danny Weaver by "shaking" the colony. The bees are shaken through a queen excluder to ensure the colony's queen is not robbed from the hive. The worker bees are then used to regenerate colonies for honey production and pollination world-wide.