Spriggly's Bees

Brannen Basham (age 30) and Jill Jacobs (age 29), owners of Spriggly’s Beescaping stand next to their pollinator exhibit at Love Lane Flower Farm in Waynesville.

Spriggly’s Beescaping is a new small business located in Waynesville that offers workshops, products, and services to create environments that support beneficial pollinators.

Husband and wife team, Brannen Basham and Jill Jacobs, a young couple who relocated to the region from the Philadelphia area in June 2016 started the business.

Spriggly’s puts a special focus on supporting the 4,000 species of native bees located in the United States and Canada. They offer affordable, low-maintenance solutions that any gardener can implement to support native pollinators and increase production in their garden or farm.

In addition, Spriggly’s provides a series of educational opportunities for individuals, community groups, educational institutions, and K-12 students, which include on-site workshops, installations, lectures, and more.

Spriggly’s also sells Native Bee Cabins as well as education kits that can be ordered nationwide. Exhibits include a series of “Native Bee Cabins” that are educational, resourceful, and functional, providing home-sites for native bees.

Spriggly’s also offers assistance with honeybee hive set-up and maintenance, along with the removal of honeybee swarms. To learn more, visit www.Sprigglys.com, contact info@sprigglys.com, or connect on social media @Sprigglys_Beescaping on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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