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Frequently Asked Questions

Isn't cedar bad for bees and other insects? Doesn't it repel them?
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Western red cedar is a standard wood used for hives in the UK and other places. It's very different from Spanish cedar or other aromatic cedars commonly used to deter moths and other insects. It's very common to find feral honey bee colonies living inside hollow western red cedar trees.