Green & Blue

Green & Blue

Green&Blue create an innovative, award winning range of products for wildlife and your garden. From bee hotels to bird houses the range is designed to look stunning in your garden whilst providing nesting and resting stations for nature. The bee brick, from Green&Blue, was the winner of the Soil Association's innovation award and is a nesting site for solitary bees. it looks stunning stood in the garden on it's own but it can also be used within construction in place of a standard house brick to create habitat for these vital pollinators right in the framework of a home.

Business addresses

  • Unit 1 new road TR6 0DL Perranporth

Take a look at what this business is doing to cut carbon, reduce waste and help the environment.  It's not an exact science but we hope you will find it useful. 
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  • Yes
  • We're working on it


We’d love our businesses to run on 100% renewable energy.

  • 100% renewable supply


Check out the greenest way to get to this business and how they're working to get their products to you in the greenest possible way.

  • Bicycle parking onsite

Ingredients and materials

We ask our businesses to adhere to the Blue Patch criteria which outlines traceability and ethical sourcing. Please contact the business concerned if you have any specific enquiries.

  • Product traceability


Help reduce landfill and reduce dependance on virgin packaging materials.

  • 100% Recycled packaging
  • 100% Biodegradable packaging
  • Packaging sized appropriately to minimise waste

The work environment

Here are some initiatives taken by Blue Patch businesses to reduce the amount of energy consumed.

  • Workplace energy procedures (eg switching off PCs and lights)
  • LED lighting
  • Controlled heating and ventilation
  • Insulated workspace

solitary bee emerging from the nest

solitary bee emerging from the nest

Check out this capture of what we believe to be a male solitary bee 'assisting' a female from the nest. Males emerge first and seek food and then spend the next couple of weeks waiting for the females to emerge from the nest so that they can mate. The males then disappear whilst the females begin the process again.

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