Homestead Essentials Native Mason Bee and Leafcutter Bee House | Bamboo Hollow Tubes and Flame-Treated Wood | Tree or Wall Mount


Homestead Essentials Native Mason Bee and Leafcutter Bee House | Bamboo Hollow Tubes and Flame-Treated Wood | Tree or Wall Mount
Homestead Essentials Native Mason Bee and Leafcutter Bee House | Bamboo Hollow Tubes and Flame-Treated Wood | Tree or Wall Mount
Features
  • ATTRACTING NATIVE BEES: Place the bee house outside facing the direction of the morning sun and add a garden with native plants nearby.
  • FLAME-TREATED AND NATURAL BAMBOO: Designed to fit into nature seamlessly and resist rot
  • WHAT FLOWERS SHOULD YOU PLANT? Ensuring your bee house is surrounded by the right pollen sources can help attract bees to your bee house. Shallow blossom such as daisies, zinnias, and asters. As well as nepeta, salvia, oregano, mint, and lavender for long-tongued bees.
  • SUPPORT THE BEES: Place a native bee house in your backyard and support your hard working neighborhood bees, you depend on them.
  • WE DEPEND ON NATIVE POLLINATORS: Approximately 30% of our food supply and 90% of wild plants depend on pollination from native bees.
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