Support The Pollinators!
Provide a safe place for mason bees to build their homes with this small but impactful wooden house. Once in use, the bees lay their eggs within the tube structures, and seal them up with mud. Then, in the early Spring the young bees emerge from the tubes. Females will later return to the house to lay eggs in the future for the cycle to continue.
Eco-Friendly & Easy To Use
Simply place in a location that gets morning sunlight, under an overhang if possible. By keeping it 5 – 7 feet above ground and near plants and flowers, the bees are able to find safety. Once it is put up, you have begun to help the growth of wildlife and our best pollinators!
- Instructions located above in images section
- Wood panel on back; tubes open to front only
- 7.75" H x 7.5" L x 4.25" D
Well made and reasonably priced. Love the colors!
I bought two in different colors, purple and blue. They are handing on the peach tree in the middle of my garden. Love the way they look. I hope the bees like them too!
I just received the Pink & Blue & have hung them from a shepherd's hook that won't support my hanging baskets any longer. I used reusable rubber gear ties I found today @ Lowe's that worked much better than the chain & S-hooks I thought I wanted. You have to bring them in during the winter months to protect the larvae laid inside so this will be interesting to see if mine fill up & thrive. I placed them in my flower bed that also has 4 tomato plants & 2 pepper plants & my yellow squash doing well there. <3