Mason Bees & Pollinators
Mason bees are a type of solitary bee that become active from April to June and are great for pollinating backyard gardens. We will have our cocoons and nesting supplies ready for purchase in March 2024. Visit our Mason Bee Education Page to learn more about these amazing pollinators!
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Mason Bee Home
A protected place for you mason bees to build their nests thanks to the blue predator guard. This home has everything you need to provide your spring mason bees with a cozy nesting place, including nesting trays for 30 mason bees.
Note: The predator guard on the house you will receive may be a different color than shown in the picture
Mason Bee Observer
Our mason bee observer makes it easy to peek into the secret life of these gentle bees. This nesting tray is easy to install and a fun way to learn about spring mason bees. Place inside your bee house and watch them build their nesting chambers and laying eggs through the clear window.
Native Bee Chalet
This popular native bee chalet is made from beautiful Northwest cedar. The overhanging roof shelters the nesting tubes and cocoons from the rain while the attic provides a sheltered space to place your new cocoons. Can be used for spring mason bees or summer leafcutter bees. Read more about mason bees here or about leafcutter bees here.