Mason Bees & Pollinators
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DIY Bat Box Kit
Did you know that bats can eat up to 1000 bats in an hour! And over 500 plant species rely on bats to pollinate their flowers. With this kit you can assemble your own bat habitat. It includes a pre-cut wood structure and screws for assembly. Set your bat house up at the beginning of April or at the end of summer.
Provide a safe habitat for beneficial garden insects with this insect hotel. This hotel attracts spring mason bees, ladybugs, butterflies and tons of other little creatures that you want to have in your garden. Mason bees can pollinate up to 1500 blossoms per day! Sturdy pine construction.
Leafcutter Bee Chalet
This popular summer leafcutter 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. Read more about leafcutter bees here.
Leafcutter Bee Home
This chalet is the perfect shelter for your leafcutter bees to build their nests. Safe from predators thanks to the yellow guard. This house includes a nesting block with 6mm diameter openings for summer leafcutter bees and a wooden dowel for harvesting cocoons.
Note: The predator guard on the house you will receive is yellow.
Leafcutter Bee House With Nesting Tray
Crafted from durable high quality wood, this bee house is the perfect nesting habitat for summer leafcutter bees. This leafcutter bee house is ready to be stained, varnished, painted the colour of your choice or left to weather naturally. The house includes reusable wood nesting trays with the 6mm size nesting holes that summer leafcutter bees prefer. The trays are easy to open to remove the leafcutter bee cocoons and the structure will save you time while cleaning. Read more about leafcutter bees here.
Leafcutter Bee Nesting Tubes
These summer leafcutter bee nesting tubes are easy to open when harvesting your bee cocoons in the spring. The diameter of the tubes is 6mm, to the preference of summer leafcutter bees. Made from 100% recyclable paper, free of plastics that trap moisture.
Leafcutter Bee Observer
Our leafcutter 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 summer leafcutter bees. Place inside your bee house and watch them build their nesting chambers and laying eggs through the clear window.
Mason Bee Castle
We recommend getting a mason bee castle if you have 60+ mason bee cocoons. This solid cedar house provides enough nesting holes for 60 female spring mason bees and is easy to clean. The wooden predator guard will keep your bees safe. Turn the lever and slide the guard out to access the nesting trays. The attic provides enough space for safe storage of your cocoons.
This is the perfect castle for large gardens, small orchards and mason bee enthusiasts.
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 is blue.
Mason Bee Reeds
These natural reeds are 6″ long with varied hole sizes from 7 to 10 mm. The slight size variation gives a female bee the choice of a nesting hole that is just right for her. These reeds are hand gathered and cut so that each reed has a node at the back preventing parasitic wasps from entering it.
Easy to open at harvest time, and perfect for spring mason bees, other hole nesting bees as well as beneficial pollinating wasps.
Package contains 25 reeds.
Wild Bee Motel
Curious about wild bees in your neighbourhood? Try our new wild bee motel, designed to attract and support the existing bee population around us.
Each kit includes a chalet house, pheromone attractants, 70 beetubes in assorted sizes, 40 easy to clean natural reed tubes in assorted sizes, and 2 wooden boards for carpenter bees (who are able to buzz-pollinate tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and cranberries).
A great experience! Just set up neat your flowers and get to know your native bees.