Use Solitary Pollen Bee Nests
and provide a haven for Mason Bees
in your garden.
It's easy! Place a few Solitary Pollen Bee Nests around your garden in early spring or summer. Add some of the plants on the USDA plant list (included with your Pollen Bee Nest) and some native wild flowers if possible. Now watch for the gentle, solitary bees. Be patient; it sometimes takes the bees a few weeks to locate the nest. It's fascinating (and educational!) to follow the progress of your native bee life-cycle, knowing that you are providing the bees with vital support in the form of a safe haven.