My name is Dr Margriet Dogterom and am the founder and owner of Beediverse. I write this blog for all who love bees and who want to learn more about these wonderful creatures.
I am continuously on the lookout for items that might be of interest to mason bee enthusiasts.
We have just added a Mason Bee Home kit to our line of Beediverse products.
The neat thing is that it assembles without nails or glue! It includes instructions on how to roll your own paper nesting tubes. This is an awesome product. Another big advantage to this home is that it ships flat. Savings in shipping is significant.
|Kit- Mason Bee Home|
This is the perfect item for people who like to put things together. A great school project!
Once assembled, the Bee home can be set out on an east facing wall, in a sunny location and under an overhang. It houses 40 mason bees and is ready to pollinate your fruit trees.
The kit includes pre-cut wooden bee box, mounting nails, sand paper, pre-cut Kraft paper for 40 bee tubes, dowel for rolling bee tubes, and tape for taping bee tubes.
This home is big enough to fit a Quicklock nesting tray with 30 holes and with room to spare for additional nesting tubes or a release shelter.
Instructions include how to assemble the bee home and how to roll your own bee nesting tubes.
We headed up to Whistler the other day. An annual Christmas gathering of friends. It was a lot of fun. The drive along Howe sound, through Squamish and to Whistler is spectacular with the mountains in their winter coat. Merry Christmas everyone!
|On our way to Whistler, just out of Horshoe Bay|
|The road to Whistler goes along Howe Sound.
The Tantalus Range is in the background
|The spectacular scenery is accentuated with the curves in the road.|
|Mt Garibaldi above Squamish|
|A close up of the Tantalus Range in the setting sun|
|The last rays of sunlight on the Chief rock wall above Squamish.|
|A Christmas scene in Whistler|