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  • About Mason Bees
    Learn how to put mason bees to work, pollinating your garden.
  • Attracting Beneficial Bees
    Planting pollen- and nectar-rich flowers is a very important way to help counter the decline in pollinator populations. Most bees are attracted to flowers for their pollen as well as their nectar.
  • Instructions for the Mason Bee House
    Orchard mason bees are small bees native to North America and are very good pollinators for flowers and fruit trees. They visit as many a 1,000 blooms per day.
  • Pollinator Garden Plan for Attracting Bees
    This garden puts out the welcome mat for honey bees, native bees, and other beneficial insects. While the bees are sipping nectar and collecting pollen, you'll enjoy a beautiful raised bed garden that produces flowers in every season, spring through fall.
  • All About Yellow Jackets, Bees and Their Kin
    How to identify yellow jackets, honeybees, bumblebees and other stinging insects. Techniques for preventing problems.
  • Attracting Butterflies, Hummingbirds and Other Pollinators
    Five ways gardeners can welcome pollinators; a list of plants that attract butterflies, hummingbirds and beneficial bees.
  • Yellow Jacket FAQs
    Often confused with bees, yellow jackets are much more aggressive, and most reported "bee stings" may in fact be yellow jacket stings. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions.