Here's a simple way to attract more pollinators to your garden. Mason bees have been found to substantially increase yields in all sorts of crops, from fruit to nut trees. If you've planted almonds, blueberries, cherries, strawberries, or raspberries, see what happens when you bring mason bees in to nest!
Attract (and keep!) more pollinators to your garden with this dual-purpose container. Planter box houses your favorite nectar-rich flowers above, and gives non-stinging mason bees a convenient place to nest below. Can be set on a level surface or hung on a wall or fence.
For use with our Mason Bee House and Planter Combo. Nesting tubes should be replaced every spring, after resident mason bees have emerged.
Five types of flower seed from our friends at High Mowing Organic Seed to bring (and safely feed!) more bees to your garden.
Designed to reflect the beauty of these pollinators, the Monarch Migration Station provides a 10 inch planting depth! It serves as a stunning focal point for courtyards, patios, or as a center-piece of your butterfly garden.
Winged victory! A triumph of design and decoration, this butterfly house consists of a solid copper hipped roof, select cypress siding dressed with authentic corner boards, slotted front and copper butterfly adornments. A copper-covered cleanout and 20" mounting stake included. A brilliant touch for your flower garden or backyard. Proudly hand-crafted by Heartwood in the USA.
Excellent for small spaces, this butterfly house will have much fluttering to come. Copper trim on the hand-shingled roof pops off for easy cleaning, and a screw on stake is included. Made of rot- and insect-resistant cypress wood. Proudly hand-crafted by Heartwood in the USA.
Create an ideal environment for nature’s most delicate creation and enjoy the presence of butterflies flitting through your gardens all season long. This beautiful butterfly house puts out the welcome mat while also giving your garden a striking accent. Sturdy cypress wood with a vibrant painted finish. Proudly hand-crafted by Heartwood in the USA.
Place this sweet little bee feeder in the garden and you'll be making sure our buzzy friends have a reliable source of food at all times. Inside, a textured spike gives bees a safe place to land and drink up the syrup you've mixed for them (2 parts sugar to 1 part water). Be sure to check on it once in a while and refill it when flower blooms are sparse.
Developed by professional butterfly breeders, this Butterfly Nectar provides essential nutrients and will attract more butterflies to your yard and gardens. Mixed with water, it can be used in butterfly feeders, or further diluted and sprayed on flowers. 5 oz. package makes 3-1/2 quarts of nectar.
Inside a dramatic dahlia bloom, a crackle glass bowl holds a sponge that will soak up butterfly nectar (sold separately), and give these winged beauties a safe place to perch and sip. Place some orange slices on the leaves to further encourage butterflies to visit.
A group of butterflies is called a kaleidoscope — and that's what you'll attract with this lovely butterfly feeder. The rippled blue glass bowl fits securely atop the metal stake, and the bright yellow sponge gives butterflies a place to alight and dine. Fill with sweet, nutritious butterfly nectar, sold separately, and enjoy knowing that you're helping these ethereal insects thrive.
Bumblebees are under constant threat from dwindling habitats and disease. Help out these valuable pollinators by providing a potential nesting site. Patterned after a honey bee skep, this shelter offers bumblebees a warm, dry place to nest. It's designed for the specific needs of bumblebees, with a single entry and ventilation holes to prevent condensation.
This vintage-style bat house has a weathered look made from solid wood that will last for generations. Ventilation is built right in — welcoming to any smart bat! Proudly hand-crafted by Heartwood in the USA.
Just when bats are finally being recognized as nature's most effective insect control, they are losing their natural habitat. In fact, the little brown bat is an endangered species. This attractive house is designed by folks who really understand these gentle, misunderstood mammals. It has features not found on plain "bat boxes:" thick pine walls for insulation, screen for easy climbing, and an "echolocation" slot that guides them home.
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