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The inside of mason and leafcutter blocks

We open up mason and leafcutter blocks to show you the inside and intricate work of solitary bees.

Many people love to raise their own solitary bees, so we’ll show you why it’s important to harvest and clean your cocoons every fall. When you rent, we do all the harvest and cleaning for you. Come take a look and learn more about how to care for solitary bees.

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Bee Amazed

Mason bees
visit up to
2,000
flowers a day
400 Mason bees
do the work of
40,000
honey bees
One Mason bee
block can hold
500
eggs
Farmers
release
1,000
bees per acre
to pollinate their
crops