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To successfully raise Mason Bees you must provide, fruit trees or flowers (Mason Bees love wildflowers) a nest, a shelter, mud.
These are very easy to provide, for well under a hundred dollars, and that includes the Mason Bees. To raise Blue Mason Bees, you’ll need, only 15 minutes to set up.
You’ll need the following –
Flowers- Sometimes they call Mason Bees, “Orchard Bees” they love fruit blossoms and excel at pollinating all kinds of fruit.
In an almond grove in California, Mason Bees increased the yield, on a hundred-acre plot, by 800 pounds per acre, overusing honeybees; at $1.95 per pound, therefore the grower netted an extra $156,000, in short; they’ll do the same for your garden.