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  • 6. How to Raise Wild Bees & Bee Hotels 6.3 Spring: Bee House Set Up 6.3 Spring: Bee House Set Up Hole-nesting bees need a bee house to protect their nesting holes from wind, rain, and if necessary, birds. The bee house should provide a little spot for the cocoons to emerge and a roof that is 2-3” longer than the nesting holes. If you paint the bee house, allow plenty of time, about a month, for the paint to cure because the smell of wet paint...
  • 5. How to Raise Summer Leafcutter Bees 5.2 Summer: Bee House Set Up 5.2 Summer: Bee House Set Up Hole-nesting bees need a bee house to protect their nesting holes from wind, rain, and if necessary, birds. The bee house should provide a little spot for the cocoons to emerge and a roof that is 2-3” longer than the nesting holes. If you paint the bee house, allow plenty of time, about a month, for the paint to cure, because the smell of wet pain...
  • LEARN: 4. How to Raise Spring Mason Bees 4.2 Spring: Bee House Set Up 4.2 Spring: Bee House Set Up Hole-nesting bees need a bee house to protect their nesting holes from wind, rain, and if necessary, birds. The bee house should provide a little spot for the cocoons to emerge and a roof that is 2-3” longer than the nesting holes. If you paint the bee house, allow plenty of time, about a month, for the paint to cure because the smell of wet pai...
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Instructions: InvitaBee Attractant

Our InvitaBee attractants are proprietary products that contain a nesting scent attractive to spring mason bees or summer leafcutter bees. Our bees like to nest where bees have nested before and InvitaBee makes your nesting holes smell like home.

Instructions: Easy-Tear Inserts

Spring Easy-Tear Inserts: your mason bees should have clean nesting holes each year. Insert refills open easily and are designed for use with spring BeeTubes (8mm) or drilled blocks of wood.

Instructions: BeeTubes

Our cardboard BeeTubes are a low-cost nesting material and all of our BeeTubes are 6 inches in length. We offer BeeTubes in 4mm, 6mm, and 8mm diameters for wild bees, summer leafcutter bees, and spring mason bees. The paper material allows moisture to move through the walls reducing moldy cocoons and improving bee health.

Pollinator Week: Native Bee Research

To celebrate National Pollinator Week 2017, Crown Bees featured the work of researchers that are studying native bees across the country. Many of the researchers sourced nesting materials or hole-nesting bee cocoons from Crown Bees.

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