Crown Bees BeeBasic Kit with Choice of 10 Spring Blue Orchard Mason Bees or 50 Summer Leafcutter Bees at Tractor Supply Co.
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Crown Bees BeeBasic Kit with Choice of 10 Spring Blue Orchard Mason Bees or 50 Summer Leafcutter Bees

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Gardeners can easily and safely add native, gentle, solitary bees to their yard for spring and summer garden pollination! This complete kit from Crown Bees features a durable BeeHut bee house, nesting tubes, and choice of Spring Blue Orchard mason bees or Summer Leafcutter bees. Kit is designed for gardeners desiring to wade into the raising of food-producing pollinators.

  • Weather-resistant PVC bee house (mounts easily to any flat surface)
  • 25 nesting tubes for solitary spring bees
  • 25 nesting tubes for solitary summer bees
  • Certificate for 10 Spring Blue Orchard Mason bees or 50 Summer Leafcutter Bees
  • Certificate is easily redeemed online and bees are shipped directly to your door with release instructions. Kit price includes shipping of bees
  • Instructions outlining house and nesting hole setup as well as the release and management of both seasonal bees

Note: This product may require up to 2 additional days for order processing prior to shipping

Specification Description
Package Length: 9 in.
Brand: Crown Bees
Package Height: 4 in.
Package Weight: 1.2 lb.
Number of Pieces: 53
Package Width: 6 in.
Product Type: Bees
Manufacturer Part Number 310703-W

Do these bees sting? I don't want them to sting the kids. Thanks.

Asked by: Spudda
Leafcutter bees are not aggressive; they only sting if they are manipulated and usually they bite before they sting. Mason bees are very shy and only sting if they perceive serious danger. The male mason bees do not have stingers.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-04-13

What is the best time of year to order these if one has no prior beekeeeping experience?

Asked by: polloloco5
It would be best to start planning ahead in late winter to get the hive started in spring, which is the ideal time to begin your hive. As soon as the weather begins to warm up and flowers start to bloom, you can set up your hive.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-03-04
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