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BeeBuilders Starter Kit

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BeeBuilders Starter Kit

55.00

Includes all you need to build your own habitat for our native pollinators, including:

  • one solitary bee home with a roof in the the color of your choice
  • bamboo to provide a nesting place for up to 13 queen bees
  • 10 cocoons of hibernating solitary bees 
  • detailed instructions on how and where to hang  your home to attract solitary bees
  • packet of bee-friendly seeds to plant in your yard

 

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Our BeeBuilder kit includes all you need to start your own native bee habitat! You will receive one bee dwelling with a roof in the color of your choice to hang on your porch, balcony, or deck to provide a home for our solitary bees. Handmade in Austin, Texas, these beautiful dwellings are made from all-natural and untreated cedar.  Best part? Our bee homes are made to fit together, and you can buy additional homes to create your own solitary bee art!

You will also receive:

  • ­10 cocoons containing either hibernating mason or leafcutter bees ready to emerge to occupy their new bamboo home
  • Renewable bamboo stalks to provide nesting holes for the bees
  • Packet of bee-friendly seeds to plant in your yard
  • Instructions on how to prepare for the emergence of your new bees

Note your shipment will include a certificate code redeemable for 10 cocoons of and free shipping of bees best suited for your region from a solitary bee provider. Watch this video for important tips installing your home and handling and care of your cocoons.  

Spring mason bees are not recommended for Alaska and the gulf coast regions of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas.   Current agricultural restrictions prohibit the shipment of bees to the state of Hawaii.