Mason Bees Continuing Education
About this Class
Mason bees are solitary bees which make compartments with mud walls in hollow reeds or holes in wood.
They often come out in time to pollinate our native flora, starting with redbuds, and only last for weeks before disappearing until the following year. Discover how to attract and encourage these harmless bees to pollinate your apples and early crops. The nests are smaller, cheaper, and easier to manage than honey bees.
This is a one session class on February 22 at 9:00 am.
Please enter through the Business Entrance on Conservatory Road. Please remember that many courses are extremely popular and will sell out quickly. Register now to begin your journey in lifelong learning at Longwood Gardens.