NEWS - Better Homes and Gardens Article - "This Company Lets You Rent Bees to Bulk Up Your Local Pollinator Population"

March 17, 2020

NEWS - Better Homes and Gardens Article -

"Bees are crucial pollinators for many plants such as wildflowers, fruits, and vegetables. In addition to planting plenty of flowers that produce pollen and nectar for them to feast on, one of the best ways you can help increase their numbers is to give bees a safe place to live in your yard. That doesn't mean you have to don a veil and set up a hive for honeybees; Rent Mason Bees has made it super easy to play host to gentle native bees that don't need hives."

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