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About Mason Bees. Native bees, of which there are more than 4,000 species in the U.S., are proving to be much hardier than honeybees. Why? First, they are solitary; they work for themselves and live independently. This makes them far less susceptible to disease. And second, because they don’t live in hives, they can’t be “enslaved” for commercial agriculture, which increases their exposure to toxins and takes them out of their natural habitat. Read more about beneficial mason bees on our blog.
About Mason Bees...Boost your garden's productivity by providing a Mason Bee House for peaceful, non-stinging bees. As bee populations struggle, home gardeners can play an important role in attracting bees and other pollinators....
About Mason Bees, Beneficial Bees: Gardener's Supply
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Dried pansy decoupaged onto a river rock. Fun!
rustic fall table setting
Sweet Something Designs: Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
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why not !!!: Land Art
bent twig plant support
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Twig Plant Marker How-To 1. Gather small branches, about 1/4 to 1/2 inch around, in an easily worked but sturdy wood, such as maple. 2. With a vegetable peeler, strip a couple of inches of bark at one end, making a flat surface, and use permanent marker [or stamps + ink] to record the name. Note: If the wood is green and oozing sap, let it dry overnight before writing.
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So unique, your own little Manzanita forest!! A completely carefree terrarium! These three attached glass globes are planted with polished gravel, bright green preserved moss and little Manzanita trees. No water or light needed. Bring some eye-catching nature into your home. Perfect for the office, no maintenance to worry about.