Mason bees, which are non-aggressive and rarely sting, look rather like a harmless house fly. They emerge from their cocoons early in the spring, pollinating anything that is blooming.
Mason bees, which are non-aggressive and rarely sting, look rather like a harmless house fly. They emerge from their cocoons early in the spring, pollinating anything that is blooming. Missy Anderson Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Mason bees, which are non-aggressive and rarely sting, look rather like a harmless house fly. They emerge from their cocoons early in the spring, pollinating anything that is blooming. Missy Anderson Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Ask a Gardener: Mason bees are a friendly pollinator

February 06, 2016 07:54 AM

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