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Bee Lodges-A Beginner’s Guide to Beekeeping

Honey Bees for Sale – Best 5 Bee Lodges You Can Get for Beekeeping


Bee lovers, here are some Mason and honey bees for sale! Yes, you can definitely buy these bees online and offline, but nothing beats keeping your own for pollinating your flowers or trees, especially Mason bees, as they are gentle, non-stinging and remarkable pollinators.

Here are the top 5 bee lodges or houses that you can consider purchasing if you want to start attracting these cute pollinators to your garden now. Or they can act as an educational tool for your kids too. Have fun!

Schrodt Designs Model MB-L Mason Bee Lodge

Mason Bee Lodge

One amazing bee lodge is this Schrodt Bee Lodge, as this is one of the better-looking bee houses around. It is heavy, stable and the roof extends over the holes to keep the interior dry and comfortable for the bees. Installation was easy too, and feedback I have got said that within a month or two, nearly 90 percent of the holes were pollinated.

Also, easily clean it out by removing the back part, and you are ready to start another batch instantly. The brochure attached will make everything clearer to you if you have no prior experience with bees or mason bees.

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Coveside Solitary Bee House

Solitary Bee House

The Coveside Solitary Bee House is easy to upkeep because it requires no maintenance but this type of house is more suitable for native or mason bees which are solitary pollinators. Handcrafted with Eastern white pine wood in the United States, just hang this near your garden, and you are basically done!

Purchase it here.

Mason Bee House

Mason Bee House

Made from long-lasting bamboo, this Mason Bee House is specially designed to attract Mason bees and boost your garden’s productivity by providing a happy home for this peaceful breed of bees, which are great pollinators, visiting as many as 1,000 blooms a day – that is 20 times as many as a honey bee. This house is perfect for hanging against a tree or wall with the morning sun, and these bees will come.

Check out more information here.

Cedar Wood-Mason Bee House



Handmade from Western Cedarwood, this Mason Bee House comes in an attractive diamond shape of 11-inch tall, 4-inch deep and 5-inch wide, and holes that are 5/16 inches replicate the natural cavities that Mason bees are attracted to, making this a great receptacle for attracting these pollinators. The attractive design also makes sure that it is a conversation piece for anyone who steps into your garden.

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BeeAdventure Mason Bee House

This is your perfect starter kit to keep Mason bees because it assembles easily without the need for any tools. The kit includes 25 easy tear straws or nesting tubes, which allow you to check the health of your bees in the harvest and also, the long overhanging and slight angle keeps the straws drier to provide more comfort to the bees.

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Metal Roof Mason Bee House

With a pitched metal roof and many hollow bamboo tubes that measure 1/8-inch to 3/8-inch, this adorable metal roof Mason Bee House is the perfect addition to any yard where trees, fruits, flowers, and herbs need to be pollinated. Its attractive design, construction, and finish will provide a wonderful home to attract the docile Mason bees.

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Tierra Garden 37-565 A-Frame Mason Bee House

Made of fir and durable bamboo, the Tierra Garden Mason Bee House will provide a welcome environment for any Mason bee. You can hang it near your garden, raised beds, flowers or fruit trees, and the Mason bees will come.

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We hope you have got enough details to make an informed choice – do consider one of the above setups for pollinating your garden. We are quite sure you will love it.



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