Beekeeping forum: Mason Bees Buying

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Name: Shannon
Burkeville,Va (Zone 7a)
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Shannon
Jan 9, 2015 7:58 PM CST
Hello,

One thing I noticed here in RI there are not many bees. I would Love to have Honey bees
but, it looks like Mason bees will be easier to take care of.

Where can I purchase them?

Thank you,
Shannon
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Name: Margaret
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Mindy03
Jan 20, 2015 2:34 PM CST

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Hi Shannon
I apologize for taking so long to answer. I'm still catching up after being ill.

Another member mentioned Crown Bees as a source for mason bees.
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Name: Shannon
Burkeville,Va (Zone 7a)
The House on the Hill Gardens
Roses Butterflies Seed Starter Enjoys or suffers cold winters Birds Peonies
Sedums Hostas Cottage Gardener Echinacea Clematis Irises
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Shannon
Jan 20, 2015 4:49 PM CST
That's ok. Glad to know that you are feeling better. A lot of that going around. And I will check Crown Bees out Thumbs up
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