Native Solitary Bees Hotel - large
Bee Hotels aim to increase pollination activity in your garden by boosting local native Solitary bee populations.
Solitary bees do not produce honey, but are essential for pollinating our native flora. The bee house works as an artificial nest where the bees will come and deposit pollen/nectar and eggs before sealing off the entrance with either leaf, resin or clay/mud.
Just place your Native Bee Hotel in a sheltered area protected from direct rain, spiders and ants. But mostly, place them in an area where they can be viewed and enjoyed. Bees love to search for spots under the eaves of your house, so verandahs or patios are perfect places. They are non-aggressive and quite docile.
For more information visit wwww.solitarybees.com.au