It's all the Buzz
Natures own Non-Aggressive Highly Efficient Pollinator
Orchard Mason Bees are very effective pollinators for early flowering fruit trees, nut trees as well as other flowering plants and shrubs, such as blueberries. They are one of the first bees to come out of hibernation and are active during this flowering period when critical pollination is required. About ten Mason Bees per fruit tree are adequate due to their highly efficient pollination.
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Orchard Mason Bees
Native bees like the Blue Orchard Mason Bee are better and more efficient pollinators of spring crops than the commonly known Honey Bee. There are over 130 species of Mason Bees in North America. They are known for pollinating fruit trees, such as cherries, apples, plums, pears, almonds, blueberries, and peaches. The Blue Orchard Mason Bee or Osmia lignaria, is prized for its efficiency in pollinating fruit trees and is one of the few native pollinators that is managed in agriculture and is non-aggressive.
Which is a better pollinator, Honey Bees or Orchard Mason Bees?
Estimates vary, but it is a proven fact that Orchard Mason Bees are many times more efficient at pollinating early flowering trees and shrubs.
Between the Honey Bees and Mason Bees species, which are non-aggressive?
If you guessed Orchard Mason Bees then you are correct. That’s the reason they are called Nature’s Friendly Pollinator.
Which bee is native to North America?
Mason Bees of course. Honey bees were brought to North America from Europe.
Which bee is easier to care for the Honey Bee or the Mason Bee?
It’s the Orchard Mason Bee.