Do you have fruit trees that used to fruit well but are no longer producing much or any fruit? Perhaps your vegetable garden isn’t as lush as it once was, with fewer vegetables or smaller, misshapen ones.
Another project for the summer "To Do" list ~ Insect Hotel! This will house many Mason and leafcutter bees. The chicken wire is to deter woodpeckers who will consume the larva and also to prevent the canes and drilled wood from falling out.
RBC Blue Water Roof Garden RHS Chelsea Flower Show The walls of the building are covered in circular habitat panels which provide shelter and habitat, again for invertebrates, with a focus on solitary bees.
Masonry Bees that are so integral to our ecosystem. Unlike honeybees or bumble bees, the Masonry Bee is a solitary bee. It has no queen or worker bees. They don’t produce honey or beeswax. Other than mating, their soul purpose is to pollinate.