Mud… It’s important!

THIS IS THE NUMBER ONE REASON SPRING MASON BEES WILL NOT NEST IN YOUR YARD. READ THIS SECTION CLOSELY. The female spring mason bee lays one egg at a time in an existing nesting hole. She then seals each “chamber” with mud.You can help her protect her eggs by providing a small amount of mud near the nest.  Do NOT assume that because you have an exposed garden, and it’s wet, that this will work. Plants do best with great organic soil rich with fibers and nutrients.   Talcum powder size grain up to sizes smaller than small grains of
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