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Mason Bees in Your Garden

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When: Feb 20, 2018 from 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Contact:
Erin Law
971-222-6119

Feb 20 |Join Mark Fitzsimons and learn how you can keep a population of these early spring pollinators close at hand when fruit trees and berries bushes are blooming.

Feb. 20th (Tues), 7PM - 9PM: Class in Heron Hall

Mason Bee - Line Sabroe
Mason Bee - Line Sabroe
 
The Blue Orchard Mason Bee, Osmia lignaria, is truly a gardener's best friend. Attract this gentle pollinator to your garden and reap the benefits of its thorough early spring activity. This Pacific Northwest native does not form a hive, is not aggressive, stays active in cool weather, and pollinates an estimated 95% of the flowers it visits. Native-pollinator enthusiast Mark Fitzsimons will teach you how to keep a population of these early spring pollinators close at hand when fruit trees and berry bushes are blooming.

Fee for Class: $14 (Event type = adult class)

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