oh, how exciting .. how long do they live, then? BTW, I knew I'd seen a good post about growing rosemary recently:http://inmykitchengarden.blogspot.com/2008/03/herbs-in-garden-beyond-tips-growing.html(hope the link came out all right!)
Hi hedgewitch...6 - 8 weeks, Not long is it, after spending a year in a tube. Lovely bees to, they are passive, do not sting.Tks re Rosemary willcheck it out.
Hi Cheryl,Tell them to bring their umbrellas, they might need them...
Is this a sign of good weather coming our way then :-) Good luck to your bees!
How exciting about the bees! Almost like giving birth :}. Can't wait til the next installment.
Hi Mark, Chris and BeckieIt is exciting. Weather is still awful here, hope they know something that we don't.I shall get the brollies ready Mark.
Dear Cheryl,Oh My Goodness!!!I am so excited! It will bee wonderful to see them. I have seen some small black bees in my gardens but I am not sure if they are Masons or not. So far no activity in my bee box. The apple tree is not in bloom yet so maybe it will be a week or two before tha Masons come to my house.I am lookingforward to the next update.Thank you so very much for introducing me to these darlings.I am smittem with the bee.Sherry
They are teasing me this year Sherry. The wind is from the north today and they have stayed snug.
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