27 Incredibly Beautiful Bee Hotels (And Why You Should Build One!)

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Not all bees live in big hives and not all have a propensity to sting. But, most bees can still be beneficial to your garden as prolific little pollinators. These bees are loners and tend to nest in small holes and sleeves found naturally. However, you can create bee hotels to attract these fruitful flower hoppers.

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27 Incredibly Beautiful Bee Hotels


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