So the house is designed so that you can unscrew it and remove the layers and the bees cocooned between the layers so you can clean the house and the bees and hibernate them. The drawback is that the first row of holes at the top are drilled so that you can not open them at all and makes no sense otherwise. Why make it so you can open up the layers but you cant with the 4 holes at the top? Each hole probably has about 8 bees cocooned in them. If you have no interest in removing your mason bees and cleaning them and hibernating them over the winter then this product works fine but I remove mine and clean everything to make sure not to get mites etc in the cocoons and to set them out at an appropriate time in the Spring.
Super cute and my Dad is excited to try it out next year. It was a little smaller than I expected but I didn't even check for the deminsions so completely my fault. I would definitely recommend.
Winston Salem, NC
Quality product, very interested to see how it goes!
Bought this as a gift for my gardening husband for Father's Day. He said it was the perfect gift and he's super excited to put it in the garden!
This is so cute and well made. No tenants just yet but we are hopeful!
Made my recipient so happy.
This little hive is cute and beneficial to a garden in ways that many gardeners wouldn't think of. I wish everyone had one to help preserve colonies of helpful bees!!
Best beehouse I've bought so far
Toms River, NJ
After getting my gardens established, I can finally add this lovely Mason Bee House! It looks perfect for my garden.
Thank you uncommon goods for always providing great products and service!