When: Fri., March 31, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. 2017
Come to the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden to learn how to create a home for solitary bees in your garden or yard. Solitary bees, unlike honeybees, don’t live in colonies. They seek cavities for nesting and hibernation. Solitary bees are just as necessary for pollination as honeybees. Learn types of simple structures you can build, how to choose a location for your solitary bee home and take home a bee condo to get you started. Bring weather appropriate outerwear.
Price: Tickets start at $35