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Tubes of hibernating mason bees plugged with mud will soon hatch and fill the empty tubes. Special to
Feb. 4, 2010 in Washington Voices on Page S4
Honey bees aren’t the only bees out there that can pollinate our plants. There are native bees that work just as hard and with a little encouragement will set up …
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