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How to create your own Bee Block:      Ask your local timber yard to cut you a foot long 4×4 piece of wood. A log or piece of driftwood looks pretty cool.     Drill lots of 5/16 inch holes     Drill one in the back to hang in a sunny spot. Ideally the best location is on the South or East side, where the sun will wake them up each day.

Masonry Bees that are so integral to our ecosystem. Unlike honeybees or bumble bees, the Masonry Bee is a solitary bee. It has no queen or worker bees. They don’t produce honey or beeswax. Other than mating, their soul purpose is to pollinate.

... I think it's the dappled light through the plant canopy on the very rational cleam modern lines of the untreated timber that appeals to me the most in this image.

Hastings Tile & Bath has introduced an amazing tile collection that gives you the look of wood without any of the maintenance issues. The PLI Distressed Wood Series offers a wide array of porcelain tiles in "wood" finishes which are perfect for both

Instead of using stone or timbers, make an attractive, long-lasting retaining wall from pressure-treated 2x4s, plywood and trim boards. Construction is fast and simple, and the materials are much lighter to work with.

Instead of using stone or timbers, make an attractive, long-lasting retaining wall from pressure-treated plywood and trim boards. Construction is fast and simple, and the materials are much lighter to work with. How to Build a Retaining Wall - Summary