They only sell Queens no package bees. And yes they were to working the tomatoes. I sit out there and watch them. Other wise i have to hand pollinate. I have only seen one bumble bee the whole year. And the Heirloom tomato has a huge yellow flower. I have had bees all over the tomatos when the bees were down the street and I know they were from there. The best heirloom tomato growers use bees to help them pollinate there tomatoes as we cant hand pollinate over 200 tomato plants when they are 10ft tall. I had 96 tomato varietys and 150 plants. As well as blueberries, grapes wine and reg, Razberrys, Varrigated pink lemon, navel orange, pumpkins, luffa, mint, lavander, basil, orageno, bell pepper, hot peppers, acorn squash, zucchini squash, rhubarb, artichoke, onions, garlic, spinach, broccoli, califlower, carrots, raddish, celery, turnips, swiss and rainbow chard, as well as flowers like roses, maragolds, lavander, mint, babys breath, etc, What is around me in 2 sq miles, Peach orchards, Plum, cherry, nectorene, apricot, Almonds, Pecans, walnuts, alfalfa all around, cotton, grapes wine and reg, corn, wheat, oats, milo, sorgham and a whole bunch of other varietys of Fruit and nut trees. I have sat and watched bees go from flower to flower on certain heirloom tomato plants then go to the next one in the row from flower to flower. I have lemon and orange trees still in bloom right now as we speak. I am not trying to argue I am just talking with what I know and have see and with who I have talked to in the industry of growing heirloom tomatoes. They are the ones who suggested to me to start with bees. That and my dr for allergies to eat the pollen and honey from my hives.