Insect Tower - National Trust
Insects are essential for achieving a balanced ecosystem in your garden. Insect species such as ladybirds and lacewings will help to control aphids, and bees deliver an essential pollination service. You can encourage a wide range of beneficial insects into your garden by providing insect nesting sites and refuges.
The different levels of this Insect Tower offer a sheltered habitat for a variety of insect species. The tubes at the top of this insect house are designed for solitary bees, such as Red Mason Bees, to lay their eggs in. There is also a section with vertical slots to encourage butterflies, and an area that has openings for ladybirds, lacewings and other insects which will happily take refuge within the pine cones.
Insect Tower dimensions:
Dimensions: W21 x H65 x L1