Ladybird & Insect House
The Ladybird lodge offers a safe retreat for beneficial insects which can be fun and educational to observe. Encouraging these natural predators into your garden helps you to avoid the use of garden chemicals. ladybirds will eat garden pests such as aphids or greenfly, scale insects and mites.
The hinged roof of this insect house allows you to introduce natural materials such as rose cuttings, twigs, bark & straw which will enhance the sheltered environment of the this insect habitat. This ladybird lodge also has a perspex side window for viewing the activity.
The ladybird habitat is made from environmentally sustainable and certified timber.The lower chamber features cosy bamboo tubes for overwintering ladybirds, lacewings and invertebrates. The wooden front ledge features drilled holes for nesting solitary bees who are another great friend of the gardener because they pollinate the plants and flowers.
- A seven spot ladybird can eat up to 50 aphids a day
- Ladybirds are also known as ladybugs
- Site your Ladybird Lodge near a natural food source such as pesky aphids
Ladybird & Insect Lodge dimensions:
- 60 x 120 x 260 mm
- 0.57 kg