This Ladybird House is designed to simulate the natural habitat sought by ladybirds for hibernation helping more of these beneficial insects survive the winter. Position a Ladybird House in your garden to encourage ladybirds to feed, breed and over-winter in your garden leading to a permanent increase in the number of these benefical insects.
The Ladybird House is an attractive, hand-crafted, wooden habitat for ladybirds and other beneficial insects, whihc has a central chamber filled with natural material, that provides a cosy place for them to bed down. Holes are drilled in an upward angle, so the ladybirds can reach this insulated and safe inner chamber. If necessary the roof panel may be removed for inspection or cleaning. Supplied with a mounting pole, it is designed to be free-standing. Position next to aphid infected plants, in a sheltered, warm spot away from prevailing winds in flower beds, rose or shrub borders or even in a planter on a terrace. Dimensions 30cm high x 15cm x 15cm.