This Ladybird Palace Giftbox contains all you need to keep ladybirds happy in your garden and makes a unique and interesting gift. Delivered in a plain white box ready for wrapping, this giftbox contains a Ladybird Palace PLUS 2 x Ladybird Feeders, a sachet of ladybird food and 5 ladybird shaped chocolates. Contents normally £26.97, Price £19.99 saving £6.98. Special Offer - normally £19.99 NOW £17.50 saving a further £2.40. The contents include :-
- A Ladybird Palace - This attractive, wall-mountable ladybird house that not only looks great, but it is also an effective habitat for ladybirds and other beneficial insect such as lacewings. Designed to be wall mounted (fix to a wall, fence, tree or stake) although it can be stood on its base in amongst flowers - position next to plants, which normally get aphids i.e. roses, honeysuckle, beans etc in a sheltered, warm spot away from prevailing winds. The main log has a hollow centre, which provides safe refuge for beneficial insects etc - it is accessed via holes, which are drilled at an upward angle to prevent rain entering keeping the central chamber area dry. Dimensions 24cm high x 10cm wide x 10cm deep. (CLICK HERE to find out more)
- Ladybird Feeders with Food - Use these bamboo Ladybird Feeders and Food to attract and keep ladybirds in your garden. Supplied as a pack of 2 with a sachet of food, simply mix the powdered food with a drop of water to form a paste and smear on the inside of the feeders. Suspend each feeder approx 1m above the ground in areas where ladybird hibernate. (CLICK HERE to find out more)
- 1 Sachet of Ladybird Food and Attractant - Mix this powdered Ladybird Food and Attractant with a drop of water and use in the garden or in one of our ladybird houses to encourage ladybirds to stay in your garden giving you free pest control. (CLICK HERE to find out more)
- 5 Ladybird Shaped Chocolates - These attractive chocolates look great in the giftbox.
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THis is a brilliant company to buy garden products from. I couldn't believe how efficient the ladybirds were. I release them on my beans with blackfly, thought first of all that they were a bit slow ( unfortunately a lot of gardeners expect instant results) but they started breeding, laying eggs and turning into larva and then suddenly they just multiply and no matter how may aphids arrived ( sprays are too short lived) they sucked the beans dry of them and I had the best crop ever. I will certainly buy more of them if they fail to over winter although I now have little homes for them all around the garden so Im hoping they will survive. Other things ive bought have been great as well as I dont want anything in my garden that will poison the frogs or other insects. Unfortunately a lot of people still use pesticides and it kills all insect even the useful ones and spoils the food chain