Release ladybirds into your garden to tackle pest problems i.e. aphids on roses, or simply to boost the numbers of these native beneficial insects in your garden. We supply native British Ladybirds as ADULTS and as LARVAE with food ready for release in your garden. Green Gardener only supplies British Adalia bipunctata ladybirds – we do NOT supply Harlequin ladybirds. The ladybirds are sent by 1st class post with food included. A Ladybird Family is a pack of 25 x Adult Ladybirds AND a pack of 50 x Ladybird Larvae sent together for £26.75 SAVING £1.99 on buying them individually.
Special Offers – Add a Ladybird Barn, Ladybird Lodge, or Ladybird House to your order and save £2.49 off the combined price – savings applied at the checkout.
Special Offers – Add Ladybird Food, to your order – see below.
Ladybird Family – Ladybirds are the best known beneficial insect and a welcome sight in the garden, where they happily munch away on greenfly and other tasty pests. By releasing ladybirds in your garden you can boost their numbers, which will lead to a permanent decrease in the number of pests in your garden i.e. aphids. Ladybirds are available between April and August each year. N.B. Green Gardener only supplies British Adalia bipunctata ladybirds – we do NOT supply Harlequin ladybirds.
Ladybird Larvae – Each ladybird larvae will eat a large number of pests before pupating and emerging as a ladybird ready to breed and produce the next generation of ladybirds. As they are supplied as larvae, they are ideal for releasing directly onto plants heavily infected with aphids – as they they are unable to fly and will stay where you put them. Supplied in trays of approximately 50, they are sent by 1st class post ready for release directly into your garden / greenhouse or conservatory.
Adult Ladybirds – We supply native British Adalia bipunctata ladybirds in packs of ready for release in your garden. The ladybirds are sent by 1st class post with food included. Ladybirds are natural predators of aphids (greenfly and blackfly) as well as being a gardener’s / youngster’s favourite. They should be released directly onto aphid infected plants or dotted around the garden either early in the morning or late evening. Supplied in packs of 25, they are sent by 1st class post ready for release directly into your garden / greenhouse or conservatory.