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  1. Ladybird House
    £14.99

    The Ladybird House is an attractive, hand-crafted, wooden habitat for ladybirds and other beneficial insects. 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.

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  2. Solitary Bee Tin

    Solitary bees are very important for the pollination of fruit, vegetables and herbs and one of the easiest ways to attract them to your garden is to position a Solitary Bee Nesting Tin. Each tin is packed with cardboard nesting tubes, which are the perfect size for Mason, Orchard & Leafcutter Bees. Hang it up by the chain included and it comes complete with the nesting tubes sealed inside by a peel-able foil seal and a removable woodpecker and predator guard. Simply position the Bee Tin in a sheltered spot in your garden. Once your nester tubes are full fit the perforated predator guard to protect the nesting tubes from woodpeckers and predators over-winter. Dimensions 16cm Long x 10cm diameter.

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  3. Ladybird Larvae x50
    £12.75

    Ladybird Larvae have a huge appetite for soft-bodied pests such as aphids, so release ladybird larvae onto your pest infected plants to clear pest problems. We supply native British Ladybird Larvae in packs of 50 with food included ready for release in your garden or for use under-glass. 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. Available between April and August each year in packs of 50 ready for release in the garden. 

    N.B. Ladybird Larvae are available from April onwards, so to pre-order for delivery in April i.e. our suggested date is w/c 15/04/19, BUT please select an alternative LATER date below.

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  4. Adult Ladybirds
    £15.99

    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 Adult Ladybirds in packs of 25, 50 or 100 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. Available in packs of 25, 50 or 100. Adult Ladybirds are available between April and August each year. 

    N.B. Adult Ladybirds are available from April onwards, so to pre-order for delivery in April i.e. our suggested date is w/c 15/04/19, BUT please select an alternative LATER date below.

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  5. Ladybird Barn
    £15.99

    This Ladybird Barn is a ladybird house featuring a hinged lid, that allows easy access to the central chamber, which means it is ideal for releasing our live ladybirds into i.e. tip ladybirds in when the are available. The Ladybird Barn will provide a safe haven for ladybirds to feed, breed and over-winter in. It is designed to be wall-mounted, so position on a wall, tree or fence amongst climbing plants, which are affected by aphids. Height 23cm x Width 14cm x Depth 12cm.

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  6. Soil PH Testing Kit
    £11.99

    This easy to use Soil pH Testing Kit contains everything you need to test the pH of your soil. pH describes how acid or alkaline your soil is. 7 is neutral, above means alkaline whilst readings of below 7 mean acidic conditions. Different plants like different conditions i.e. Rhododendrons like acid conditions, so knowing your soils pH means you can adjust the pH accordingly. This kit consists of a testing tube, testing powder, testing solution and a scoop - simply add dried soil to the tube, add a scoop of powder and 1.5ml of testing solution and then compare the colour to work out the pH of your soil. There is enough powder and solution for approx 10-15 tests.

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  7. Soil Testing Kit
    £19.99

    This easy to use Soil Testing Kit contains everything you need to test the pH and the levels of Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium (N:P:K) of your soil. pH describes how acid or alkaline your soil is. 7 is neutral, above means alkaline whilst readings of below 7 mean acidic conditions. Testing your Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium levels will highlight any deficiencies, so appropriate fertilisers etc can be applied prior to planting etc. This kit consists of 2 x testing tube, testing powders, testing solutions for each test, a scoop and filter. Simply add dried soil to the tube / filter, add a scoop of powder and the appropriate testing solution for each test and then compare the colour to work out the results for your soil. There is enough powder and solution for approx 40 different tests.

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  8. Sheep Wool Mulch Matting

    Use this THICK Sheep Wool Mulch Matting, made from 100% sheep’s wool on a Jute backing, as a mulch that ALSO deters slugs and snails. It is very durable, 100% biodegradable and perfect for lots of jobs around the garden PLUS sheep’s wool deters slugs and snails. Use it as a mulch to suppress weeds and retain water – great for covering larger areas PLUS it is easily cut to size for mulching awkward borders. Use it to protect plants and post from winter weather. Wool matting can also be used as capillary matting in greenhouses / garden or use it to germinate the seeds Made in the UK, this matting is 1.5m wide and is supplied to us on a 15m roll, simply buy it by the metre and we will cut it to length and send it or it is available by the roll. N.B. When ordering by the roll, please see courier restrictions below.

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  9. Beneficial Insect Houses

    These new Beneficial Insect Houses feature different nesting areas suitable for a range of beneficial insect such as ladybirds, lacewings and solitary bees. Shaped as a apple or pear, these wall mountable houses not only look great, but also offer safe and appealing nesting / over-wintering sites for beneficial insects. Helping these insects to breed, feed and over-winter in your garden will help boost their numbers leading to better plant pollination and natural pest control. Divided into different sections, it features cut canes, drilled wood, holes and lots of places for insects to explore / hide / nest. Shaped as apples or pears, they are colourful and the apple measures 25.5cm across (at the widest point) and 25cm high and 8cm deep while the pear measures 22cm across (at the widest point) and 25cm high and 8cm deep.

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  10. Modular Solitary Bee House

    These new Modular Solitary Bee Houses are shaped like honeycomb, so they can be used individually or arranged in patterns to make a piece of "wall art" that not only looks great, but also attracts solitary bees. Filled with removable bee nesting tubes, that have been designed specially to appeal to solitary bees. Attract non-swarming solitary bees like Mason, Leafcutter and other solitary bees, these friendly bees are safe around children and pets and almost never sting, but are effective plant pollinators. These new Modular Solitary Bee Houses come complete with the nesting tubes are hexagonal in shape, so they can be easily fitted together and they measure 21cm across at the widest point and are 16cm deep.

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