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Ladybirds and Lacewings

Ladybirds and Lacewings are a welcome sight in the garden, where they happily munch away on greenfly & other tasty pests. By releasing ladybirds (as adults or larvae) and/or Lacewings in your garden you can boost their numbers and help nature help you control pests. 

N.B. Green Gardener only supplies NATIVE British Adalia bipunctata ladybirds - we do NOT supply Harlequin ladybirds. 

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  1. 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. Available NOW.

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  2. 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 in packs of 50 ready for release in the garden. Available NOW.

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  3. Ladybird Larvae with Release Bags

    We supply native British Ladybird Larvae ready for release. 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. Ladybird larvae are predators of aphids, able to eat over 100 aphids a day each, so by introducing ladybird larvae into trees / hedges aphids can be controlled naturallyBeing mobile, the larvae will quickly spread out into the canopy to search out and devour aphids - they arrive very hungry and will quickly hunt out aphids wherever they are hiding. Introducing the larvae is easy with our cotton release bags. Available in packs of 100 with release bags ready for release into your trees / hedges between March and August each year. Available NOW.

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  4. Ladybird Breeding Kit
    £24.99

    This Ladybird Breeding Kit contains everything you need to raise your own ladybirds (NATIVE British Adalia Bipunctata), which can then be released into your garden. This Ladybird Breeding Kit comes complete with clear plastic breeding chamber (12cm in diameter), an educational poster, instruction guide and EITHER LIVE Ladybird Larvae and Food (available NOW) OR with a VOUCHER for the 1st lot of ladybird larvae and food - ideal as a gift.

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  5. Ladybird Breeding Kit Refill

    The Ladybird Breeding Kit is designed to be reusable. When you are ready to have another go, order a Ladybird Breeding Kit Refill containing approx 25 x ladybird larvae and food (available between March and September) and reuse the kit. Green Gardener only supplies British Adalia bipunctata ladybirds, which can be released in the garden once they have matured. Available NOW.

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  6. Ladybird Rearing Kit

    Use this Ladybird Rearing Kit, to produce your own ladybird larvae. This Ladybird Rearing Kit allows you to keep adult ladybirds, harvest eggs and rear larvae, which can be released. This kit contains a transparent nursery box, a spoon, cotton wool, plastic cup, a paintbrush and breeding paper PLUS either a VOUCHER or with Adult Ladybirds and food included. Over nine days collect eggs, which will hatch into larvae that can be released in the garden. After 9 days, the original adult ladybirds should be released into your garden. The Ladybird Rearing Kit is available with EITHER LIVE Ladybirds and Food (available NOW) OR with a VOUCHER for the 1st lot of ladybirds and food - ideal as a gift.

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  7. Ladybird Rearing Kit Refill

    The Ladybird Rearing Kit is designed to be re-useable. When you are ready to have another go, order a Ladybird Rearing Kit Refill containing 15 x Adult Ladybirds and food (available between March and September) and reuse the kit. Green Gardener only supplies British Adalia bipunctata ladybirds, which can be released in the garden once they have matured. Available NOW.

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. Ladybird Palace
    £12.50

    The Ladybird Palace is a small, wall-mountable Ladybird Palace that not only looks great, but it is also an effective habitat for ladybirds, lacewings, solitary bees and other beneficial insects. Supplied in a box with siting instructions. Dimensions 25cm high x 10cm wide x 10cm deep.

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