Our Beneficial Insect Habitat offers shelter and safety for many beneficial insects including bees, butterflies, moths, ladybirds and lacewings. The habitat consists of multiple chambers with tubes, cones and many other nooks and crannies to suit different species. There is also a wire frame over the habitat to prevent birds and other predators from accessing the insects and their larvae.
All in all our Beneficial Insect Habitat should be a feature in every wildlife friendly garden.
Insects are essential in the wildlife garden, vital for pollination, soil health and of course food for birds and other animals. Many species such as ladybirds and lacewings are voracious predators of aphids helping control their numbers. The Beneficial Insect Habitat is an attractive garden feature that will also promote and encourage more insects to live in the garden enhancing the overall ecology of your wildlife patch.