Housing for Beneficial Garden Creatures
Help nature to help you by encouraging beneficial creatures to stay!
We all know about the good work that beneficial creatures can do in the garden.
- Hedgehogs are super at slug control!
- Ladybirds and Lacewings adore eating aphids!
- Solitary bees are natural garden pollinators!
So what better way is there to help nature to help you than to provide your garden friends with a reason to stay!
The items on this page are from an award winning range of unique wildlife products, and all are constructed mainly from durable timbers, reclaimed oak and by-products, giving them strength and longevity and require no treatment.
This robust hedgehog house offers a safe habitat for hedgehogs. It's specially constructed "Entrance Porch" allows hedgehogs in whilst keeping predators out!
The hedgehog house can be used for hibernation, normally November to April, dependant on temperature. Throughout the breeding season, May, June and July, and as summer shelter during bad weather or as protection from predators.
The Hedgehog House has a double skinned roof for insulation and weather protection, while the floor is raised to keep the damp out.
Large Insect / Garden Predators Box:
The attractive design of this Insect / Garden Predator Box means that as well as offering housing to beneficial insects it also looks good in your garden! The top chamber provides over-wintering and a suitable habitat for a variety of insects including solitary bees and ladybirds. The lower chamber is ideal for lacewings to over-winter in. By simply placing plant material attractive to ladybirds or lacewings inside the chambers you will encourage them to form a colony which will then act as a natural defence against aphids (greenfly and blackfly).
The Insect / Garden Predators box should be placed in a sheltered position close to specific pest problem areas in your garden. It comes complete with a pole for easy positioning.
Oak Insect House:
Ideal for wildlife and conservation areas and people studying wildlife! This insect house is made from reclaimed oak, and should be sited in a sheltered position close to pollen and nectar plants. The design of this house make an excellent environment for beneficial insects such as ladybirds and solitary bees.
Bug Box 2000:
These attractive dual chamber insect habitats can be hung from trees, pergolas, hanging brackets and sited near ponds or scented plants. Bug Box 2000 provides over-wintering for beneficial insects such as ladybirds and a home for solitary bees and other beneficial insects throughout the summer.
Housing for Beneficial Garden Creatures Product Details
|LLB01||Large Insect / Garden Predators Box||£49.50|
|OIH01||Oak Insect House||£25.00|
|BBX01||Bug Box 2000||£12.50|