Bulk buy: 9 x Ladybird/Insect Towers for £48.91 delivered @ lovepets.co.uk + 7.57% TCB
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Bulk buy: 9 x Ladybird/Insect Towers for £48.91 delivered @ lovepets.co.uk + 7.57% TCB

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Found 18th Jun 2012
The cheapest I've found these are £11.49 delivered for 1, so you're getting 9 for the price of 4 delivered!
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Gardeners /farmers love Ladybirds because they eat aphids and other plant-eating pests. One ladybug can eat up to 5,000 insects in its lifetime!

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Ladybird/Insect Tower
This product will create a natural feel in your garden whilst returning the favour to the gardfen's little helpers by giving them a lovely home. Ladybirds and insects can easily access the tower through drilled holes to the inner chamber which is filled with natural materials. Sitting the tower is so easy! It has a handy 30cm pole which you can place direct into beds and borders, alternatively you can hang it from trees, pergolas or hanging brackets with the already attached string. Ideally it should be positioned near ponds or scented plants that provide overwintering habitats. The wood doesn't require treatment. We think this makes the perfect gift for nature lovers and gardeners alike.
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Could I not just get a lump of wood and drill holes in it? Not voted

Edited by: "Geemac" 19th Jun 2012
I make these myself from felled trees (for stag beetles and other larvae needing over wintering). My garden is usually filled with wondrous insects all spring/summer long as a consequence. Keep a pile of logs in a quiet corner of your garden at the backs of borders or elsewhere and our gardens will be healthier without pesticides and insecticides.
Edited by: "loiterer" 19th Jun 2012
Yay! great stuff!
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