Lacewing chamber

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This natural habitat made from chunky FSC Certified Timber and natural log is an ideal habitat for Ladybirds and Lacewings. Both of these insects are valuable natural predators of garden pests like aphids and greenfly. Encouraging these insects will help reduce or eliminate chemical insecticide use in the garden. The internal chamber can be filled (through the viewing ports) with straw (Lacewings) or bark (Ladybirds and other insects) to provide valuable insulated over wintering space and summer retreat.

Features:
  • Natural, solid timber
  • Increases their survival by 50%
  • Site in a high, sheltered position position on a wall, fence, tree or post
  • Weather resistant
  • Easy to Install
  • Made from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) timber
  • Size - Height 310mm x Width 140mm x Depth 190mm
  • Designed for Wall fixing

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