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Buy Solar insect house: <ul><b><li>3 lit bees and 3 lit ladybirds</li> <li>2 habitat types to attract a mix of insects</li><li>Sustainable wood</li></b></ul<br>We love garden features that serve more than one function, so these solar insect houses really fit the bill.<br><br>Made from FSC-certified wood filled with tubes and drilled wood, they provide plenty of hollow cavities that will appeal to bees, ladybirds and other friendly bugs.<br><br>On top, roof-mounted solar panels recharge by day to power the warm white LED bees and bugs by night. A dusk sensor activates when darkness falls to provide 6 hours of light every night, all year round.<br><br>Measurements:<br>H20cm

  • 3 lit bees and 3 lit ladybirds
  • 2 habitat types to attract a mix of insects
  • Sustainable wood

  • We love garden features that serve more than one function, so these solar insect houses really fit the bill.

    Made from FSC-certified wood filled with tubes and drilled wood, they provide plenty of hollow cavities that will appeal to bees, ladybirds and other friendly bugs.

    On top, roof-mounted solar panels recharge by day to power the warm white LED bees and bugs by night. A dusk sensor activates when darkness falls to provide 6 hours of light every night, all year round.

    Measurements:
    H20cm

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