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Garden Bug Box

Garden Bug Box

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Garden Bug Box
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  • Forest Stewardship Council

    Forest Stewardship Council

  • Description

    Every garden needs ladybirds to eat aphids and solitary bees to pollinate flowers. This ingenious box provides an overwintering habitat for both. 
     
    Made from durable larch certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC). This bug box doesn't require any treatment. 
     
    It works well hung from trees, pergolas, walls, almost anywhere. A charming addition to any garden and a welcome refuge for beneficial insects. 
     
    Every garden should have a ladybird box. Throughout its year long life a ladybird eats around 5,000 aphids, which is music to the ears of any gardener. They huddle together to try to survive the winter and this bug box provides an ideal refuge. The main breeding season is May/June. 
     
    The bamboo tubes provide a natural home for mason bees and other solitary bees as well as for a variety of over wintering insects. These are necessary for pollinating fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers. They are not aggressive and are safe with children and pets.  
     
    Mention bees and most people think of the 'social bees' - swarms of honey bees, or gangs of bumblebees. In fact, the vast majority of bees are solitary, living out their lives as single bees, provisioning single nest cells, rather than working with many other bees to raise huge numbers of offspring in shared nests. 

  • Delivery

    We offer two types of delivery:

    • Standard Delivery via post is £4.90. For orders over £100 standard delivery is free of charge.
    • Next Working Day For an additional £5, your order will be delivered the next working day.

    For Delivery to the Scottish Highlands, UK islands or international addresses, please see our full delivery details.

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  • Meet the Producer

    Wildlife World

    Environmentally friendly wildlife gifts

    Wildlife World was set up in the West Country by Eva and Norman Sellers in 1995. It followed a lifelong interest in the environment and native wildlife. Early products included the pollinating bee log, bird seed stars and apple bird feeder.

    Wildlife World's workshop now covers 12,000 sq ft near Tetbury in Gloucestershire and their commitment to the environment remains stronger than ever. Sustainable, ecological green products is their passion and they make wonderful wooden anniversary gifts

    Wildlife World is a member of an FSC Chain Of Custody Group and has been responsible for encouraging several sawmills and suppliers to become certified. They have also changed their electricity supply to NPower Juice Clean and have invested in a major tree planting scheme in Devon with Moor Trees, a Charity dedicated to the restoration of broadleaved native woodland in and around Dartmoor.

    Wildlife World has also pioneered the use of recycled packaging. They commissioned the building of an industrial machine, known as the Uley Tiger, which converts waste cardboard into a strong, flexible, packing material.

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Description

Every garden needs ladybirds to eat aphids and solitary bees to pollinate flowers. This ingenious box provides an overwintering habitat for both. 
 
Made from durable larch certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC). This bug box doesn't require any treatment. 
 
It works well hung from trees, pergolas, walls, almost anywhere. A charming addition to any garden and a welcome refuge for beneficial insects. 

 
Every garden should have a ladybird box. Throughout its year long life a ladybird eats around 5,000 aphids, which is music to the ears of any gardener. They huddle together to try to survive the winter and this bug box provides an ideal refuge. The main breeding season is May/June. 
 
The bamboo tubes provide a natural home for mason bees and other solitary bees as well as for a variety of over wintering insects. These are necessary for pollinating fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers. They are not aggressive and are safe with children and pets.  
 
Mention bees and most people think of the 'social bees' - swarms of honey bees, or gangs of bumblebees. In fact, the vast majority of bees are solitary, living out their lives as single bees, provisioning single nest cells, rather than working with many other bees to raise huge numbers of offspring in shared nests. 

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Delivery

We offer two types of delivery:

  • Standard Delivery via post is £4.90. For orders over £100 standard delivery is free of charge.
  • Next Working Day For an additional £5, your order will be delivered the next working day.

For Delivery to the Scottish Highlands, UK islands or international addresses, please see our full delivery details.

Reviews

Write Your Own Review

How do you rate this product? *

1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars

Meet the Producer

Wildlife World

Environmentally friendly wildlife gifts

Wildlife World was set up in the West Country by Eva and Norman Sellers in 1995. It followed a lifelong interest in the environment and native wildlife. Early products included the pollinating bee log, bird seed stars and apple bird feeder.

Wildlife World's workshop now covers 12,000 sq ft near Tetbury in Gloucestershire and their commitment to the environment remains stronger than ever. Sustainable, ecological green products is their passion and they make wonderful wooden anniversary gifts

Wildlife World is a member of an FSC Chain Of Custody Group and has been responsible for encouraging several sawmills and suppliers to become certified. They have also changed their electricity supply to NPower Juice Clean and have invested in a major tree planting scheme in Devon with Moor Trees, a Charity dedicated to the restoration of broadleaved native woodland in and around Dartmoor.

Wildlife World has also pioneered the use of recycled packaging. They commissioned the building of an industrial machine, known as the Uley Tiger, which converts waste cardboard into a strong, flexible, packing material.

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