Homestead Ladybug house - Rancho Red
This ladybug house is made from pine and finished in rancho red exterior latex paint.
Bottom Removes for easy cleaning.
Roof is finished with wood shingles. Beautiful addition to any garden.
Ladybugs, also called ladybirds or lady beetles, are the most well known of all beneficial insects. These critters feed on smaller soft-bodied insects such as aphids, as well as others which are harmful to plants. Because ladybugs feed on pests, they are often considered the garden's best friend.
Ladybug houses do not necessarily attract ladybugs, if you do not already have them. but do provide shelter and escape from weather and predators. Ladybug houses create safe havens that mimic natural hiding places where ladybugs might spend the winter months or lay their eggs so that their young may metamorphose in a protected place. Remember to use only ladybug-friendly pesticides, and your ladybugs will help keep your garden looking great every year.
First Item: $ 10.00
Additional Items: $ 8.00
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A lot of our products are in stock and available for immediate shipment. However, some products are manufactured at time of order. If you are under time constraints such as a birthday, anniversary, etc. please let me know at time of order.
If you are not satisfied with your product, please let me know. It is my policy to replace damaged products at no charge. I ask that you please call me if the item you purchased is damaged so that I can make arrangements to correct the problem.
LOVE these wren houses and so do our wrens! Thank you Mark for making such beautiful birdhouses and shipping so quickly.
Very well made, fast shipping, thanks Mark!
Perfect for my garden, excellent workmanship. Packed extremely well, thank you Mark!
Very well made, very pleased with both birdhouses. Thank you!
Would have liked to have had tracking info...item was carefully packaged and arrived safely. I would like to buy again but would hope that communication would be better next time around.