Set of 2 Insect Hotels, House for Wild Bees, Hanging Bug Palace, Insect Home

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This charming insect hotel will give all kinds of beneficial insects a hideaway in your garden. Secure the insect house to a sunny spot in your garden using the hook. The beneficial bugs will provide natural pest control and pollinate your plants, allowing you to additionally observe the creatures nesting and caring for their brood. This makes the insect box a fun and educational object for children, as well as a deco element for your garden.

The insect home for bees and bugs features a small butterfly house. Pieces of wood and pine cone especially attract lacewings and ladybirds. Beneficial aphid-wasps and wild bees will find a home amongst the hollow twigs and holes in the wood.

Details on the Bee Hotel
• Total size: HxWxD: approx 48.5 x 31 x 7 cm
• Weight: approx 1.2 kg
• Butterfly house opening: approx 1 cm
• Made of fir wood (flamed) and metal (hook and grate)
• Filling: bamboo, wood, reeds

Insect House for Natural Pest Control
• For beneficial insects like bees, lacewings and bugs
• Natural prevention of damaging aphids, etc.
• Bees pollinate and fertilise your fruit trees and bushes
• Exciting observation possibility for children
• Beneficial contribution to species preservation 

Insect Hotel as Nesting Aid
• Grate protects against birds
• Various fillings for a plethora of insects
• Additional butterfly house
• Ideal nest and hibernation option
• Decorative eye-catcher in the garden

Included in Delivery
• 2 x Insect hotel
• Decorative items shown in product photos and hanging materials are not included

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