Orcon Ladybug House With Mounting Screws

Orcon Ladybug House With Mounting Screws

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Product Overview

The Orcon Ladybug House (OB-RLH1) provides a safe and healthy place for ladybugs. It protects them from predators and weather conditions like rain and wind. It features an upward slanted louvers and honeycomb material inside which they can crawl up to for safety. This house is similar to the natural ladybug habitat such as secure places under loose bark, under garden litter and between leaves. The Ladybug House can be used by other beneficial insects like green lacewings, a voracious predator of aphids will find it attractive. This product can be mounted anywhere in the garden, even the side of a fence or a tree trunk. It is ideal to mount the house near the ground and close enough to where aphids or other insects are present for them to eat. The Ladybug House includes mounting screws for installation.

Features and Specs

For use in Providing a safe, comfortable and natural looking environment for ladybugs.
Application This can be mounted anywhere around the garden, fence, tree bark or near the ground.
Color Brown
Special Features
Parts Included Includes mounting screws
Shipping Weight 1.50 lbs
Manufacturer Orcon - Organic Control, Inc (Mfg. Number: OB-RLH1)
UPC 045501-11001

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Are the ladybugs already loose when I unwrap the package, or do I need to release them? If so, how?

Orcon Ladybug House with Mounting Screws is not a product we carry anymore. However, this is not something that contains ladybugs within it if that is what you are looking for. This is used as a house for ladybugs in the environment to find a safe place to hide and live to protect them from predatory insects and birds that may try to eat them. 

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