Unsung garden heroes
Not just a pretty shell – A small but important employee
Ladybird pest controllers
Meet the natural pest squad! Discover how ladybirds and their larvae help create a healthy garden ecosystem that benefits us all.
Adult ladybirds mate and lay their eggs in the Spring.
In nature we never see anything isolated, but everything in connection with something else which is before it, beside it, under it and over it.
The ladybird is a pollinator too
Not only do ladybirds protect gardens from aphid damage, they also pollinate flowers. When ladybirds move among flowers they move pollen with them.
There is quite an affection for Ladybirds, but people don’t realise how clever Ladybirds are too.
How to help ladybirds thrive in your garden