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Insect Homes for Your Garden

If you want a thriving garden, a healthy bug population is a real must. We stock a selection of insect homes and feeders to get your garden buzzing with life in no time!

With various designs available, we provide a great choice of insect habitats in all shapes and sizes. Adding an insect or bee home to your garden will not only look nice, but it will also serve an invaluable purpose for your friendly critters.

Besides our insect homes, we also supply an assortment of additional accessories and feeders, which help to keep your garden insects healthy throughout the duration of their life.

Among our most popular products are our bee homes, which are suitable for a range of bee species and populations of all sizes, from entire colonies to solitary bees, which often nest in large populations despite their name. This is a great way to help support your local bee population, while also benefitting your plants and flowers to help them thrive!

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Insect Hotel & Bee Home FAQs

Do you have any questions about our bee homes or our other insect homes? Simply get in touch and we'll be more than happy to help. You may also be interested in our packs of wildflower seeds - they're great for attracting bees and butterflies to your garden!

Insect Hotel FAQs:

  • Where is the best place to put an insect hotel?
  • Install your insect hotel against a tree trunk or fence post that is south facing and receives plenty of morning sun. If possible, it’s best to position the insect hotel somewhere warm and dry, where it won’t be too badly affected by heavy rainfall, wind, etc.

    If you have a spot that is near vegetation, wood piles or a pond, this will increase the chances of your insect hotel becoming a popular hotspot for your local wildlife.

  • How to attract bees to a bee house?
  • Position your bee house at least 1 metre high, ensuring entry is not being blocked by any vegetation. Plant bee friendly flowers in the surrounding area, ideally a healthy variety of plants that will provide pollen and nectar all year round.

    We’d recommend installing your bee hotel so that it is facing south in an unobstructed spot where it can receive as much sunlight as possible.

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