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Insect and Bee Tower -Royal Botanic Gardens Kew


This wooden tower has been designed to accomodate a wide variety of hibernating insects.
  • the hollow stalks at the top are ideal for solitary bees, including Red Mason Bees, to lay their eggs
  • the vertical slots are to encourage butterflies
  • the horizontal slots are for lacewings and ladybirds
  • the pine cones are perfect habitat for all insects to take refuge
  • approximately 66cm tall x 21cm x 13cm
Hang in a sunny position

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