Nature's Haven Brown Insect house
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Feed the birds and bring some life into your garden with this varnished pine wood insect house.
Features and Benefits
- Provides a snug, safe place for ladybirds and bees
- Perfect hibernation home for lacewings
- All year round insect house
- Decorative design
- Supporting insects in your garden promotes biodiversity
- Multiple number of openings
|Treatment||Water based stain|
|Timber approval||FSC® approved|
Health and Safety
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Help & Advice
How to guides
Many of us love to catch a glimpse of the birds that visit our gardens. They bring our outdoor spaces to life and are fascinating to watch. At a time when British wildlife is under increasing pressure from changes to the countryside, encouraging birds into our gardens is more important than ever.
Providing food, water and shelter for birds can really help and you don’t need a big garden in order to do this. Bird feeders work very well on balconies and in small courtyards. It’s easy to get started and the whole family can get involved.
Attracting more birds to your garden will naturally help to keep many pests at bay, meaning you may be able to use pesticides more sparingly. If you do want to use chemicals, follow the instructions on the packet carefully in order to reduce the impact on wildlife.
Follow our top tips and you’ll be sure to have feathered visitors regularly. For more ideas on how to help nature in your garden, you can also read our guide to creating a garden that is ideal for birds, insects and wildlife.
There are plenty of ways to help your feathered friends all year round:
|Season||Job to do|
|Winter||Feed birds and provide water (especially during cold snaps)|
|Spring||Put up new nest boxes and continue feeding birds|
|Summer||Plant flowers and shrubs that support pollinating insects – which in turn feed birds. During dry spells, provide water.|
|Autumn||Empty out and clean nest boxes before putting them back in place. Plant trees and shrubs to provide shelter. Give your bird feeders a good clean so they are ready for winter feeding.|
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