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Mini Insect House

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Manufacturer: CJ Wildlife
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  • Mini insect habitat, great for kids
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About this product

This Mini Insect House is made from FSC timber and offers shelter to a variety of insects that can be beneficial to your garden. Solitary bees and wasps will use the box to lay eggs in and children can monitor progress as the holes are plugged up as they are occupied. The Mini Insect House should be hung in a sheltered spot, no more than two metres above the ground.

 

Specification

Width: 17.5cm approx

Height: 17.5cm approx

Depth: 12cm approx

Weight: 250g

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Manufacturer: CJ Wildlife
  • Attract pollinators to your garden
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