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Nature's Way Better Gardens Deluxe Insect House

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Naturally maintain and improve the health of the plants in your yard, landscape or garden by attracting beneficial insects with your Better Gardens Deluxe Insect House! This insect house's multi-chamber design attracts the largest variety of beneficial insects (5 chambers), while the Easy-Clean Chamber allows customizing of chamber contents and easy clean out of any unwanted pests. Attract gentle solitary bees capable of pollinating up to 20x that of honeybees to help your plants reach their full potential and preferred predatory insects like lacewings and ladybugs to help reduce plant damage from pests like aphids and caterpillars without the use of harsh pesticides.

  • Constructed with naturally rot-resistant premium cedar, this house comes with a pre-installed easy-mount hanger

Specification Description
Package Quantity: 1
Product Material: Cedar
Brand: Nature's Way
Product Length: 4-3/8 in.
Product Type: Bee & Insect Houses
Product Weight: 4.5 lb.
Product Width: 10-5/16 in.
Product Height: 17 in.
Manufacturer Part Number CWH8
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Where is the best place to hang the house? How close to the planes should it be? How mush sun how much shade? How high off the ground? We tried to go to the website listed on the tag but it was not available.

Asked by: HGodfrey
The manufacturer suggests placing the insect house as close as possible to the area you are wanting the insects' help pollinating and protecting. The insects prefer a warm, dry place protected from the wind and rain with exposure to plenty of sunlight. Morning sun is important. The house should be hung at about eye level on a secure fence or arbor post to keep it from moving too much when windy. Be sure that the front of the house is facing away from the typical incoming rain patterns in your area.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-06-13
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