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801, 2024

Introducing The 3 Growbags

By | January 8th, 2024|Miscellaneous, Blog|

I've long since given up on trying to put out a regular newsletter or blog, time always evades me. If you are however looking for some regular horticultural updates, recommendations on plants or garden visits, or tips for gardening I highly recommend you follow The 3 Growbags They even have a [...]

2102, 2023

Ladybirds

By | February 21st, 2023|Beneficial Insects|

Ladybirds, are small, colourful beetles that are beloved by many people around the world. One of the most common species of ladybird is the Seven Spot Ladybird, which is known for its distinctive black and red markings. In this blog, we will explore the fascinating world of the ladybird and learn more about their behaviour, habitat, and life cycle.

2102, 2023

Bees

By | February 21st, 2023|Beneficial Insects, Pollinators|

Bees are an essential part of our ecosystem, playing a critical role in pollinating plants, fruits, and vegetables. These tiny creatures work tirelessly inadvertently ensuring our food supply is abundant and diverse. In fact, it's estimated that bees are responsible for pollinating about one-third of the world's crops. Without bees, our food system would be severely compromised, and the ecological balance of our planet would be thrown off.

2102, 2023

What are Beneficial Insects?

By | February 21st, 2023|Beneficial Insects|

Beneficial insects are insects that provide benefits to humans, agriculture, and the environment. These insects can help control pest populations, pollinate plants, decompose organic matter, and provide a food source for other animals. Some examples of beneficial insects include ladybirds, which are natural predators of aphids and other plant pests, bees, which are essential for pollinating many crops and plants, and earthworms, which help break down organic matter and improve soil health. Other beneficial insects include lacewings, hoverflies, nematodes and parasitic wasps.

2002, 2023

Bee flies

By | February 20th, 2023|Beneficial Insects, Pollinators|

Bee flies are a fascinating group of insects that are often mistaken for bees or wasps due to their appearance and behaviour. However, they are a type of fly that belongs to the family Bombyliidae, which includes over 5,000 species worldwide. These insects are found in a wide variety of habitats, from deserts to forests, and play an important role in pollination and controlling insect populations.

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