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Insect predator plants collection
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Insect predator plants collection


Hoverflies, Lacewings and Ladybirds eats lots of aphids in the garden - hoverflies look like wasps but they don't have any sting! they just use this mimicry to frighten off their own predators. This collection of 5 small plants that attract such predatory insects to eat your vegetable pests, is ready to plant into the side of your vegetable deep beds, or into a sunny tub you can move to any part of the garden as needed.

The collections may vary slightly depending on availabilty at the time of year, but may include one Poached-egg plant (Limnanthes douglasii) -pretty yellow and white flowers all summer that attracts hoverflies; an umbellifer (Apiacea),like cow parsley, Bronze fennel - a beautiful leaf for the herbaceous border and you can eat it!; Coriander or Dill (which you can also eat); Eryngium (sea holly family) - blue flowers loved by bees and Knapweed for lacewings, butterflies and bees.


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Our Price: £11.50







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