This shelter consists of offering insects a home with several cavities for laying their eggs, for their larvae or just to spend the winter. This shelter replaces and plays the role of dead trees (snags) that we too often remove from our developments.
Bumblebees, wild and solitary bees, and many other insects beneficial to our gardens and flowerbeds will use these cavities.
City, countryside, forest, body of water and fields.
ECOLOGICAL SERVICES OF THE SPECIES
Pollination, natural predation and decomposition.
The vegetation must touch it, so install it a few centimeters above the ground. Avoid the use of chemical fertilizers. Keep the nest box outside all year round. Place in the south-east but in partial shade, the insects like the morning sun.
Native plants and herbaceous plants.
_Installation posts and installation wires are not included.