If you love your garden you’ll love what Bug Storeys can bring to the plants
and animals within it. Providing food and shelter for native species of insects,
reptiles and mammals, the Bug Storeys Habitat is also a breeding ground for a
host of natural pollinators, pest controllers and compost creators who will help
to keep your garden healthy and beautiful in the most natural and organic way.
From ladybirds and spiders, who keep blackfly and greenfly at bay, to hedgehogs
and toads; from pest-munching slowworms to wonderful earthworms, who take
care of your soil and provide the birds with a great source of nutrition, a Bug Storeys
Habitat gives keen gardeners all the assistance Mother Nature can provide. The wildflower
meadow that is seeded on top will, once established, attract a host of natural pollinators
to your garden too, including butterflies and different types of bee. And when the pollinating
is done, it’s the perfect place to hibernate and incubate future generations for the following spring.
Bug Storeys for gardeners
Good news for your garden!
The good news is that your Bug Storeys Habitat will not only improve the natural health of your
garden, but its fabulous design means that it will enhance the beauty of your garden, too. More than just a talking point, it’s a stunning feature that will be the envy of your fellow green-fingered friends.
Along with the Bug Storeys Habitat itself, you can pick
up great gardening tips and fascinating facts about
garden wildlife in our monthly Garden Blog.