They may look tiny and adorable, but they're also voracious predators who'll happily feast on all that's bugging your precious plants! They'll chow down on aphids, beetle larvae, thrips, whiteflies, mites, and a number of other soft-bodied insects — and their eggs. Not to be confused with the Asian Ladybug, which is a destructive and stinky pest itself, these ladybugs are a gardener's best friend. Eliminate the need for harsh chemicals — encourage a garden that's kind to the earth yet deadly to unwelcome insect visitors. Release these ladybugs into your garden or greenhouse and watch how quickly they'd reduce harmful pest populations. We recommend releasing them at night — they don't fly after dark and will hungrily devour pests instead.
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