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Dutch Growers PREORDER: Live Ladybugs

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  • Ladybugs are a predatory insect, that when released in a garden will seek and destroy aphids, certain species of scale, and many more! Keep plants happy and healthy by adding a beneficial ladybug colony in your garden!
  • Live insects are only available for curbside pickup at our location or delivery within Saskatoon & area.

    Live insects cannot be shipped outside of Saskatoon & area safely due to unregulated temperatures in the transportation methods used by shipping companies.

    If you have requested curbside pickup, you will receive a secondary email notifying you when your order is ready to be picked up.

    Please note that this is a preorder!
    Your ladybugs will be available starting April 2023.

    Please pick up your order within 48 hours of being notified that it is ready for pickup!


    Hippodamia convergens
    Ladybug, Convergent lady beetle


    Ladybugs clean up aphids and other small-bodied pest insects and eggs in your garden! These ladybugs do not eat plants, nor do they become a nuisance outside or in your home.

    Live Ladybugs:


    • There are approximately 500 ladybugs per pack!


    • Keep the ladybugs refrigerated to keep them dormant.
    • For outdoor release (in the evening), first water the foliage of infested plants and sprinkle a few ladybugs on the soil beneath the plants. Do not release when the sun is shining.
    • Release some ladybugs every day or two over a one week period, always where they have foliage for cover and food.


    How do ladybugs help your garden?
    • Ladybugs are active mostly at night, feeding and laying eggs that will hatch in a week.
    • Black larvae with red dots have no wings, so they will complete the control by feeding for 3-4 weeks.
    • Biological control is reaching a balance of enough good bugs to keep the pest bugs from doing damage. Watch your pests disappear!


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