Did you know? Bats play a valuable role in our environment! They are the primary predators of night-flying insects. They control insect populations which in turn helps out gardeners, farmers and the balance of nature.
A triple-chamber bat house is a perfect hotel for numerous bats!
Butterfly houses offer shelter from weather, a place for breeding, or a place to stay for a period of time. A delightful focal point... Try one in your garden today!
Butterflies would love to have a house of their own in the garden!
You know that ladybugs bring good fortune... They are also a natural pest remover for the garden! Ladybug lures can be used inside ladybug houses or on infested plant stems.
Using ladybug lures, in combination with a ladybug house, is the perfect way to attract ladybugs to your garden.
Give your feathered friends a cozy place to call home! Installing a birdhouse in your yard provides a safe haven for birds to roost (keep warm) and nest, while offering a great viewing experience for nature lovers!
Our team can help you determine which birdhouse is right for you! Other critters that would love a home are bats, butterflies and ladybugs.
These locally made decorative houses add a touch of rustic whimsy.
Putting out cotton nest building material will provide help for birds constructing nests in the spring and summer. This will attract a variety of birds, especially goldfinches. Adding hints of orange or yellow in the nesting material, such as yarn or string, can help attract orioles.