Bugs, Beetles & Insects

We share our gardens with many creatures. Knowing which are the helpful ones ensures gardeners give them a home. Some of these beneficial insects help by eating the pests that damage plants and crops. Others perform the vital task of breaking down decaying material. In addition, pollinating insects help ensure colourful flowers keep blooming year after year and that you have a bountiful harvest.

By providing beneficial insects, bugs and beetles with water, food and shelter, your garden will become an inviting home for them. Many of these beneficial insects will need alternative food sources such as pollen and nectar. As they often appear in the garden before the pests, they will need a food source. Attracting a wide range of insects and getting them to stay in your garden can be achieved by offering a diversity of early blooming plants and the addition of a beneficial insect home or habitat.

Children love bugs and mini beasts, and their happy investigation is to be encouraged. Wildlife World provides all kinds of interactive insect habitats, field guides, bug boards. And finally, insect tubes to make their own minibeast homes.

Bugs, Beetles & Insects
16 results
Original Ladybird Tower
Friendly Bug Barn
Ladybird Food/Attractant Wildlife World
Ladybird & Insect Lodge
Native Wildflower for Butterflies at Wildlife World
Illuminated Minibeast Centre at Wildlife World
Sold Out
Minibugs Bobby's Bug Box
Field Guide - Grasshoppers
Field Guide Bugs on Bushes
Education Triangle a.k.a. Crittacabin
Wildlife World Butterfly Species Guide with Wildflower
Field Guide Dragonflies and Damselflies of Britain
Insect Study Centre
Giant Bug & Bee Biome
Minibeast HQ
Educational Pyramid Insect Habitat