Ladybug Loft

The Ladybug Loft holds lures that attract ladybugs. This small, handcrafted home looks just like a birdhouse, but works to attract ladybugs instead. Available in 5 colors.
  • Ladybug Loft - Grey
    SKU: 1261513
  • $52.00
  • Ladybug Loft - Green
    SKU: 1261514
  • $52.00
  • Ladybug Loft - Red
    SKU: 1261515
  • $52.00
  • Ladybug Loft - White
    SKU: 1261516
  • $52.00
  • Ladybug Loft - Yellow
    SKU: 1261517
  • $52.00
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Holds lures that attract ladybugs.
This small, handcrafted home securely protects your ladybug lures. Use one lady bug lure every 4 weeks to attract ladybugs to your garden. It has a hand-shingled cypress roof and a hand painted ladybug on the front. Ladybugs are voracious consumers of aphids, mealy bugs, chinch bugs, asparagus beetle larvae, thrips, whitefly, mites and other soft-bodied insects and eggs.

The Ladybug Loft is created by Heartwood, who uses only by-products of top furniture grade cypress, which is naturally rot-resistant. No trees are cut to make these Ladybug Lofts. They are made with remnant furniture-grade cypress. The paint is industrial-grade non-toxic latex.

The Ladybug Loft is available in a variety of colors. You can match the color of your favorite flower, or choose a color that complements the paint on your house.


6" deep x 8" wide x 10" tall.  

Product includes:

  • A 36" stake that is prepared for attachment to the Ladybug Loft.

This Product Controls These Pests or Diseases: Ladybugs are known to provide control of the following pest insects: Aphids (Mult), Bean Thrips, Black Scale, Brown Almond Mite, California Laurel Aphid, Carrot Rust Fly, Carrot Worm (larval stage of the Carrot Rust Fly), Caterpillar Eggs, Citrus Red Scale Citrus Yellow Scale (aka California Yellow Scale), Coconut Mealybug, European Apple Sawfly, Greenhouse whitefly, Lace Bugs, Mealybug, Mealybug , Mites, Oleander Scale, Silverleaf whitefly, Spider Mite, Sweet Potato Whitefly, Sweetpotato Whitefly , Thrips, Two-Spotted Spider Mite


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