Bug home for the garden~ I would have loved to play with this as a kid. I love this idea. So CUTE.

'Dobies Of Devon' Gardening Companion: Fly the flag for insects and creepy-crawlies

Poisonous Ladybugs - Bing Images

Poisonous Ladybugs - Bing Images

Temperate Climate Permaculture: Beneficial Insects: Ladybugs

Adult Ladybug Note that colors and spots may be different with different species, but size and shape are about the same.

"Ladybird, Ladybird; fly out of the rose, and land upon my little nose!"                              (Photo By: geebeezz.)

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1,500 Live Ladybugs

1,500 Live Ladybugs

Just ordered 1500 pretty little lady bugs to murder the aphids that are eating my pea plants!

Can You Really Mail Order Ladybugs? (with picture)

You can order ladybugs over the Internet or via a mail order catalog service. Many garden companies offer mail order ladybugs.

I got Ladybug! You’re totally adorable and you need an adorable charm to match! You’re cute as a bug and extra sweet. So use this lucky bug to improve your fortune. Which Good Luck Charm Matches Your Personality

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1. What do ladybugs eat? A. Ladybugs eat Aphids. Aphids are soft bodied insects that suck the juices out of plants. If you have roses in your garden, you have seen aphids. Aphids also come in a variety of colors and not all ladybugs like all the "flavors" of aphids. Ladybugs will also feed on scale insects and plant mites. 2. Are ladybugs poisonous? A. No. Ladybugs are not poisonous to humans. However, they can have toxic effects on some animals. Ladybugs have a foul odor which deters some…

1. What do ladybugs eat? A. Ladybugs eat Aphids. Aphids are soft bodied insects that suck the juices out of plants. If you have roses in your garden, you have seen aphids. Aphids also come in a variety of colors and not all ladybugs like all the "flavors" of aphids. Ladybugs will also feed on scale insects and plant mites. 2. Are ladybugs poisonous? A. No. Ladybugs are not poisonous to humans. However, they can have toxic effects on some animals. Ladybugs have a foul odor which deters some…

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