Ladybugs in the Garden

While it’s definitely a possibility that ladybugs might attack small butterfly larvae, in general they probably are much more beneficial than a problem. This year my Red Honeysuckle is infested with aphids and these ladybug eggs and larvae are certainly welcome to help control them.

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One response to “Ladybugs in the Garden

  1. To take care at home all you need is a bottlecap and honey.
    Fill the bottlecap with water just a drip so the larvea *Or ladybug*
    Get a leaf and put a little honey smear it on the leaf put in with the bug and do this 2 a day!

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