Insect houses attract beneficial insects, promoting garden biodiversity. They offer natural pest control and enhance pollination. Insect houses provide educational value and aesthetic appeal while supporting conservation efforts.
Benefits of creating space for insects:
Natural Pest Control: Insect houses attract beneficial insects that prey on garden pests, reducing the need for pesticides.
Pollination: Insect houses attract pollinators like bees, butterflies, and solitary bees and enhance plant reproduction.
Educational and Aesthetic Value: Insect houses provide educational opportunities for children and add visual appeal to gardens.
Conservation Efforts: Insect houses support the conservation of beneficial insects, preserving biodiversity and protecting pollinators.