Beneficial Insects

Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd | Nat Buttenshaw   Date Posted: 5 May 2020

You may think of flower pollination as quite a simple process, however the details are far more complex and there are a large and diverse range of pollinators responsible for successful plant pollination in your garden.


Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd | Nat Buttenshaw   Date Posted: 28 February 2020

Though they are known by many names the ladybird, ladybug or lady beetle they are part of the larger beetle population belonging to the family coccinellidae. Found throughout most of the world there are around 500 species in Australia alone.


Author: Jennifer Charlotte   Date Posted: 14 August 2018

Bees play vital part in the production of many of the world's food crops. Unfortunately though, bees are under threat from intensive farming, disease, and even climate change. This article explains how planning your garden with bees can make difference.


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