Friendly Flowers - Beneficial Insects Attractant Flowers seeds

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Cultivating flowers that attract beneficial insects offers many benefits. These blooms act as a lure for predatory insects such as ladybugs, lacewings, and parasitic wasps, which are instrumental in controlling garden pests naturally. This biological pest control reduces the need for harmful chemical interventions, promoting a healthier and more sustainable garden environment. Additionally, these flowers provide essential food sources, such as nectar and pollen, supporting the adult stages of beneficial insects and encouraging their presence year-round. Furthermore, attracting beneficial insects contributes to the overall biodiversity of your garden. These insects play a crucial role in pollination, enhancing the reproductive success of flowering plants.
Flowers Composition: crotalaria, coriander, cosmos bipinnatus, dill, asparagus, phacelia, incamate clover, common vine.

    Sep - Jan

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    Per Plant

  • Fruit

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    60-90 days