Coconut Husk DIY Ladybug House

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Coconut Husk DIY Ladybug House
Coconut Husk DIY Ladybug House
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Help keep your garden pest-free with this easy gardening project that you can make in just a few hours. This Coconut Husk DIY Ladybug House is a simple solution to dealing with common garden pests, and shows you how to build a small habitat for ladybugs that can hang outdoors in your garden area. Ladybugs are incredibly useful insects that eat pests like mites and aphids, and are a great alternative to harmful pest repellents or other chemicals. Turn the husk of a coconut into a sweet little home for your insect pals with this DIY gardening project.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialNatural Material

Primary TechniqueGardening


Project TypeMake a Project

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