Encourage pollinating insects to frequent your garden by mounting this Nature’s Way Beneficial Insect House in it. A variety of housing arrangements within this tall unit provides suitable shelter to mason bees, ladybugs, and lacewings, for a truly inviting piece. The green, pitched roof wonderfully covers the lengthy, rectangular shelter, and each of its five sections has different components, for plenty of versatility. Bamboo tubes are great for use by mason bees, while ladybugs often use homes with oval slot entries. Lacewings and earwigs are known to seek shelter within bark and pinecones, both behind a metal mesh screen. Predrilled wooden chunks near the base are great for leaf cutter bees, and the yellow and tan tones throughout the unit showcase its wooden construction. Use the attached metal hanger to affix the home to a wall or fence, ideally near where you wish to see insect activity. Help your garden and insect populations thrive with this Beneficial Insect House.