Lacewing Eggs: How To Release Lacewings In Your Garden?

Are you looking to add lacewing larvae to get rid of pests in your garden? One of the best ways is to procure them as lacewing eggs and release them when the time is right. In this article, we talk about the best way to do this. Lacewing larvae are beneficial insects. They are biocontrol … Read more

Lacewing – All You Need To Know

Lacewings are one of the most important pest controllers and beneficial insects in the world. Here, we tell you everything you might like to know about them. A common generalist predator in North America, Lacewings are considered to be a gardener’s friend. There are about 1300 species of lacewings spread across 87 different genera around … Read more

Lacewing Larvae Bite – Does It Hurt?

Many people breed and actively attract lacewings to their gardens. But do lacewing larvae bite, and if so – is it dangerous in any way? Let’s find out. Working among plants comes with its own set of challenges. While it’s all good to want to have bugs that eat up pests in your garden, once … Read more

Brown Lacewing – All You Need To Know

We explain all you need to know about the lesser-known cousin – brown lacewing, in the article below. Lacewings are beautiful, golden-eyed insects that have thin wings with intricate vein networks. This gives them a lace-like appearance and, hence, their name. But the name actually includes a large variety of insects. Taxonomically, all insects under … Read more

What Are Lacewings Good For? Helpful Facts

Lacewings are popular among gardeners as biological pest control, but it is good to know what their limits are. In this blog, we look at what lacewings are good for and whether you should have them in your garden. Lacewings (or, more accurately, their larvae) are generalist predators, one of the few varieties of beneficial … Read more

How To Attract Lacewings In 6 Easy Steps

Lacewings are one of the most beneficial insects to have in your garden. This guide will show you how to attract lacewings to help get rid of those pesky aphids and other pest infestations. Keeping natural predators in your garden is one of the best ways to control pest populations in the long run. The … Read more