Apart from being a joy to watch, ladybirds are extremely useful creatures. An adult ladybird eats over 100 aphids per day, which is a good reason to make it comfortable in your garden. The ladybird house is designed to allow ladybirds to shelter whilst keeping out other likely inhabitants or predators and that ladybirds can access it easily. Ladybirds often hibernate in clusters and it is advisable to put some leaves or a corrugated carton roll inside to make them feel at home. Also frozen ladybird larvae can be put into this house for biological control of aphids.