Featured Products

Taurrus XL

Taurrus XL; predatory mites for the biological control of snake mite on snakes and Lizards. Treats up to 30 vivariums or Terraniums.

More information > £ 79.95

Solitary Bee Voucher

Voucher for LIVE solitary mason bee cocoons. Cocoons dispatched in May 2015. Limited availability.

More information > £ 18.00

Beepol 'Copper Top' Villa & large Bumblebee Hive (April - July only)

Beepol Villa, (the big one) is our largest bumblebee hive. The Villa now has a luxurious copper roof to add some glamour to your garden. The Beepol colony in a Villa is suitable for large gardens.

More information > £ 195.00

NEW Hedgehog Igloo

The Hedgehog Igloo, designed to provide a natural habitat, hibernation and nest for Hedgehogs and their families.

More information > £ 20.95




Coming soon......... ANDROLIS

Dragonfli will be launching a new biological control for Red Mite in chickens and birds.

Androlis contains a predatory mite which feeds and kills all stages of the red mite life cycle. The predators leave no harmful residue and provide a natural and environmentally friendly method of Red Mite control for user and birds.

Keep an eye on here, Facebook and Twitter for the launch of this new product in 2015.

For  2015, Dragonfli have launched a  new design of the Beepol Bumblebee Villa , which is the house designed for the Beepol Large hive. The new design has a copper roof, which will look fantastic in any garden.  In 2014,  Dragonfli launched for the first time, live solitary bees and attractive solitary bee habitats.  Now  we have two live pollinating insects to choose from at Dragonfli; UK native bumblebees and Solitary bees . These bees can be supported with our wide range of bee friendly plants and seeds. Go to Stories & Photos on our Bee page to see what our customers do with their bees!

 When sowing or planting, one of the best ways to help young plants establish is with the addition of beneficial fungi like Mycorrhizal   fungi. The new, relaunched Dragonfli range of Roots Boost pouches are specially formulated to help plants establish in standard or adverse growing  conditions.  Dragonfli supply granular  Mycorrhiza products  for use at planting and soluble versions for watering in at or after planting.

To combat insect pests in the garden , try first to establish habitats that will attract beneficial insects such as Ladybirds and Lacewings. If they are not present in large enough numbers, Dragonfli supplies a wide range of biological control and natural enemies to help combat pests naturally including a wide range of nematodes for the control of garden pests such as Vine weevil, fungus fly and Leatherjackets.

Biological control is not restricted to the control of pests on plants, we now also have biological control for red mite on chickens and hens in the form of tiny predatory mites that eat the red mites. A similar predatory mite is also available for the control of snake mite on snakes and Lizards. This removes the need for using harmful and ineffective chemical treatments.



Dragonfli is 5!!

In honour of our 5th birthday, we are relaunching our Roots Boost Mycorrhiza.

Our Mycorrhizal fungi ingredients form a symbiotic relationship with plants, to increase root growth and plant health.Roots Boost combines 18 species of Mycorrhiza, with bio stimulants and microbes, to form the ultimate planting aid for a wide variety of plants.

Roots Boost now comes in a handy, resealable pouch, in 3 sizes: 60g, 250g and 500g. Be good to your garden.



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New 'Copper Top' Villa now in!

To continue our 5th birthday celebrations, we have now released the new copper roof Beepol Villa.

The Villa houses the Large Beepol Hive and has a bigger colony inside- perfect for large gardens and grounds. The Large Beepol hive has a clear viewing window, so the colony can be clearly observed. The 'Copper Top' Villa will add a touch of luxury for the bees and some glamour to your garden! Visit the Beepol Villa tab under the Bees section of the website.


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