Garden Pest Control

Pest control is a fact of life in the garden, and we have many cunning ways to help you scare off these unwelcome visitors, including deterrents, biological controls and traps.

Biological Pest Control

If you prefer a natural, organic method of saying goodbye to garden pests, and you don’t have the right natural predator...
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Bug & Insect Deterrent

If your garden is being invaded by pesky insect pests, then you need our bug and insect deterrents. All kinds of little ...
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Cat Deterrent

It's infuriating when the neighbourhood cats choose your garden as a playground, toilet or bird hunting ground. If you w...
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Slug & Snail Deterrents

Slugs and snails are the bane of many a gardener’s life. They certainly can wreak havoc in the garden, chomping their wa...
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Whether your garden is plagued by cats, slugs, snails or bugs, we have the solution for you in our pest control collecti...
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Garden pests can be frustrating, as no-one wants to find that a whole row of young plants has disappeared overnight due to pests! That’s why it's a good idea to encourage natural predators such as beneficial insects, hedgehogs, frogs and toads but sometimes gardeners need a little extra help.

Which garden pests are eating my plants?

Different pests cause damage in different ways. Slugs will eat small to medium-sized holes in the middle of leaves, cabbage white butterfly caterpillars eat big holes in leaves of different plants and aphids and other insects will suck sap and generally destroy garden plants.

What Types of Pest Control Are There?

In general, there are 3 groupings of garden pest control:

Organic Controls - These include companion planting, hand-picking pests from plants, crop rotation and good garden hygiene such as removing debris under which pests will hide and multiply. To find out more shop our companion planting seed and plant ranges.

Chemical Controls - These have been greatly reduced and need to be used with care having first carefully read the instructions.

Biological Controls - This popular and effective form of garden pest control involves the deliberate introduction of the pest's natural predator. It works best in a controlled environment, such as a greenhouse.