2017 / Outdoor And Exercise Equipment / Patio/Garden Furniture and Accessories / Professional

TreeDrops - Garden Habitats

  • Prizes
    Gold in Outdoor and Exercise Equipment/Patio/Garden Furniture and Accessories
  • Company
    Tree Drops, Canada
  • Lead Designer
    Mark Anson
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TreeDrops are built from reclaimed cedar that is steam bent into a teardrop form that thus provides a variety of safe havens in our gardens.

Feather Bed
Your backyard birds are part of the local ecosystem, and attracting them to your yard means planning a proper
habitat. Built with just the right size nesting cavity and entry
hole for chickadees and nuthatches.

Ladybug Abode
This habitat provides protection for ladybugs in the winter months and as an incubation area for egg hatching and molting. Ladybugs are voracious and efficient predators of insect pests, helping to protect your garden.

Mason Maison
The Orchard Mason Bee is a gentle, beneficial insect that is a copious pollinator of fruit trees, flowers and food crops. The water resistant cardboard tubes have a thick wall which Chalcid Wasps cannot ovipost through and lay eggs. The replaceable white inner liner will reduce mite and fungal infestations.

Cedar Feeder
Turn your yard into a birdfeeding habitat that brings song, colour and life to your home. Your bird feeder should be placed in locations where you will get the most enjoyment watching birds that are protected from predators and the elements.

Drop of Light
Light up your garden with style. You can create a hanging tree sculpture that looks great in the day and transforms at night using a few Drops Of Light. Burn citronella tea light candles to keep back the bugs while you enjoy the twinkling twilight.

Squirrel Squat
Fill this Tree Drop with wildlife snacks, then just sit back and watch the fun. Squirrels love scampering in and out for the tasty treats.

Butterfly Hideaway
Give butterflies shelter from wind, weather and predators. Place the Hideaway in your garden, and when it gets cool at night the butterflies may just seek your protection.

Photo Credit: Tree Drops