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Praying Mantis are one the best solution for people how don't want to use dangerous chemicals in their garden to control insects. They are one of the best predator insects, eating about any bug except the valuable Lady Bugs.
Your Praying Mantis eggcases are currently refrigerated to regulate hatching; once removed and exposed to warm temperatures of 70 to 90 degrees F., the average hatch time is 10-20 days, but can take up to 8 weeks. Simply refrigerate the egg cases until you are ready for your chemical-free insect control. Each eggcase will yield from 50-200 baby Praying Mantis. Most hatch at once, but some may hatching may take up to 8 weeks. Generally purchased by mantid & insect enthusiasts, hobbyists, school teachers, or most important for garden pest control. With the egg case we include egg hatching, care instructions and a pack of Marigold Seeds to attract beneficial insects to your garden.
not sure cases look good but they are still in fridge for spring would hate to give them a bad rap if they are still in limboPublished 10 days ago by sheri carrington
I suspended these on sticks in jars, following all the instructions on placement,light, temperature, etc. They did not hatch! Will not buy these again or suggest you do.Published 1 month ago by Janette Lynch
Kept these for many months and they did not hatch. Perhaps these eggs were not fertilized. I purchased 4 orders of praying mantis eggs from Armstrong Garden supply and they ALL... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tex
Eggs hatched in early June (I'm in Zone 5). I monitored their growth during the summer and ended up with one adult in each of my gardens. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John A. Zielinski
I bought these once and the mantises have returned yearly. They are awesome!Published 1 month ago by Bridget
So many little mantis came out... 2 eggs gave over 400 little ones!Published 2 months ago by h. bashaw
I loved the praying mantis' we got this year! We found this really big one at the end of the season! It was so cool!Published 2 months ago by Violet
after reading reviews, I kept cases in a tall, breathable container with timothy hay, atop some sticks with hopes of seeing the tiny mantis' emerge. Read morePublished 3 months ago by songbird7
Followed the instructions and still the eggs never hatched. Very disappointed. Total let down for my kids and a waste of money.Published 3 months ago by E. Steinhorst