Featured Products

Androlis M

Androlis M predatory mites for biological control of red bird mite/chicken mite on chickens/hens or exotic birds. One bottle treats up to 10 birds.

More information > £ 22.95

Androlis L

Androlis L ; predatory mites for the control of red mite, chicken mite on hens, chickens and exotic birds. Treats up to 30 birds

More information > £ 45.00

Beepol Bumblebee Garden Hive (April -July only)

The Beepol Bumblebee Garden hive; live native bumblebees for your garden.

More information > £ 75.00

Roots Boost Mycorrhiza 250g

Roots Boost 250g is a granular based pouch of Mycorrhizal fungi, bio stimulants and microbes for improved plant health and vigour at planting and transplanting.

More information > £ 9.95




2015 is our 5th Anniversary!

We have already launched several new products this year, Eco Sticky Trap, the Copper Top Villa, Solitary Bee nester kits, Red Mite control for chickens and snake mite control for reptiles.  We think it will be a very busy year!

We would like to thank all of our customers and suppliers for their continued support over the past 5 years and look forward to many more years!

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.




Please make sure that your Beepol Lodges & Villas are shaded for the most part of the day, especially during this hot weather.

The colonies produce a lot of heat themselves, so the external temperature may cause them to over-heat.

Put up a parasol or move the bees location.

Although we do not recommend moving the bees once they have been released, it is more important to keep them healthy during this heatwave. The bees can be moved in the evening, once the entrance hatch has been closed up. Any bees leaving the colony the next day should map their way back to the new location.




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The Bumblebee season has started!

Our Bumblebee delivery season started on Wednesday 29th April.

Van runs are currently worked out 2 weeks in advance, so be aware of this when placing your order, as we cannot deliver immediately.

Delivery day is a Wednesday ( or Thursday if in the North of Scotland).

We love seeing where our bees are living, so send in your photos to sales@dragonfli.co.uk and we can put them on to our Stories & Photos section of this site.




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