Wildlife World

The Butterfly Habitat Case of 6

Reviews (4.2 out of 5 Grommets)

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Attractive and useful

8/27/2019 by Karen

I bought this as a gift for a friend who lives in AZ. She loved it and couldn't wait to set it up outside. It's cute as well as a very useful gift.


Bought for my friend

2/13/2019 by Suzanne

What a cool thing. Bought for my friend, a gardener who wants to attract more butterflies. She loves it.


Well-crafted butterfly sanctuary

12/28/2018 by SMM

The biome arrived well-packaged and in excellent condition. The color is a little more on the green side than as shown in the picture, but it is pretty. The biome is well-crafted from solid woods. I purchased it as a gift and the recipient loved it!


Butterfly tenants

5/20/2018 by JoAnne

I saw my first butterfly enjoying a ripened banana I had placed in my Biome. What a thrill he/she had stopped by for a snack and a little R & R. This is a great Grommet gift and I am tickled to play a role in the delightful life of a butterfly!


Cool Butterfly Habitat

6/18/2017 by Ron

Already has butterfly's feeding in it !! What a cool idea !!


Loved the idea.

6/26/2019 by Miriam

Was not happy with product. After only one month the paint was peeling and peak was separating. I glued and nailed the top back together.



2/13/2019 by Pamela

Unusual.a bit pricey for the quality


Cute but not smooth

7/20/2020 by Rebecca

I wish the wood was sanded down/smoother. Not sure I would recommend this.

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The Wildlife World Story

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Wildlife World is all about making nature feel as comfortable as possible. Their cozy habits and feeders for insects, birds, and bats are made to attract these beneficial creatures to your outdoor space.

The team puts a lot of thought and care into their designs, and tests it all out on a 35-acre farm in the United Kingdom. Each lodge, box, hive, hotel and more is made with timber that’s FSC-certified and sourced from well-managed forests along with other sustainably-minded elements like ceramic. These abodes do more than add a bit of whimsy to a garden. They are created to suit the needs of
its guests (with features like nesting cones and perfectly-sized perches) while helping out your surroundings. Attracting bees and butterflies can help pollinate flower and veggie gardens, and creatures like bats and frogs can ward off pests. Read More Read Less