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Ladybugs are beetles that pollinate flowers by moving pollen between them as they travel in search of food like nectar and aphids. As they move, pollen sticks to their bodies and fertilizes the flowers, allowing them to produce seeds. Ladybugs can also enter tightly constructed flowers like sunflowers to access nectar. Our “Ladybug” is a floral blend of poppy, plumeria, nag champa with a hint of mahogany teakwood.


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