Indoor Garden Pack - 1,000 Green Lacewings, 25 A. cucumeris Sachets, 25 A. swirskii Sachets, 5M Nematodes, & 5 Good Bug Artemia Diet Tabs




Aphids, Small Caterpillars, Whiteflies, Spider Mites, Scale, Thrips, Mealybugs, & many other soft-bodied insects.


Larval stage of various Thrips including Western Flower Thrips, Flower or Eastern Thrips, Onion Thrips, Greenhouse Thrips, Melon Thrips, and more. Also feeds on Two-Spotted Spider Mites, Cyclamen Mites, Tomato Russet Mites, Broad Mites, Russet Hemp Mites, and various other mite species.


Greenhouse Whitefly, Certain Thrips Larvae spp., and Tobacco Whitefly. Also targets Broad Mites, Tarsonemid Mites, Cyclamen Mites, Two-Spotted Spider Mites, & many other pest mite species.


Nematodes control over 200+ soil-pests including Fleas, Fungus Gnats, Thrips, Codling Moths, Webworms, Ticks, Fruit Flies, Cucumber Beetles, Ants, Grubs & more.



Green Lacewings, also known as the Aphid Exterminator, are essential defenders against a wide range of garden pests. These delicate insects, measuring about ½ - ¾ inches, lay tiny eggs near pest populations, which hatch into larvae within days. The larvae, resembling alligators, actively hunt and feed on soft-bodied pests for 2-4 weeks before pupating and emerging as adults. Each female can lay up to 200 eggs, ensuring a continuous cycle of pest control. To optimize their effectiveness, consider the specific pests, level of infestation, life cycle timing, and environmental conditions of your garden when choosing between larvae, eggs, or adults for introduction.



Affordable, preventative control. Performs well under cooler temperatures. Used for pest prevention early in the growing season.

Amblyseius cucumeris are versatile predatory mites characterized by eight legs and a pear-shaped body, with coloration adapting to their prey. They exhibit good tolerance to varying temperatures and humidity levels, making them suitable for controlling mite populations both indoors and outdoors. As generalists, they feed on various pest mite species. Female cucumeris deposit spherical, transparent eggs beneath leaves, close to pest infestations. Under optimal conditions, these eggs hatch into larvae with three pairs of legs within 2-3 days. Through two nymphal stages, they develop four pairs of legs and progressively target larger immature pests until reaching adulthood. Throughout their 30-day lifespan, adult cucumeris consume significant numbers of pests while perpetuating the reproductive cycle.



Affordable generalist with short reproductive cycle. Controls pests at warmer temperatures than cucumeris mites.

Amblyseius swirskii, as generalist predatory mites, prey on various small arthropod pests such as Thrips, Whiteflies, and a diverse range of spider mites. Typically beige or tan in color and measuring around 0.5mm in length, Swirskii possess relatively short legs and an oval body adorned with long, distinctive sensory hairs. These highly mobile predators boast a brief reproductive cycle, rendering them valuable for controlling target pests. Females lay oval-shaped eggs attached to leaf surfaces and close to pest populations. Within 2-3 days, these eggs hatch into 6-legged larvae actively seeking out pest eggs and small pest larvae for the following 1-3 days. Following the larval stage, SWIRSKII undergo two nymphal phases, spanning approximately 4-7 days, during which they acquire 8 legs and persist in preying upon their targets. Upon reaching full maturity, they assume their roles as adult predatory mites.



Easy release powder dissolves quickly and is trusted by professionals for its effectiveness. Nematodes work well in different temperatures and adapts to various weather conditions with ease.

Beneficial Nematodes are tiny worms found in soil that target young stages of pest insects, like larvae, grubs, nymphs, and pupae. These helpful creatures rely on moisture to move around and locate their prey. If it's too dry, they can't move well, and if it's too wet, they might drown or get washed away.

Their life cycle starts when female nematodes lay eggs, which hatch into non-feeding juveniles. These juveniles molt several times until they become hungry infective juveniles. They actively search for hosts, enter them, and release bacteria that kill the pests. Within a few days, the infected insect dies, and the juveniles feed on it. This cycle repeats until conditions change.

When the food source is gone, mature nematodes mate, and females lay eggs, starting the cycle anew. It continues as long as conditions stay favorable..


1 insect per sq. ft., monthly, as needed.


Don't fight pests, prevent them with slow release sachets.
Hang one sachet per 6 square foot, every 2-4 weeks. May increase to 1 per plant.



Soil above 53°F
Preventative/Light: 5 million per 300 sq. ft.
Moderate/Heavy: 5 million per 50 sq. ft.

Store Policies

Please review our store policies below on Shipping & Processing, Live Delivery Guarantee, and Returns/Replacements. By placing your order, you are agreeing to these policies. Thank you!

Thank you for shopping with us! No recommendation on pesticide use has been made by, or provided to, by the seller concerning the use of the pesticide covered by this website. Purchaser claims is for home use only and "not for commercial use".
Shipping & Processing:
Please allow 1-3 business days to process your order. At Natures Good Guys, we offer a variety of shipping methods for you to choose from when checking out after your purchase to give you flexibility. Overnight shipping and Second day are shipping services that we offer, however, choosing those services does not mean your order will ship the same day your order was placed. Overnight and second day shipping starts at transit time NOT when the order is placed.  While every effort will be made to expedite your order, we cannot guarantee same day order processing. Orders are shipped as quickly as possible and according to the availability of the product. Tracking information for UPS, USPS and FedEx deliveries will automatically be sent to your email if and when that information is available. 
Harvest Delays:
Please note that while we make our best attempt to keep all of our products in stock, nature sometimes thinks differently! We need to work with the natural reproductive cycles of living organisms, which means that on occasion your order will be delayed. Certain insects are harvested on specific days only, and sometimes our harvest will be delayed. In such a case, we will make our best attempt to send your order as soon as possible, or notify you through email or phone if there will be a significant delay.
Overnight Shipping:
We ship Overnight orders from Mon-Thurs and Second day orders from Mon-Wed (excluding holiday weeks/schedule varies), in order to prevent bugs from sitting in warehouses all weekend long and to assure their viability upon arrival. Second day orders will ship on Thursdays but only those whose address is Saturday deliverable. We do NOT ship Overnight and Second day orders Fri-Sun. USPS orders ship from Mon-Fri. Our cutoff time is 12 PM (pacific time). Please provide an email and phone number when placing your order, in case of a delay we will notify you to inform you about the delay and when to expect your order.  We DO NOT ship to PO boxes. We reserve the right to withhold shipments due to weather extremes or holidays.

Due to the high volume of orders we process, we kindly ask that you notify us within 30 minutes of placing your order for any changes or cancellation requests. If you reach out to us after the order has already entered production, we will make our best efforts to accommodate your request; however, we cannot guarantee its feasibility at that stage.
Live Delivery Guarantee:
At NaturesGoodGuys, we are committed to providing you with the highest quality beneficial insects to enhance your gardening experience. Our Live Delivery Guarantee means that if you receive insects that are not viable upon delivery, you can contact us for a resolution.Simply email us at, providing your order number and a detailed description of the issue you encountered. We may require photos of both the insects and the packaging they arrived in. Our dedicated team will work diligently to address the problem and find a suitable solution.

Please note that our Live Delivery Guarantee pertains specifically to the condition of the insects at the time of delivery and does not cover instances where insects may perish at a later stage.   We will exercise our discretion to assess whether your situation falls within the time frame qualifying for our policy. Factors such as the insect species, hatching time, temperature conditions, and other relevant considerations will be taken into account to determine the applicability of the guarantee. For non-hatching insects, you must contact us within 48 hours of delivery in order to be considered for the guarantee. Replacements will only be processed/shipped on Wednesdays & Thursdays.

Upon receiving your package from NaturesGoodGuys, we highly recommend opening it immediately and checking for a sticker indicating the need for refrigeration. It's crucial to carefully read the instructions included for specific storage information to ensure the well-being of your beneficial insects. We are not responsible for replacements due to incorrect storage methods.

One important thing to note is that we do not expect ice packs to remain frozen or cold upon delivery. Ice packs serve as a temporary measure to help maintain moisture and temperatures during transit.Please keep in mind that some insects may require time to adjust and recover from transit before they become active. If you don't observe immediate movement upon opening the package, this doesn't necessarily mean they are not viable. Give them a little time, and monitor for signs of activity as they settle into their new environment. Most of our insects are difficult to see without magnification.

Some species/quantities do not have multiple shipping methods to choose from because they require short transit time for viability. For those who have concerns about the well-being of their insects during transit, we suggest selecting overnight shipping. This ensures that your beneficial insects spend minimal time in transit, reducing stress and maximizing their chances of arriving in optimal condition.
If you have received an item that is damaged, defective or incorrect, please contact us immediately when you receive your shipment to resolve the problem. We do not typically ask for dead insects to be sent back to us, but replacements can be scheduled if the order is qualified, which is determined by customer support (please read our Live Delivery Guarantee). Please note that while we will happily replace packages that have been damaged, incorrect, or lost, we are not responsible for dead insects in the following situations:

1. Customer input the incorrect shipping information: If the customer contacts our help line BEFORE their order has been processed to correct an address error we will be able to perform this change for you so that you can receive your order.
2. Customer did not follow the instructions included with the shipped item: All of our items including our beneficial insects are shipped with instructions on proper use and storage (this can also be found on our website). Failure to follow the printed instructions or using a product other than for its intended uses will result in unsatisfactory results. Each case of unsatisfactory results are unique, therefore a customer service agent will help assess if the instructions were followed before any further actions can be taken on a claim.
3. Customer's inability to receive the shipment in a timely fashion after delivery. If a customer is not home to accept the package when it is delivered, it is either taken back to the post office or left exposed to the elements in your yard or mailbox and this will cause stress to the insects, potentially resulting in insect death. Make sure that when you place an order you arrange a convenient time to be home to accept the shipment when it is delivered. We provide tracking information on all shipped orders so that the customer can be aware of when they should be expecting their order. Do not place an order you do not think you will be home to accept as we will not replace packages that die out of customer negligence.