Do ladybugs eat flowers?
No, they eat aphids. The aphids are what eat flowers and houseplants, so the ladybugs are actually good for your garden and houseplants.
No, ladybugs cannot eat flowers. But the insects in question (Coccinellidae family) may feed upon floral nectars and pollens in the younger portions of their generally year-long life cycles and natural histories. As adults, they will be known more for protecting flowers from harmful pests than for damaging any of the plant's above- and below-ground body parts.
How can you, as a human, be friends with ladybugs? You can appreciate the beauty and usefulness of ladybugs. Ladybugs eat aphids, tiny insects that suck the sap out of plants and flowers, causing them to wither and die. Aphids are especially fond of roses and fruit trees, so ladybugs can help protect the flowers and fruit trees from aphids by eating them. You should be careful not to harm a ladybug. If you find…