Guests staying at the Disneyland Resort Hotels got into the spirit of Earth Month by releasing hundreds of thousands of ladybugs into hotel flower beds at three separate events in April. Ladybugs help keep plants healthy and reduce the need for pesticide by eating destructive insects.
This is the third year the Resort District Programs team in partnership with Horticulture, conducted the ladybug release. About 75,000 ladybugs were released at each of the three events at the Disneyland Hotel and Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Spa, for a total off approximately 225,000 ladybugs. Guests staying at all three hotels were invited.
Ladybugs are cute....Dr Lee