It's not like they were especially pretty or fancy plants, they were random, obscure natives and such. I hope they found a good home!
Nothing like a mesh bag of hibernating ladybugs in your fridge to make you feel better!
"Ladybugs can eat over 5000 aphids (and other soft body insects) during their lifetime of about a year. Ladybugs are one of the few beneficial insects that can be stored for between one and ten weeks, dormant, in the refrigerator at a temperature between 35 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep them above freezing, and you can let some out occasionally as needed."