Your garden needs more frogs

You’re lucky if you have frogs in your garden. They help keep down the bugs. Even metal ones.
Frogs and toads, like ferns, usually prefer moist spaces. (You can help by offering them a toad house for shelter from hot, baking sunshine. Make one easily using a broken plant pot, set on its side like a pup tent.)
Frogs and toads beget more frogs and toads, if you offer them a pond to spawn in. This makes your neighbouring gardeners happy, too. Usually.


  1. The horseshoe frogs are adorable. The live variety will eat moths, mosquitoes and their larvae, snails, slugs, flies, beetles and cockroaches. wow! Their needs are pretty simple: shelter, moisture, food and a place to breed.

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