Attracting and encouraging toads and frogs to live in your garden keeps the pest population down and reduces the need for pesticides or other natural insect deterrents. Just one frog or toad can eat up to pests during the garden season.
A DIY toad house made with a thrift-store terracotta pot turned upside down and Dollar Tree pebbles hot-glued on. The roof is made from a fallen piece of old tree bark found alongside the road. Put soil and live moss from the yard under the roof.
Start attaching-pebbles use hot glue,but if little hands are sticking them down, you can also use a super-strong double-sided tape, such as the type used to lay carpets. It’s entirely up to you how closely you’d like to pack those pebbles, as the grouting
Building a bug hotel or wildlife stack in your garden is a great way to attract beneficial insects and wildlife into your garden such as ladybirds, bumble bees, butterflies, frogs & toads. This will help to create a more diverse range of wildlife in your
Making A Wildlife Habitat From Recycled & Found Materials Forget all those expensive manufactured solitary bee houses or hedgehog homes, you can make your insect habitat out of scrap materials and old pallets