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 10,000 pests during the garden season. Here are some tips on how to attract and encourage toads and frogs to live in your garden.
A toad abode is a small ceramic house for toads. To create one yourself, turn a ceramic flowerpot upside down and, if it does not already have a toad-sized crack or hole in the side for an entrance, prop it up with a rock so the toad can get in and out. It is better not ot have a floor in your toad abode because toads like to dig. Place your toad abode in a shady spot near a water source, such as a small pond or even larger saucer of water.
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. I put soil and live moss from my yard under the roof. Hopefully the moss will eventually grow in between the pebbles to complete the look.
How to Attract Toads to the Garden and Why You Want Them There!
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