A while back I published an article on all-natural ways to keep pests away from your garden. It briefly touches on the idea of providing water and shelter to allies (predators of pests), but doesn’t go into much detail.
By far the best allies you can have in your garden are frogs and toads. There are beneficial insect allies you can attract, but unlike insects, frogs can eat hundreds of bugs every week.
Pests that would destroy your garden don’t stand a chance with a few frogs around. That’s why creating a habitat that is ideal for frogs and toads should be a top priority.
In this article, Rachel from Grow a Good Life explains exactly how she attracts frogs and toads to her garden. Follow the link below to learn her methods.