Each month I’ll feature a lens that I discovered while exploring Squidoo.
Winter is a good time to start planning your garden. There’s a long list of things to decide. What kind of flowers or vegetables to plant, where to plant them, when to plant them and where the toads will live are a few.
You read that last one right. Toads like to eat critters that eat your plants, so encourage them to hang out in your garden. How do you do that?
Read AnthonyAltorenna‘s DIY lens on how to build a toad house. It covers all the steps and material needed to build one for your garden. He’s included photos of his own toad houses and helpful info about toads. I think it’s also the first lens I’ve seen that mentions using wampum.
It’s a good, easy to follow how to guide on an unusual topic. Perfect combination for a Squidoo lens.
Making one of these sounds like a good project for the kids, too. I’ve got an old cracked terracotta pot that I’m sure my kids would love to decorate and turn into a toad house. Thanks for the idea and info, Anthony!