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Bug hotel: I would like to do this in my garden in the next year or so... but I have a garden overrun with toads... should I or shouldn't I invite insects into my garden that may be toad food? And what kind of plants should I plant to attract the bugs in the first place?

Bug hotel: I would like to do this in my garden in the next year or so.

To keep bees in your garden, give them a place to nest and breed. You can make your own by filling a wood box with rolls of paper or cut bamboo reeds, or buy one that looks as beautiful as it is functional.  #ad #bee #garden

To keep bees in your garden, give them a place to nest and breed. You can make your own by filling a wood box with rolls of paper or cut bamboo reeds, or buy one that looks as beautiful as it is functional.

Insect Hotel step by step Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/

Insect hotel - Sustainable ideas including an explanation of the materials used, which insects they provide a habitat for and why you want that insect. This would be perfect to have as a project to build with a youth program

Home-made Repurposed Wood, Luxury Insect Hotel for the Discerning Arthropod - De Luxe Bug House

The Green Lever - Using minimal resources for maximum quality of life: Home-made Repurposed Wood, Luxury Insect Hotel or Five Star Bug House for the Discerning Arthropod - De Luxe Bug House

Insect Hotel by Vintage with Laces, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

PJ 305 - an upcycled link party - an adorable bug hotel, pressed leaf votives, hand made antique signs, rustic shelves made from standard boards, and more!

Bug hotel outdoor fence art

Bug hotel outdoor fence art - Natural and found elements such as branches, seed heads, bamboo, and moss are set in a wooden frame as four-season art. With materials collected from the garden it looks right at home!

Grey water is currently our main source of water for irrigation.  It comes from our kitchen and is in a pretty raw state, with floating food bits and partially solidified fats.  The water is caught...

Grey water "Grey water is currently our main source of water for irrigation. It comes from our kitchen and is in a pretty raw state, with floating food bits and partially solidified fats.