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The author discusses various animals that help foster the success of gardens, in particular frogs and toads.
The cover alluded to is mulch, produced naturally to promote wild plant growth. Materials recommended for creating mulch are wood bark/chips, leaves, and straw or hay. Additional incentive to use mulch in gardens were the downside of not having mulch as a natural protectant for plants.
For gardeners seeking green thumb level success, the author offered information types of plants: open pollinated; hybrid; and genetically modified organism. She discussed each type’s characteristics and how OPs, hybrids, and GMOs can affect a garden’s productivity.