• Number 10 Mistletoe Bird - pops opens the misle toe's ripe berries and opening the sticky contents and safely eats it; manages to plant the sticky clean in the perfect position to form an aerial garden with it's bottom; the garden is so self-sufficient that it takes little help to grow
  • Number 9 Earthworm - turn organic trash into compost and helps us out in our gardens; worm's waste products are filled with vitamins and minerals that plants need to grow
  • Number 8 Thynnid Wasp - a species of orchid produces the same pheromones as the female and attracts the male and his struggles with the orchid develop pollen onto the orchid, making him and unwilling gardener; won't produce seeds without the love of a male lover
  • Number 7 Fig Wasp - female forces her way through a narrow opening; looks for a place to lay her eggs, then wipes the male pollen onto the fig's female reproduction organs; without her careful pollination, there would be no fig trees; family spends almost most of life inside the fig; depends on fig for food and shelter
  • Number 6 Giraffe - it plays a major part in defining the nature of the African landscape; because of years of the giraffe's browsing, the acacia changes constantly and grows taller to avoid the hungry mouths of the acacia; acacias get their umbrella shape by the giraffes' careful pruning; can spend more than 16 hours a day eating on the acacia trees
  • Number 5 Gorilla - selectively prune the forest which affects the ways his garden plants grow; remembers where he ate and will avoid it again to let it grow; stimulates new growth and their own gorilla fertilizer encourages new seedlings to sprout
  • Number 4 Hypsi - it will store fruit for later by carefully burying them underground; each season, it can bury more than 700 different fruit to avoid thuggery but has a terrible memory that allows the buried fruit to germinate and grow into trees away from the competition
  • Number 3 Termite - queen produces babies that will grow into termites that turn feces into fungus; termites go to the toilet in the fungus room; they cultivate a white fungus that breaks down the cellulose so that the termites can eat it
  • Number 2 Jellyfish - they spend their lives looking after their plants 24 hours a day and avoids less sunlight; when they relied on their gardens, they exchanged it's tentacles for it's gardens
  • Number 1 Lemon Ant - will defend their gardens from all intruders and even weed out other competing plants to create space in the forest for the same species of tree it lives in; uses it's sting on plants to get rid of the competition; can crate clearings that cover 1,300 square meters that are estimated to be over 800 years old and contain 15,000 queens and 3,000,000 workers with extreme dedication