Here is the head gardener, taking away another barrow-load of weeds:
I spotted this rabbit among my marigolds and was going to chase it away or make it a nice bed between two layers of pastry when I noticed it was ignoring the marigolds and eating the weeds, so it instantly got promoted to assistant gardener.
Another important task is getting rid of caterpillars that are eating the plants. This pair of Thread-waisted wasps was taking a break from caterpillar hunting to make more wasps.
Once the eggs are fertilised, the female wasp will sting a caterpillar so it is alive but paralyzed. It will then stick it in a hole and lay an egg. The wasp larva will eat the caterpillar alive, from the inside. It would take a quirky sense of humour to invent one of these.