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signs of a healthy garden

Posted by hostahillbilly 4 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 19, 14 at 12:42

and loud lil buggers


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RE: signs of a healthy garden

It's hard to tell it's a frog when it's upside down. I thought you had a solution for that.

bk


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He's right-side up for me and very cute. I have never found one in my yard, unfortunately.


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ok bk here ya go :-)


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Cute. I live in the city. Haven't seen any frog in my garden. :-(


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I love finding frogs in the garden..tree frogs the most. I picked up a pot the other day and a toad came crawling out the top..really surprised me lol


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The pic is right side up for me too. Looks good from here.

I love finding frogs and toads in my yard. When my terra cotta planters break, I stick them in wet corners of the yard as toad houses.


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Thanks, HH. I actually downloaded it and turned it upside down. At first I couldn't tell what it was. (I would only do that for you.)

Cyn, anyone who is viewing the upside down frog on a tablet will see it right side up. I understand that Windows 8 and/or Chrome will turn it right side up for desktops and laptops. If you use Windows 7 or Vista and either IE or Firefox, it appears upside down or sideways - however the photo was taken. I understand that if you put the button on the tablet on the right side when you take it, the photo will appear oriented correctly on all devices.

bk

edit: I just checked with my laptop (windows 8). The photo appears upside down. If you click on it, it will show the photo correctly in a new window.

This post was edited by bkay2000 on Sat, Jul 19, 14 at 18:29


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So cute, I love him.

Karen


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I love the frogs too. It is a vote of confidence in the garden to have them around. And now I have a new small turtle back in residence too. It seems we have a bumper crop of brown tiny toads this year.

Thanks for featuring our friends the frogs toads, HH.


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My grandsons caught a bunch of little bitty toads (about 30) and brought them over for my garden. Hope they survive and stick around.


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