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A whimsical frog house that has a big frog resting on what looks like a lily pad adorning its roof. The leaves are actually nasturtium leaves from my spring garden. Toad abode houses are both functional and decorative. They will add color, whimsy and visual texture to your garden in addition to providing a home to frogs and toads.. Inspired by nature and perfect for the garden!

The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that a single adult toad can eat 10,000 insect pests over the course of an average summer. You can welcome them to your yard not with a kiss, but with a castle: a so-called toad abode. Toads are most active at night, so during the day they need a fairly dark, cool place to hide from the sun and predators. Encourage these garden friendly creatures to have a nice long stay in your garden by providing these adorable toad houses. Place many toad houses in the moist shady areas of your garden.

8" wide X 3 1/2" tall and glazed in a rich green and brown color. This frog on a leaf topped toad abode is very natural looking and would blend right into the garden very well.

Please bring me inside during freezing temperatures.

Signed ~ My Mother's Garden and stamped with my signature happy heart.

See the rest of the toad abode frog house collection here:

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Frog House Toad Abode Green Gardening, Frog On Lily Pad Nature Inspired Pottery Garden Decor for thr Gardener