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    No idea how, but a stone planter near the back door has become a shelter for baby frogs! Where did they come from? Why did they choose this planter - and will they stay there this winter? (Plants there are mostly Sweet Williams, bought from Homebase in the spring. They should flower next year. I am wondering if there were unseen tiny froglets in the tray of plants I bought then?)

    Have put in a few pictures to show you where they (at least 3 seen together) stay. I think it is quite unusual! The solar lights come on at night, and I wonder if that helps them to see food moving around?
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    That's brilliant Catherine, perhaps it just gives them enough moisture and shade.
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