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gothqueen
Gainesville, FL

July 17, 2009
1:31 AM

Post #6828816

This morning I went out to water plants and saw this little guy in my Curcuma "Blue Tung". He was so sure he was out of sight, LOL

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gothqueen
Gainesville, FL

July 17, 2009
1:32 AM

Post #6828821

close up...

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Moodene
(Nadine) Devers, TX
(Zone 9b)

July 18, 2009
2:49 AM

Post #6833147

COOL!!..I see a froggy???..LOL
gothqueen
Gainesville, FL

July 18, 2009
2:36 PM

Post #6834324

Yep little green tree frog. We have 10's of 1000's of them in our yard and the surrounding woods
DonnaB
Vancleave, MS
(Zone 8b)

July 18, 2009
4:55 PM

Post #6834711

me too GQ. They really love the leaves of the gingers to hide in
Darlacooper
Jacksonville, FL
(Zone 9a)

July 18, 2009
5:50 PM

Post #6834877

I just planted a couple of banana plants and it looked like a tiny little frog in one of the leaves at the base of the leaf.

Darla
gothqueen
Gainesville, FL

July 18, 2009
8:49 PM

Post #6835431

They live in my greenhouse and the mamas lay eggs in the tanks of my bromeliads. Its so cute when all the little babies hatch out. They are no larger than the size of a fingernail when they start hopping around.
TickiSox
Lowndesboro, AL
(Zone 8a)

July 18, 2009
10:34 PM

Post #6835736

Beautiful Goth, and that curcuma ain't too shabby either. You really are an enabler!
Kabby
gothqueen
Gainesville, FL

July 18, 2009
11:40 PM

Post #6835945

I try to promote an ecosystem for the native wildlife. I have ponds out in front of the GH that serve no real purpose other than for wildlife to come and drink at when its hot and there hasn't been any appreciable rain. I tried to have birdfeeders but the squirrels destroyed them
Danasplants
Mulberry, FL

July 19, 2009
12:43 PM

Post #6837275

I go way up in a limb and run a rope tie the feeder to it fill it and pull it up and tie it off. This way they can't even get to it. I had a friend grease the pole and watch them jump up and slide down lol

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