Wednesday, April 6

Better late than never



 Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett

36 comments:

  1. Oh YES what a happy sight!!

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  2. Sue-I ADORE these photos! What a sweet series. Thanks for starting my day off with a smile!

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  3. Spring is finally Sprung! What a joy to see the future of natural slug control happening!

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    1. I hope mum and dad stick around for lunch, Deborah

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  4. Awesome photos, Sue! I just want to scoop him up and give him a big hug :) Gotta get me a pond....

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    1. And maybe bag yourself a prince, Margaret.

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  5. Lovely shots Sue. We have spotted quite a few frogs here x

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  6. Pretty pictures Sue. Frogs in my pond never survive in winter under ice. It's sad.

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  7. That's fantastic, and great photos too :-}. Our frogspawn are now tadpoles and every day we are on patrol for the blasted G. D. Beetle . . .

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    1. Obviously enough spawn survives the attentions of our fish, Jayne

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  8. Oh, such a beauty !!
    Lovely photos !!
    Greetings

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  9. "A frog he would a-wooing go
    Heigh ho! says Rowly"

    What great photos Sue.

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  10. Absolutely fabulous! Mine laid their eggs about three weeks ago, I heard them croaking at night, I rarely see them in daylight. Lots of tadpoles coming your way, loved the clarity of these pics.xxx

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    1. Ours serenade us during the day, Dina

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    2. How odd, and how fortunate for you.Ours are strictly nocturnal and I never catch a glimpse of them during the day, unless I disturb when gardening. Any chance we can swop frogs????xxx

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    3. Seeing them is one thing - catching is quite another matter. They don't seem to mind us crouching by the pond to take photos or just watch them though. They have left the pond now and are hopefully foraging for all things slimy

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  11. I do love frogs, and toads:) These are gorgeous photos and guaranteed to bring a smile to the face even on a dull day. Thanks for posting them!!

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    1. I love them too, sweffling. Only the other day we were wondering why lots of people don't like frogs,

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  12. Fabulous photos. I haven't seen any frogs in my little pond yet.

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    1. I hope you have some visitors too.

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  13. Great captured Sue! I hope to resurrect the pond here in my new garden next year and hope to get some frogs moving in eventually.

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    1. I'm sure you would enjoy having a pond, Helene

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  14. Fantastic images, Sue - delighted for you! I love the way their eyes pop up over the water. Hopefully this is a sight my pond will see next year :-)

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    1. I hope so too Shirley. These were about a month late this year.

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  15. Great pics! They're too quick for me.

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    1. These just sat about, L even when we were close by. Often they sit guarding the spawn.

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