Monday morning when I was filling my compost bin 3 frogs jumped off the lid and several from ind side the bin, one had fallen into the compost - I hope he is all right. I must confess here that I did squeal.
That night just after dinner Meagan noticed that there were heaps frogs on the brick wall above my Japanese garden. We all wandered out to have a look and seriously I thought I was in Egypt. There were dozens of frogs jumping all over the place. I am not a big frog fan, I think they are cute and I love photos of frogs but don't handle the possibility that they could jump on me.
Here's a few that were on the outside of my bedroom window sill. i was serenaded to sleep last night by a frog chorus.
This morning when I walked outside the back door about 15 frogs jumped out of the way, one even tried to get into Royce's room.
This week I had plans to weed the Japanese garden so yesterday I donned my new boots - yeah I now how funny is it that i bought a new pair of boots last week that have frogs on them and singing frogs at that and entered the danger zone.
Twenty minutes and I have 2 bags of weeds and half a weeded garden. Was going to finish it today but as it was raining I didn't get out there - well I guess there is this afternoon.
This year we have fruit on one of them. They are real black grapes - you know like the way they use to taste when you were a kid. Yummmmmmmmmmy.
I had a play in my vegie patch 2 weeks ago. I pulled off all the dead leaves on my rhubarb plant as I did I dislodged a mini crown. I popped in a bit of soil and gave it a bit of water not sure if it would actually grow and here it is sprouting new leaves, I am very happy.
In the massive heat of January my TWO coriander plants died but just the other day I found all these little coriander seedlings popping up :-)