Litoria caerulea, Litoria fallax, Litoria peronii, Litoria gracilenta, Limnodynastes peronii, all live here
"We truly do have a wonderland of treasure in front of our noses"Your right, it is a wonderful garden.
Wonderful garden, lucky you... frogs & all. cheers, louise
I wish we had tree frogs. they're around, but we never see them. We have lots of others though and soon we'll hear the 'peepers' in the nearby spring pond. Great job with these photos!
kerri if your treefrogs are anything like ours they'll be nocturnal. you could try some bromeliads in hanging baskets maybe under your trees. ours like to rest in these plants during the day.but being a colder climate you would have to have a hothouse to keep your bromeliads during the cooler months.I don't know if you saw my post "popular spot" it shows how much at home they are in these plants.
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