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#1 Post by Christel »

We have the smallest pond in the world.

It is at the moment occupied by two frogs, there is a third one around somewhere.

Plans are to get a bigger pond at some point.
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#2 Post by Polchraine »

I left a 2 gallon plastic builders bucket outside and then suddenly find a few cm of water in it and a large amount of frog spawn that it now slowly growing.


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Polchraine, it is true what they say, nature conquers all :D
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#4 Post by Polchraine »

Very true, over the past 10 years, what was a reasonably open area of derelict nursery covering about 7+ hectares (17.5 acres) has slowly been reclaimed by nature - trees, shrubs and plenty of wildlife. My problem is stopping it taking over my garden!


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