A Peron's Tree Frog
During the breeding season we can hear a lot of them.
(in the links click on...
Cute little frogs keep taking up residence under the spa lid.
I have set up a few ponds for them and move them whenever I find them. I worry...
Cats know a good chair when they see one.
Marcel that photo ... it's the stuff of nightmares.
That long bottle is stunning. :clap:
That's great, I knew they had a name, just couldn't remember, it's been a long time since I studied any botany.
Thank you so much Ev. That's it. And thank you Keith, that's a useful link.
I'm very lucky to have access to a selection of horse poop from fresh to old and dry. LOL
No, not Onion Weed. Very familiar with that one sadly. But thank you.
I am developing a whole new appreciation for weeds. Some are really pretty when you get up close.
(And they are cheap!)
This plant is about 4 - 5...
Very experimental - a dried ball of horse poop surrounded by sphagnum moss and tried down with nylon line. It's about tennis ball size.
haha I do take photos from horseback, but the horse has a mind of her own, and standing still for photo taking doesn't rate overly highly. ;)
Gorgeous colours there moss-maniac. The flowers are lovely. Do you have more photos of the plant?
Marcel, what is the plant on the right, spreading out like a fan? It's very attractive.
Keith, what about Tasmania?
Unfortunately I can no longer get out into the bush on foot. If I ride my horse, I can not get back on without a very large mounting block (rock)....
I put it back out in the garden. Haven't seen it since, which is a pity.
It's a Broad-tailed Gecko
I live near Sydney, NSW. These plants were collected near Terrey Hills. The landscape there varies from dry and exposed to wet and shady.