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Lincolnshire Pond Plants Frog Marginal 8 Pack Potted – FF802

£36.49

Frogs and toads normally overwinter in places like compost heaps, amongst dead wood or under decking/your shed/other objects. Some amphibians, usually frogs and sometimes newts, will choose to overwinter at the bottom of the pond. You only really need to be concerned about amphibians during winter if the pond freezes over for long periods of time, otherwise they can take care of themselves.

Another option for overwintering amphibians is a frog or toad ‘home’. These can be made or bought and will provide a safe place for amphibians to ‘hibernate’.

Amphibians may choose to come out and forage during milder periods of weather so don’t worry if you see them around quite late in the year or if you accidentally disturb them.

Posting:
Monday-Thursday Except Bank Holidays
All Plants are posted FIRST CLASS
Plants are packed to last 7 days.

Supplier of plants:
oxygenators, reeds, iris, water lilies, bog gardens,
wildlife ponds, natural ponds, lakes, floating plants,
deep water plants, marginals, native british and tropical.

SKU: frog-m8-pack-potted Category:

21 in stock

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Weight 1 lbs
Pond Pack Types

Marginal 8 Plants, Frog Packs

What you will receive:

8 x Marginal Plants idea for Frogs potted

 

 

Important

Frogs and toads normally overwinter in places like compost heaps, amongst dead wood or under decking/your shed/other objects. Some amphibians, usually frogs and sometimes newts, will choose to overwinter at the bottom of the pond. You only really need to be concerned about amphibians during winter if the pond freezes over for long periods of time, otherwise they can take care of themselves.

Another option for overwintering amphibians is a frog or toad ‘home’. These can be made or bought and will provide a safe place for amphibians to ‘hibernate’.

Amphibians may choose to come out and forage during milder periods of weather so don’t worry if you see them around quite late in the year or if you accidentally disturb them.