frog in a bromeliad

frog in a bromeliad

petite pond
deep within a robust plant
bromeliad embrace
cool refuge for a fragile frog


Note: There is often water at the base of a Bromeliad, which is good news for frogs.

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    1. bromeliads are great for gardens CGP – they don’t need much or any soil (and epiphytic bromeliads can even be attached to trees with stockings or something similar) and grow in the shade (so can fill those bare areas under large trees),have stunningly colourful bracts. and provide accommodation for a variety of critters πŸ™‚

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