First spotted in the dome sporting a very dark skin mainly because he was hiding out in the mulch that covers the floor. I hadn’t seen the Mr. Toady in a few months so I wasn’t sure if he had left while we had the door open moving rocks in back in November. What a surprise to find him hooping about near the cabbage. This post features Mr. Toad spends the Winter in the geodesic bio dome.
Hello Mr. Toady in The Geodesic Bio Dome
I can’t believe I didn’t scream…. toads are reptiles after all. Thrilled and honored to have a toad living in my geodesic bio dome for the winter in Ohio.
The Day Mr.Toad Was Spotted In The Geodesic Bio Dome Garden
Having a toad in the garden is a treat because he naturally takes care of bad bugs. The toad dwelling in my geodesic dome also is a reminder that I grow naturally. Below is a collection of images from the day spent in the winter garden.
I put the strangest things in my coat pocket.
I picked 2 baby eggplants and some parsley to throw in my stir fry later today.
The blueberry plant in the geodesic bio dome
My Chrysantheme has new growth in the dome.
Mr. Toady is so shy!
Toady Butt Shot
My plants on the bench in my dome…. toady can’t reach these!
Blurry Photo of MR. Toady
Toads are amphibians so I need to get that pond filled in with water so Mr. Toady has a place to swim. You’re invited to leave a comment and tell me what you think of Mr. Toady in my dome.