and ★ Ƭíηk ★ wrote15 hours, 30 minutes ago
Garden placement doesn't effect what comes x so pleased you found what you needed x
and Sherbert wrote1 month, 3 weeks ago
I have a list of topiary pots with what is a first critter to appear so if u ever get stuck and give me advance warning I can plant a top seed and trim for u, some are quick but some plants are realyy long to grow like ventis and odonata,( which I have), luna and somni I dont keep
and Mone wrote3 months, 4 weeks ago
I realise that in this world of sadness and pain I am truely blessed with a fairy friend who flutters in my garden spreading her magestic wings, warming my garden and my life with little moments of joy and happiness, so today I would like to thank you for the warmth and love you bring into my life, I am blessed with you in it x
and Mone wrote4 months, 2 weeks ago
My precious fairy friend, everytime you wave your beautiful wings in and out of my garden, the warmth you spread, the love you sow and the flowers you grow warms my heart, you make my life lighter, brighter and beautiful and for that i thank you .... My life is blessed with you in it ......fairy hugs from Beverly and Mone xx❤˙·٠•●♥❤ and love ..... Till we meet again ......
and //(*_*)\ And ƓƝЄƊ The ƓƝƠɱЄ wrote5 months, 1 week ago
Frogbreeding......... The very first time you are able to get frogspawn is from a land frog. For each set of frogbreeders you spot in someone else pond (A set is one each of tadpole/froglet/UW frog) you will attract one land frog to your garden. The very 1st land frog will drop spawn on empty/clear table(tadpoles feed from high or low table). After that it is every 5th frog that drops the spawn.
Then you go UW to continue the frogbreeding cycle.
HOW UW FROGBREEDING WORKS..........
For each tadpole spotted in your pond you are able to attract froglet(low berries only). For each froglet spotted in your pond you are able to attract UW frog(high berries only).
The very first UW frog lays spawn on empty/clear table (any size for tadpoles, low only for BD). After that it is every 5th frog that drops the spawn.
..... you want to keep your frogbreeding spotting in other pond numbers the same in multiples of 5.
In your own UW pond you want your tadpoles always 10 or more higher than uw frog #.
Hope that helps! :)
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