Anthony Stoneware Toad House, Royal Blue

This toad house reminds me of Appalachian folk art. The house is meant to provide a safe harbor for toads to hide during the day. Toads are a natural pest-killer. The American toad will consume 50-100 slugs, flies, grasshoppers, and cutworms every night and about 15,000 each season. With stats like that, they're worth cultivating a population!

Materials: clay, hand-crafted pottery, will not break down in UV light

Dimensions: 5.5" dia. x 7"H — Wicki Mitchell

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