Lavender Farmer Loves Finding Tiny Frogs Hiding In The Flowers
Have you ever had an opportunity to visit a lavender farm? It really is an interesting experience, and people come from far and wide to visit.
At the Snohomish Lavender Farm, people also come to visit but there are many other visitors that have really meant something special to the owner, Allison Lamb.
The lavender and dahlias that grow on that farm in Snohomish, Washington often get visited by tiny frogs. They love hanging out in the flowers and she will often find them resting in the petals, waiting for their next meal to come along.
Allison took a video during the summer showing the frogs in action. She captioned the video: “Stop right now! So freaking adorable,” and spoke about how they have been visiting that particular dahlia all season.
In speaking with The Dodo, she said that there were days when she could find more than 10 different frogs within the flowers. She doesn’t mind, because they keep the bad bugs away and help keep the flowers healthy.
There have also been other visitors to the flowers that help out as well, including spiders, a garter snake, salamanders, and many caterpillars when autumn approaches. Check out the photos below: