The Q&A Archives: Planting plants that don't attract frogs

Question: I have a small ShihZu dog and have been told that small frogs are dangerous for him if eaten. I've ripped out all of the plants in my planter because they were overrun with frogs. Are there any plants less susceptible to attracting frogs. I want to replant in the planters, but am afraid. Any suggestions?

Answer: Lorraine,

I am not aware of plant attractiveness to frogs. I suspect it is more related to the season and the amount of moisture around. Also I'm not so sure about all frogs being a concern. You might ask you vet about this. Then with the fact you can replant with better options.

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