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Heip finding hiding moose

Posted by Akitagirl NE OK (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 11, 05 at 10:18

Last year in one of my hundred gardening mags or the ones at the dr.'s office I saw and advertisement for a moose hiding in the shurbs. I thought they were called garden peepers. But when I tried to do a search on the net for them all I got were toads and frogs. Does any one know of a source for these animals or what they are called. I'll be forever in your debt. My best gardening buddy wants one and her hubby wants to get it for her birthday
Thanks


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RE: Heip finding hiding moose

I typed in "wild animal peekers" and found what your looking for..it's about 125 dollars.


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RE: Heip finding hiding moose

Found these for you, too cute!

Here is a link that might be useful: moose, cows, llamas...


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RE: Heip finding hiding moose

Oh, those are so cool, I want them all, but they're so $$$.


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Try coolgardenstuff.com. There's a few mooses (meese?) in the garden sculpture section. Quite reasonable compared to the other site!


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RE: Heip finding hiding moose

How about these:

Here is a link that might be useful: Heads Up


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RE: Heip finding hiding moose

lazydaisy, those are so cute! The "designer resin" part cracked me up though... lol


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RE: Heip finding hiding moose

GardenChicken, thanks for pointing that out--I hadn't noticed. Now that's putting a "spin" on resin, isn't it! I guess we should call hypertufa "designer cement."


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