Leaping through the air, our Large Jumping Frog Garden Stake is quite a sight! Stretching two feet long, our oversized frog statue features a detailed face, webbed feet and a lifelike pose. Appearing as if he's just leapt from a bank or lily pad, this sturdy amphibian will catch your eye with his deep green, copper flecked coloring. Crafted with weather-resistant resin, this frog can live next to a pond or patio in all conditions, making him a year-round delight. A must-have outdoor accent for frog lovers' landscaped spaces.
• Green Leaping Frog Statue is over two feet long • Oversized frog with realistic features and copper flecked coloring • Made with weather durable resin for outdoor use • Stake this jumping frog in your yard, garden or near a patio • Makes a unique gift for frog lovers' landscaped spaces
Size 25-3/4"L x 14-1/2"W x 8-1/2"H
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Comments about Product: This frog is HUGE! Much too big for the stake it is on. Everywhere I tried to put him, he just looks unnatural. Also the paint on his head was flaking off before he was even out the box. I sprayed him down thoroughly with clear, UV protectant before putting him outside and the paint is continuing to flake off even though he is a fairly protected part of my yard. Unless you have a big pond that would make him look seem size appropriate, I would skip him. I had high hopes for this guy and am just disappointed :(
By GCST From
Great design, lousy details
Comments about Product: I love this frog, BUT like the other reviewer, the support rod has already popped out and the finish started peeling with the first good rain. So I've repainted him with a durable finish (and it is surviving) and I have him propped up with his pin and a rock, and he looks great. Lots of positive comments. Probably why he is in the Clearance pages.
By em From
this frog can't jump . . .
Comments about Product: He's a beauty, but with only about a 1/4" sleeve barely glued into his belly to accept the rod that's supposed to support him, he's not going anywhere. The sleeve popped out as I was screwing the rod in. Gorilla Glue didn't work, forget super glue, I'll try J-B Bond next. I'd ask for a new one, but the problem is in the design, so a replacement wouldn't be any better. I'll keep him and try to fix him because I really like him, but I gotta wonder - why make a product if you're not going to bother to make it functional?