Connie Willett Heath's Collection
Garden City Pottery
My flower frogs with some of my other Garden City Pottery pieces
Flower frogs and ruffled bulb bowls came in matching colors, and sometimes the bowls came with factory-drilled drainage holes.
The above photo of Connie's collection shows the two sizes of Garden City flower frogs. They have diameters of 3.5" and 5", and the smaller size has a rim running around the perimeter halfway up the side.
Colors not shown include orange, black, green, and possibly others.
Also, note that all of the flower frogs have two sizes of holes except for the one in the top center of the photo. If you search Google Images for Garden City flower frog you will find many examples like this. It is commonly assumed that these are Garden City flower frogs, though I haven't found documentation verifying it.
Confusion with Bauer Pottery
Photo courtesy Wendy Lewis
Note that the above search will also find examples of Bauer flower frogs, as there has been confusion over Garden City and Bauer flower frogs.
The identifying characteristic of Bauer flower frogs is their dimpled surface. You can clearly see it in each of the examples in this photo, which shows all three sizes of the Bauer dome-shaped flower frog.