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Old November 5, 2019   #34
RJGlew
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I started growing them because someone online said they attract hummingbirds. Nope. Not mine. Not here. But bees yes, lots of bees.
I have never seen a hummingbird here on zinnias (Rufus, Ruby Throat, & Calliope). Lots of butterflies, bees & syrphidae though.
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