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Old 05-28-2011, 10:10 AM   #27
dapjwy
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Originally Posted by will-o-wisp View Post
...I was surprised to see my lone hummer also repeatedly visit a bowman's root ( Porteranthus stipulatus)...

It is not blooming yet and I can't find an older photo of it in bloom but I have a photo of the leaves now...

We are starting to get a good list...keep 'em coming!

will-o,

I enjoyed picking out the other natives in your photo. Your Phlox divericata (spelling?) looks great--I'm guessing the hummers would visit it too...along with your columbine. Nice to see the sedum in bloom....mine is too. I almost mistook your bloodroot for wild ginger...until I saw the seed pod. ...and I'm guessing that is Iris christata in the foreground. Great collection.
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