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Old 1 Week Ago   #226
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Thanks MissS. I can handle more birds. I've still got all my feeders up and there are plenty of flowers available. They won't go hungry. Donna
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I have to pick the chameleons off every once in a while.

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Chameleons have a sweet tooth? Wow!
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Default Mexican Sage and Hot Pink Shrimp Plant

The hummers went wild for the sage this year. Both hummers and butterflies like the shrimp plant. I have only two hummers left...the rest have flown away (to Central America?). Salvia leucantha and Justicia brandegeana.

Donna, Texas Gulf Coast

P.S. I planted 24 Dutch Iris bulbs and 36 freesia corms yesterday.....now I wait until February-March. Sowing nasturtium and fragrant sweet pea seeds today. Putting the nasturtium in hanging baskets.

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Up at cottage today, I saw 3 monarchs visiting the butterfly bush and tropical butterfly weed, which is still blooming heavily. They better get on their way. Possible frost in a couple of days.

I noticed one of my tropical butterfly weeds was aphidless, so I grabbed some seed pods. Will grow next year to see if it was just an oversight on the aphids part.
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I'm not sure what species this is.

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