Hummingbird Magic!

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Years ago I planted a “Cotton Candy” white butterfly bush right outside our bedroom window. During the summer months we leave the windows open and many mornings I wake up to the sound of hummingbird wings whirring by. I open my eyes and am treated to the fast-moving silhouette of a hummer feasting on the nectar of these blossoms.

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My passions in life are vegetarian cooking, gardening, photography, writing, good books, traveling and nature. Thanks for stopping by, Sabine

14 thoughts on “Hummingbird Magic!”

  1. You got some good shots there. I haven’t seen a flower on mine yet but I think next summer it will be big enough. The hummers lose out to the bees on the purple bushes.

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  2. Bravo! – and lucky way to wake each day! Wow! I especially like the last photo. You and your camera have a gift. Thanks for passing it to others. I love that last photo. – Trish

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    • Thanks Tom! This variety is a dwarf (not exactly in reality) sterile variety. Here out West they thrive almost anywhere and have become invasive. I have a couple of other ones, the “Dark Knight” and a lavender one that started to grow in a flower bed a few years ago. They’re great plants, fairly drought resistant plus they don’t need much care beyond a good pruning in the fall. And the fragrance is delightful. They smell really sweet! 🙂

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