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Blue Flowers Attract Hummingbirds

Posted by texasgardengal | Added on : October 29, 2008 6:41pm | Last edited: October 27, 2009 5:08pm | Viewed 1341 times | 0 Comments | This article is also in birds and birds

 

I discovered a beautiful blue flower plant. "Brazilian Blue Flower".  It takes full sun and grows quickly, into large shrub.  Mine is planted in a container and situated in front of a utility box (to hide it).  The tiny blue flowers actually smell a little like bubble gum.  It not only attracts hummingbirds, but also lots of bumble bees.  I live in a town house in Houston, TX with a western exposure in back.  This plant is easy to take care of, grows fast and doesn't seem to attract any bad bugs or pests!

 

 

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