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Anna's hummingbird visiting the Hummingbird salvia

Ah, here is an Anna's hummingbird in its namesake salvia plant Salvia spathacea "Hummingbird Sage".

Hummingbirds and larger bees visit this plant all day.

We have this plant growing in a large pot, and it is doing well, especially when we have a lot of winter rain. It spreads by rhizomes, so it would even happier in the ground. But there is no space for such a large plant in our garden, so we just try to keep the plant happy so that it produces blossoms for the pollinators.

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