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Article: An introduction to Aloe Flowers, part 4 of 5: Aloes S-Z
KyWoods Melbourne, KY (Zone 6a) I have loved all your aloe articles with their fabulous pictures. Thanks, Geoff! It just amazes me that these are not all there are out there--what an education! I have a question that came to me when you mentioned the nectar in one of them. Are there hummingbirds that feed on those open bloom ends?
doccat5 Fredericksburg, VA (Zone 7b) WOW is right! I gotta have some...you are the aloe "evil" genius! I can tell, LOL Wonderful pictures and information. Thanks for sharing!
palmbob Tarzana, CA (Zone 9b) Hummingbirds is one of the reasons people like to grow aloes- they attract them. As I am writing now there is a humminbird feeding on an aloe flower outside my window, and it's raining!
KyWoods Melbourne, KY (Zone 6a) I figured those long tubes would be attractive to hummers! We need to rename you, Geoff. How does "Aloebob" sound, or "Palmaloebob"? LOL
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