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TroubleX2 wrote: I have this plant in my Texas garden and it attracts so many hummingbirds and butterflies, and bumble bees.
I just love it's light and airy growth habit. It is very fast to grow here. I have dug up several new plants that sprouted close to the mother plant and shared with friends and family.
If you like to attract all the critter listed, get yourself a Mexican Bird of Paradise.