Re: Soap Aloe and Hummingbirds
Thanks, Rob. My Aloes bloom, but I just do not ever hardly see hummers here. You would think they would maybe buzz the lilies, but they do not. I put up hummingbird feeders for a few years and never once saw a hummer at them. All the Aloe are native to africa and parts of the Arabian peninsula but most common in South African part of the continent. Saponaria is the only one that has proven hardy here even thru the vortex years. IT got some nominal damage then but revived quickly.
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