Tag Archives: Douglas Aster

Snippits

The personal hummer feeders I posted about earlier this week have drawn the attention of more than the hummingbirds.  At least one curious Black-Capped Chick-a-Dee is intrigued by them. We’ve seen them reach behind and try to drink directly from … Continue reading

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August Colors

We have been waiting all summer for the first bloom of our Douglas Aster.  Here it is.  The plant is taller than I am and elbowing its neighbors pretty hard for room.  The bees and hummingbirds love it. We had our … Continue reading

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