Hummingbird at the Obedient Plant

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    My obedient plant (thank you @addy1 !) is so pretty this year - still not obedient, but lovey!

    Great shots @RobAmy !
     
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    Mine came from Addy1 too. The Hummingbirds thank you @addy1
     
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    It is never obedient! Grows where it wants, I have it in the yard, dirt, along the fence, bog, in the rocks along the pond But it is pretty the bees , hummers, etc all love it.

    They call it obedient cause you can bend it and it will stay bent.
     
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    Outstanding pics! Aren't hummingbirds amazing? Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Nice!
     
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