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strangest thing

June 24 2012 at 9:43 AM
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Hummingbirder 2008

For years I have always grown Bee Balm for my little hummers. Always their favorite by far. This year there are 100's in bloom but not one Hummer has fed from them. I'm wondering if the nectar quality was somehow diminished due to our very early and strange spring here in Wisconsin. They do use the feeders but none of the flowers. Any ideas?

Kay
Zone 3b
Poynette, Wi.
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