where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 22, 2016 § 8 Comments
a siren’s call
to hummingbirds and bees
Tagged: balm, beebalm, bees, bewitching, flower, garden, herbal, hummingbird, magic, medicinal plants, siren, tattered
Great observation for beebalm.
Enticing words for such a bewitching plant. Love this.
Love monardes and looking at hummingbirds enjoying them.
So different from our native beebalms, that I’ve just gotten to know. They’re lovely, and the color’s made for attracting the birds and the bees.
This magenta color is magical. I’ve seen beebalm in blood red and a soft lavender color but never this. Amazing.
Beebalm! I took a photo of this flower a couple weeks ago, having no idea what it was. 🙂 Thanks!
Lovely image, too, by the way
Where is we can found this flower?
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Welcome Hummingbirds and Bees!
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