Magnet for Hummers ?

justayoungrootMarch 24, 2007

I came across this Plant the other day it's name is Clementine Salman Rose. It said it is a magnet for butterflies and hummer's. Anyone with any Info. about this plant?

Here is a link that might be useful: 'Clementine Salmon Rose'

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penny1947(z6 WNY)

It is a columbine but I have never had a hummer use any of the hybrid columbines. Here they will use the Aquilegia canadaensis. Aquilegia Chrysantha (Hinckley's Columbine) and Aquilegia canadensis are both native to Texas. They may use that plant but I would stick with the native columbine if at all possible. Also columbines tend to hybridize very very easily. If you want to keep the species pure you will have to plant them in different locations far away from one another.

Penny

    Bookmark   March 24, 2007 at 11:04PM
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birding_nut(6)

The picture of the flower makes me thing the flowers are double. In that case, they probably won't be very attractive to Hummingbirds or butterflies since the nectaries in the spurs of the flowers will be difficult for them to reach. If you plant columbines, go for the single flowered species as I believe Penny stated above.

BN

    Bookmark   March 25, 2007 at 12:36AM
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