Re: Exotic plants for our native birds

Subject: Re: Exotic plants for our native birds
From: Robin Hide <>
Date: Wed, 18 May 2011 07:43:25 +1000

On 17/05/2011 9:53 PM, Paul T. wrote:

And for summer, you can't beat Salvias for honeyeaters, particularly the Wattlebirds, White Plumed etc.

And make that autumn too...
our Salvias have been visited by Eastern Spinebills (and a few Wattlebirds) for hours each day until the last heavy frosts finished them a few days ago. In contrast, the camelias and sasanquas have received little traffic.

Robin Hide

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