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6 Comments

cnakajima
cnakajima 3 months ago

Hey Adalynn! It's interesting that the other plants had more pollinators on them. Can you think of a reason why that was the case? What made the two plants different?

Adalynn
Adalynn 3 months ago

The plant grew and had some flowers but I did not see a lot of pollinators on it. I thought the flower shape and colors would be good but other plants have more pollinators. i only saw one moth and it went away quickly.

kyle.stocksdale
kyle.stocksdale 4 months ago

Hi! Have the flower blossoms grown since you took this photo?

dominic.angelone25
dominic.angelone25 4 months ago

Which pollinators did you see?

Christina H
Christina H 4 months ago

Hi ostendorf.weslie! Those are beautiful flowers!

Have you ever observed any pollinators or insects near this plant? Do you think this is a good plant for pollinators?

Hello ostendorf.weslie and welcome to the Project Noah community!
Nice first spotting!

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Adalynn
Spotted by
Adalynn

Madeira, Ohio, USA

Spotted on May 7, 2020
Submitted on May 10, 2020

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