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3 mins ago, makomakoman said:

Monarda

 

Hummingbirds love them

Thanks! 

There's a hummingbird moth in the pic with the single flower.

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The flowers were on 2 foot stalks easy.

we pulled in to a local park by a creek to catch some bait and in between the ileagly dumped yard waste and all the stuff in the parking lot it was in full bloom. Litter pisses me off.

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1 hour ago, fishing pete said:

The flowers were on 2 foot stalks easy.

we pulled in to a local park by a creek to catch some bait and in between the ileagly dumped yard waste and all the stuff in the parking lot it was in full bloom. Litter pisses me off.

 

1 hour ago, fishing pete said:

Beebalm. Yep Monarda.

Cool.

Some one is dumping in the parking lot and they must have just took off.

"People" who dump rubbish are sweetheart c**ts

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7 hours ago, MickAff said:

 

"People" who dump rubbish are sweetheart c**ts

When I fish the local areas here we pick up more trash. Its frigen sad.

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Community's with per bag $$$ pick up suffer the most from illegal dumping. Community's that work with closer to their tax payers ( its quite a concept :laugh: ) that have special days set aside for  specific trash have less illegal dumping.  Paint day where special drop off of unused  or used paint , or yard waste, furniture, construction materials works fine on our town.

 

More should adopt these  programs, BTW we have NO additional cost associated with trash pick up. 2 bags of trash or 15 bags of trash are all the same of trash  day

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