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After your initial post I thought of the Tithonia (called Mexican
sunflower, but actually a ranunculus) I plant for autumn Monarch
migrants, which flowers late and right through a number of early
freezes, it has hosted many a late Rubythroat! (maybe the flame red
color). Good luck to your visitor!
Veer Frost, Passumpsic NEK

On October 1, 2018 at 11:36 AM, "John Snell"  wrote:Again, in the rain
this morning, a visit from a hummingbird! It fed on various flowers
and then disappeared.

Thank you,

John Snell
Montpelier