Tiny but MightyPosted: October 12, 2015
It is always surprising that the tiniest flowers seem to have the most nectar. These teeny Coleus blooms are a favorite of bees and hummingbirds.
The largest of these blooms are barely an inch long. Pictured is a white Russelia, Penta, and a purple and red Salvia.
The yellow flowers are Cassia Tree and Thryallis Shrub. The little orange button is Tassel Flower and on the right is a yellow and a red Butterfly Weed. These flowers are usually full of all kinds of bees and frequently visited by hummingbirds. The flowers may be small, but they can certainly produce.