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Hummingbird Trumpet


Zauschneria latifolia
Family: Onagraceae
Origin: California

Fall feeding


The Hummingbird Trumpet is a woody perennial which spreads rapidly. When it’s not in bloom, the plant looks like a tangle of woolly leaves and stems. However, at the end of summer and into autumn, this plant erupts with intense scarlet, trumpet-shaped blooms which last till frost. The nectar is an important food source for hummingbirds at a time when most things are no longer blooming.


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The Streamside habitat at the North Carolina Zoo will be closed Feb 12-16 for routine annual maintenance.



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