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Hummingbirds, like the Green-breasted Mango Hummingbird pollinates plants by spreading pollen from one plant to another while feeding on nectar. The hummingbird hovers in front of a flower and probes its bill into the flower to obtain nectar. As it feeds, pollen from the flower sticks to the hummingbird's feathers, when the hummingbird visits another flower, the pollen is spread. Hummingbirds are considered keystone species because they help many plant species reproduce through pollination. Our “Hummingbird” is an outdoorsy green blend of willow and ivy with hints of floral peony, water lily, apple, sage and amber.


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