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Hand watering has its good points. Can bring you up close and personal with plants. My viburnum had been scorched so it was stressed but putting out new growth so I make sure it gets water. today I saw ants all over it. Appeared to be herding aphids. Directly across the wooden walkway from it, about 4 ft, was a lily with ants all over it. No other lilies are sporting ants, just this one and no sign of aphids. Any idea why there are ants on this lily? Looks healthy as do the other lilies right beside it.

neIN, Zone 5
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