Hummingbird Help Guide

  • Plant tubular flowers, especially in bright reds and oranges.

 

  •  Provide wide and shallow basins of water for drinking and bathing.

 

  • Remember to deadhead your flowers, as this encourages the plant to produce more flowers than it would otherwise.

 

  • Provide perching opportunities for them to rest on. Resist the urge to prune low hanging tree limbs.  Hummingbirds prefer low branches with few leaves on them.



Annuals

Calibrachoa

Canna Lilies

Cleome

Dianthus

Fuchsia

Geranium

Impatiens

Petunia

Salvia

Snapdragons

Thunbergia

Verbena

Zinnia

 

 

Perennials

Asclepias

Aquilegia

Campanula

Delphinium

Dianthus

Dicentra

Geum

Hemerocallis

Lamium

Lilium

Lupinus

Monarda

Papaver

Penstemon

Phlox (Dwarf Garden)

Physostegia

Salvia

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