FLOWERS THAT ATTRACT HUMMINGBIRDS

The Hummingbird is gorgeous, to say the least. These little wonders can add that extra sparkle to any garden they visit, and they are incredibly adorable! That’s reasoning enough for you to want them to visit you, yes! You’d be wondering what is the best way to meet and befriend these amazing birds. Well, we’ve got you covered. Here are some flowers you can plant which attract hummingbirds.

  • Bee balm – this plant grows up to 4 feet high and is known to be a hummingbird magnet. The red flowers are the main reason why a hummingbird gets attracted to this plant. You can grow this plant under direct sunlight and make sure that the soil is moist but not soggy.
  • Catmint – this plant grows up to 3 feet high. The hummingbirds love the purple-blue flowers of this plant. You can grow this plant under direct sunlight and it requires well-draining soil. 
  • Trumpet honeysuckle – this plant grows up to 10-20 feet high. The hummingbirds love this plant because of the tubular-shaped flowers. You can grow this plant under direct sunlight and it requires well-draining soil.
  • Salvia – this plant grows up to 6 feet high. The hummingbirds love all the types of this plant. The flowers come in bright shades of indigo, purple, maroon, and red. You can grow this plant under direct sunlight and it also requires well-draining soil.
  • Red cardinal flower – this plant grows up to 3 feet high. The hummings are attracted to this because of the vibrant red tubular flowers. This plant requires indirect sunlight and moist soil to thrive well.