Must-Have Plants to Attract Hummingbirds & Boost Your Garden's Health

Bee Balm Summer blooms of Bee Balm's bright red flowers are stunning. Its tubular blossoms provide sufficient nectar for hummingbirds. The perennial likes moist, well-drained soil and full to partial light.  

Salvia Salvia's blue, red, and purple flowers provide nectar from spring to October. It thrives in broad sun and well-drained soil, making it good for any garden. Hummingbirds can hover and eat on its towering flower spikes.   

Zinnia Zinnias' vivid colors and huge, nectar-rich blossoms enhance any garden. They grow easily from seed and blossom swiftly, feeding hummingbirds all summer and fall.  

Trumpet Vine This robust climbing vine produces huge, trumpet-shaped orange and crimson blooms that hummingbirds love. It needs strong support to climb and develop tall.   

Columbine Hummingbirds love columbine's beautiful, bell-shaped blossoms in spring. It thrives in woodland gardens with partial shade and well-drained soil. The plant's nectar-rich blooms attract bees and butterflies.  

Foxglove Foxglove's towering spikes of tubular pink, purple, white, and yellow flowers attract hummingbirds. It likes wet, well-drained soil and partial shade to full sun.  

Fuchsia Hummingbirds love fuchsia's hanging blossoms and bright hues. It thrives in milder temps and partial shade, making it ideal for hanging baskets and shaded gardens.  

FucCoral Bells Coral Bells' delicate flowers on tall stems above colorful foliage provide hummingbird perches. In milder areas, they may withstand full sun but prefer partial shade and well-drained soil.