Bee Balm. Not only does this plant attract hummingbirds, but the colors are just absolutely gorgeous!
Blazing Star. I just love the shape of these plants—it’s so stunning with the colors of the flowers!
Coral Bells. You guys, just looking at this flower makes me love it! It’s wonderful and it also attracts hummingbirds. A win-win!
Four O’Clocks. I love the name of this flower and it comes in so many different shades!
Delphiniums. Blue is one of my favorite colors so this is an absolute must-have for my garden!
Hollyhocks. If you’re looking for a flower to dazzle your guests and attract hummingbirds, then this is the flower for you!
Lupine. The best thing about this plant is all the different shades and colors it comes in!
Lantana. I think I could look at these flowers all day; they’re gorgeous and they’re great for hummingbirds!
Impatiens. If you want a great looking flower to attract hummingbirds, try this.
Petunias. The classic flower you could go for is the petunia to add color and hummingbirds!
Paintbrush. I love the name of this plant; plus, it’s great for attracting hummingbirds!
Columbine. So fun and so pretty! This is a great choice!
Dame’s Rocket. I love the name of this plant! That’s reason enough to use it!
Phlox. Here’s a gorgeous flower for your garden to attract hummingbirds!
Scabiosa. This flower doesn’t have the best name but it is super elegant-looking!
Penstemon. There are so many different colors you can choose from for this plant!
Scarlet Sage. The color of this plant is absolutely stunning, a great choice!
Sweet William. What a fun and cute flower (both name and color) to grow in your garden!
Verbena. A great aspect of this flower is that it comes in lots of different shades and colors so you can still match the color scheme of your garden.
Nasturium. This plant has such vibrant colors, there’s no surprise it attracts hummingbirds!
Gladiolus. Here’s a great option for attracting hummingbirds and adding color!