Attract Hummingbirds: Best Flowers for Your Garden

Watching hummingbirds hover and dip their long beaks into flowers is a magical sight. Encourage these acrobats into your garden with the right flowers.

The Magic of Hummingbirds

Hummingbirds are attracted to long tubular flowers, especially red ones. They also visit bright orange, yellow, purple, or blue flowers.

What Flowers Do Hummingbirds Like?

Snowdrops defy the cold, pushing their white flowers up through a blanket of snow. They're perfect for woodland or rock gardens and borders.


Flowering currants attract hummingbirds by the dozen. This large shrub offers an early spring display of flowers.

Flowering Currant

Flowering quince makes a bold statement in early spring with clusters of small rose-like blossoms. It comes in thornless and compact varieties.

Flowering Quince

Yellow bells is a large shrub that can be used for screening or boundary planting. It attracts hummingbirds with its yellow, orange, or apricot blooms.

Yellow Bells

Trumpet vine is a fast-growing vine that needs a sturdy structure to support its weight. It's loved by hummingbirds but can be invasive in some areas.

Trumpet Vine

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