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Bee balm, delphinium, butterfly bush, Rose of Sharon and honeysuckle attract hummingbirds. Contrary to popular belief, flowers do not need to be red to attract hummingbirds. More »

Plants that attract hummingbirds include bee balm, catmint, lily, foxglove, petunia, lupine, desert candle, delphinium, flowering tobacco, salvia, yarrow and hollyhock. Many of the plant species that attract hummingbirds... More »

Hummingbirds favor daylilies, columbines, cardinal flowers and penstemons, reports Birds & Blooms, and they also seek bee balms, hibiscus flowers, peonies and coral bells. All of these plants are red, the color most attr... More »

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Plants that attract hummingbirds include bee balm, catmint, lily, foxglove, petunia, lupine, desert candle, delphinium, flowering tobacco, salvia, yarrow and hollyhock. Many of the plant species that attract hummingbirds... More »