Heaven's Garden, LLC
CREATING A HUMMINGBIRD GARDEN

Many different feeders can be used to attract hummingbirds into your garden, but there is nothing more
natural than to see a hummingbird getting true plant nectar.
Here is a list of some plants that will provide nectar for your hummingbirds in your garden.
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Remember that your
plants should be
planted in groups of 3
or more to provide
plenty of lasting
blooms.  Also make
sure you have a
variety of different
bloom times to
always have that
natural nectar
available.  Don*t
forget to add a source
of water for these
birds to stop for a
drink.

Hummingbird feeders
are great to have too.  
Place them near
windows so you can
get a good look at the
hummingbirds
attracted by your
great selection of
nectar plants.
Hummingbirds migrate in response to hormonal changes, which are triggered by decreasing length of daylight; nothing you can do
will make them stay too long, so it's not necessary to stop feeding them to force them to go south. On the contrary: they will need to
fatten up to nearly double normal body weight to survive the journey, and thus appreciate your feeder more than ever up until
literally the last minute before they depart.

Hummingbird nectar feeders
In our area put up your feeder in April and take it down in October
Achillea
Aconitum
Agastache
Ajuga
Alcea
Aquilegia
Armeria
Aruncus
Asclepias
Aster
Bigonia
Buddleia
Calamintha
Campanula
Campsis
Canna
Caryopteris
Centranthus
Ceratostigma
Chelone
Chrysanthemum
Coreopsis
Crocosmia
Delphinium
Dendranthema
Dianthus
Dicentra
Digitalis
Echinacea
Eupatorium
Gaillardia
Gaura
Geranium
Heliopsis
Hemerocallis
Heuchera
Hibiscus
Hosta
Iris (German)
Kniphafia
Lavandula
Leucanthemum
Liatris
Lilium
Lobelia
Lonicera
Lupinus
Lychnis
Lysimachia Beau.
Monarda
Nepeta
Oenothera
Origanum
Passiflora
Penstemon
Phlox
Phyelius
Phsotegia
Rehmannia
Rodbeckia
Salvia
Sambucus
Scabiosa
Sedum
Stokesia
Tiarella
Verbena
Veronica
Viola