Top 10 Best Hummingbird Bushes to Grow

Hummingbirds love nectar-rich blooms, and several shrubs can attract them to your garden. Here are the top 10 hummingbird bushes  

Large trumpet-shaped blooms attract hummingbirds to this vigourous climber. It grows swiftly and covers arbours and fences.  

Trumpet Vine (C. radicans) 

Tubular flowers attract hummingbirds to weigela plants. Pink, red, and white are available.  

Florida Weigela  

Fuchsias attract hummingbirds with their pendulous blossoms. They grow in partial shade and are colourful.  

Various Fuchsias  

Salvias have long, colourful flower spikes. Hummingbirds love species like Salvia guaranitica and Salvia elegans.  

Salvia spp.  

Lonicera honeysuckles have tubular, nectar-rich blooms. Many plants and vines are hummingbird favourites.  

Lonicera spp.

Hummingbirds love this evergreen shrub's tubular, orange-red blossoms. It suits warm climates.  

Cape Honeysuckle Tecoma capensis  

Buddleia, or butterfly bush, attracts butterflies and hummingbirds with its fragrant cone-shaped flowers.  

Buddleia (Buddleja)

Cupheas, or cigar plants, attract hummingbirds with their tubular blossoms. Their abundant blooming makes them popular container and border plants.  

Cuphea spp.  

Beardtongues, or penstemons, produce tubular blooms in various colours. Native North American species attract hummingbirds well.  

Penstemon spp.

The natural vine's crimson tubular blossoms attract hummingbirds. Trellises and fences benefit from it.  

Loc. sempervirens coral honeysuckle  


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