Top 7 Tube-Shaped Flowers That Attract Hummingbird

Add some blue to those shady spots with this vigorous eastern native. Grow in moist, rich soil and combine with daffodils for a striking spring display. Add hostas and other shade-loving perennials to mask the fading foliage later in the season.

Draw hummingbirds and butterflies to your back door with pots of cuphea. It comes in a range of hues, but flowers are usually tipped in red, yellow or white, resembling a lit cigar or firecracker. This 12- to 24-inch-tall plant flowers freely all summer; no deadheading needed.

Plant flowering tobacco along sidewalks, next to your deck or patio, or near open windows where you can enjoy the lovely evening fragrance. This adaptable plant reseeds readily and grows best in full sun and rich soils. It also comes in a variety of colors and sizes.

Watch as hummingbirds and butterflies flock to this beauty that grows upto 4 feet tall. Grow in full to part sun for the best season-long displays. Itreseeds readily for repeat appearances, and can be invasive in the Southeast and parts of the western U.S. and the Northwest.

Keep this sun-loving perennial happy with well-draining soil and clusters of red, orange, cream or white flowers will appear in summer. They make great cut flowers, but you’ll want to leave plenty for the hummingbirds, bees and butterflies to enjoy.

Ignite your summer garden with long graceful sprays of brilliant orange-red flowers. Grow in full sun and moist soil. Northern gardeners can dig up the corms in fall and overwinter them in a cool, dark location.

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