Add a Small Hummingbird Garden to Your Yard

Choose Nectar-Rich Flowers: Select a variety of nectar-rich flowers that are attractive to hummingbirds, such as bee balm, salvia, trumpet vine, and fuchsia.

Plant in Clusters: Plant flowers in clusters or groups to create a concentrated food source that is easier for hummingbirds to find and access.

Include Different Bloom Times: Choose flowers that bloom at different times throughout the season to provide a continuous food source for hummingbirds from spring to fall.

Consider Flower Color: Hummingbirds are attracted to bright, tubular flowers in shades of red, orange, pink, and purple, so incorporate these colors into your garden design.

Add Perches: Place small perches or branches near your flower beds to provide resting spots for hummingbirds between feeding flights.

Provide Water: Include a shallow birdbath or water feature in your garden to provide drinking and bathing opportunities for hummingbirds.

Avoid Pesticides: Minimize or eliminate the use of pesticides in your garden, as they can harm hummingbirds and other beneficial pollinators.

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