The Flowering Perennial That Hummingbirds Can’t Get Enough Of

Hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees love coneflowers—and we can't blame them. These daisy-like wildflowers attract pollinators all season with their bright colors. 

1. Echinacea (Coneflower)

Do you realize there are tens of thousands of daylily varieties? Early European immigrants brought these plants to North America, which became naturalized by the 1800s. 

2. Hemerocallis (Daylily) 

Butterfly gardens need catmint, which hummingbirds enjoy. In late April, this hungry perennial produces hundreds of purple-blue blooms that endure all summer. 

3. Nepeta (Catmint)

Blue Wild Indigo draws hummingbirds! Its clippable stalks of fragrant purple flowers make it appealing. Late spring and summer bring many flowers for you and the hummingbirds!

4. Baptisia Australis (Blue Wild Indigo)

The perennial Montbretia is remarkable. Devilishly gorgeous Lucifer Montbretia is one of our faves. Hummingbirds love its June crimson blossoms, and towering leaf spikes offer visual appeal year-round.

5. Crocosmia (Montbretia)

Pollinator hub! If you want hummingbirds, bees, or butterflies, plant hyssop. Blue Fortune Anise You'll see why we love hyssop just by looking at it. Look at those purple-blue blossoms!

6. Agastache (Hyssop)

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