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Hummingbird Plants

Plants that attract hummingbirds typically have brightly-colored, tubular-shaped flowers that make is easy for hummingbirds to feed on nectar. Once hummingbirds find a reliable food source, they'll keep coming back for more. Enjoy a garden with hummingbirds flitting from plant to plant all season long! Learn More: Plants That Attract Hummingbirds and Gardening For Hummingbirds.

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  1. FlowerKisser Everpink Desert Willow, Chilopsis linearis 'WWG08'

    FlowerKisser™ Everpink Desert Willow (Chilopsis linearis) is a seedless desert willow with large, fragrant pink flowers that cover the plant all summer long. This wide-growing nati...

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    FlowerKisser™ Everpink Desert Willow FlowerKisser™ Everpink Desert Willow Chilopsis linearis 'WWG08'
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    $14.99 Sale $14.24
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    FlowerKisser™ Everpink Desert Willow (Chilopsis linearis) is a seedless desert willow with large, fragrant pink flowers that cover the plant all summer long. This wide-growing native tree loves heat and full sun, making it a versatile addition to hot, dry gardens. Nectar-rich blooms are highly attractive to hummingbirds. A High Country Gardens Introduction.
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  2. Claremont Flowering Currant, Ribes sanguineum v. glutinosum 'Claremont', clusters of pink flowers

    A stunning early spring-blooming shrub with pendulous clusters of pink flowers, 'Claremont' Flowering Currant (Ribes sanguineum) is an essential nectar source for bees and migrating ...

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    Claremont Flowering Currant (Ribes) Claremont Flowering Currant Ribes sanguineum var. glutinosum Claremont
    $12.99
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    A stunning early spring-blooming shrub with pendulous clusters of pink flowers, 'Claremont' Flowering Currant (Ribes sanguineum) is an essential nectar source for bees and migrating hummingbirds. In fall, foliage shifts to a warm apricot hue. Also known as Winter Currant, this California native displays edible inky black berries that attract birds. This fragrant, showy shrub is a great choice for small yards and patio gardens.
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  3. Agastache Fall Fiesta Hummingbird Mint close up flowers

    Fall Fiesta Hybrid Hummingbird Mint (Agastache 'Fall Fiesta') is a brand-new hybrid that is impressive for its huge size and tall, head high, spikes of pink and orange flowers that a...

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    Fall Fiesta Agastache Fall Fiesta Hummingbird Mint (Hyssop) Agastache Fall Fiesta
    As low as $11.99 Sale $11.39
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    Fall Fiesta Hybrid Hummingbird Mint (Agastache 'Fall Fiesta') is a brand-new hybrid that is impressive for its huge size and tall, head high, spikes of pink and orange flowers that appear many weeks later than other Agastache cultivars. An excellent late-season source of nectar for hummingbirds.
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  4. Gymnocalycium bruchii, Miniature Chin Cactus

    Miniature Chin Cactus (Gymnocalycium) blooms in late spring with light pink flowers held over small clustering stems. It is a tiny low growing cactus native to Argentina....

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    Miniature Chin Cactus (Gymnocalycium) Miniature Chin Cactus Gymnocalycium bruchii
    $12.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    Miniature Chin Cactus (Gymnocalycium) blooms in late spring with light pink flowers held over small clustering stems. It is a tiny low growing cactus native to Argentina.
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