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  1. Red Silene regia, Silene regia, Royal Catch Fly

    This rare native species found only in a few areas of the Midwest is a must for brightening the late summer garden. Its scarlet-red flowers are extremely showy and will attract hummi...

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    Silene regia Royal Catch Fly Silene regia
    $10.99
    Per Plant - 5" Pot
    This rare native species found only in a few areas of the Midwest is a must for brightening the late summer garden. Its scarlet-red flowers are extremely showy and will attract hummingbirds eager to feed from the nectar-rich blossoms. Plant in enriched, well-drained sandy or loam soils and irrigate regularly if conditions are dry. A wonderful flowering companion for Agastache 'Black Adder'.
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  2. Red Scrophularia macrantha, Scrophularia macrantha, Redbirds in a Tree

    Red Birds in a Tree is a rare shrub from the southern mountains of New Mexico and Arizona. It blooms all summer with spires of small red, white-lipped flowers that resemble a flock o...

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    Scrophularia macrantha Redbirds In A Tree Scrophularia macrantha
    $9.99
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    Red Birds in a Tree is a rare shrub from the southern mountains of New Mexico and Arizona. It blooms all summer with spires of small red, white-lipped flowers that resemble a flock of red birds perched on a tree branch.
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  3. Salvia microphylla Hot Lips, Hot Lips Sage Bloom

    Hot Lips Littleleaf Sage (Salvia microphylla 'Hot Lips') is a long-blooming Sage that blooms all summer with eye-catching red and white bicolor flowers. The nectar-rich flowers attra...

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    Salvia microphylla Hot Lips Hot Lips Sage Salvia microphylla Hot Lips
    $10.99
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    Hot Lips Littleleaf Sage (Salvia microphylla 'Hot Lips') is a long-blooming Sage that blooms all summer with eye-catching red and white bicolor flowers. The nectar-rich flowers attract hummingbirds and other pollinators.
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Hummingbird with Furman's Red Sage (Salvia)

Hummingbird Plants

Plants that attract hummingbirds often have brightly-colored, tubular-shaped flowers that make is easy for hummingbirds to feed on nectar. These plants include bulbs, perennials, and wildflowers that will attract hummingbirds to your garden. Get a garden with hummingbirds flitting from plant to plant all season long! Learn more with our articles: plants that attract hummingbirds and gardening for hummingbirds.

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