How can I attract more hummingbirds?

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 06, 2017
    Plant Lantana,cuphera,coneflower,blackened susan,salvia,red flowers,butterfly bush hang up feeders.

  • Amanda Ruth Stanley Amanda Ruth Stanley on Jun 06, 2017
    Brightly colored flowers... and sugar-water (not that red stuff) into feeders... in a bright sunny spot

  • Char Hill Char Hill on Jun 06, 2017
    Butterfly Bush and Herb BeeBalm both have sweet honey smell and bright attraction

    • Michael Dooley Michael Dooley on Jun 06, 2017
      I planted a butterfly bush. It's not very big yet and will check out thebeebalm. Thanks

  • Andrea Packo Andrea Packo on Jun 06, 2017
    Any flower that has a tubular or trumpet shape keeps them happy. Here in the desert we have aloe, firebush, and agave which is always buzzing with hummingbirds.

  • Tammy J Kirby Thomas Tammy J Kirby Thomas on Jun 06, 2017
    The color red is very attractive to hummingbirds but it's important that the flowers produce plenty of nectar. Bleeding hearts, impatiens, petunias, salvias, bee balm, columbine, cannas, viburnums, honeysuckles are some good choices,
    If adding more flora isn't an option, you can always add more hummingbird feeders.

    • Michael Dooley Michael Dooley on Jun 06, 2017
      Thank you very much. I have 5 feeders out currently. Not seeing much action yet. Will try some of your​suggestions.