Want to attract more pollinators to your landscape? Here's why you should plant a hummingbird garden this fall.
It's a joy to observe them in the garden. By planting flowers that they love, you'll have the opportunity to witness these magnificent creatures up close and personal.
Since hummingbirds are attracted to bold bright colors, you'll create a living tapestry of colors in your garden that bring life and beauty to your outdoor space.
Humminbirds are natural pollinators
Hummingbirds have a voracious appetite for insects, including mosquitoes, gnats, and aphids. By planting flowers that attract these tiny birds, you're inviting natural pest control into your garden.
They are attracted to nectar-rich flowers that are easy-care and low-maintenance, just like the ones I often recommend. By planting these blooms, you'll have a garden that attracts hummingbirds AND is easy to maintain.
Planting flowers that attract hummingbirds brings an array of benefits to your garden. From the sheer joy of observing these enchanting creatures to their role in pollination, pest control, and low-maintenance gardening, they truly are nature's winged wonders.
Follow along to learn how to design a garden that attracts hummingbirds.