Love hummingbirds? There are many different flowering plants you can add to your garden or balcony to attract and nourish these beautiful birds. Have a look at the suggestions and see what would work in your yard. Hummingbirds, like bees and butterflies, are essential pollinators for the garden. #sponsored
Creeping Sedum is fast-spreading, drought tolerant and easy to keep in check. It grows in the hot, full sun or in the shade. It doesn't seem to have any special soil requirements. In June, it's covered with tiny yellow flowers.
John Creech Sedum. The spreading, low growing sedums are standards in rock gardens, where they spill over the stones & seem to require no care. They form tight mats that usually don’t get taller than 6″ & reach that height only when in bloom. Sedums will root along their stems, where they make contact with the ground. They can be a bit slick to walk on, but are nice between pavers & encircling patios.