Columbine -- Perennial Start the hummingbird season out right with the cheery red-and-yellow blooms of wild columbine. This easy-growing perennial is native to areas of North America. Name: Aquilegia canadensis Growing Conditions: Part to full shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: To 3 feet tall and 1 foot wide Zones: 3-9
Hummingbird magnet, Cardinal flower [Lobelia cardinalis; Syn. Lobelia fulgens] is a species of Lobelia native to the Americas, from southeastern Canada south through the eastern and southwestern United States, Mexico and Central America to northern Colombia.
Drought resistant-Agastache-You can rely on agastache to cover itself in blooms throughout the summer and autumn. This variety, 'Desert Sunrise', offers orange blooms that feature pink and lavender tints. It attracts tons of hummingbirds and is a great cut flower, too
DIY: Beaded Blossom Suncatcher. Make multiples to stick in the ground near evergreens/herbs/etc. Be sure to use glass beads, since plastic is prone to fading from extended sun exposure!