Answer: Hummingbirds have their own landscape favorites, including cotoneaster, buddleia, flowering quince, trumpet vine, foxglove, and lilies. Most any flower with a trumpet-shape will attract them, and red-colored flowers are a special favorite. I'd stay away from deliberately planting weeds for the benefit of hummingbirds. Weeds can become invasive in a hurry, and they have no particular appeal to people. The above plants will enhance your landscape with attractive foliage and flowers, and will be more managable in the long run!
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