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Grow Annuals for Butterflies and HummingbirdsGrow Annuals for Butterflies and Hummingbirds
By Marilyn on January 19, 2014

Annuals for Color and Attracting Hummingbirds, Butterflies, and Bees

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The Hummingbirds Are Gone NowThe Hummingbirds Are Gone Now
By SongofJoy on October 24, 2011

It always makes me a little melancholy when I realize that the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds have left here on their annual fall migration to southern Mexico, Central America, and even as far away as South America.

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Cypress Vine and Cardinal Climber Attract HummingbirdsCypress Vine and Cardinal Climber Attract Hummingbirds
By Newyorkrita on July 1, 2015

It's what every garden needs: a climbing plant that attracts hummingbirds.

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Wildflowers Attract Pollinators to Your GardensWildflowers Attract Pollinators to Your Gardens
By wildflowers on August 18, 2013

Do you want to attract bees, butterflies, and/or hummingbirds to your garden? The best way to lure pollinators into your garden is to plant things they love. Pollinators love wildflowers. These are a few of my favorites that are loved by pollinators and are easy to grow.

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Make Your Own Hummingbird NectarMake Your Own Hummingbird Nectar
By wildflowers on April 12, 2013

Hummingbirds love the nectar made with this easy recipe.

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How To Attract Hummingbirds to Your GardenHow To Attract Hummingbirds to Your Garden
By patrob on April 15, 2012

Attract hummingbirds to your yard and garden by planting some of their favorite flowers and by hanging nectar feeders when blooms are not plentiful. In addition to nectar, hummingbirds consume large numbers of tiny insects, such as mosquitoes, aphids, and whiteflies.

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Plant Red Flowers for the HummingbirdsPlant Red Flowers for the Hummingbirds
By Horntoad on January 1, 2012

Hummingbirds are highly attracted to the color red, which is why their feeders usually have red on them. See how many ways you can add red to your garden. Plant red flowers and paint a bird house or feeder red. How about painting flower pots red and using red in your garden art? Even wearing red clothing when working in the yard will attract them. The more red you can use, the better chance of catching the attention of a passing hummer.

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Showy Mexican SunflowersShowy Mexican Sunflowers
By Newyorkrita on May 24, 2015

Mexican Sunflowers attract butterflies, honeybees, goldfinches, and hummingbirds to the garden. They are easily grown by seed, so give them a try in your garden this year!

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The All Things Plants Most Popular Vines and ClimbersThe All Things Plants Most Popular Vines and Climbers
By dave on June 21, 2014

Today we open Vines and Climbers week by giving a list of the top 25 vines in our database, judged by how many contributions have been made to the various plant entries. Enjoy the list!

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The All Things Plants Top 25 Salvias and AgastachesThe All Things Plants Top 25 Salvias and Agastaches
By dave on September 20, 2014

Let's open Salvias and Agastaches week with a look at the most popular plants in the database. 'Black and Blue', 'Golden Jubilee', and 'Hot Lips' top the list, of course.

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The Top SalviasThe Top Salvias
By dave on September 12, 2015

We open the Salvias Celebration Week with a look at the top cultivars, top comments, most thumbed images, and more!

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Garden Tours: MarilynGarden Tours: Marilyn
By Sharon on May 6, 2012

We are on our way to northern Kentucky to take a look at Marilyn's gardens. Be sure to click on the images so you'll see the whole picture; you don't want to miss anything!

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Garden Tours:  jmorthGarden Tours: jmorth
By Sharon on May 20, 2012

It's an amazing garden we're touring today, the creation of a man, his plants and his flying friends. We think you are going to enjoy this trip to Illinois. Come join us and be sure to click the images so you can enjoy the full view.

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The Top 25 Annuals, Selected by ATP MembersThe Top 25 Annuals, Selected by ATP Members
By dave on January 18, 2014

Ever wonder what the most popular annuals appear to be? We have run a report of the most photographed and discussed annuals in our database!

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Stachytarpheta mutabilisStachytarpheta mutabilis
By Marilyn on November 5, 2014

Stachytarpheta mutabilis is a hummingbird magnet!

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The Top 50 WildflowersThe Top 50 Wildflowers
By dave on October 18, 2014

It's hard to figure out which plants are wildflowers and which ones aren't, so lists like these are hard to come up with. Nevertheless, with help from our members we made a list of areas of the database that qualify, and here's the top 50 most popular species from among them!

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Lilies for the GardenLilies for the Garden
By pardalinum on July 13, 2013

Hybrid lilies (genus Lilium) are sorted into eight divisions that are based on their genetic background. The most common and readily available lilies for the garden are from Division I, Asiatic hybrids; Division VI, Trumpet hybrids; Division VII, Oriental hybrids; and Division VIII, Interspecific or hybrids that don't fit into any of the other seven divisions.

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The All Things Plants Top 25 List of Shade Garden PlantsThe All Things Plants Top 25 List of Shade Garden Plants
By dave on May 3, 2014

Let's open Shade Gardens week with a list of the most active entries in our database. Among the thousands of plants that want full or mostly shade, which ones have the most pictures, comments and other details added? Let's find out!

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The ATP Top 50 Xeriscapic PlantsThe ATP Top 50 Xeriscapic Plants
By dave on July 19, 2014

Does xeriscapic mean boring and dry looking? Absolutely not! You'll never believe what beautiful blooms are available for the non-irrigated landscape. Come in and see.

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Salvias: Wonderful Flowering PlantsSalvias: Wonderful Flowering Plants
By Marilyn on September 25, 2014

Salvias are also known as Sage. They can be hardy perennials or tender perennials grown as annuals, and they are loved by many. They come in many different colors, such as blue, red, pink, purple, white, and others. Most of them prefer full sun, but some will tolerate anything from full sun to full shade.

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