If you have space... maybe try some Monarda, (Bee Balm) too. We have Monarda fistulosa, which is a pale purple, but it sure draws in the butterflies and bees. And Hummingbirds are supposed to like it, but I haven't seen any of them in awhile. It gets big which I had no idea when I planted them. I think I have at least four of them here and there. I had to move my Large-flowered Beardtongues and it looks like it is crowding out some Black-eyed Susans in the yard. If this was my prairie area, I would let it be. Even though I do not really succeed, I try to keep the yard somewhat less wild looking.
This spring when they first came up, I called them my Bee Balm Balls. But like many of my plants, a good rain or wind will make a portion of them go flop.
Here is the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail on some Bee Balm.