There are many different flowering plants you can add to your garden or balcony to attract and nourish these beautiful birds. Hummingbirds, like bees and butterflies, are essential pollinators for the garden. Empress of Dirt
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The robust smell and diverse shades of purple, blue, soft pink and white flowers, learn how to grow lavender plants. Lavender is a must growing old world plant. Every garden should have at least a few bushes of this beautiful, fragrant herb.
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Anemone Pocahontas (Japanese Anemone)
Anemone Pocahontas The frilly pink double flowers of this compact charmer mingle with interesting rounded silky buds. Anemone Pocahontas is long-blooming and with its robust, vigorous habit provides late summer color. Cottony seed-heads form after flowers fade to extend its appeal into fall. Japanese Anemones are trouble free perennials. Masses of flowers sway on slender stems above the deep green foliage. Attracts butterflies. Learn more at: https://www.bluestoneperennials.com/ANPO.html
Sea holly (Eryngium amethystinum) Amethyst flower heads surrounded by silvery-blue bracts open atop tall stems in summer, emerging from a rosette of spiny, medium green leaves. The thistlelike blooms resemble of July fireworks ― great for bouquets.