Make sure the hummingbirds flock to your garden with these top flowers and garden plants that attract the birds. Pick up some bee balm, lupine or hollyhock to add to your front yard or backyard garden and watch the hummingbirds come to your yard all summer long!
FLOWER | Lupine 'Beefeater' and Alliums
A spring-time favorite, growing lupine (Lupinus polyphyllus) provides flower gardeners with a brilliant array of colors. Plants have stiff, erect flower spikes of 1-4 feet that emerge from horizontal foliage.
Cottage garden with lupine and allium and Iris 'Rip City' on early summer morning
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Red Lupine | Zone 4 perennial | Possible planting for back of side beds or near DeGroot's Spire to add a bold splash of color among the purple and yellow.
I've got a thing for Lupines. To me they feel like they are straight out of a science fiction movie - so different from most other blooms.
Lupinus albifrons “Silver Bush Lupine” So much bloom with so little water! This “Silver Bush Lupine” is planted in our awesome propagator Anni Jensen’s “zero Summer water” parking strip, where it blooms Spring thru August with FRAGRANT masses of purple spikes sitting atop knockout shimmering silvery foliage.
Red Lupin Attracts Bees | Mature size: 3 feet tall, 2 feet wide. Ideal growing conditions: full sun to part shade, well-drained soil
Love this beautiful perennial called Lupine. It adds rich color and unusual spike like flowers to your garden