1.Plant nectar and pollen rich flowers- Provide a variety of heights of plants so they meander while feeding. Hummingbirds like all colors- primarily brighter colored and typically tubular in shape. See examples below.
3.Provide Shelter- Hedge row, trees, hollow trees. Provide nest boxes, nesting material.
4.Provide Food/Feeders & Water- make sure they are disinfected regularly
Attracting Plants(there are many more) : Ajuga, Abelia, Bee Balm, Begonia, Bleeding Heart, Butterfly weed, Canna, Cardinal flower, Coral bells, Current, Dahlia, Delphinium, Pinks, Foxglove, Fuchsia, Geranium, Gladiolas, Hollyhocks, Impatiens, Iris, Lantana, Liatris, Lilacs, Lily, Lupine, Nasturtiums, Nicotiana, Oregon Grape, Penstemon, Petunia, Phlox, Sage & Salvias, Scabiosa, Sweet William, Verbena, Willow, Yucca, Zinnia
Stop into Zenith Holland to get your beautiful plants to create your own hummingbird haven!
Native Hummingbirds: https://www.beautyofbirds.com/hummingbirdswashingtonstate.html
Backyard Wildlife Habitat: Become a Certified Wildlife Habitat certify at: www.nwf.org