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Hummingbird Plant Picture Gallery

We love hummingbirds, and they love us back with lots of visits. That's because our gardens are abundant in tubular-shaped, nectar-rich hummingbird garden plants -- especially Salvias (true sages) and companion plants. Almost any sage attracts hummingbirds. However, this list is based on our best hummingbird flowers -- the ones hummers swarm in our garden and sneak into our greenhouses to visit.

True sages are mint family plants (Lamiaceae). You'll find a wide range of abundantly flowering sage plants here, especially ones from the Western Hemisphere. Over the years, we have noticed that hummingbirds seem to prefer mint-family plants from the West. This makes sense considering that native animals prefer native flora. Hummingbirds, sometimes called "flying jewels," don't live in the Eastern Hemisphere.

Plants and pollinators in a region coevolve to meet each other's needs. For example, the tube-shaped flowers of North and Central American Lamiaceae fit


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Sage Experts: Nancy Newfield, Hummingbird Gardener, Part III:

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(Photo credit: John Owens)

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Annual Salvias that Hummingbirds Adore:

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Properties for plants in the Hummingbird Plant Picture Gallery
Name Mature height Mature width Flower color Bract color Exposure
Salvia chiapensis 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Reddish Purple Moderate Red Partial shade
Salvia x 'Christine Yeo' 1 to 2 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia clevelandii 'Winnifred Gilman' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia coccinea 'Forest Fire' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Vivid Reddish Orange Dark Red Full sun to partial shade
Salvia confertiflora 5 to 6 feet 4 to 5 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia darcyi 'Pscarl' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia discolor 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Dark Purple Pale Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia dorisiana 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Purplish Red Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia elegans 'Golden Delicious' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Red Strong Yellowish Green Partial shade
Salvia elegans 'Honey Melon' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Vivid Red Moderate Olive Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia gesneriiflora 'Tequila' 6 feet plus 6 feet plus Vivid Reddish Orange Dark Purple Full sun
Salvia x guaranitica 'Omaha Gold' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Strong Violet Dark Purple Partial shade
Salvia madrensis 'Red Neck Girl' 5 to 6 feet 5 to 6 feet Vivid Yellow Brilliant Greenish Yello Full sun to partial shade
Salvia sagittata 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Purplish Blue Grayish Purplish Blue Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Scarlet Spires' 2 to 3 feet 4 to 5 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Waverly' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia dombeyi 6 feet plus 6 feet plus Vivid Reddish Orange Dark Red Partial shade
Salvia melissodora 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Light Violet Moderate Yellowish Green Full sun
Salvia buchananii 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Partial shade
Salvia spathacea 'Avis Keedy' 1 to 2 feet 2 to 3 feet Light Greenish Yellow Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia elegans 'Tangerine' 1 to 2 feet 2 to 3 feet Deep Yellowish Pink Moderate Red Partial shade
Salvia gravida 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Big Swing' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Violet Grayish Purplish Blue Partial to full shade
Salvia mexicana 'Limelight' 5 to 6 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x guaranitica 'Costa Rica Blue' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Violet Dark Grayish Purple Full sun to partial shade
Salvia madrensis 'Silver Leaf' 6 feet plus 6 feet plus Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia holwayi 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Red Dark Red Full sun
Salvia karwinskii x involucrata v. puberula 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia guaranitica 'Blue Ensign' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Blue Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia leucantha 'Danielle's Dream' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Moderate Purplish Pink Pale Yellowish Green Full sun
Salvia microphylla 'Hot Lips' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia microphylla 'Variegata' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Vivid Red Moderate Red Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Phyllis' Fancy' 5 to 6 feet 5 to 6 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia mexicana x hispanica 'Byron Flint' 5 to 6 feet 5 to 6 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia fulgens 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia x 'Pozo Blue' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia oxyphora 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Red Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia semiatrata 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Violet Light Purple Full sun
Salvia wagneriana 'White Bracts' 5 to 6 feet 5 to 6 feet Strong Purplish Red Light Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Raspberry Truffle' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Deep Purplish Red Dark Red Full sun
Salvia leucantha 'Greenwood' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Yellowish white Vivid Violet Full sun
Salvia dichlamys 'Super Elk' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Reddish Orange Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia coccinea 'Summer Jewel Red' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Vivid Reddish Orange Dark Red Full sun to partial shade
Salvia coccinea 'Coral Nymph' 1 foot or less 1 foot or less Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia microphylla 'Red Velvet' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Reddish Orange Dark Red Full sun to partial shade
Salvia spathacea 'Topanga' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Deep Pink Moderate Purplish Red Partial shade
Salvia regla 'Huntington Gardens Form' 5 to 6 feet 5 to 6 feet Vivid Reddish Orange Strong Reddish Orange Full sun
Salvia microphylla 'Royal Bumble' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Strong Red Dark Red Full sun to partial shade
Salvia greggii 'Wild Thing' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Purplish Red Dark Red Full sun to partial shade
Salvia leucantha 'Midnight' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Purple Vivid Violet Full sun
Salvia leucantha 'White Mischief' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Yellowish white Very Pale Green Full sun
Salvia pitcheri grandiflora 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia cinnabarina 5 to 6 feet 5 to 6 feet Vivid Red Dark Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia carnea 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Dark Red Dark Red Partial to full shade
Salvia splendens 'Sao Borja' 5 to 6 feet 5 to 6 feet Deep Purplish Red Dark Red Partial shade
Salvia 'Amistad' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Deep Purple Dark Purple Full sun to partial shade
Salvia greggii 'Furman's Red' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Strong Red Dark Red Full sun to partial shade
Salvia leucantha 'Santa Barbara' 2 to 3 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Reddish Purple Light Purple Full sun
Salvia splendens van houttei 'Burgundy' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Deep Purplish Red Vivid Red Partial shade
Salvia x 'Celestial Blue' 5 to 6 feet 5 to 6 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia coccinea 'Brenthurst' 1 to 2 feet 1 foot or less Pale Purplish Pink Dark Red Full sun
Salvia mexicana 'Russell's Form' 6 feet plus 5 to 6 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia gesneriiflora 'Mole Poblano' 6 feet plus 6 feet plus Vivid Reddish Orange Dark Purple Full sun to partial shade
Salvia microphylla 'Honey Rose' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Reddish Orange Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea x 'David Verity' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea x 'Kristen's Delight' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea micropetala 1 to 2 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Agastache x 'Ava' 3 to 4 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Agastache x 'Kudos Coral' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Agastache x 'Kudos Mandarin' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Leonotis leonurus 6 feet plus 5 to 6 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Cuphea schumannii 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea 'Minnie Mouse' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea 'Strybing Sunset' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia libanensis 6 feet plus 5 to 6 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia 'Fancy Dancer' 1 to 2 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea aff. aequipetala 1 to 2 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea nelsonii 1 to 2 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Anisacanthus wrightii 'Select Red' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Anisacanthus wrightii 'Pumpkin Orange' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia sp. from Smith College 3 to 4 feet 2 to 3 feet Brilliant Purplish Blue Dark Purple Full sun
Salvia coccinea 'Snow Nymph' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Yellowish white Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia coccinea 'Lady in Red' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Reddish Orange Dark Purple Full sun to partial shade
Salvia coccinea 'Summer Jewel Pink' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Strong Yellowish Pink Dark Red Full sun to partial shade
Salvia brandegeei x munzii 'Pacific Blue' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Light Violet Dark Red Full sun
Lobelia laxiflora var angustifolia 3 to 4 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Leonotis nepetifolia 6 feet plus 5 to 6 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia elegans 'Freida Dixon' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Sinningia 'Shelby' 2 to 3 feet 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Agastache cana 'Sinning' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia Windwalker® Royal Red 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Red Dark Red Full sun
Salvia x 'Alegria Light Pink' 4 to 5 feet 4 to 5 feet Vivid Purplish Red Dark Purple Full sun
Salvia amethystina subsp. ampelophylla 5 to 6 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Violet Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia karwinskii 'Ted's 18 footer' 6 feet plus 6 feet plus Deep Pink Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia mexicana 'Queretaro' 6 feet plus 5 to 6 feet Strong Violet Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Sinningia 'Scarlet O'Hara' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia greggii alba x dorisiana 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia coccinea 'Summer Jewel White' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Wendy's Wish' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Strong Purplish Red Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea salvadorensis 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia splendens van houttei 'Faye Chapel' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Red Vivid Reddish Orange Partial shade
Salvia purpurea 'Lavender Lace' 6 feet plus 6 feet plus Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia guaranitica 'Elk Argentina Skies' 5 to 6 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia BODACIOUS 'Rhythm and Blues' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Violet Dark Grayish Purple Full sun to partial shade
Agastache 'Blue Boa' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia x Envy 'Elk' 4 to 5 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia cuatrecasana x guaranitica 'Elk Magenta' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Deep Purple Strong Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia guaranitica 'Purple Haze' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia retinervia 6 feet plus 6 feet plus Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia dichlamys x microphylla 'Elk Red-Violet' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Reddish Purple Dark Red Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Big Blue' 2 to 3 feet 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Skyscraper Pink' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Very Pale Purple Grayish Red Partial to full shade
Salvia x 'Skyscraper Orange' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Strong Red Moderate Reddish Orange Partial to full shade
Salvia scutellarioides 'Elk True Blue' 1 foot or less 4 to 5 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Partial to full shade
Salvia x 'Elk Screamin' Scarlet' 3 to 4 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea ignea 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia VIBE® 'Ignition Fuchsia' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Vivid Reddish Purple Dark Grayish Reddish Bro Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Elk Raspberry Moose' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia darcyi x splendens 'Roman Red' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia COOL Fandango 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia COOL Lavender Blush 4 to 5 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Violet Moderate Brown Full sun to partial shade
Salvia COOL Lavender Mist 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Violet Moderate Yellowish Green Full sun to partial shade
Salvia apiana var. compacta 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia chiapensis 'Elk Giant' 3 to 4 feet 5 to 6 feet Vivid Reddish Purple Moderate Red Partial shade
Salvia BODACIOUS 'Smokey Jazz' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Elk Morning Sun' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Elk Blue Moon III' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Elk Grape Ape' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia x 'Elk Smokey Grape' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Scrophularia macrantha 3 to 4 feet 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia 'Paula Flynn' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia COOL Wild Strawberry 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea Hummingbird’s Lunch 2 to 3 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea Blackberry Sparkler 1 to 2 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia BODACIOUS 'Hummingbird Falls' 1 to 2 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia aff. S. sagittata 'Elk Giant Form' 6 feet plus 5 to 6 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia VIBE® 'Ignition Sunrise' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia COOL Shocking Pink 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia BODACIOUS 'Jammin Jazz' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Partial shade
Salvia COOL Periwinkle 4 to 5 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Salvia VIBE® 'Ignition Cranberry' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Cuphea purpurea 'Firecracker' 1 foot or less 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
Agastache x 'Poquito Butter Yellow' 1 foot or less 1 to 2 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia 'Indigo Spires' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun to partial shade
* We have not yet defined this plants colors