1: Attracting Hummingbirds Provide nectar-rich flowers and feeders to attract hummingbirds year-round to your garden.

2: Plant native flowers Include tubular-shaped flowers like salvia, petunias, and fuchsia in your garden to appeal to hummingbirds.

3: Maintain feeders Regularly clean feeders and change nectar every 3-4 days to provide a healthy food source for hummingbirds.

4: Provide water source Install a birdbath or misting feature to offer hummingbirds a place to drink and bathe in your garden.

5: Offer perches Include perches near feeders for hummingbirds to rest and watch over their territory.

6: Use red accents Use red decorations or flowers in your garden to attract hummingbirds, as they are drawn to the color red.

7: Avoid pesticides Use organic gardening methods to avoid harming hummingbirds and their food sources.

8: Add variety Include a variety of plants with different bloom times to provide a continuous food source for hummingbirds.

9: Enjoy the beauty Sit back and enjoy the sights and sounds of hummingbirds visiting your garden year-round.