1: 1. Plant bright, tubular flowers. 2. Provide a water source. 3. Hang feeders with nectar.

2: 4. Use native plants. 5. Include perches for resting. 6. Keep feeders clean and filled.

3: 7. Add shrubs for nesting. 8. Avoid insecticides. 9. Create a diverse habitat.

4: 10. Offer a variety of heights. 11. Provide shelter from predators. 12. Avoid pesticides in your garden.

5: 13. Plant a mix of annuals and perennials. 14. Incorporate a variety of colors. 15. Make sure plants are in a sunny spot.

6: 16. Avoid using chemicals that are harmful to hummingbirds. 17. Provide a mix of plants that bloom at different times. 18. Create a welcoming environment for hummingbirds to thrive.

7: 19. Include a mix of flowers that provide nectar. 20. Keep bird feeders clean and free of mold. 21. Consider adding a fountain or birdbath for bathing.

8: 22. Plant flowers that are rich in nectar. 23. Provide a variety of food sources for hummingbirds. 24. Create a landscape that offers shelter and protection.

9: 25. Incorporate a mix of plants that attract insects for hummingbirds to feed on. 26. Design your garden with hummingbirds in mind for a thriving ecosystem. 27. Make sure to include plants that provide shelter and nesting materials.

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