1: Spring and early summer are ideal for planting hummingbird-friendly gardens.

2: Late afternoon and early evening are peak times for hummingbird activity.

3: Choose nectar-rich flowers like bee balm, cardinal flower, and salvia.

4: Plant a variety of colors to attract different hummingbird species.

5: Include trumpet-shaped flowers for easy access to nectar.

6: Avoid pesticides and herbicides to protect hummingbirds and their food sources.

7: Consider planting native plants to support local hummingbird populations.

8: Maintain a clean water source for hummingbirds to drink and bathe.

9: Enjoy watching these tiny, iridescent birds thrive in your garden!