How to Design a Hummingbird Container Garden for Small Spaces

Choose a sunny spot for your container garden. Select a variety of colorful flowers like salvia, fuchsia, and petunias to attract hummingbirds.

Use a mix of annuals and perennials for continuous blooms. Incorporate plants with tubular flowers to provide nectar for hummingbirds.

Select a variety of plant heights to create visual interest. Consider adding a small water feature like a birdbath to attract more wildlife to your garden.

Ensure proper drainage in your containers by adding gravel or broken pottery pieces at the bottom. Use a quality potting mix to support plant growth.

Add a trellis or small hanging baskets to maximize vertical space. Include plants like bee balm and columbine to provide additional food sources for hummingbirds.

Maintain your hummingbird container garden by watering regularly and deadheading spent blooms. Enjoy watching these delightful birds visit your garden oasis.