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Hummingbird Plants for Central Texas

A list of central Texas native plants that will attract hummingbirds to your garden. Reprinted with permission from Attracting Hummingbirds to Your Garden by Noreen Damude, Copyright Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1999. This publication is available at the Texas State Library: TXDOC No. P400.5 H883 1999.

Visit Texas Parks and Wildlife Texas Hummingbird Roundup to learn more about Texas hummingbirds.

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Penstemon baccharifoliusRock penstemon
Rock beardtongue
Cut-leaf penstemon
Cut-leaf beardtongue
Baccharis-leaf penstemon
Baccharis-leaf beardtongue
Penstemon triflorusHill Country penstemon
Hill Country beardtongue
Scarlet penstemon
Scarlet beardtongue
Heller's penstemon
Heller's beardtongue
Phlox drummondiiAnnual phlox
Phlox
Drummond phlox
Salvia coccineaScarlet Sage
Tropical Sage
Blood sage
Salvia greggiiAutumn sage
Cherry sage
Gregg salvia
Salvia penstemonoidesBig red sage
Penstemon sage
Salvia reglaMountain sage
Royal sage
Salvia roemerianaCedar sage
Sesbania drummondiiRattlebush
Rattlebox
Poisonbean
Stachys coccineaScarlet betony
Scarlet hedge-nettle
Texas betony
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