Lovely Vines That Attract Hummingbirds

Trumpet Vine Two plants are called “hummingbird vines.” The trumpet vine is one. Tube-shaped red-orange flowers reach three inches. Ruby-throated hummingbirds love trumpet vine.  

Cypress Vine The cypress vine, or “hummingbird vine,” blooms red star-shaped flowers in June. Cypress vine blossoms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Unlike the trumpet vine, the cypress vine is fragile and needs assistance.  

Honeysuckle trumpet Hummingbirds flock to trumpet honeysuckle cylindrical blossoms in April! Red trumpet honeysuckle blossoms have yellow centers. This plant is around 30 feet long.   

Crossvine Crossvines can reach 50 feet! That attracts springtime hummingbirds with flowers. No external building needed. Crossvines spread and ascend via adhesive tendrils.  

Purple Passionflower The exquisite purple passionflowers captivate nature enthusiasts. Hummingbirds pollinate passionflowers, helping them grow. The passionflower can grow to 25 feet.   

Scarlet Runner Bean Vine Scarlet runner bean vine blossoms attract hummingbirds. The size of this plant may surprise you. Vine length ranges from 6 to 15 feet! Staking these vines allows them to grow.   

Canary Creeper This vine's vivid yellow blossoms resemble canary wings, hence its name. Summer flowering is ideal for hummingbirds seeking nectar. Climbing canary creeper vines reach 12 feet.