Cone Flower bud
Wild Tiger Lily
Salvia "Hot Lips"
Candy Corn Vine, I grew these for the Hummingbirds and they were a big hit with them, bloom late into the fall. Easy to grow from cuttings
Candy Corn vine closeup.
Chilean Glory Vine, one of the best hummingbird plants here on Vancouver Island, they really like our climate.
Chilean Glory Vine, close-up, I can't say enough about how great these are for attracting hummingbirds, they get constant action when they are in bloom and they bloom from May into August with some blooming into the fall.
Cosmos, I grew these for the butterflies and other insects, there a good wildlife garden plant.
Calendula, grew these for the herb garden.
Fuschia "Swingtime", Hummingbirds liked this one.
Borage, this is a really good bee attractor if you want to help the pollination in your garden, its a herb and the leaves are edible and taste like cucumber.
Columbine, this is a great Hummingbird plant and also attracts bees, easy to grow from seed but the seeds need to be stratified so place them in some damp sand in a baggy in the freezer for a few days then into the fridge for a month then your will get really good germination rates.
Chilean glory vine, there a tendril climber and like something fine to grab onto, I had to wrap some twine around the obelisk to hold it on. CGV likes to sprawl also and works well planted among rocks.
Chilean glory vine