1: 1. Plant native flowers rich in nectar. 2. Hang hummingbird feeders with fresh nectar. 3. Add red-colored accents to attract hummingbirds.

2: 4. Provide perches for hummingbirds to rest. 5. Install misters or drippers for hydration. 6. Avoid using pesticides near hummingbird-friendly plants.

3: 7. Create a diverse garden with different heights. 8. Incorporate flowering shrubs for shelter. 9. Keep your garden clean and free of debris.

4: 10. Use a variety of bloom times for continuous food. 11. Plant trumpet-shaped flowers for easy access. 12. Avoid using artificial colors in your garden.

5: 13. Place multiple feeders to reduce competition. 14. Offer a sugar-water mix for energy. 15. Install wind chimes to mimic hummingbird sounds.

6: 16. Provide nesting materials like moss and bark. 17. Keep feeders clean to prevent mold growth. 18. Use a dripless feeder for minimal mess.

7: 19. Place feeders near windows for easy viewing. 20. Add a water feature for bathing opportunities. 21. Hang UV-reflective decorations to attract hummingbirds.

8: 22. Plant a variety of tube-shaped flowers for sipping. 23. Offer perennials for long-lasting properties. 24. Use plants that are resistant to pests.

9: 25. Create a hummingbird-friendly environment. 26. Ensure your garden is safe from predators. 27. Enjoy watching these beautiful birds in your garden.