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If you'd like a bloom that attracts the hummingbird, opt for the fuchsia that likes to grow in the shade. They're not fantastic for sunnier climates as they don't like the heat or drought. They can grow from 1-8 feet, depending on the variety, and if you prune them back they will grow better. They can be planted any time between May and early summer.

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