Lots of plants, but not many hummingbirds
Last year when I first started my hummingbird garden I kept reading that they like salvias. I went out and bought a bunch of meadow salvia(like this May Night). The hummingbirds actually like the more tropical kinds of salvias. While the meadow salvias do great in Wisconsin and return year after year, they are not that great for attracting hummingbirds.
This plant is coral nymph coccinea. I was able to find a store selling flats of these and lady in red coccinea. This should be a great hummingbird plant. I've added these two types of plants to all of my garden beds. Supposidly, they reseed easily as well.
My red Dianthus came back great this year. My front bed is filled with it.