Columbine gets its name from the Latin word for Dove. While it doesn't attract doves, it will attract a lot of hummingbirds to your yard. These beautiful flowers generally bloom in the spring.
Campsis radicans, or Trumpet Vine, produces a bright red-orange flower that hummingbirds love. This plant grows quickly and can get vines as long as 30 feet in just one year! Keep these pruned back so they don't grow over other areas of your garden.
Echinacea is a very popular flower in drought-tolerant gardens. The bright pink cone-shaped flowers attract pollinators as well as birds such as Goldfinches, Sparrows, and Buntings.
If you're looking for a show-stopping flower that also attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees, Saliva is a great option. You'll find Salvia in a variety of colors, but red seems to be most attractive to pollinators.