1: Learn how to propagate potted flowers for a continuous supply of hummingbird attractors.

2: Start by selecting healthy plants to propagate and gather necessary supplies.

3: Choose a well-draining soil mix and prepare pots with proper drainage holes.

4: Take cuttings or divide plants to create new specimens for your garden.

5: Use rooting hormone to encourage healthy root growth in new plants.

6: Keep newly propagated plants in a warm, humid environment to promote growth.

7: Water plants regularly and provide adequate sunlight for optimal development.

8: Transplant rooted cuttings or divided plants into larger containers as they grow.

9: Continue to care for propagated plants to ensure a consistent supply of flowers for hummingbirds.