Trumpet Vine Once you plant it you will have it forever. I have pulled them up of 5 years and they still come back.
Hummingbird garden zone 5
English Butterfly Bush: attracts butterflies and deer resistant
Agastache Blue Fortune Over 5 months of continuous blooms 100s of fragrant blue-lavender flowers Thrives in heat, drought humidity Attracts dozens of butterflies Deer Proof Sun Perennial! View All Drought Proof Plants Zone 5,6,7,8,9, Blooms Early Summer – Fall 36 X 24
Bugbane – a native plant that will grow in dry shade under trees. A good nectar and pollen source. Zones 5-9
Aruncus dioicus — Goatsbeard is a large, showy native good for fencelines or borders. Like a big astilbe. 4-5ft. tall by 2-4ft. wide, with 12-20 blooms in late May or June. Creamy white, long-lasting flowers are handsome into winter if allowed to dry on the plant. Needs moisture shade, esp. in hot areas. Attractive to bees butterflies. z. 4-9
Chaenomeles (Flowering Quince): deciduous shrub, bonsai trainable, drought-tolerant, deer resistant and ideal for cut arrangements. Ours produce neither thorns nor fruits. Chaenomeles will bloom from early spring to early or mid-summer. Hardy in Zones 5–9. Photo courtesy of Betty Rizzotti
Sonic Bloom™ Pink Weigela – 4-5 tall and wide – an incredibly prolific reblooming Weigela, with a heavy flush in late spring and then continuing all summer and fall – magnet for hummingbirds, and is generally unpalatable to deer
Liatris zone 3 shade garden – Google Search
Flower garden designs: create a three-season bed with spring, summer, and fall colour from The Old Farmers Almanac.