We have a garden dedicated to hummingbirds in a park not too far from our home. It has a small pond with water lilies and a number of flowers to attract hummingbirds.
I'm not sure the people who tend it have noticed, but it is also a wonderful garden for insects.
The hummingbirds benefit from the insects and spiders, too. They use the spider webs for their nests and regularly feed on small insects.
Maybe it should be called a "wildlife" garden.
What do you think?