Rondeletia leucophylla is often sold under the name of Panama rose, even though it is actually a native of Chiapas, Mexico. This bushy, large shrub produces masses of pink flowers virtually all year when planted in the ground in a conservatory. Both hummingbirds and butterflies are attracted to the flowers, which, interestingly, don't become fragrant until after the sun goes down — suggesting that it may be pollinated by moths as well.
Garden/Perennial Phlox "This sturdy, upright perennial[...] In Jul. & Aug., & through Sep. with deadheading, it bears flowers in shades of white, coral, pink, red, lavender, & violet, depending on the cultivar.[..]Many of the cultivars are fragrant; scent is most noticeable at night. Noteworthy characteristics: Best known & latest-blooming phlox. Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds. When allowed to self-seed, cultivars may revert to a more vigorous plant with lavender-rose flowers."
Dombeya w.(also known as "Florida Hydrangea"(these DO look like pendulous hydrangea cultivars-but Dombeya differs in several important ways;most vital is its heat resistance-few real hydrangeas can stand South Floridas climate.Its sweet butter cooky-dough scent is an improvement over the largely scentless hydrangeas.Dombeya also has a wealth of nectar that attracts butterflies,bees,Hummingbirds,& even what looks like an occasional Flicker into its blossom clusters.