Monarda didyma or beebalm is a great native plant that will attract hummingbirds and other native pollinators. It has a tendency to have mildew in spots that are continuously shady, but overall this is a beautiful easily adaptable plant that spreads readily in moist conditions.
Asimina triloba or Paw-paw is a fruit tree that will produce delicious fruits after it has been established for seven years. This plant is a host plant for butterfly larva, most notably the zebra swallowtail larva and produces edible fruit. It is one of the two native plants that have a brown bloom in the spring. This plant will form colonies but should be planted with three or four other paw-paws for cross-pollination. The fruit tastes like banana cream pie--if you are skeptical, La Michoacana in Kennett serves up Paw-Paw Ice Cream once it is ripe (usually in mid-August but WHO KNOWS this year!)