In my backyard...
I moved to my current home 3 years ago. One of my first priorities was to get my bird feeders out. The hummingbird feeder went on my deck so I could get close and personal.
I did - with the yellow jackets. I am allergic to insect venom. I had strategies - fill the feeder before daylight, etc. I bought a yellow jacket feeder and hung it right beside the bird feeder. It was ignored. I finally decided the evasive dancing maneuvers on my deck were too dangerous (and amusing my neighbors too much!), so I removed it.
Plan B was to create some hummingbird habitats in my yard. More planning, more work; but less dangerous. Hummers are attracted to bright colors so almost any flowers will work. But only certain flowers provide nectar. Generally, any blooms that are tubular will produce nectar. In the picture above are red Canna lilies and Major Wheeler honeysuckle. Both are easy to care for and multiply. In other areas I have planted yellow trumpet vines. Another benefit is all of the butterflies you will see.
The only thing I would caution you about is that most vines require frequent pruning to keep them in check.
Parents who want hummers may consider the habitat alternative to keep their children safe - I never see yellow jackets on my flowers.
An aside about yellow jackets - they are members of the wasp family, and they are very angry all of the time. I would rather be face to face with a hornet than anywhere near a yellow jacket.