Plants that Attract Birds

July 27, 2010

Feeding the birds is the most common way to attract beautiful birds into your yard.  Duncraft has thousands of bird feeding products to help you enjoy your birds! For all your bird feeding needs and wants, be sure to Shop at Duncraft!

In addition to your bird feeders, a great way to attract birds is to plant bushes, shrubs, vines and flowers.  Many birds love the berries and the seeds of flowers when the season is over. When you include fruit bearing, native plants in your yard you’ll increase the bird activity you see.  And other wildlife will appreciate your efforts too.  Here are some great articles on what you can plant to really bring your backyard to life!

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In my garden, Vaccinium corymbosum is grown primarily for its ornamental value so the birds are welcome to eat as many berries as they like, as long as I get a few handfuls from time to time. A riot of red signals the arrival of … So if you’d like to attract some furry and fluffy friends to your garden, plant a few blueberry bushes. Design tip: Consider growing blueberries in containers for a moveable feast for your eyes and your taste buds! Still need more persuading? …

Publish Date: 07/27/2010 6:52

Plants that Attract Birds to Your Garden

Flowers attract insects (therefore birds) in spring; fruit attracts birds in late summer/fall. Slow growing, drought tolerant. Coffeeberry (Rhamnus californica). A handsome shrub with dark green foliage and stems that mature from …

Publish Date: 07/11/2010 14:08

How To Get Birds Into Your Garden

This because plants that grow in the wild create a more natural and closer to home sort of environment for the birds. Exotic plants may deck your garden but they won’t attract birds. Another thing that may help you attract more birds in …

Publish Date: 07/21/2010 7:29

How To Landscape To Attract Birds

Another landscape principle to keep in mind while selecting plants that attract birds is to select plants that attract insects. Most scented flowers attract insects, and this means that your yard will attract birds that eat insects. …

Publish Date: 06/30/2010 12:46

Methods To Bring Birds In The Garden

This is as, the prior sort of flora will attract more birds given the fact that they’re more natural and similar to the bird habitats. So, while exotic plants may make your garden look unique, they won’t attract birds to it. …

Publish Date: 07/21/2010 7:29

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