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Celebrate National Bird Feeding Month; Grow a Garden for the Birds

Celebrate National Bird Feeding Month by planning then planting a few bird friendly additions to your garden.

Landscape plants that provide berries, seeds and shelter make beautiful additions to the landscape while providing food and habitat for the birds.

Look for plants suited to your growing conditions that also have fruit or seeds the birds like to eat. Include native plants whenever possible. These plants also attract insects that most birds also need to eat to thrive.

Every fruit gardener knows blueberries, raspberries and elderberries are bird favorites. But so are ornamental plants like serviceberry, dogwood, spicebush and fringetree. Be sure to include a few like chokeberry, hawthorn and crabapples that provide fruit in the winter.

And even small space gardeners can make a difference. Grow a few small scale shrubs and perennials in the garden, container or even your window box.

A bit more information:  And consider planting a few trees and shrubs that may take a few years to mature, but provide years of beauty and food for the birds.  Sassafras, oak, hickories and persimmon are large scale plants that provide year round beauty and food for the birds.

Upcoming Appearances


June 22, 2021
Low Growing Shrubs & Vines
to Attract Pollinators

Webinar

July 17, 2021
Shade Gardening Seminar &
Sanger House Gardens Tour

In-person event

July 18, 2021
Drought Tolerant Perennials & Shrubs for Southeastern Wisconsin
In-person event

July 20, 2021
"Ask the Plant Doctor"
Question & Answer Session 

Webinar

July 24, 2021
Lake Country Art & Garden Tour
In-person event

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