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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens added this to 7 Ecofriendly Gardening Ideas That Also Cut Chore Time
Feed the Birds5. Plant berry producers. Bringing in winged creatures can give you much satisfaction, because you can see the fruits of your labor paying off — especially if you garden organically. Speaking of fruits, plant berry-producing shrubs like this southern arrowwood (Viburnum dentatum, zones 2 to 8) or others, like dogwood, serviceberry, chokecherry and elderberry. These plants are bird magnets, and since songbird populations are on the decline nationally due to pesticide use and habitat loss, even one new shrub can make a world of difference.Time to plant one shrub: 10 minutes

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swansonjj added this to PNW
Speaking of fruits, plant berry-producing shrubs like this arrowwood viburnum (Viburnum dentatum, zones 2 to 8) or others, like dogwood, serviceberry, chokecherry and elderberry. These plants are bird magnets, and since songbird populations are on the decline nationally due to pesticide use and habitat loss, even one new shrub can make a world of difference.
Sarah Neblett added this to Landscape
plant berry-producing shrubs like this arrowwood viburnum (Viburnum dentatum, zones 2 to 8) or others, like dogwood, serviceberry, chokecherry and elderberry. These plants are bird magnets, and since songbird populations are on the decline nationally due to pesticide use and habitat loss, even one new shrub can make a world of difference.
lauralefaix added this to garden
Plant berry producers. Bringing in winged creatures can give you much satisfaction, because you can see the fruits of your labor paying off — especially if you garden organically. Speaking of fruits, plant berry-producing shrubs like this arrowwood viburnum (Viburnum dentatum, zones 2 to 8) or others, like dogwood, serviceberry, chokecherry and elderberry. These plants are bird magnets, and since songbird populations are on the decline nationally due to pesticide use and habitat loss, even one new shrub can make a world of difference.
Rodd added this to Rodd's Garden Ideas
Berry plants for birds Feed the Birds 5. Plant berry producers. Bringing in winged creatures can give you much satisfaction, because you can see the fruits of your labor paying off — especially if you garden organically. Speaking of fruits, plant berry-producing shrubs like this arrowwood viburnum (Viburnum dentatum, zones 2 to 8) or others, like dogwood, serviceberry, chokecherry and elderberry. These plants are bird magnets, and since songbird populations are on the decline nationally due to pesticide use and habitat loss, even one new shrub can make a world of difference.
viveleblitzpost added this to exteriors and gardens (not cooking)
5. Plant berry producers. Bringing in winged creatures can give you much satisfaction, because you can see the fruits of your labor paying off — especially if you garden organically. Speaking of fruits, plant berry-producing shrubs like this arrowwood viburnum (Viburnum dentatum, zones 2 to 8) or others, like dogwood, serviceberry, chokecherry and elderberry. These plants are bird magnets, and since songbird populations are on the decline nationally due to pesticide use and habitat loss, even one new
4868 added this to Trees / Shrubs
Feed the Birds: Plant berry producers. Bringing in winged creatures can give you much satisfaction, because you can see the fruits of your labor paying off — especially if you garden organically. Speaking of fruits, plant berry-producing shrubs like this arrowwood viburnum (Viburnum dentatum, zones 2 to 8) or others, like dogwood, serviceberry, chokecherry and elderberry. These plants are bird magnets, and since songbird populations are on the decline nationally due to pesticide use and habitat loss.
kkolanovic added this to Lanscaping
dogwood,chokecherry and elderberry shrub for birds
kryptonite1996 added this to ECOFRIENDLY IDEAS 2015
FEED THE BIRDS PLANT BERRIES...
grandfreddie added this to grandfreddie's ideas
It reminds me of the lower growing tree/shrubs that I need to utilize into the corner of my new (to me) backyard!