Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 16:04:24 PM. Garden. By .
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A garden is a complex, natural world that we often overlook. While we are admiring the color, fragrance and look of a glorious landscape, hummingbirds, butterflies, bees, birds and more are tirelessly pollinating our plants. Global evidence suggests that pollinator populations are declining due to many factors, including habitat destruction, so please consider making your garden a haven for these amazing creatures.
Many plants produce fruit or seed in late summer to fall when birds are getting ready to migrate south. The fruit of plants such as dogwood (Cornus), crabapple (Malus), and elderberry (Sambucus) add interest to the landscape while nourishing our feathered friends. And you might consider planting one of the many Viburnum varieties. Viburnum berries attract a host of birds in the fall such as robins, bluebirds, thrushes, catbirds, cardinals, finches and waxwings. Discover more berry-bearing trees and shrubs.
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