Watching birds flit from plant to plant and listening to their songs on a sunny day are some of the most enjoyable experiences of gardening. Birds source food from plants that produce vegetation, nectar, and from flower heads that go to seed - help keep them well fed by growing a bird-friendly garden right in your backyard.
1. Choose native and pollinator-friendly plants and wildflower seeds that attract caterpillars and beneficial insects.
2. Plant ornamental grasses and shrubs for shelter and habitat.
3. Offer winter food sources by adding plants with berries and seeds.