Attract Birds with Perennial Flowers

Attract Birds with Perennial Flowers

Attract birds to your garden with beautiful, multi-season interest

Bring birds and other wildlife into your garden with flowering perennial favorites. Birds source food from plants that produce vegetation, fruit, and nectar, and from flower heads that go to seed. Birds are also attracted to plants that provide shelter for bugs - another favorite food! Enjoy these beautiful blooms in the summer months, and leave the plants in place throughout the fall and winter months to create a safe and bustling environment for songbirds and the wildlife that they rely upon.

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  1. Coreopsis Enchanted Eve PPAF, Tickseed Enchanted Eve PPAF

    Dwarf Coreopsis Enchanted Eve is ten years in the making to become disease and deer resistant that will be a proven delight in your garden. Beautiful burgundy petals with yellow edg...

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    Enchanted Eve Coreopsis Enchanted Eve Tickseed (Patent Pending) Coreopsis Enchanted Eve (Patent Pending)
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    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Dwarf Coreopsis Enchanted Eve is ten years in the making to become disease and deer resistant that will be a proven delight in your garden. Beautiful burgundy petals with yellow edges bloom from early summer until early fall with no deadheading needed! Enchanted Eve's dwarf size makes it ideal for containers, boarders and small spaces in gardens. (Coreopsis)
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