A plethora of white berries with a high fat content are a boon to birds deep into winter — you’ll need male and female plants for berry production. Here are 10 easy-to-grow berry-producing shrubs, vines and trees that produce berries that birds will love. They are not weeping willows, but extremely fast-growing upright trees. If, as you are flying over various places of human habitat you should spot a dense, green hedge, wouldn’t you be compelled to investigate? I was surprised one day to have a chickadee actually land on my hat while I was filling the feeder. Plant in zones 7 to 10 in moist sandy loam. Plant them 4 to 5 feet apart, and they will quickly fill in. Then there is the potential for great nesting spots. It does take a lot of patience to get a bird to land on your hand. Shrubs with flowers help pollinators in spring. I'm glad they sustained the deer at a tough time, and I'm doubly glad that the deer know how to prune holly much better than I ever could! Creating layers of evergreen protection in the yard with both tall and mid-sized trees as well as lower shrubs and ground covers. Thujas resist snow and ice damage and prefer full to part sun. They make a wonderful hedge or screen and prefer moist, well-drained soil and full to part sun and are hardy from zones 2-9. To top it all its also a plant that will help our birds and other wildlife, so it's a definite winner with me. Evergreen shrubs will provide other plants in the garden with a solid anchor. In northern areas, evergreen trees and shrubs often have smaller, needle-like leaves that better conserve water and keep the plant protected from weather extremes such as bitterly cold winters. Let’s say you’re a chickadee because they are such energetic and curious little things. Their strong texture looks substantial in a foundation planting. It's … Honeysuckle. Some shrubs should regularly be cut back to ground level - this can simulate a woodland glade and attract different species for a while. You’ll want something with fruits in the late summer, fall, and early winter. It is somewhat deer resistant and is the food plant for the Red-banded Hairstreak butterfly. Space plants 6 to 8 feet apart for a hedge or dense screen. Space plants 6 to 8 feet apart for a hedge or dense screen. Connie Smith (author) from Southern Tier New York State on January 30, 2012: Hello Nell Rose. Surround your plants with a tall hedge, and you automatically protect your gardens from deer damage. If you like hollies, but don't wish to attract squirrels and woodpeckers, then how about a Nellie R. Stevens holly bush. The American Holly Tree is very attractive to birds and humans as well. When planning evergreens for the yard, consider: Evergreen trees serve many purposes for birds, and they are a critical part of all bird habitats. It is hardy in zones 3-9 and requires no pruning. Much to my chagrin I realized the deer had used my little holly bushes for lunch and dinner! When in […] I planted 2 specimens many years ago and nurtured them carefully. The berries have a waxy coating and contain a fatty substance that appeals to wildlife; especially birds including turkeys, quail, bluebirds, warblers, bobwhites, catbirds, vireos and tree swallows. Thank you so much for the vote and for the share. Evergreen shrubs allow birds and insects a year-round home and protection from predators, especially if they are thorny like barberry and firethorn, or particularly dense like holly and yew. That's why she loves bird-friendly flowers, shrubs and trees. One of my favorites is the Nellie Stevens Holly. In summer shrubs are good for providing a shady place for birds to keep cool, and in winter evergreen shrubs will provide somewhere warm and dry. The purple-leaved Berberis thunbergii loses its leaves in winter. Viburnums provide everything from canopy that shelters the nests of smaller songbirds to a plethora of colored berries that birds love to feast upon. Frank Miles / USFWS/Flickr/Public Domain Mark 1.0. Thuja occidentalis ‘Congabe’, Zones 5 to 8 Add a touch of red and gold to your collection of small evergreen shrubs. It’s easy to grow, drought, disease, deer and insect resistant. Making evergreens do double duty, such as creating a windbreak or grouping of plants that will also shelter a feeding station or, Saving cuttings from evergreen pruning or shaping and adding them to a. You are very lucky to have them so nearby. Connie knows how very important natural habitats are to our bird populations. It is drought and cold tolerant, and low maintenance, sporting gorgeous red berries in winter. Named for a school teacher from the 1800s who lived in Oxford, Md., the dense, dark green foliage and prolific red berries make it a favorite of birds and humans alike. In autumn it provides berries and shelter for birds such as thrushes, warblers and bullfinches. This popular landscape shrub grows into a dense hedge that usually reaches about 12 feet high. Connie Smith (author) from Southern Tier New York State on April 24, 2012: You are welcome Carlos! You will see an increase in grateful feathered visitors while enjoying some very beautiful new evergreen shrubs or trees that provide year-round interest for you, and protection for your backyard bird gang. Hedges and living green screens are wonderful areas for all wildlife to gather. The fruit on Viburnum ranges in color from yellow, and pink, to red and blue with many aging to black. Evergreen shrubs also add constant colour throughout the year and they also provide privacy and form a refuge for garden birds. Suzanne Sheffield from Mid-Atlantic on March 11, 2012: Connie Smith (author) from Southern Tier New York State on January 31, 2012: Hi Trinsick, thanks for stopping by. The outward-curving branches are covered with dense, dark green needles that create an interesting bird's nest effect. These plants will thrive most easily with the least care, and will be more recognizable to regional birds as well as passing migrants. Thanks for stopping by. But that spring they had doubled in size and thereafter produced loads of berries! Viburnums are the stalwart of any good shrub border and not surprisingly they are also equally important plants for creating good bird habitat. Some shrubs also produce pretty berries that are a real treat for garden birds. Invite flocks to your backyard by planting fruit-bearing trees and shrubs in your landscape. Choose summer or winter flowering plants for an extra splash of colour and go for evergreen plants with berries to attract birds and provide shelter for wildlife. For a more compact cultivar, try Sugartina Crystalina. Read on for helpful tips and examples of cold hardy evergreen shrubs, all suitable for growing in … It was fun to read about your goldcrest birds and squirrels. Birds Nest Spruce Shrubs are a true dwarf evergreen shrub that makes an excellent choice for an evergreen border, accent or container plant. Use it as a screen or plant individual specimens. When I was younger I got this bird call and was so excited to call birds onto my hand like mary poppins but it didn't work out so well, I think I'll try some of your tips out to attracting birds. This plant is tolerant of both shade and moist soil and will form colonies perfect for naturalizing, unless you remove the root suckers. This evergreen shrub has dark green leaves which show off its cluster of white flowers to perfection. This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional. My Mom had a natural hedgerow between her property and her neighbor in our rural area. Now there are several very fast-growing, dense and beautiful specimens you might want to consider for your new evergreen planting. Both male and female plants must be grown close together to produce berries. Grapehollies prefer shade, especially in hot-summer climates, and look luxurious in a woodland setting. Learn tips for creating your most beautiful (and bountiful) garden ever. Native plants and birds have evolved side-by-side over thousands of years. She has over 16 years experience writing about wild birds for magazines and websites. Shrubs Northern bayberry (Myrica pensylvanica) Season: Fall fruiting, winter persistent fruits Description: Semi-evergreen shrub produces fragrant, waxy, silver-gray berries, which stay on the plant year-round Food type: Fruit While the exact plants that are suited to any yard will vary depending on the local climate, available space, soil quality, moisture level, and sun exposure, the most popular evergreens for birdscaped yards include: There are many varieties of each of these plant types, and different varieties may grow to different sizes or have significantly different shapes, growth rates, and mature appearances. To a little bird, this hedge has it all. Viburnum lantana also produces berries eaten by birds in the winter. It is necessary to plant both male and female specimens close together in order for them to produce berries. In summer, its scented flowers attract insects and so provide food for a different range of birds. Widely adaptable and easy to grow in poor soil, it laughs at drought and thrives on neglect. Melissa Mayntz has been a birder and wild bird enthusiast for 30+ years. American Holly trees are hardy from zones 5-9 and grow up to 30’ tall and 10’ wide at maturity. The fragrant white flowers are beloved by birds, bees and butterflies. I loved all the Holly varieties - Holly is one of my long time favourites. Evergreen Shrubs Plant evergreen shrubs for year round interest and structure. The list of Texas evergreen shrubs doesn’t stop there. Helen Murphy Howell from Fife, Scotland on January 27, 2012: This is a really beautiful hub - the photographs are stunning. The second winter was very hard with lots of deep snow and bitter cold temperatures. Another fast-developing evergreen is the Thuja Green Giant. Hollies: Many of these trees and shrubs are evergreen, providing year-round shelter, nesting places, and berries that ripen late fall or into winter. For example, both pine trees and palm trees are considered evergreen, though their climates can be dramatically different. In zone 5 the fruit is on display from June with Vi… Blackbirds will also strip the loose bark from the base to help build their nests. These plants do double duty: They attract berry-eating birds such as bluebirds and robins while also creating a beautiful display with their flowers, fall colors, and fruits. With such a selection to choose from, there is an evergreen option ideal for every birder's yard. It thrives in sun to partial shade and must be watered daily until established, after which it becomes moderately drought tolerant. The following table lists the varieties of trees and shrubs that attract particular birds. Evergreen shrubs are staples in the garden as a backdrop for every plant to shine, but some are eye-catching on their own. Selecting native varieties that will be best adapted to local climate, weather, and soil conditions. This is what keeps me grounded! Wax myrtle is a shrub well-worth the effort because of its fragrance, interesting dense evergreen foliage and color, and benefit to wildlife. If you’re looking for a smaller evergreen shrub, Asiatic Velutinus means soft and velvety, referring to short, dense, silky hairs on the undersides of the leaves. Nell Rose from England on January 29, 2012: Hi, this is such a lovely hub, I had never seen a chickadee before, don't think we have them in England, maybe we do but under a different name, and as you say the bushes are so important for the birds and other wildlife, I am lucky to have Kites living in the trees next to me, they are like eagles but are a golden color, the hedges underneath them have so much wildlife, from goldcrest birds, to squirrels up the trees too! While adding an evergreen to the yard is a good step for any bird-friendly landscaping, it can be a much better step if more thought is put into the plant selection and how it will work in an individual yard. If you are considering adding any plantings to your landscape, you might want to make them do double duty by pleasing both you and your backyard birds. As seasons change, so does this dwarf evergreen: You’ll see new spring growth in bright gold, then deep red tips in fall. It doesn’t matter what soil you have; it will adapt. These trees and shrubs also provide safe places to build a nest! Berberis x stenophylla has smaller leaves and tall arching branches, and makes a good informal hedge, providing good nesting sites for birds. Birds that love them: Its bright dark blue fruits (which we use for jam) provide food for many birds within its range, including the Brown Thrasher and Red-eyed Vireo, and dozens of other birds. Honeysuckles such as Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina' are ideal. Berberis, hawthorn and spindle. I love mine, and they do not seem to attract anything but small songbirds that like to hide among the branches. Voted up + awesome + beautiful. But I also liked Viburnum Pragense - I haven't seen this plant before and the flowers + the leaves make this so beautiful. Many birds will make their nests in shrubs including dunnocks, finches, blackbirds Read on to see our 13 best picks. It is drought and cold tolerant, and low … Snowbrush The Buckthorn Family–Rhamnaceae Ceanothus velutinus Douglas ex Hook. Evergreen Shrubs For Full Sun - Zones 7 - 11 Agave Agave is a succulent, which has large fleshy leaves and grows well in Southwest and Mediterranean climates. Establishing your shrub garden: Plant shrubs between November and March, but avoid waterlogged or frozen ground. Emphasize native trees, shrubs, and vines. It grows in any soil, sun to part shade in zones 7 to 9, and is the host plant for Henrys Elfin Butterfly; also moderately deer resistant. Plant shrubs that have nectar-rich flowers that are good for insects in spring, and berries in autumn that attract birds, e.g. Dense, spiny, evergreen grapehollies are terrific shelter plants for birds. And berries feed birds and other wildlife in autumn and winter. It is hardy in zones 5-8, grows to 12 feet tall and 10 to 12 feet wide. Imagine you’re a bird. These trees are very easy to grow in just about any soil from clay to sand, moist to well-drained. I enjoyed your story, thanks for sharing it with me. Don’t scrape the yard free of fall debris! They rapidly become taller at about 2’ per year and are disease and pest resistant. Some evergreen shrubs can get out of control, become too big and overbearing if they are not cut back, so choose ones that can tolerate a good prune Translucent red berries in the autumn are popular with birds and small mammals. (See-uh-NO-thus vel-OO-tin-us) Names: Ceanothus is a Greek name for a spiny shrub. From hydrangea bushes to lilac bushes and every evergreen in between, many attractive, fast-growing shrubs provide privacy, hide eyesores, and offer food and shelter for pollinators, birds, and other wildlife in a matter of a few seasons. I was indeed blessed to live right there while growing up. This makes them ideal for winter interest to us humans, and winter protection for our feathered friends (and other wildlife). Include evergreens like arborvitae and yews to provide shelter for the birds. Thanks for the info. Just a thought! Introducing "One Thing": A New Video Series, The Spruce Gardening & Plant Care Review Board, The Spruce Renovations and Repair Review Board. Don’t let the ‘willow’ part fool you. Remember, variety is the spice of wildlife! Shrubs are an important source of summer shade for many birds, and evergreen shrubs are ideal winter shelter as well, especially for ground-loving birds such as quail, grouse and many sparrows. That was awesome, and it only took about 35 years for it happen! In tropical areas, many broad-leafed plants are also evergreen and may shed their lower leaves as they grow new foliage from the crown. I was sure they were finished. Just planting one dense evergreen would do just fine. The Evergreen Sumac has a moderate growth rate and reaches 8 to 10 feet in sun to partial shade. Connie Smith (author) from Southern Tier New York State on January 28, 2012: Thank you Seeker7. There would be plenty of places to meet and greet other birds. It really is well worth the effort. (Although birds love them, remember that holly berries are toxic to humans and pets.) You might want to check out Willow Hybrid Trees. To ensure your shrub gets a good start, choose varieties that work in your USDA Hardiness Zone. In fall it produces beautiful berries and would work well as a screen or hedge. You’re looking for a great place to live and raise a family. By adding the appropriate evergreens to a bird-friendly landscape, birders will enhance the sanctuary they provide to every visiting bird. Other choices to think about are the fast-growing viburnum pragense, which is a broadleaf evergreen that blooms in May with beautiful and fragrant ivory flowers, and the wax myrtle; the moderately fast-growing evergreen sumac (rhus virens) as well as the slow-growing yaupon (ilex vomitoria), which is very attractive to wildlife. The Old Farmer's Almanac presents a table of food- and shelter-providing trees and shrubs for birds. As it’s a climber, honeysuckle is ideal when space is tight. We have Kites here as well, but not in my neck of the woods. It is a misconception that these trees never lose their leaves, however. Growing as much as a foot per year, it should be pruned in early spring (if at all) before new growth starts. The fragrant white flowers are beloved by birds, bees and butterflies. This densely branched shrub is a good hedge plant for naturalizing along slopes and riverbanks. Nesting sites : Many birds nest in shrubs, particularly dense, secure plantings that provide good shelter and protection from neighborhood predators. The new growth has a pretty red tint that then becomes green. Growing easily on rocky, dry hillsides it is a nectar source for butterflies. Water: The constant foliage of evergreens helps keep the understory beneath the plants moist, providing water for birds and other wildlife. 7. It was filled with all kinds of beautiful birds, rabbits, quail, bobwhites, pheasants and wild turkeys, and visited daily by deer and coy dogs. I'm so glad you stopped by, and that you appreciated all the information and the photos. Darn that Mary Poppins for making it seem so easy! It’s one of the easiest shrubs to trim into a multi-stemmed tree. Wax myrtle (Morella cerifera) was a favorite of the American colonists and prized for its spicy, fragrant light blue berries. Best Landscaping Evergreen Trees and Shrubs for Birds, Attract Birds by Adding Trees to Your Landscaping. This feature is more pronounced on shrubs found in drier areas east of the Cascades. Selecting zone 4 evergreen shrubs requires careful consideration, however, as not all evergreens are equipped to withstand winter temperatures that can plummet to -30 F. (-34 C.). The Viburnum Pragense is a magnet to birds and butterflies and resists insects and disease. It loves full sun but will tolerate part shade. They are very hardy and don't mind snow and drought. This will strengthen resources for birds and provide better protection for many species. Give the birds what they need, and add color and structure to your garden, with shrubs. rated up and shared! In fact, evergreens are constantly shedding and renewing leaves in a continual cycle, unlike deciduous trees that shed all their leaves at once and have bare, empty branches through a dry or cold season. Their dramatic yellow flowers in winter or early spring have a striking presence. Another plus presents itself should you have a deer problem. In addition, it would provide a natural windbreak for other plants in your landscape. Having a handful of sunflower seeds helps, along with days and days of standing or sitting perfectly still in the same spot. After all, it would provide lots of protection from bad weather, not to mention possible predators. Thanks for the Votes and all your wonderful, positive comments. It gains 3 to 5 feet per year after it has been established, and reaches 20 to 30 feet at maturity. Choose from trees such as American Holly or the deciduous shrub, Winterberry. Evergreen trees are aptly named, as they stay green year-round and always have leaves. It produces lovely red berries and has a beautiful upright conical tree shape. Evergreen shrubs help provide shelter in the winter. Chickadees are very social and love to ‘tweet’ and ‘twitter’ amongst themselves just like humans! Evergreen plants are also home to a variety of insects birds eat. They are fairly drought resistant and prefer full sun to light shade. An evergreen, it prefers full sun and a moist soil, growing slowly to around 3 m. It looks best planted in a group with other shrubs. I like american hollies but do not want to attract squirrels and woodpeckers around my house. They don’t throw that word ‘giant’ around for nothing. A beautiful shrub, with lacy caps of creamy-white flowers in the spring, that attract bees and other insects. Birds appreciate 5. 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