Native sunflowers attract beautiful birds, prized pollinators and important insects.
Plants and Trees that Attract Birds
Expert gardening advice on the best plants that attract birds to your yard and the best trees to attract birds.
Combine annuals from White Flower Farm for a plant container hummingbirds can’t resist.
Tasty fruits dangling from open branches entice birds to stop by for a quick winter snack.
With the right flowers and plants that attract birds, your backyard can be a sanctuary for beautiful goldfinches.
Every garden should have waxwings! With a little planning, you can bring in these gorgeous fliers with colorful fruit-bearing plants that attract birds.
From blizzards to heat waves we’ll show you how to attract birds, bats and butterflies by turning your backyard into a sheltered haven.
Many camouflaged birds blend in with the background for their own survival—but you can spot them with the birding basics of how and where to look.
A few clever gardening tricks will have you attracting birds like never before.
The trees and flowers in a native bird garden will bring in more species than ever before.
Keep these seed-bearing plants in your garden all winter long, and the birds will thank you for the extra food source.
Plant these native trees to attract more birds to your backyard.
Attract birds to your backyard with these seasonal plant picks.
Grow lettuce in your garden to attract goldfinches and other backyard birds
Native grasses attract birds year-round to backyards.
Plants that allow you to harvest seeds attract more birds to your backyard.
Be water wise and attract more birds by planting drought-tolerant plants.
Not only do dogwoods have good looks, they also attract wildlife.
These budget-friendly plants attract birds to your backyard.
Want to attract more birds to your backyard? Start with berries…birds love them!
Attract more birds to your backyard with these top choices of dwarf conifers.
Add a few bird-friendly plants to your backyard to attract nesting birds.