Spring Has Sprung: Add These Plants that Attract Songbirds to Your Yard
There’s no better way to add color and sound to your yard, and day, than attracting songbirds. Their whistling, cooing, tweeting, hooting, and chirping are bound to brighten anyone’s day. Luckily, it’s relatively simple to draw in these beautiful songbirds to your yard. There are plants that you can plant that may attract birds to your yard, providing you with a yard full of life and sounds. Adding plants that attract songbirds to your yard will not only be a treat to your ears, but their natural beauty will be a visual treat as well.
Your yard should be your sanctuary. Bring sounds to your yard by adding plants that attract songbirds by checking out the list below.
Plants that Attract Songbirds
Red Twig Dogwood
Vines and Shrubs
Red Flowering Currant
For best results, plant flowers, trees, and shrubs to draw in birds. Having a healthy balance will make your yard appear more attractive to birds. Also, not all of the plants on this list may work for your region and climate. Double-check with your local gardening/farming resource and do some research ahead of time before you plant anything on the above list. For best results, it is not a good idea to grow a variety that is meant to grow outside of your region. Otherwise, you may be setting yourself up for failure and can waste time and money.