Shrubs and Vines

common elderberry - sambucus canadensis

An enriching force in the landscape, native shrubs are ideal for creating sheltering habitat for birds along with a bounty of berries or nuts in the fall. Pollinators will find easy, ample foraging on the blooms, and shrubs are often host plants for lepidoptera as well. Easy to grow, many native shrubs tolerate a wide range of growing conditions and provide excellent fall color and winter interest in the landscape.

aronia chokeberry in fall color
Shrubs for Fall Color
Add colorful foliage & berries to your fall landscape.
 
native shrub common ninebark
Shrubs for Privacy & Hedge
Grow a living privacy fence that supports birds & pollinators.
 
cedar waxwing on nannyberry viburnum
The Best Shrubs for Birds
Native shrubs offer important sources of food, shelter & nesting habitat for birds.
 
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