Get information on how to make your favorite native plants thrive in your bird-friendly garden.
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Plant Eastern Blue Phlox for an evergreen ground cover that adds a burst of spring color to your garden, a sweet fragrance, and attracts hummingbirds.
The Spicebush is among our Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year for 2015. Find this and other plants at your local participating retailer.
Vines are self-filling hummingbird feeders! Plant them in your bird-friendly backyard.
Not only will the winterberries delight human neighbors every fall and winter, they will attract and feed a variety of birds.
With its white blossoms, Virginia Sweetspire might not look like a hummingbird magnet, but you can bet it is!
Plant an American beautyberry, and you WILL get a Black-throated Blue Warbler in your yard.
Attract Ruby-throated Hummingbirds to your yard with this bird-friendly native plant now available with participating retailers.
The Sweetbay Magnolia is among our Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year for 2016. Find this and other plants at your local participating retailer.
If you have space to plant just one tree to feed your birds, you can’t go wrong with the River Birch, one of our 2016 Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year.
Planting Little Bluestem in your yard is like planting a living bird feeder. Learn more about this plant featured on our 2016 Bird-Friendly Native Plant of the Year list.
Help finalize our 2018 Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year list by casting your vote! Our native plant experts have complied a list of NC native plant candidates, and now it’s up to YOU to vote for the winners.
Plant a Fringe Tree to have a three-season stunner in your bird-friendly backyard.
Two Planting Events Provide Bird-Friendly Gardens for Citizens to Enjoy.
The 2016 Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year list is here! Download it now.
Providing the right kind of plants and elements in your landscape allows birds the three basic winter essentials: food, water and shelter.
Make big strides to increase the number of bird-friendly native plants in your community. Ask city and county governments to use more plants from the Bird-Friendly Native Plants list.
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