10 Plants That Will Attract Birds To Your Garden


Birds love the seeds, especially finches, adding a splash of color and life to your garden.

Purple Coneflower

Attracts birds with its seeds and provides perches for smaller birds.


Produces berries that birds like, including robins, thrushes, and waxwings.


Evergreen hollies provide berries that are a favorite of many bird species in winter.

Black-Eyed Susan

Attracts birds like goldfinches for its seeds and provides nectar for pollinators.

Eastern Redbud

Offers shelter and attracts birds like chickadees, nuthatches, and warblers.


Deciduous holly with bright red berries that persist into winter, attracting birds.


Attracts hummingbirds with its nectar-filled flowers and provides insects for other birds.


 Berries are a favorite of many bird species and can be used for jams and syrups.

Russian Sage

Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies, creating a lively garden atmosphere.

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