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If you're looking to attract birds to your landscape, look no further than DeGroot's Bird Habitat Plant Collection. The characteristics that make these species so visually appealing - showy flowers, stunning fruit, winter color - are some of nature's most powerful draws for the animal kingdom. Turn your yard into a naturally balanced ecosystem! You're sure to enjoy these plants for a lifetime. They provide food, shelter and nesting. Plant your backyard sanctuary today! This collection includes peashrub (2 plants), serviceberry (2 plants) and hawthorn (2 plants). Peashrub is a deciduous shrub or small tree that is extremely hardy. Its flowers are yellowish and pea-shaped and come 1 to 4 in each cluster that are as broad as they are long. Very attractive feathery leaves cover this plant that can grow to 20 ft. This shrub may also serve as an attractive hedge. Serviceberry is self-pollinating, with white and light pink flowers in early spring followed by purplish red berries in summer. In the fall, it has lovely yellow and gold foliage. The serviceberry is not a true blueberry but tastes like one. The tiny edible fruit are popular with birds, including American goldfinch, tufted titmice, brown thrashers, blue jays, Carolina chickadees, northern cardinals and American robins. They can be used in jellies, cobblers, pies, muffins, coffee cakes or as dessert toppings. Plants will begin to produce fruit 2 to 3 years after planting. Hawthorns are small deciduous trees that achieve a height of 15 - 35 ft. when mature. They provide food and shelter for many species of birds and mammals. They have showy white flowers that are important for many nectar feeding insects and butterflies. The flowers become small pome fruit also known as haws and grow on thorny branches.
The fruit of the hawthorn or haws are important to wildlife in winter, particularly thrushes and waxwings
Leftover haws are often the food of choice for robins returning to northern climates from their winter homes
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