These plants bring all the birds to the yard.
Sometimes, you need more than just a pretty bird feeder to attract an array of birds to your backyard. If your goal is to host a ton of feathered friends in your growing garden, then you should be birdscaping. A term coined by Jan Johnson in her gardening book, Gardentopia, birdscaping is when you plant an array of berried plants in your yard so birds will stop by and feed on them—because berries are a necessary part of their diet. Birdscaping can also help your other plants, because birds will also feed on pests in your garden, like beetles and larvae, that would've otherwise caused harm to your blooms.
Here are the plants that Jan recommends you add to your garden—once planted, you'll be seeing flocks of colorful birds in no time.