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Shrubland and Bird Border

SHRUBLAND/ BIRD BORDER - The bird border on the eastern border of the garden is a designed mix of native shrubs that would often be found along the woodland edge between the forest and prairie/grasslands. The bird border will function as a visual barrier to close off the space and make the garden feel more intimate. The early season flowers will provide nectar to pollinators while the berries and fruit that follow later in the season will feed birds and other animals, especially helping migratory birds as they start their journey down south for the winter. The fall color of the foliage will provide visual interest and beauty to garden visitors once the summer flowers have subsided for the year.

Text Supplied by Taylor Beaufore. Beaufore Garden & Landscape.

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