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Florida’s native palms like this Bluestem or Dwarf Palmetto, Sabal minor, are very productive for pollinators and as food sources for Songbirds
A true favorite, Marlberry, Ardisia escallonioides, has dark rich foliage, fragrant clusters of blooms and attractive fruit that the birds appreciate as well. The large shrub or small tree excels in shadowy locations
Beautyberry, Callicarpa americana, is an easy growing shrub for well drained sites in shady or sunny locations. The notoriously showy purple berries in the fall also double as a bird attractor
Beautyberry, Callicarpa americana, close-up
Black Ironwood, Krugiodendron ferreum, is a strong wooded small to medium size broadleaf evergreen tree that produces a black berry relished by songbirds
Sugarberry, Celtis laevigata, is a fast growing tree that provides shade in the warm months and berries for the birds
Winged Elm is a large canopied tree that provides good shade in the growing season and great nesting opportunity for birds. The dry seed is also used by wildlife
Holly berries on female Yaupon Holly, Ilex vomitoria, is both attractive and good for bringing the birds
Jamaica Caper, Quadrella jamaicensis, produces colorful pods when the split open and expose the tiny seeds inside that are adored by songbirds
Chickasaw Plum, Prunus angustifolia, has a showy winter / spring bloom that draws the butterflies and plums that feed the wildlife
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