7 Autumn Plants that Attract Bird, Bees, and Butterflies
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These daisylike perennials brighten fall gardens and borders with their blue, white, or pink flowers.
This attractive, low-maintenance shrub with bluish-black fruit is a favorite of songbirds during the fall and winter.
For an autumn bloom, try the exotic saffron crocus.
This small landscape tree offers rich foliage and red berries in the fall. Dogwood berries sustain robins, bluebirds, and cardinals in the later part of the year.
The clustering bluish purple flowers are fall favorites of several types of butterflies.
During fall, when most of the garden is declining, "Autumn Joy" sedum—or stonecrop—brightens the landscape with its deep pink, star-shaped blooms.
The crimson fall foliage is spectacular, and the blue fruit provides an important winter resource for thrushes, catbirds, cardinal, chickadees, and starlings.
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