The colorful fruits are very popular with birds, in part because of their relatively high fat and calorie content
The ripe fruits are dark-blue with a metallic tone, which makes them as beautiful as black pearls
A dogwood naturally found in Eastern Ontario, it is a shrub with high wildlife value. The flowers attract bees, and the fruits are favored by birds
Each package contains 10 shrub seeds
Hundredfold is a Canadian trademark since 2017. Good fruits multiply/Les bons fruits se multiplient
This late blooming dogwood is an open and spreading shrub or small tree that grows 8-10 ft tall. The berries are dark-blue when ripe. It is often found naturally in swamps and damp thickets. Migrating birds need high-energy food to fly south when the mercury drops. Only native shrubs can offer such food for them. Plant this dogwood in your yard or fence line, you are not only beautifying your place but also helping the hungry birds.
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