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Wildlife Conservation Network

lentago) produces berries and it also produces sucker plants. Arrowwood viburnum (V. Dentatum) makes a great choice for nesting and shelter. USDA Zones: 3-8 Many hollies are evergreen which makes them especially good for wildlife in the winter months. They are favored in the home landscape due to their beautiful deep green leaves which seem to always shine. Hollies are easy to grow and can vary greatly in height and leaf form.

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They have a wide range of native habitats throughout the United States. This makes them very adaptable to a wide range of climates, soils and conditions. The serviceberry can adapt to sun or shade and grows naturally at the edge of woodlands. They have bright orange or red fall foliage. Flowers and fruit: White flowers appear in the spring and the berries that follow will start out red and ripen to black. Best varieties to try: Cultivars known as A.