Tall Perennials: Go Big for the Birds

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Rhonda Fleming Hayes

I usually consider the cute little junco a harbinger of doom when he first arrives in late fall. The junco is a winter bird, a sign there's no turning back. But when winter settles in, my attitude softens. Small birds with sweet-little-bird silhouettes, nattily dressed in charcoal gray with white breasts. They and other birds have a difficult time this time of year finding food, especially in deep snow. Find out what you can do to help by planting statuesque, tall perennials in your garden.  Read www.thegardenbuzz.com 

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