Look at our bountiful viburnum bush and the berries that have bursted forth from the lovely white flowers that adorned the bushes in May.  The birds are so excited as they inspect the bushes daily to determine the ideal time to begin feasting.

When you have the foresight to plant flowering bushes and plants in your yard, you will not only realize a feast for your eyes in terms of beauty and bounty but provide much appreciated food for your feathered friends.  They will make your yard their home and provide much joy.



07/06/2016 1:06pm

Fastidious replies in return of this query with real arguments and explaining the whole thing regarding that.

01/11/2018 11:52pm

It's always been a dream of wine to have Viburnum Berries in my garden. God knows how much effort I've exerted already just to search for the said plant, but I always fail to find one. I feel envious reading your post because it seems like you are enjoying taking care of your plants, especially with Viburnum Berries. This year, I try to be more eager this time because I believe and I can feel that I'll be able to find one this year!

09/23/2016 11:19am

It is really good in taste as it looks like in the color of these barriers and they are also use for many other recipes. I am having a farm of viburnum barriers that are also rarely found in some of the counted places in the world.


The viburnum bush is my favorite plant and it’s looking awesome and its fragment is very sweet or heart touching. The garden is near my house and there are full of viburnum plants so that’s why I know the fragment of these plants.

04/03/2017 6:38pm

Wow! This Viburnum Berries are so beautiful. I'm sure that the taste of this berry is very delicious. The photo that you shared is so satisfying. I can see that the berries are ready to harvest. How I wish that we also have viburnum berries in our garden. I'm so glad that I found your amazing blog.


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    Jacqueline Totten is a bird lover whose backyard is a true haven for many different wild birds, squirrels, deer, rabbits, fox and an occasional bear.  She keeps the local Feed & Grain in business during the winter months with the amount of bird seed purchased.


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