Birds are amazing creatures that play a vital role in nature. They are essential for spreading seeds to help trees grow and reproduce, eating insects that can be pests, and much more! When you care about birds, you help the environment.
Make your garden a bird haven by adding birdhouses, spreading bird seed, and making sure your birdbath always has water!
Bird Baths make a beautiful addition to any garden space. They make a lovely gift for gardeners because you can put them anywhere. Birds need water everyday especially during our hot summer months.
Many bird baths double as yard art, as well as functional outdoor features. People who love birds will be delighted to receive a gift that encourages their feathered friends to visit their home or garden more often.
Are you trying to find the best birdhouses around? Look no further!
At Buchanan’s Plants, we carry a great selection of birdhouses.
We have many different shapes, sizes, and colors. Calling all bird lovers!
Do you want to attract more birds to your yard? Then you should consider putting out birdseed for our winged friends! The Bungalow porch is home to all sorts of seeds varieties.
Unsure what the best birdseed is for your garden? Grab a gardener to advise you on which seed would work best for you!
Hummingbirds are on their way to Houston! Let’s get your garden hummingbird ready!
Ruby Throated hummingbirds are one of the most common in Houston. Males are iridescent blue-green on the back, with a metallic green sheen visible only in good light. The breast is brilliant red, but the belly is whitish. Females are overall green, with iridescent green upperparts and dull grayish white underparts flecked with brown.
Black Chinned and Rufous hummingbirds are two other common types of hummingbirds we find in our Houston gardens. The best way to attract hummingbirds to your garden, and encourage them to return the following year, is to plant your garden with nectar plants. Hummingbirds will feed on a combination of flower nectar and tiny insects. They are especially attracted to tubular-shaped flowers and reds, oranges and yellows are favored flower colors.
Check out plant recommendations below.
Our pollinator picks
There’s more than one way to support hummingbirds! Aside from adding plants to your garden that support hummingbirds, you can also supplement their diet with hummingbird feeders. This a great way to ensure hummingbird sighting in your yard!
Visit the back porch of the Bungalow for everything you need!
Hummingbird feeders are a great way to attract hummingbirds to your yard. They have specialized tongues that enable them to suck the nectar out of flowers, and their high metabolism requires a high sugar diet.
We have a wide selection of feeders you can choose from which vary in size, shape, and design.
Hummingbirds love to feed off of the nectar of hummingbird feeders. Hummingbird food is a liquid that can be used to help attract hummingbirds to your yard or garden.
Hummingbirds are creatures of habit, and they like to visit the same place they’ve visited before.
If you use hummingbird food in your feeders, they will come back more often, and if you offer them more than food, they will stay.