Trees add focus and design to your landscape. We have shade trees, flowering trees, evergreens, ornamental trees, fruit trees and more. Add a tree to your landscape design today or even combine a few… the possibilities are endless.
At Satellite Garden Centre we have so many different types of shrubs that you are sure to find one that suits your garden, soil and lighting conditions. Ask one of our associates today to find the perfect shrubs for your garden.
A rose is a rose…. Except at Satellite Garden Centre. We have climbers, tea roses, floribundas, carpet roses, miniature roses and so much more. Every garden could use a beautiful rose bush. Come and see us today.
Satellite Garden Centre has a great selection of ANNUAL and PERENNIAL vines that bloom from spring to late summer or even change colour in the fall. Ask one of our associates for what you are looking for and we will find you the best vine that fits your specifications.
Trees & Shrubs That Attract Birds
Trees and shrubs that attract birds are usually only messy for 2-3 weeks while they have fruit. You wouldn’t want them near a pool or patio; however flowering and fruiting trees and shrubs are very attractive elsewhere in the garden. Very important is the fact that the birds they attract eat insects in our gardens, which means that they are a natural insecticide, taking the place of commercial chemical insecticides that cannot be purchased anymore.
A few examples of trees and shrubs that attract birds: deciduous euonymous, some birch trees, cedars, Shubert Chokecherries, cotoneasters, crab apples, many dogwoods, Russian Olive, elderberries, hollies, a few junipers, Oregon Grape, mulberries, flowering cherry trees, firethorn, mountain ash, many viburnums, sumacs, winterberry (deciduous holly), flowering quince, corkscrew hazel, shrub roses, honeysuckles, raspberries, Rose of Sharon, beautybush, blueberries, and barberries. Birds are attracted to these trees and shrubs for many reasons. They eat fruit of serviceberries, eat seeds of Rose of Sharon, seek protection in shrub and climbing roses, and eat insects in many plants including honeysuckle trees for example.