7 Plants That Attract Beautiful Bluebirds to Your Yard

Eastern Red Cedar (Juniperus virginiana): Bluebirds are attracted to the dense foliage and berries of the Eastern Red Cedar, providing both food and shelter. 

Lack of shelter/nesting sites: Hummingbirds seek shelter and suitable nesting sites. Insufficient cover or nesting materials may deter them from frequenting your yard. 

American Holly (Ilex opaca): Bluebirds are drawn to the bright red berries of the American Holly, which provide a nutritious winter food source when other options are scarce. 

Elderberry (Sambucus spp.): The clusters of small, dark berries on elderberry bushes are irresistible to bluebirds, offering a plentiful food source during the summer months. 

Sumac (Rhus spp.): Bluebirds are attracted to the clusters of small, red berries produced by sumac shrubs, which provide a valuable food source in the fall and winter. 

Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis): The early spring blooms of the Eastern Redbud attract insects, which in turn attract bluebirds searching for food to feed their young. 

Wild Grape (Vitis spp.): Bluebirds are fond of the sweet, juicy grapes produced by wild grapevines, which provide a tasty treat during the late summer and fall.