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The Best Trees, Vines, and Shrubs to Plant for Birds: a Starter List



KUSHINARA
NIBBĀNA BHUMI PAGODA - POSITIVE GOOD NEWS FROM 3-12-2021 WORLD WILL BE
FREE- SWIM AND MEDITATE - PROPAGATE TO GROW VEGAN AND DWARF FRUIT
BEARING TREES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD TO CONSUME RAW FOOD LIKE BIRDS FREE
FROM HUNGER FROM FREE ONLINE RESEARCH AND PRACTICE UNIVERSITY IN 117
LANGUAGES.

Let us contact:

for buying the molecule
Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD), whichplays a role in generating
energy in the human body available by by 2020 ‘for the price of a
coffee a day’ a Stunning anti-ageing breakthrough could see humans live
to 150 years and regenerate organ according to research doctors at
Sydney!

May all have calm, quiet, alert and attentive and have equanimity mind with a clear understanding that everything is changing!

White Home,
Puniya Bhumi Bengaluru,
Magadhi Karnataka State,
Prabuddha Bharat International.

http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org

buddhasaud2us@gmail.com 
jcs4ever@outlook.com   
jchandrasekharan@yahoo.com




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Friends


Friends


Picky Eaters in the Land of the Fork
Let’s
get personal: What does this all mean to you, as a hopefully eager, but
perhaps perplexed, navigator of the modern Buddha-Sasana? What choices
do you make at the buffet?
For
consistency with the running metaphor – which I hope has served well
for explaining doctrinal, historical and sociological aspects of the
Sasana – you might expect to personally encounter what has evolved, been
cultivated, grown and harvested, in a flower shop. But the buffet
counter is a similar, and likely even more familiar, realm of personal
engagement. For many in the West, first stepping up to Buddhism is much
like surveying the daunting range of options at an elaborate buffet. You
may be tempted to throw your hands up in despair and perhaps entertain
the hope that the menu at a cafeteria or pizza restaurant might be
easier to sort out.
An
appropriate strategy for navigating any buffet table depends on your
aspirations and opportunity: taste, health, unique experiences, sharing
with others, putting on or taking off weight, leisure to linger. As you
graze along the various counters you might look for the gourmet or the
folksy, for the Path dishes or the Sasana, for the challenging or the
simple, for the foreign or the native cuisine.
For
a while, at least, we can anticipate that your understanding will tend
toward folksy, blended with partial- and mis-understandings, along with
highly attractive notions of no Buddhist pedigree whatever. Nonetheless
you can align yourself from the beginning in the direction of an adept
understanding by taking Noble Ones, along with the Buddha and the
Dharma, as your primary influences and the most reliable sources of
understanding. Or you might alternatively find hope in some defined folk
tradition that some friends have latched on to, trusting that it will
develop in you wholesome qualities capable of taking you at least
half-way toward becoming a Noble One yourself. Almost any proper folk
tradition is at least consistent with the understanding and practice of
the Noble Ones. You might aspire to anything from complete Awakening to
pleasant this-worldly abiding in relative psycho-therapeutic comfort.
The
Path practices will be more challenging, like putting a lobster or an
artichoke on your plate. Devotional practices, like chanting nembutsu or
mindfulness of the Buddha as a way of strengthening Refuge, are more
like pudding or chips. I hope that the reading this book has awakened in
you both gratitude and a sense of responsibility that highlights the
non-Path dishes and that will make you a much-needed supporter of the
Sasana.
I
hope that you also appreciate that it is a mistake to limit your buffet
grazing range on the basis of accustomed tastes, for even Adept
Buddhisms have come through foreign cultural filters, even while others’
Folk Buddhisms might in their abstruseness serve little to improve your
understanding. However, you might personally like exotic cultures for
their own sake, or a particular culture, whose exploration can be as
expansively illuminating for you as mastering foreign tongues. I suggest
that you be willing to try anything at least once, to eat sumptuously
but with discrimination, to consider the full Buddhist fare without
upsetting the stomach. Your accustomed feeding patterns may hinder or
help you. Let’s review these:
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The Best Trees, Vines, and Shrubs to Plant for Birds: a Starter List

April 20, 2009

american robin with berries American Robin by Laura Meyers via Birdshare.

These are some of our favorite plants and trees for birds—but they
may not work for all regions. Planting native vegetation is always your
best bet—use our YardMap tool to get specific planting recommendations based on your zip code.

Deciduous trees

Mulberries (Morus species)

  • Season: Summer fruiting
  • Description: Medium-sized trees, 30 to 60 feet high. Fallen fruit messy: avoid planting near sidewalks or car parking areas
  • Food type: Fruit
  • Attracts: Robins, waxwings, cardinals, numerous other songbirds
  • Also provides: Nest sites

Serviceberries (Amelanchier species)

  • Season: Summer fruiting
  • Description: Medium-sized trees, 25 to 60 feet high. Produce masses
    of white or pinkish flowers in spring. Reddish berries in summer
  • Food type: Fruit
  • Attracts: Robins, waxwings, cardinals, vireos, tanagers, grosbeaks, others
  • Also provides: Nest sites

Flowering dogwood (Cornus florida)

  • Season: Fall fruiting
  • Description: Excellent choice for birds and people. Well-known
    ornamental tree, to 40 feet high. Attractive white, pink, or red flowers
    in spring Scarlet berries in fall
  • Food type: Fruit
  • Attracts: Robins, bluebirds, thrushes, catbirds, cardinals, tanagers, grosbeaks, many others
  • Also provides: Nest sites

Crabapples (Malus species)

  • Season: Fall fruiting; winter-persistent fruits
  • Description: Medium-sized trees, with attractive blossoms in spring.
    Choose a variety with small fruits (easier for birds to swallow)
  • Food type: Flower buds, flowers, fruit, seeds
  • Attracts: Robins, bluebirds, thrushes, catbirds, cardinals, waxwings, Pine Grosbeaks, finches, many others
  • Also provides: Nest sites, cover

White oak (Quercus alba)

  • Season: Fall fruiting; winter-persistent fruits
  • Description: Large tree. Produces acorns every year, unlike other oaks
  • Food type: Acorns
  • Attracts: Woodpeckers, jays, Wild Turkeys, grouse, Wood Ducks, others
  • Also provides: Nest sites, cover

Coniferous Trees

Eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginiana)

  • Season: Fall fruiting, winter persistent fruit
  • Description: Attractive cone-shaped tree, usually grows 50 to 90
    feet tall. Fleshy, pale blue, berry-like cones borne on female trees
    only
  • Food type: Fruit
  • Attracts: Waxwings and others
  • Also provides: Excellent nest sites and cover

Spruces (Picea species)

  • Season: Fall fruiting, winter persistent fruit
  • Description: Often large trees, may grow up to 150 feet tall.
  • Food type: Seed-bearing cones. Its evergreen needles are a good source of insects in early spring.
  • Attracts: Crossbills and other seed-eaters in fall and winter. Migrating warblers search for insects in spring.
  • Also provides: Nest sites, cover

Vines

Wild grape (Vitis species)

  • Season: Fall fruiting
  • Description: Climbing vine that provides superb fruit, eaten by more
    than 50 species of birds. Dense greenery makes it a good hedgerow plant
  • Food type: Fruit
  • Attracts: Robins, bluebirds, thrushes, catbirds, cardinals, orioles,
    Wild Turkey, Pileated Woodpecker, mockingbirds, thrashers, many others.
  • Also provides: Excellent nest sites, nest material (shredding bark), cover

Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia)

  • Season: Fall fruiting, winter persistent fruit
  • Description: Tree-climbing vine with brilliant scarlet foliage in autumn. Important food plant for many bird species
  • Food type: Fruit
  • Attracts: Robins, bluebirds, thrushes, catbirds, cardinals,
    starlings, Wild Turkey, vireos, warblers, Pileated Woodpecker, many
    others
  • Also provides: Nest sites, cover

Shrubs

Northern bayberry (Myrica pensylvanica)

  • Season: Fall fruiting, winter persistent fruits
  • Description: Semi-evergreen shrub produces fragrant, waxy, silver-gray berries, which stay on the plant year-round
  • Food type: Fruit
  • Attracts: Tree Swallows (especially wintering), catbirds, bluebirds, many others.
  • Also provides: Nest sites, cover

Staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina)

  • Season: Fall fruiting, winter persistent fruits
  • Description: Brilliant red foliage in fall. Spikey clusters of hairy red fruits
  • Food type: Fruit, seeds
  • Attracts: Robins, bluebirds, thrushes, catbirds, cardinals, chickadees, starlings, Wild Turkey, Pileated Woodpecker, many others

Red-osier dogwood, gray dogwood, and others (Cornus species)

  • Deciduous shrub
  • Season: Fall fruiting
  • Description: Hardy shrub. Fruit with high fat content provides important food for migrating songbirds in fall
  • Food type: Fruit
  • Attracts: Robins, bluebirds, thrushes, catbirds, vireos, kingbirds, juncos, cardinals, warblers, Wild Turkey, grouse, others
  • Also provides: Nest sites, cover

Nannyberry, arrowwood (Viburnum species)

  • Season: Fall fruiting, some fruits are winter persistent
  • Description: Large genus of easy-to-grow shrubs. White flowers in spring. Produces red, yellow, blue or black berries
  • Food type: Fruit
  • Attracts: Robins, bluebirds, thrushes, catbirds, cardinals, finches, waxwings, others
  • Also provides: Nest sites, cover

Winterberry (holly) (Ilex verticillata)

  • Deciduous shrub
  • Season: Fall fruiting, winter persistent fruits
  • Description: Hardy shrub, tolerant of wet conditions. Scarlet
    berries are important food for winter resident birds. Berries borne on
    female plants only—for best results plant group several female plants
    with at least one male plant (your nursery will label it as such)
  • Food type: Fruit
  • Attracts: Robins, bluebirds, waxwings, others.
  • Also provides: Cover

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