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Wildlife Plants

If you’re an avid nature watcher or hunter, wildlife plants would make the ideal addition to your yard or hunting ground. These plants are becoming more popular because they function perfectly as permanent wildlife food sources that produce food quickly and consistently. Plants such as the large mulberry trees, Japanese persimmon trees, and blueberry bushes all have very high rates of livability and benefit from fruit production within their first year. Planting big fruit trees is an enthusiastic way to get wildlife food faster and less expensively in the long run that relying on seed grown annual plants. These plants and bushes will attract deer, birds, and many other types of wildlife throughout the year, especially in winter when food is scarce.

Browse through our collection of wildlife plants and find the ones that meet your needs. Anything you order from us will be shipped directly to you through UPS. Order some of our wonderful wildlife plants today!

Wildlife Berry Bushes Wildlife Fruit Trees Wildlife Nut Trees

Wildlife Oak Trees


Elderberry Bushes Elderberry

elderberry-bushes
USDA Zones 3-10

Wildlife Strawberry Bush

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USDA Zones 3-10

Autumn Olive Tree

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USDA Zones 5-11

Ogeechee Lime

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USDA Zones 7-9

Simpson Stopper Simpson Stopper

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USDA Zones 8-11

Wildlife Blackberry Bushes Wildlife Blackberry Plant

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USDA Zones 5-10

Wildlife Blueberry Plant

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USDA Zones 6-10

Wildlife Crabapple Tree Wildlife Crabapple Tree

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USDA Zones 4-10

Wildlife Apple Tree Wildlife Apple Tree

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USDA Zones 4-10

Wildlife Mulberry Tree Wildlife Mulberry Tree

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USDA Zones 3-10

Wildlife Pear Tree

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USDA Zones 4-9

Wildlife Mayhaw Trees Wildlife Mayhaw Trees

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USDA Zones 3-9

American Wildlife Persimmon Tree

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USDA Zones 5-10

Japanese Wildlife Persimmon Tree

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USDA Zones 7-10

Wildlife Plum Tree Wildlife Chickasaw Plum Tree

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USDA Zones 5-9

Wildlife Muscadine

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USDA Zones 6-9

Wildlife Chestnut Tree

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USDA Zones 3-9

Wildlife Chinquapin Tree Wildlife Chinquapin Tree

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USDA Zones 7-10

Wildlife Hickory Tree Wildlife Hickory Tree

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USDA Zones 4-10

Wildlife Pecan Tree

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USDA Zones 4-9

buy gobbler oak trees Gobbler Oak

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USDA Zones 5-9

buy sawtooth oak trees Sawtooth Oak

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USDA Zones 5-9

buy turkey oak trees Turkey Oak

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USDA Zones 7-9

buy white oak trees White Oak

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USDA Zones 5-9

Beautyberry Shrub

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USDA Zones 5-9

Pyracantha Shrub

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USDA Zones 5-8

  • Wildlife Persimmon Tree
    Persimmons are one of the favorite foods of most wildlife animals and game birds, especially white tailed deer who congregate under persimmon trees in the fall and winter, after the pungent ripening aroma alerts them that a delicious feeding awaits them, some on the ground & many persimmons ripening before being shook down by hefty trophy antlers. Wildlife native American persimmons attract game, & the Japanese persimmons are much larger to eat and always available to feed during scarce winters.
  • Wildlife Oak Tree
    Wildlife animals and game birds can be attracted to your yard or hunting preserve if you plant berry bushes, wildlife fruit trees, grape vines, nut trees and acorn producing oak trees. Not only do the plants feed the animals but offer shelter to nesting songbirds, turkey, dove, quail and pheasants.
  • Dangerous Wildlife Plants
    Many poison plants are not meant to be eaten by wild animals such as deer and wild hogs. The Angel Trumpet (Datura) plant contains alkaloids that are harmful to humans and animals if eaten.