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    Row of charming birdhouses...

    3y Saved to For the Birds
    • Anna Glossonberry

      Birdhouse Row - very cute. Cute garden feature, although birds won't like it close to the ground. Could be good for insect houses. Also looks like fairy village.

    • Dotty Ruliffson

      Birdhouse Row on a board - all those cute little bird houses you see in Michaels, Hobby Lobby, JoAnns, etc...can be used now! Paint them & decorate, then nail them onto a board. Can be put on a pole, fence, etc. -- very cute!

    • Bobbie's Green Thumb

      Setting up a birdhouse is an excellent way to add interest to your garden all 12 months of the year. Birds bring much-needed life and vibrancy, particularly in the fall and winter months, so give them a suitably sheltered place to call home. Designing your own birdhouse is an excellent way to exercise your creativity. We love the idea of giving them their own front garden!

    • Loretta Shepard

      Birdhouse Row Houses - Perfect In A Lush Garden Full Of Birdies!!

    • Alan Moose

      Birdhouse Row - great way to add interest to your garden.

    • Lisa Rempel

      Creative Gardening. Birdhouse row in a shade garden

    • Beverley Pennington

      Birdhouse Row - very cute, on the garden fence

    • Paulette Munro

      Love the hostas and bird houses! Shady idea!

    • Tamara Ross-Kaikkonen

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