Bird’s nest spruce (Picea abies ‘Nidiformis’) is a type of Norway spruce that grows to resemble a flattened sphere. The top of the plant has a slight depression, which gives the effect of a bird’s nest. Plants grow 2 to 3 feet tall and wide, the perfect size for a foundation planting or rock garden. Hardy in Zones 3-7.
These mango-faced lovebirds are unshakable companions while they sit perched on a limb in their birdcage. Their colorful plumage of lime greens, oranges and yellows offer the perfect inspiration for a tropical summer palette.
Like a bird of paradise, this unique door knocker sits outside a tropical beach home. Light reflects off his copper embellishment as he waits to knock on the wood. A lovely welcome into this Vero Beach spot.
A blue and gold macaw bird is one of the many birds you could see while bird-watching in Wakulla County. With vast acres of undeveloped lands and protected wildlife sanctuaries, there’s an abundance of wildlife with verified counts of over 300 species of migratory and nesting birds.