I am building a bird-friendly garden.
It is going to contain serviceberries, mountain ashes, hawthorns and dogwoods, as these plants are known to attract birds.
I love magnolias, however, I've read some opinions that they do not have enough value for birds, so, from my point of view, if that is the case, they will be a waste of space in my bird-friendly garden.
On the other hand, some sites claim that certain birds love magnolia fruit.
What is actually the degree of bird attraction in case of magnolias?