Answer: Your biggest challenge to growing fruiting shrubs is, of course, the limited sunlight. If you can create a sunnier spot by removing some branches or even a small tree, it might be worth considering. There are some shrubs that tolerate partial sunlight, such as Running service berry (Amelanchier stolonifera), Wintergreen barberry (Berberis julianae), and Burford holly (Ilex cornuta Burfordii ). Several viburnum species are wonderful for attracting birds. I recommend the ones you mentioned (nannyberry is Viburnum lentago) and also European cranberry bush (Viburnum opulus). All of these plants are suitable for growing in your region.
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