Cornus amomum - Dogwood
Silky dogwood is great for attracting all kinds of birds late summer and would work well in damp yards/locations where its hard to find plants that do well.
Medium-sized deciduous shrub most common in moist lowland areas. Sometimes referred to as "silky dogwood" because the underside of the leaves has silky hairs. Blooming in late spring-early summer it has very small yellow/white flowers which are followed by berry-like blue/purple fruits that ripen in late summer.
"Bluish white fruit is an important food source for migrating birds" American Beauties - Native Plants
Height: 6 - 12ft
Sun: Full sun to partial shade
Water: Medium to wet
Bloom color: Yellowish white
Bloom time: May to June