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BBB- Tennessee Wholesale Nursery Reviews

BBB- Tennessee Wholesale Nursery Reviews Rated 4.9 out of 5 Stars

Tennessee Wholesale Nursery has always provided my nursery with lovely shrubs and trees. These folks are the real deal. I am highly pleased, and I will not go anywhere else to buy the specific plants they sell, ever. I've been dealing with Tammy for over 20 years. Not only is she knowledgeable, but she's super honest and will be upfront if she can or can not do things I ask for, like, for instance, fast ship dates in spring when she's covered up with other orders. She will say, "Don, I appreciate your business; you put food on my table, but there are other customers that have paid ahead of you, and I can't do anyone the way I won't allow myself to be done. Even though I placed huge orders, she is fair and honest and super down to earth too.

Don Fosgate, Don's Backyard Nursery, Springdale, AR


Winterberry Bush - Ilex verticillata 

The winterberry bush is a native plant that thrives in plant hardiness zones three through nine. This bush provides a beautiful addition to autumn landscapes, as the bush draws various animals, including birds, squirrels, rabbits, and deer, to its berry-laden branches. In landscaping, winterberry is used to create borders, ground cover in mass plantings, or as a specimen plant in native gardens. The bright clusters of berries are the main attraction, but hard-to-see white flowers and deep green, glossy leaves appear in late spring or early summer. To encourage berry production, plant at least one male cultivar on the property. A single male can pollinate a large number of female plants, but the male and female bushes should be located within 50 feet of each other to ensure pollination. The berries appear in mid-autumn and persist through early winter, and usually appear as red, yellow, or orange clusters on the stems. The berries are highly visible once the bright yellow leaves fall off the bush in autumn, which may help attract songbirds and animals until the berries are gone. Winterberry bushes are very hardy and can withstand various growing conditions, including sandy, compacted, and wet soils with poor drainage. As a native plant, the bush is found in marshy, wet areas and prefers slightly acidic soils. When grown in alkaline soil, the leaves may be yellow. The bush has a slow growth rate and reaches about three to five feet high and three to five feet wide at maturity. To shape the bush, prune it in winter, and remove suckers in spring or summer unless the bush is planted to produce ground cover as a mass planting. To create hedgerows, plant the bushes in a row at least five feet apart and plant one male every 40 to 50 feet.

Winter Creeper -- Euonymus Fortunei 

 It is also known as the "Fortune's Spindle" because of its curvy vine, which winds upwards when adequately supported. The wintercreeper is a popular landscaping plant with beautiful foliage whose beautiful prismatic colors include yellow, white, and green with a hint of purple. These hearty plants make a great ornamental addition to any landscape or garden. They are thriving in full and partial sunlight, ideal for a corner section of the front yard and enhancing its appearance while helping to raise the property value of a home. The wintercreeper also beautifies a property all year round, as long as they are well protected against frigid winter temperatures. It is a rapidly growing plant, which has been known to reach an astounding length of sixty-six feet. Similar to the ivy family, using tiny rootlets on its leaves for climbing. A wintercreeper grows best in areas that have an outlet for rainwater to escape and in soil that's at least 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Depending on the ground condition, sometimes a rotor tiller allows the dirt to loosen up more quickly. Due to their beautiful foliage, low maintenance, and fast growth rate, many homeowners use them as a landscape addition. After several months it is time to begin pruning the plant to keep its growth under control. When properly maintained, the wintercreeper makes a unique piece of art for yards—climbing up walls, tree stumps, shrubs, and bushes, adding just the right touch to any landscaping masterpiece. Between May and June, they bloom greenish-yellow flowers with small pinkish-red seed capsules. These are also a favorite plant of nature enthusiasts, attracting all sorts of songbirds and small mammals and presenting a pleasant environment for everyone to observe. The wintercreeper is wind tolerant and can even be planted in seaside locations as well. They are helping to transform an ordinary yard into a heavenly oasis of beauty. These beautiful vines are shipped out to the consumer while they're dormant, ensuring the arrival of a plant that's in tip-top shape.


Wintercreeper - Euonymus fortunei 


Wintercreeper is a beautiful evergreen vine. These vines are similar to ivy in both growth patterns and appearance, making them an excellent example of convergent evolution since the two are not related. Like ivy, it has bright green leaves and can grow upwards of 70 feet high. However, unique to the wintercreeper is the beautiful tiny yellow flowers it bears between May and July. The versatility of this plant can be used in various settings as well, as there is more than just the climbing variety. Euonymus erecta is a non-climbing variety, and the leaves it sprouts are upright. Euonymus kewensis makes more of a flat ornamental mat. Wintercreeper is well known for being incredibly easy to maintain once it takes root and being an extremely durable species that can survive harsh conditions. The easiest way to plant these beauties is to start them off in a moist, acidic loam. Be sure to water the vine thoroughly in its infancy stages, but once it's established, it can tolerate arid environments and need no extra water. The only proper maintenance needed from here on out is occasional pruning if it starts to grow a little out of control. They can be planted in USDA plant hardiness zones 4 through 9 effectively. The landscaping and aesthetic opportunities for wintercreeper are nearly endless. The climbing variety is commonly used to grow up the sides of sturdy structures, draped over low walls and hedges, and even hung off of high edges. Especially in its flowering months, they add pops of color to anything they touch. The non-climbing varieties can be used as beautiful hedges and cover unsightly areas with a leafy green mat. However you decide to use it, wintercreeper is an excellent addition to any garden.


Willow Trees 


The Willow tree is a member of the Salix genus. Though originating in China, willows can be found throughout the northern hemisphere. With over four hundred species available, they are considered one of the most favored trees available today for gardeners and landscapers. As gardeners prepare for planting the Willow tree, they should keep in mind that planting during more excellent times of the year is best suited and should avoid stressing the plant. While early spring or fall tend to be the optimum time to plant, landscapers and gardeners living in areas with milder temperatures can also plant willows in the summer if they take a few precautions. If choosing to do some summer planting of the Willow tree, gardeners should delay planting until the weather forecast calls for a few cool and cloudy days. Know to grow up to ten feet in height per year, Willow trees generally reach a height somewhere between thirty-five feet to seventy-five feet tall, although most typically grow to fifty feet with a crown of the same size. The Willow tree blooms each spring and depending on the species. The nectar-rich flowers differ in size, shape, and color. Willow trees can be planted in full sun to partial shade and flourish in direct sunlight. Though known to be drought-tolerant, it's advantageous to regularly water the trees in dry conditions.

Consequently, many Willow trees are planted in areas near lakes or gardens. For first-time gardeners, Willow trees are one of the easiest to manage. They are simple to care for, and being adaptable, they manage well in cold temperatures and are tolerant of warmer climates. In addition, because they are fast-growing, they will, in short order, provide both ample shade and privacy to any home or garden. Further, the Willow tree is well-known for the picturesque beauty of its elongated leaves, capturing a springtime breeze.  


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