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10 Tennessee Native Plants for your greenhouse or garden
Tennessee's Native Plants Selection Native plants are generally defined as plants present in North America before the arrival of European colonists. Non-native plants are also called exotic plants, and most of them come from Asia or Western Europe. Exotic plants can be but are not always invasive. The term "invasive" describes an exotic plant that has [...]
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Everything you need to know about Weeping Willow Tree
Weeping WillowA Weeping Willow is hardy zones for planting & growing in zones 6-8, and its mature tree height can shoot up to 40 feet tall, with a 25-foot mature tree spread, provided it’s planted in healthy soil. It has thin, variegated green-colored leaves that grow on long willowy branches that sway back and forth [...]
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How to grow and care for ​Milkweed Plants
Milkweed PlantNamed after the Greek god of medicine, Asclepias, common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) is the most well-known species of a little over 100 native plants found in North America. When not in bloom, this dull, gray-green plant practically grows unnoticed in fields, roadsides, and wastelands.How Milkweed Got its NameMilkweed got its name from the sticky [...]
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​​River Oats is the cool season grass perennial
River Oats - Chasmanthium latifoliumRiver oat plants are perennial grass that can provide ample ground cover in your garden or backyard. The plant grows well in various conditions; It can grow in moist soil, dry dirt, and in partial shade. It thrives best in acid sands or clay with plenty of sun exposure. The ornamental [...]
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​Bamboo Plants -Growing Guide and Planting care
Bamboo PlantsBamboo plants are a type of evergreen perennial plant. The word bamboo is from the Indian word Bambu. Over time the word was eventually introduced to English-speaking nations, where it became the word bamboo.Bamboo plants are of great economic value in Asian countries, where the plants are often used as building materials. According to [...]
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The Basics Of Gardening for Beginners. Visit our website
DIY Gardening 101: The BasicsWhether you’re a beginning gardener or a seasoned pro, your garden will need the same elements to be successful – Soil, water, sun, care, protection, and time. Here are a few steps that can help even the most green-thumb challenged individual yield a plentiful harvest.Choose What to PlantDepending on what you [...]
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10 Great Benefits of Gardening everyday. Visit our website
Benefits of GardeningGardening is an excellent activity with numerous benefits, making it one of the most popular activities people love to pursue. With the ever-increasing demand for gardening supplies and plants, it has become more accessible for people to invest in the best quality plants at competitive rates.Some of the many benefits of gardening that [...]
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A guide to Herbal Remedies. Visit TN Nursery
Herbal Remedies and Hot ToddiesBeyond the usual hops and barley of beer, the juniper berries in gin, and the celery which serves as a garnish in a Bloody Mary, the casual imbiber has little to no knowledge of the variety of other drink ingredients which come from nature. One such classification I'd like to discuss [...]
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10 Guides on how to start Balcony Gardening. Available at TN
Gardening on a balcony is a necessity for some, especially if you live in a more urban environment like a city or downtown area. Some people with this kind of environment might believe that gardening is lost to them. However, this is far from the truth!You will have to use container gardening that can be [...]
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