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Spring Has Sprung | What to Know | TN Nursery

Spring is a season of growth and beauty. As the days get longer, people spend more time outside, and plants bloom.

If you're a gardener or just someone who loves to be surrounded by nature, there's no better time of year than Spring. In this article, we'll look at some things you should know about Spring and how to make the most of it.
When Does Spring Start?
Spring officially begins on March 20th or 21st in the Northern Hemisphere. That's when the sun is over the equator, and the day and nights are nearly equal in length.
What Happens in Spring?


Spring is a time of rapid growth and renewal in the natural world

Trees and plants that have been dormant all winter start returning to life, producing new leaves and flowers. Animals that hibernated or migrated during the winter start to return, and birds start to build nests and lay eggs. Spring is also a time of unsure weather, with rain showers, thunderstorms, and even snowstorms possible in some areas.
What Can You Plant?
A great time to start planting is in the Spring as long as the soil has warmed up enough to support new growth. Some plants that do well in Spring include peas, spinach, lettuce, and other cool-season crops. You can also plant tulips and daffodils for a burst of color in the early Spring. One can also plant trees and shrubs in the Spring.
How Can You Enjoy Spring?


There are many ways to enjoy Spring, whether you're a gardener or not.

You can walk in a nature reserve and look for signs of Spring, such as wildflowers, baby animals, and migrating birds.
Spring is a time to enjoy the beauty of nature. Whether you're planting a garden, taking a walk in the park, or simply enjoying the warmer weather, there's something for everyone in this season of renewal and growth.

Red Trillium - TN Nursery

Red Trillium

Red Trillium is a highly fragrant woody perennial plant with three maroon or deep scarlet petals typically found in eastern North America. Its appearance adds a splash of color to forest floors in the spring. This captivating perennial plant is native to North America and offers many benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs.   It is a short, flowering plant that is an attractive addition to any landscape. It features broad clusters of leaves, small flowers, and several narrow stalks that fan out from a central root system. It can get up to a foot tall and 18 inches wide. This petite plant is a charming flower to feature in flower beds or decorative borders. The appealing texture of its leaves creates a pleasant backdrop for other small flowers, or landscapers can use thick clusters of this plant to fill in space between larger shrubs. The Gorgeous Leaves of Red Trillium Each leaf can reach around six inches in width. They have a teardrop shape, broad, rounded base, and delicately pointed tip. Leaves are usually a medium kelly green with hints of olive or yellow. Pronounced veins run along the entire leaf, giving your garden plenty of texture. This plant's attractive leaves grow in groups of three. Each upright stalk has three leaves that stretch out horizontally from the center. Red Trillium Has a Long Blooming Season Red Trillium has gorgeous flowers that appear each spring. The dark, burgundy flowers have three long, teardrop-shaped petals surrounding a cluster of white stamens in the center. Each flower is backed by three decorative bracts that peek out between each petal. These specialized leaves are typically olive green with a thin line of burgundy around their edge. Usually, one flower appears on each plant stalk, so the typical cluster of leaves can have around three to eight flowers. Red Trillium Bloom Time The flowers of Red Trillium start appearing in March and can last until June so that gardeners can enjoy the lovely blossoms for months. Once the flowers fall off the plant, trim, reddish fruit begins to grow in their place. These glossy orbs continue to add visual interest to the plant throughout the summer. As temperatures drop, leaves turn a pleasant yellow shade. They then go dormant over winter before sending out fresh, green shoots again in the early spring.

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Yellow Coneflower - TN Nursery

Yellow Coneflower

Yellow Coneflower is a native perennial wildflower with striking, golden daisy-like flowers and a central cone. It attracts pollinators and adds bright color to prairies and gardens. It is a delightful addition to any landscape and offers numerous attributes that make it popular among gardeners. These plants, which also produce achenes fruit, can grow up to three feet tall and have rough stems and leaves. A single flowerhead grows on an unbranched stem from the plant's base leaves. Each flower can have up to 13 drooping golden petals that are 1½–3½ inches long and have notched ends. As they dry, the fruits within their bur-like dome-shaped heads become black. Enjoy a Long Blooming Period With The Yellow Coneflower A long flowering season is excellent for coordinating plant combinations and flower arrangements. Yellow Coneflower blooms for one to two months, beginning early and ending in late summer. As the blooming season progresses, the plant's cone-shaped green core eventually becomes a deep purple or brown. Remember that most of these flowers will fully bloom in their second or third year of growth. These plants' fruit usually develops in late summer or fall. The achenes can display four little teeth at their tips, giving them an oblong-angular form. Lure Pollinators And Birds With Yellow Coneflower These plants are a great addition to any garden since they draw pollinators and birds. Birds love the seeds from the flower's cone-shaped core, and bees and butterflies also visit the blossom. From a design perspective, the cone-shaped seed heads with their sharp points make them a one-of-a-kind architectural feature. Create Beautiful Textured Gardens With Yellow Coneflower The textured leaves of Yellow Coneflower, also known as perennial black-eyed Susans, provide movement and contrast to any garden. These plants stand out because of their large, glossy leaves resembling cabbage leaves. You can use the textured foliage to increase the visual appeal of your yard. Their greenery is an excellent addition to naturalized areas, rain gardens, and gardens.

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