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There's no state quite like Tennessee - a captivating blend of mountains, forests, winding rivers, vibrant cities, and friendly towns dotted among gorgeous landscapes and fertile farmland. As residents of this charming "Volunteer State," we're blessed to call Tennessee's natural beauty home, where we continue a long-standing tradition of environmental conservation and nurturing local plant life. Part of that heritage lives on through TN Nursery, a beloved family-owned tree farm and plant nursery providing the highest quality trees and shrubs specially grown to thrive across Tennessee for over 30 years. 

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Tennessee Tree Nursery - Bring Decades of Tennessee-Specific Tree Expertise Home

With deep roots entrenched in Tennessee's rich soil, TN Nursery stands unmatched when it comes to knowledge of regional tree and plant varieties ideal for nurturing across the state’s diverse climates and terrains. Over multiple generations, we’ve honed the perfect growing conditions and care practices needed so trees not just survive but truly flourish once planted in landscapes from Memphis to Bristol. 

Our Tennessee tree catalog boasts a spectacular range of classic favorites like dogwood, maple, and oak, alongside unique varieties we discover thriving in the region. We ensure every tree and plant meets meticulous quality standards before being trusted for residential and commercial planting, including:

  • Region-specific selection ensures trees are ecologically fitted to specific Tennessee zone needs  
  • Natural growing habits are strictly maintained for healthy structure and form 
  • Graduated pruning regimens strengthen branching patterns over  
  • Attention to soil health, drainage, sunlight, and nutrient needs for every species
  • Ongoing evaluation that only the most vibrant, well-established additions leave our Tennessee nursery 

With TN Nursery’s tree expertise, Tennessee customers find an incredible selection of vigorous, acclimated trees that can be planted easily and make landscapes thrive for decades.  

Full-Service Planting & Care Tailored to TN Landscapes   

Our Tennessee tree nursery doesn’t just sell trees - our passion is helping fellow Volunteer State gardeners succeed in creating their dream landscapes! That’s why every tree purchase comes with TN Nursery’s guaranteed planting services to get your new additions off on the healthiest foot possible. Leave the hard work to us - from amending soils, preparing the perfect planting hole, positioning trees with proper depth/spacing techniques, fertilizing, pruning, branch staking, and everything in between - consider it handled.

We provide tree aftercare support tailored specifically to new additions in Tennessee gardens, including insight on:

  • Watering based on Tennessee region/climate 
  • Ideal fertilizers for Tennessee tree species
  • Ongoing pruning guides
  • Protecting trees from Tennessee droughts, storms, and changing seasons
  • Long-term care as trees mature for decades in TN landscapes  

Take advantage of our Tennessee tree library - whether through online resources, in-nursery guidance, workshops, or personalized advice for your landscape- and access 30+ years of Tennessee tree wisdom so your paradise stays healthy for generations of enjoyment.  

Tennessee is the nursery capitol of the world, that's reason enough to try the best nurseries online

For trees, shrubs, flowering plants, and more, specially grown to let your Tennessee property shine, visit our nursery or online store at TN-Nursery.com. From the mountains to the plains, trust Tennessee nature lovers at TN Nursery to expertly “volunteer” gorgeous trees for landscapes statewide!

Tulip Tree - TN Nursery

Tulip Poplar Tree

The Tulip Poplar Tree is recognized for its distinctive tulip-shaped leaves, vibrant yellow-green flowers, and straight trunk, making it a valuable timber and ornamental plant. It is magnificent and versatile, with numerous landscaping benefits. Its striking appearance, rapid growth, and adaptability to different soil types make it a popular choice for homeowners, parks, and public spaces. One of its most noticeable benefits is its aesthetic appeal. Tulip Poplar trees, known as Liriodendron tulipifera, are among the tallest conifers in eastern North America. They can grow to a height of 192 feet. Interestingly, they typically grow limbs once they're at least 80 feet tall, which makes them one of the most valuable timber conifers in the world. The Poplar Tree In All Seasons  Although most grow their buds in the spring, these begin with a winter bud. Throughout the winter season, the buds are dark red. However, once the growing season returns, they'll slowly unfold until leaves are revealed. When fully grown, they are simple leaves that grow up to six inches and have four lobes. Additionally, they become a vibrant, bright green when seen from above. Meanwhile, their underside is a paler green with visible, downy veins. In the fall, these leaves turn a bright yellow that really stands out. The flowers are stunning and begin to unveil themselves during May. Each solitary flower begins as greenish-yellow, although they'll transform into yellowish-red as autumn approaches. Once again, they truly go out in style. Be sure to pay close attention to the multiple transformations they undergo as summer turns into fall. The Fruit, The Tulip Poplar Tree, Produces In September and October, the fruit will appear like many samaras. The wind quickly disperses these light brown, narrow cones and helps propagate the species. As a result, they do not provide a food source for wildlife, although they are home to 28 different species of moths. Tulip Poplar Tree Has A Huge Trunk Once the Tulip Poplar Tree is developed, it can have a trunk at least four to six feet wide! The bark is furrowed, brown, and bitter, though aromatic. When branchlets first begin to grow, they'll be reddish. Over time, these branchlets will turn dark gray before settling into a rich brown color. Planting one of them is a fantastic investment for future generations. After all, they'll still be growing in 200 years. Give them just 15 years, though, and you'll see them grow to 40 feet.

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Red Oak Tree - TN Nursery

Red Oak Tree

The Red Oak Tree has a tall and robust trunk, spreading branches, and vibrant foliage that add a sense of grandeur to any landscape. It is a magnificent choice for landscaping due to its numerous benefits that enhance outdoor spaces' visual appeal and ecological value. Its stately presence and adaptability make it a sought-after option for various landscaping projects. A Red Oak Tree is a tall species you will notice on your property or the surrounding landscape. This tree offers several benefits for most landscapes, including stabilizing soil and attracting birds and other species. What Does a Red Oak Tree Look Like This plant can grow up to 75 feet tall and about 60 feet around. As with similar plants, it will have a canopy of green leaves throughout the spring and summer months that will turn various hues, such as orange or yellow, in the fall. The leaves will come off in the fall, and you may also notice acorns landing on the ground in the fall as well. Red Oak Tree Attracts Wildlife The acorns serve as sustenance for squirrels and other animals that need a store of calories over the winter. In return, the animals scatter the acorns throughout your property or a given area so that these trees can grow unimpeded by the competition. Red Oak Tree Proliferates and Has Strong Roots One of the primary benefits of having this plant on your property is that you won't have to wait years for it to reach maturity. Instead, it can grow several feet yearly and start creating acorns in less than a decade. As the plant grows, its root system will grow deeper into the ground, which can help to lap up excess moisture or anchor the ground where it is. This can minimize the risk of a landslide or other forms of erosion from eating away a vulnerable landscape. The root system typically grows about 20 feet, assuming it has the space to do so. Another positive attribute of Red Oak Tree is that it generally does an excellent job resisting pest damage. This means you can expect it to reach its entire lifespan of about 300 years. Its long life also means that several generations will be able to benefit from your work, and it also means that it can produce thousands of acorns during its life.

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Red Maple Tree - TN Nursery

Red Maple Tree

Red Maple trees are native to North America and are known for their striking spring scarlet flowers, brilliant fall foliage, and distinctive twigs and leaf stems. They are versatile and aesthetically pleasing choices for landscaping and offer various benefits that enhance outdoor spaces. With their striking foliage, adaptable nature, and environmental contributions, red maple trees have become popular residential and commercial landscaping options.  Regarding gardens, the Red Maple Tree is a particular case because it often exceeds 100 feet in height. Its imposing nature and brilliantly colored foliage during the spring and fall make it a breathtaking sight in any garden. It is a focal point because it will dominate any garden landscape. The Flowers Of The Red Maple Tree Comes When It's 8 Years Old This plant will produce blooms when it is roughly eight years old. When the flowers emerge from them, they are tiny and scarlet, giving this maple its name. Interestingly, these pretty little flowers appear as early as December each year so that they will add splashes of crimson to the winter landscape in the garden. The male and female flowers are each a different shade, adding to the color palette of this stately plant. The flowers of this plant fade by the end of May, but the plant still looks like it's got flowers in bloom after pollination of the flowers. After the flowers fall away, beautiful samaras form in clusters throughout the summer, contrasting with the leaves. The Leaves Of The Red Maple Tree The leaves are lush and verdant, and they have one of the most famous shapes of any leaf in the plant kingdom. However, as the leaves turn colors in the autumn, they're not just one color. Gorgeous streaks of orange and yellow form throughout them, creating an almost kaleidoscopic effect as the eyes take in the majesty of the plant. Because this plant has so many colors, it goes well with many perennials of different shades, accentuating the colors of the other plants in the garden and vice versa. Because it is such a large plant for any garden, it's just right as a host for epiphytic plants to grow upon it. In this way, this plant can be integrated into the garden. Environmental Impact Of The Red Maple Tree Red Maple Tree is a necessary part of the food cycle as winter turns to spring, particularly for bumble bees. Because it flowers so early, it provides an exceptional source of pollen and nectar for hungry pollinators before almost any other plants bloom or produce leaves. These plants also help prevent soil erosion with their root systems, especially in wet climates.

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Grape Vine (Fruit Bearing Age) 3-4' - TN Nursery

Grape Vine (Fruit Bearing Age) 3-4'

Our grape vines are mature and XL, fruit-bearing age. You're not just getting a tiny plant, but a large 3'+ plant. We have four varieties in stock. These go fast. Fresh Dug, Exact Images Of Our Grape Vines Dug Today Have you ever seen roots like our mature, fruiting grape vines? Plant these and have a vineyard now! Buy elsewhere for $188, But Why? We are a DTC Brand, Grower, and Direct to the public. Will these last long? Absolutely not! Concord, scientifically known as Vitis labrusca 'Concord,' is a mesmerizing and robust addition to any garden or vineyard. These vines are renowned not just for their delectable fruit but also for their captivating beauty and symbolism. These Grape Vines Can Get Huge The Concord is a deciduous woody vine that can reach impressive lengths, often stretching up to 20-30 feet or even more. Its thick, gnarled stems boast a rustic charm, with bark that peels in shreds to reveal the vine's history and endurance. As the vine matures, it takes on a rugged appearance, its woody tendrils intertwining, creating intricate patterns against the sky. Concord transforms dramatically throughout the seasons, each phase offering unique visual appeal. In spring, tender green leaves emerge, unfurling like delicate umbrellas. These leaves are deeply lobed and alternate along the vine, offering a lush, vibrant backdrop to the emerging clusters of flowers. Come early summer, the Concord bursts into a symphony of colors. Small, fragrant flowers appear, adorning the vine with clusters of delicate petals ranging from creamy white to pale green. These blossoms serve as pollinators' havens, attracting bees, butterflies, and other insects, contributing to the local ecosystem's vitality. As summer progresses, these blossoms give way to Concord's signature fruit, the clusters. They are small to medium-sized, with a deep, rich purple-black hue that seems to absorb sunlight. These fruit clusters hang gracefully from the vine, suspended like jewels. The vines continue to mature through the summer, becoming plumper and succulent. Their thick, abundant foliage provides valuable shade. This lush canopy offers a serene refuge from the heat, making the area beneath the vine an inviting retreat during the hottest months. In the fall, as temperatures drop and daylight hours shorten, the leaves of the Concord undergo a breathtaking transformation. Their green hues shift to warm, earthy tones, ranging from profound reds to brilliant yellows and oranges. The vine's leaves appear ablaze with the colors of autumn, casting a captivating and magical spell over any observer. Concord is more than just botanical wonders; it symbolizes endurance and the passage of time. They embody the cycle of life, from the tender beginnings of spring to the fruitful abundance of summer and the graceful aging of autumn. These vines offer delicious fruit and a timeless beauty that enchants the senses and connects us to the natural world's rhythms and mysteries. Cawtaba Grape Vine Catawba (Vitis labrusca 'Catawba') is a captivating and robust variety that embodies the essence of American viticulture. These vines are renowned for their historical significance, versatility, and unique aesthetic qualities, making them an enchanting addition to any vineyard or garden. Catawba has grown with care and attention for over two centuries, showcasing the best American winemaking. Its rich history is a testament to the passion and dedication of generations of vintners who have nurtured this vine to produce exceptional wines enjoyed by wine lovers worldwide. Catawba is a true gem of American winemaking. Originating in the Catawba River Valley of North Carolina, this cultivar quickly gained popularity due to its adaptability to diverse climates and its resilience in harsh weather conditions. Catawba exhibits an extraordinary vitality that extends beyond their practical use. These vines boast stunning ornamental qualities with lush, heart-shaped leaves that transform into a vivid kaleidoscope of autumnal hues, ranging from fiery reds to deep purples. In the spring, they bloom with delicate, fragrant flowers that beckon pollinators with their ethereal beauty. The tendrils of Catawba wind and curl their way up trellises and arbors, creating a mesmerizing labyrinth of greenery that evokes a sense of timeless elegance. Their slender stems and gracefully arching canes lend an artistic touch to terrains, making them a favored choice. Furthermore, Catawba contributes to biodiversity by providing shelter and sustenance for wildlife, from songbirds to insects. Their presence in a garden or vineyard undoubtedly establishes a harmonious ecosystem that truly reflects nature's intricate interconnectedness. In conclusion, Catawba is more than just a fruit source; it symbolizes resilience, history, and natural beauty. These vines can transform any space into a tranquil oasis, where the echoes of the past meet the promise of the future and where nature's artistry is on full display for all to admire. Fredonia Grape Vine Fredonia, known scientifically as Vitis labrusca 'Fredonia,' is a captivating and revered cultivar in viticulture. These are not simply plants but living tapestries of nature's artistry and the embodiment of agricultural heritage. While their primary purpose may not be for consumption, the Fredonia offers many remarkable qualities and characteristics that make them a cherished addition to gardens, landscapes, and vineyards. These vines are renowned for their vigorous growth and resilience, displaying a remarkable vitality that allows them to thrive in various climates and soils. Their robust nature can withstand harsh weather conditions, making them a favorite among horticulturists and viticulturists. Fredonia possesses a remarkable ability to adapt, embodying the enduring spirit of nature itself. One of their most distinctive features is their foliage. The leaves are large, heart-shaped, and deep green. They provide an attractive backdrop to the fruit clusters and are vital to the vine's photosynthesis and overall health. The foliage crinkles gently in the breeze, creating a soothing sound that contributes to the serene ambiance of the garden or vineyard. In the spring, these vines burst forth with clusters of small, spherical type, each a unique masterpiece of nature. These berries can also be utilized for ornamental purposes, as they lend an air of sophistication to any landscape. As the seasons progress, Fredonia offers a captivating display of color transformation. In the fall, the leaves undergo a breathtaking metamorphosis, turning vibrant shades of crimson, orange, and gold. This autumnal spectacle transforms the landscape into a picturesque scene, evoking a sense of nostalgia and wonder. Beyond their aesthetic appeal, Fredonia also holds cultural significance. They connect to the time-honored winemaking tradition, weaving the past and present in a tangible tapestry of heritage. With their history and enduring beauty, these vines are a testament to humanity's deep-rooted relationship with the land and its fruits. In conclusion, Fredonia are more than just plants; they embody nature's resilience, beauty, and cultural significance. These vines offer a symphony of visual and tactile delights throughout the seasons, enriching our lives with their enduring presence. Whether in a garden, landscape, or vineyard, Fredonia is a testament to the enduring bond between humans and the natural world. Grape Vines Has Stunning Foliage  Niagara (Vitis labrusca 'Niagara') is a fascinating embodiment of nature's intricate design. Niagara belongs to the Vitis labrusca species and is native to the eastern United States and southeastern Canada. It is esteemed for its lush, verdant foliage, which unfurls in late spring and transforms into a luxuriant sea of green as the growing season progresses. The leaves are characterized by their distinctive three-lobed shape, showcasing serrated edges that catch the sunlight, creating a mesmerizing play of shadows and light. What truly distinguishes Niagara, however, is its intricate tendrils. These delicate, curling structures emerge from the vine's nodes, seeking support as they gracefully wrap around nearby objects. As the tendrils embrace their chosen support, they stabilize the vine and enable it to reach for the heavens. It's a testament to nature's ingenuity, as these tendrils ensure the vine's upward ascent, a poetic dance of growth and adaptability. The Niagara undergoes a remarkable transformation throughout the summer as clusters of small, greenish-white flowers emerge. Each blossom carries an enchanting fragrance, attracting pollinators such as bees and butterflies and contributing to the ecosystem's vitality. These blossoms eventually give way to small, green berries that gradually mature into the luscious, translucent orbs for which the vine is known. However, in the context of this description, we must resist the temptation to delve into the culinary realm of these, focusing instead on the aesthetic and ecological aspects. Niagara undergoes another stunning metamorphosis in autumn as its leaves and tendrils turn brilliant shades of red, orange, and gold. This fiery display against the backdrop of deep green vines is a striking testament to the vibrancy of the natural world during the changing seasons. It's a sight that captures the essence of transition and the ever-evolving beauty of our environment. Niagara also provides habitat and sustenance for various wildlife species in their natural splendor. Birds often find refuge among the foliage, feasting on insects and seeking shelter within the tangled labyrinth of vines. Small mammals may also utilize the vine's dense growth for protection and nesting. In conclusion, Niagara is more than just a source of delicious fruit; they are a symphony of botanical artistry, adaptability, and ecological significance. These vines evoke a sense of wonder within the natural world with their tendrils, foliage, blossoms, and seasonal transformations. Niagara reminds us of nature's ceaseless creativity and its intricate interplay of form and function, from the delicate tendrils reaching for support to the vibrant autumnal display.

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Apple Fruit Trees - TN Nursery

Apple Fruit Trees

Apple Trees are valuable contributors to local ecosystems. Their blossoms provide nectar and pollen for bees and other pollinators, aiding in pollinating nearby plants. When they fall, the leaves add organic matter to the soil, enriching its fertility and promoting a healthy microorganism population. Enjoy the Beauty and Fruits of Apple Trees They produce pink blossoms anywhere between the middle of April and the middle of May. The number of frost hours (usually ranging from 500 to 1,000 hours) that the plant endures during winter dormancy and the varietal determine the precise date. All types typically develop leaves about four weeks before they bloom. Each of the ten ovules at the base of a bloom contains an egg cell that, if fertilized, grows into a fruit. When they are in full bloom, their white and pink blossoms release a delicious fragrance reminiscent of fruit. They also have a fruity scent. Encourage Pollination With Apple Trees Apple Trees attract pollinators throughout the spring by feeding bees, butterflies, and moths nectar. The flower's base is where the fruit grows after pollination and fertilization. When the petals fall off, the produce results from the base ovary expanding. The fallen flowers provide a healthy diet for the produce that falls to the ground in the fall. The blossoms in the spring and the leaves in the autumn contribute to the plant's aesthetic value. They are beautiful in the spring with their brilliantly colored blooms, which might be white, pink, or red. They mature into shades of red, purple, and gold throughout the autumn. Protect Wildlife With Apple Trees Because Apple Trees provide food and shelter, they benefit wildlife. Spiders like them for the water and sugar they provide. Bees love the nectar and pollen. Buds found on the plant offer essential nutrients for bullfinches. During the winter, several bird species use holes in them to nest or store food—animals like deer, raccoons, turkeys, and mice like them.

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Plum Fruit Tree - TN Nursery

Plum Fruit Tree

Plum fruit trees produce smooth-skinned, juicy produce with various colors, including red, purple, and yellow, typically surrounded by oval-shaped leaves. They are versatile and attractive types with numerous benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. With its ornamental features and adaptability, it can enhance the visual appeal of outdoor spaces.  Plum Fruit Trees come from one also known as Prunus domestica, and they will give you plenty of them after the first three to six years. When one of these deciduous plants is first planted, they'll appear shrub-like. However, it's important to note that most varieties are trees.  The Flowers Of The Plum Fruit Tree Although most people plant one of these to receive free produce, there is much more for you to enjoy. For instance, they flower during the springtime. Each cluster of primarily white flowers also contains light green and little yellow balls that attract pollinators. Interestingly, the flowers will appear before the foliage arrives. As clusters, several clumps of flowers will be mashed together to create visual appeal. Shortly after the flowers make their appearance, you'll begin to notice immature leaves. These leaves grow in little clusters, and their bright, vivid green coloring will transition into a slightly softer green as they age. Each leaf starts larger at the base before tapering into almost a point. They have ridged edgings, along with some natural variations in tone. The Fruits Of Plum Fruit Trees Once the flower clusters die away, they'll be replaced by plenty of fruits. These are spherical or oval in shape, and they grow up to three inches wide. It goes through a massive color change to help designate whether it's ripe. When it's green-toned, it is not ripe yet. In this state, they can almost blend in with their surrounding leaves. Eventually, though, they'll change into a purple or reddish color. Not only will their new coloring make them pop, but it's also an indicator of ripeness. Different Varieties Of Plum Fruit Trees There are two major categories of Plum Fruit Trees: Santa Rosa and Methley. Within these categories are found subcategories, and the specific type you plant will determine their exact coloring. Regardless of which type you plant, you can look forward to many fruits. They will pay for themselves over time and are quite attractive to boot!

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White Oak Tree - TN Nursery

White Oak Tree

The White Oak Tree is a majestic and long-lived deciduous tree native to eastern North America. It is known for its iconic rounded crown, deeply lobed leaves, and valuable wood used in furniture and construction. Growing it on your property can be an excellent way to branch out and tend to new types of plants. One such option that you consider is the oak, the white oak, more specifically. The white oak tree is a distinctly recognizable species many hold in high regard. Let's examine why this plant is so revered and why you might wish to make space for it in your yard. White Oak Tree Is a Major Source of Food for Nearby Critters This acorn is said to be the most palatable of all the trees in their species, making them especially appealing to local wildlife looking for a snack. Its low-hanging branches offer food for wildlife like deer, while those higher up, like birds, often spend time in its branches to catch insects. These magnificent plants support a whole ecosystem, attracting various critters that will benefit other areas of your property. The White Oak Tree Offers Shelter for Local Wildlife Beyond just food, these towering spectacles offer shelter in the form of cavities that form in it, often housing smaller rodents or flying creatures. If you're a fan of either, you're sure to enjoy seeing families of animals call your great and mighty addition their new home. Some areas of your property might need something much more significant to fill the space, and these trees are an excellent and welcome addition. Over time, they can grow to 80 or even 100 feet tall, towering over your property. Who knows? You may even want to plant multiple trees throughout your property and create a pathway of these awe-inspiring monoliths. The White Oak Tree Tends To Benefit Their Surroundings Like any other tree, White Oak Trees have a broad range of uses, including reducing soil erosion with robust root systems and providing shade for other plants that need it. Unlike other trees, this species is said to be more resistant to rot, meaning it may encounter fewer issues regardless of whether you're transplanting it or growing it from a sapling.

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