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Transplanting Plants | Facts and Information

Monday, July 18

TN Nursery's best selling Perennials

Indian pinks

Red cardinal flower

Brown eyed susan

foam flower


Does your yard seem overwhelmed with all your luscious and vibrant overgrown plants?

Why not transplant them so you can break them up and give your plants some space and breathing room?

Transplanting to so many people almost seems like a Greek word when it's simple and easy to do.

If you have bulb plants like hosta, you can take a shovel or spade, break the bulb clusters apart, and replant the spare bulbs anywhere else you prefer. Bulbs are easy growers, meaning they can grow well in almost any type of soil, climate, or condition.

If you are trying to start or make another natural area in your yard, planting is an easy solution if you try to do it on a tight budget.

Source of Information on Transplanting Plants

Foam Flower - TN Nursery

Foam Flower

Foam Flower is a perennial plant with delicate, frothy spikes of white or pinkish flowers and deeply lobed, attractive foliage, resembling foam in appearance. It is a beautiful and beneficial plant with numerous advantages in landscaping projects. This herbaceous perennial belongs to the Saxifragaceae family and is admired for its delicate and flower spikes and attractive foliage. One of the primary benefits of incorporating it into landscaping is its captivating appearance. Foam Flower (Tiarella cordifolia), also called the Allegheny, is a gorgeous spring wildflower with feathery white spires that look lovely in sun-dappled gardens. With time, its foliage will form colonies that make a nice ground cover in shady spots. Natural Habitat Of This Perennial It is native to wooded areas in eastern North America. This perennial wildflower can be found on seeps and stream banks, by creeks, in clearings, and under maple, hemlock, and white cedar trees. Along the eastern coast, it starts blooming in mid-March and continues to blossom through April. Appearance Of Foam Flower It owes its name to the sprays of tiny white to pinkish flowers that cover its three- to four-inch-long racemes. These delicate "foam" blossoms seem to float around the tips of their long, graceful stems, which rise one to three feet above mounds of low-growing leaves. After it fades, their foliage stays lush and glossy. The plant's bright green leaves grow up to four inches wide and usually have three to five lobes. The leaves' shape, color, and pattern can vary depending on the cultivar. In warmer climates, it may stay evergreen, but its leaves and rosettes often turn red and bronze in the fall when temperatures cool down. This Plant in the Garden Tiarella cordifolia brings soft, gentle intrigue to shady spots in your landscape. This flower works beautifully in ornamental, wildflower, and woodland gardens beside ferns and flowers like Solomon's seal, dwarf crested iris, and bluebells. It adds a magical quality to small and mass plantings, grows well under trees, and suits spacious pots and planters very well. It also makes a lovely border or ground cover. It can be propagated by dividing and replanting the roots in late fall or starting from seed indoors, around ten weeks before the last spring freeze. Once the frost has parted, you can plant the seedling outside. Ecology Of It It lures bees and other pollinators to your landscape, making them a valuable addition to your landscape. Some small mammals eat its seeds for nourishment. Shop TN Nursery If you want to add whimsical charm to your springtime garden, planting foamflowers will do the trick. Once established in your landscape, you can enjoy their showy blooms for years to come.

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