Tn Nursery's Warm Season Perennial Plants Adds Color & Beauty Plus Curb Appeal to Your Gardens, Containers, Outdoor Flower Boxes, and Patio Planters
Whether you are an avid novice gardener or a beginner, Tn Nursery has affordable, warm weather perennials to fit your specific planting needs, plus fast and free shipping on orders $99 or more. We ship plants to all states.
Warm Season Perennial Favorites Include:
Orange Daylily Plants are a perennial plant and one of the most popular flowers in the United States. Orange daylilies plants grow best in zones 3-8. You can plant them in any soil, but they prefer sandy, well-drained soil. These plants do not take up a lot of space when planted, but they need ample sunlight to thrive!
Looking for the perfect groundcover for your garden, but those pesky weeds are just taking over? Ajuga reptans (also known as carpet bugle) is the plant for you! This flowering and evergreen, low-growing groundcover can be used in any garden, from a balcony to a big sloping lawn. It grows up to 12" and has beautiful lavender blooms in spring and burgundy leaves all year long.
If your garden demands perennials that thrive in the shade and provide a beautiful show of color, then Virginia bluebells are perfect for you! These perennials and low maintenance and easy to grow, and they provide continuous color all year long. They're perfect for small spaces and can be planted in groups, borders, or as ground cover.
Red Cardinal Flowers
The red cardinal flower is a favorite among hummingbirds and is a wetland perennial with vibrant red blooms in the spring and summer. Red cardinals can be planted in water or ground to grow well. It is known for having glossy foliage and blooms that are both showy and fragrant.
Fill your garden with the lovely beauty of blue lobelia plants. These shade-thriving perennials are a favorite for many homeowners due to their minimal water requirements and prolific blooms. This plant is popular due to its deep blue stalky blooms. Grown in shady spots, it's a favorite because it has beautiful blue flowers and is easy to grow.
Sweet Betsy Trillium
Sweet Betsy trillium (cuneatum) has a curious common name of wood lily. It is mainly called this because it has beautifully mottled leaves. This perennial is spring flowering, a woodland plant native to the northern part of the United States.
Tn Nursery has made it easy for you to choose the type of plants you want by placing plants into categories like Sun, Shade, and Easy to Grow. Choose Below The Type of Plants That Best Suits Your Needs:
Shade Thriving Perennials
Do you have that shaded area that you need something planted in but find it challenging to find plants for shade? Now you have a great selection of plants perfect for shade areas ready to ship to your door. Tn Nursery makes it easy to find perfect plants for any location.
Most perennials thrive in shade areas, but at Tn Nursery, we have an excellent selection of perennials that will survive and thrive in sunny areas. Tn Nursery will ship your plants right to your door.
Easy To Grow Perennials
Do you not have a green thumb? No problem! Tn Nursery has a wide selection of easy-to-grow plants, including perennials that are easy to grow and low maintenance. Buy today for fast and affordable shipping. Dont forget! Spend $99 and get free shipping.
Wildflowers are easy to grow, low maintenance and super vibrant plants accent your garden perfectly. They come in an array of colors, shapes, and sizes.
Butterfly Attracting Plants
Do you love watching monarchs and butterflies? It's therapeutic, and research has proven it's excellent therapy, just like watching birds. Buy your favorite plants to attract butterflies at Tn Nursery, and you will have butterflies this summer!
Buy hardy perennials that grow almost anywhere you plant them at Tn Nursery. No matter what type of soil or drainage you have, hardy varieties work perfectly anywhere you plant them.
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Daffodils are one of spring's first blooming perennials. They rebloom all spring and summer long, have deep yellow blooms, and grow to near 12 inches in height.
Want to attract hummingbirds? The trumpet vine plant is a hummingbird's favorite treat. They will vine and grow around fences, trellis, or porch posts.
Perennial Grab Bag- 25 Plants
Want a splash of color in your flowerbed or garden? Tn Nursery has put together a collection of 25 of the most colorful and unique perennials in this grab bag for you in an array of colors, shapes, and sizes. We also choose plants that will work perfectly in your zone.
This plant is referred to as the bloodroot plant. The Sanguinaria Canadensis plant is a low-lying ground cover with delicate white blooms in early to mid-spring. Native Indians used the root of these plants for war paint for rituals.
Garden phlox, also tall phlox, is a beautiful carpet-like groundcover perennial plant. It is also low maintenance and adorns hillsides and sunny areas with color all summer.
The hardy geranium plant blooms in early spring and continues to bloom into mid-summer. Bloom colors are lavender-purple, and they are one of the most popular of all perennial plants for shade areas and can withstand the filtered sun.
Small Area Gardening Ideas & Tips For Warm Season Perennials
Window boxes are a great way to maximize small spaces, such as balconies and patios. They also allow you to plant flowers that require lighter, such as geraniums. Patio containers are often used for plants that need water - think impatiens and red cardinal flowers. Decorative porch containers are also attractive to use for planting perennials in for complete sun varieties as well. Perennials are low maintenance, and most are easy, and it is unnecessary to replant them every year.
Reasons You Should Plant Warm Season Perennial Plants
Planting perennials is a great way to have a beautiful garden. Many plants can be used for gardens, in containers or boxes, but none is as lovely as perennials. Knowing the warm-season perennial plants from those that need cold weather is essential.
Some warm-season perennials can provide color in different seasons, whereas other perennials will only bloom during the spring and summer months. When planning a perennial garden, deciding the type of plants for your garden is essential. Your first objective is to know how you want your garden's appearance during different seasons.
Mulching also helps the soil retain its nutrients and moisture while reducing erosion of the soil's surface. Another essential technique is using herbicides sparingly! Herbicides should only be used when necessary to help keep your garden free from weeds.
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