Under 3 Feet

Under 3 Feet for Sidewalks and Landscaping around Windows from Tn Nursery

Virginia Bluebells are an excellent plant under 3 feet to add beautiful color to your garden. They don't get over 1 or 2 feet tall. They have blue "bell-shaped" blooms in the spring. Virginia Bluebells are very low maintenance plants.

Under 3 Feet shrubs are spectacular sources for some of the shortest plants in the garden

Forsythia Shrub works is a super hardy. They love to be in moist and well-drained soils. These are an excellent choice for homeowners and landscapers as they are straightforward to grow and care for. They can also be trimmed and kept neat looking and also held to the desired height that a homeowner would like. They are amazing and adds a gorgeous look as they are in bloom during the summer. It is covered with small tiny yellow flowers in the spring and early summer. These shrubs also bring color in the fall as the leaves change to a yellow and then to burgundy as the season's change. The forsythia is a flowering shrub that blooms vibrant yellow in early spring. It's one of spring's first bloomers. shrub and can tolerate many types of soils and drought.

Under 3 Feet shrubs are normally very hardy and love water

The hay-scented fern (Dennstaedtia punctiloba) thrives in zones 3-8. This beautiful lacy plant gets to a height of two feet tall and reaches up to four feet wide. The hay-scented fern is yellowish green with feather-like fronds. The plant appears greener during the spring and summer and turns yellowish during the autumn. The hay-scented fern also has small dots on the back of the blades of the plant. The stalk below the edge of the fern appears dark brown and covered with white hairs. Triangular fronds are another distinguishing characteristic of the hay-scented greenery.

Under 3 Feet Shrubs are Available to Purchase from Tn Nursery with Quick Shipping and Affordable Rates

All Plant Finder - Plants under 3 feet

Shrubs may cover a large amount of your ground with a single plant. The shrubs that are under 3 feet are the shortest and perform well under windows, under tall trees, in pots, in rock gardens, and as specimen plants to brighten up your front lawn. Despite its small stature, the plant may have a wide range of colors.

Under 3 Feet Perennials Are Perfect To Flower Gardens

With a perennial plants, you'll need less time to water, fertilize and weed. We grow and sell perennials of all shapes and sizes. Whether you're looking to create a garden or add some green to your desk, we have your needs covered.

Welcome to Perennial Plants. We offer the best perennials for your garden. Our plants are hardy, easy to maintain, and will help create a beautiful garden.

Why spend money every year on plants that will only last a couple of years when you can buy perennials that will last decades and not require any maintenance? If you're looking for low-maintenance plants that will last for decades, then perennial plants are perfect.

If you're looking for a low-maintenance landscaping solution, perennial plants are the way to go. They don't need daily watering and fertilizer as annuals do and are also not as prone to pests or disease. In addition, they flower all year round and provide environmental benefits by attracting pollinators.

If you're looking for a plant that will stay in your garden for years, then the answer is perennials! With these plants, you don't have to keep watering them, pulling weeds, or moving them around. They'll just bloom year after year. There are so many different perennials, and they come in many different colors. If you're looking for something that's going to be beautiful and emit a fresh

Planting a perennial is an excellent way to create a garden that will provide years of enjoyment. But, what are perennials exactly? They're plants that live and reproduce for more than two years, unlike annuals which only last a season. And they self-seed so you won't have to plant them again. They're also hardy and native plants that don't require much maintenance. All in all, perennials are excellent investments

Planting these perennial plants in your garden will have a substantial positive impact on the environment. They are easy to grow and maintain, will require less water, and will not die during droughts.

Planting a perennial is the gift that keeps on giving. Unlike annual plants, perennials live for decades. They also reproduce by self-seeding and require very little maintenance. This means you can spend more time admiring your garden rather than tending to it and spend less money on plants!

Ajuga Plant

It produces glossy, dark green foliage and magnificent flower spikes that feature blue, violet, or purple blooms. They thrive and spread quickly up to a height of 6 to 9 inches and 6 to 12 inches wide. 

Arrowleaf Ginger

This slow-growing plant may reach up to 6 to 10 inches tall and spread 12 to 24 inches wide. It features an arrow-shaped leaf, as the name implies. Most people cultivate them for their stunning foliage.

Baneberry 

There are two common baneberries, Red Baneberries and White Baneberries. They both have nearly identical leaves, but White baneberry bushes have thicker stems that hold the berries. In terms of height, white baneberries may reach 2 to 3 feet in height, while red baneberries may only reach 2 feet in height.

Bellwort 

It is a low-growing plant that blooms in spring. It has dangling yellow flowers and oval leaves. These plants may reach up to 24 inches tall and spread 18 inches wide.

Birdfoot Violet 

It is an edible plant that has the appearance of a bird's foot and may grow around 4 to 8 inches in height. It has flowers with orange anthers that are lavender-blue or bicolored and occur from early to late spring.

Bishops Weed

This flowering plant may reach up to a height of 3 feet. It has lovely light green foliage with cream edges that remains attractive throughout the season. Bishops weed produces delicate panicles of white flowers that appear above the foliage in summer.

Black Cohosh

It is a plant with flowers in the shape of stars that are white in color. Its blossoms rise above the tall, dark green leaves, which are more fern-like in appearance. It may reach a mature height of around 4 to 6 feet. 

Black-Eyed Susan

It has daisy-like blooms which appear in bright tones of lemon-yellow, orange, and gold. During the summer and fall, they bloom with composite flower heads. It may reach up to 1 to 3.5 feet high and 1 to 1.5 feet wide when fully grown.

Blazing Star

Seeming identical to sparklers, these plants may range around 2 to 6 meters in height. It has white, pink, or purple flowers that grow on tall stalks and bloom from the top down and grass-like foliage. 

Bloodroot

There is an orange-colored rhizome that produces blooms and leaves in the ground. It has round, multi-lobed leaves featuring a pale green to a grayish-green or bluish-green color. Early in the spring, showy white or light pink blooms appear. This plant grows up to 10 inches tall.

Blue Vervain

It is a flowering plant with long, braced stems that produce spikes of lavender-purple blooms which rise above sharply toothed green leaves. It blooms from early summer to fall, which attracts birds and butterflies. This plant may reach a height around 2 to 5 feet and around 1 to 3 feet wide.

Bracken Fern

This plant tends to stick to the ground and may grow up to 2 to 4 feet in height. Its green leaves are oval and end in a blade with a single sharp tip. In the summer and fall, spore formation occurs.

Broomsedge

It is a plant with hairy, flat-leaf sheaths that develop from a basal crown that bears bent leaves. The plants are bluish-green during the early stages but turn brown and dry as they mature. It may reach heights of 2 to 3 feet and widths of 6 to 8 inches.

Carpet Moss

It is an evergreen, rootless plant that grows as a living carpet of golden-green color in its early stages and matures to dark green color as it ages. It is a small plant that may reach up to a height of around 7 to 8 cm. 

Daffodils

The typical daffodil is a bright yellow or white bloom with six petals and a central corona in the shape of a trumpet. It is an aromatic flower that blooms in the springtime. Its average height is 41 cm.

English Ivy

It is a robust and fast-growing plant that may reach around 20 to 30 feet tall and approximately 15 feet wide. The Juvenile stage, which is the climbing/spreading stage, produces thick, 3 or 5 lobed, dark green foliage on non-flowering stems with aerial rootlets. An Adult stage, which is the bushy and non-climbing stage, produces umbrella-like clusters of greenish-white flowers in early fall, followed by blue-black berries that appear as a bunch of grapes. 

Goldenseal 

This plant may reach a height of 6 to 12 inches and often has three maple-like, glossy-green leaves on each branch. At the end of the stem, a single white flower with yellow stamens bearing a tight cluster of red berries and a pair of five-lobed stem leaves all arise from a yellow underground rhizome.

Indian Pink 

Despite its name, the interior is bright yellow, while the exterior of this plant is dark red. Only at the edge of the flower can you see the interior of the petals that form like a yellow star. It may grow around 2 to 3 feet tall.

It is a small plant that may reach up to a height of 6 to 10 inches and spread from 15 to 25 cm in width. It blooms in early spring and features stunning white-flowered petals. 

Trout Lily

This plant may reach up to 3 to 6 inches in height and spread up to 3 to 6 inches. It has lovely grey and green flowers that bloom at the beginning of spring with mottled foliage. 

And the list of under 3 feet plants for sale carries on with Yarrow, Winter Creeper, Walking Fern, Virginia Bluebell, Vinca Minor, Turk Cap Lily, Trumpet Vine, Topiary Moss, Sweet Betsy Trillium, Squirrel Corn, Sphagnum Moss, Mayapple, Least Bluet, and many other plants.