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Planting zone 4 includes Alaska's southernmost coastal areas, northern America, and the higher peaks of the western mountains. The lowest average temperatures in such distinct climates range from -30 °F to -20 °F. Planting is easier in this region than in colder ones, although the short growing season affects the timing of both food and flower blooms. There are so many plant options that you can get from Tn Nursery for this zone. We have abundant plants on sale, whether perennials, trees, shrubs, ferns, mosses, or wildflowers. You say the name, and we have it all in our stock.

So, let's dive in straight to the plants on sale for the hardiness zone 4. Remember, these are among our best-priced and well-managed plant collections. 

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Andropogon Big Bluestem 

Andropogon big bluestem is a high grass common to the plains and pasture regions of central and Eastern North United States. Many species of wildlife benefit from the Big Bluestem. In farming or grazing regions, it restores native vegetation. As mature plants approach 6 to 8 feet tall, this one is huge and strong.

Black Raspberry 

There are many different berries, but blackberries and raspberries are the clearest to recognize since they grow in small clusters and are edible. The black raspberry comes in various colors, notably yellow and red, although it is not as resilient as the red or yellow raspberries. The black raspberry shrub is a lovely shrub that brightens up any garden.

Carpet Moss

This moss can grow alongside riverbeds and at the bottom of trees throughout the forest. It comes from the Hypnum genus, which contains 80 species. Twenty such species are present in North America. Moss can grow all year unless sun and moisture are present simultaneously.

Crabapple Tree

Crabapple trees are often regarded as the world's jewels by people because of their beautiful foliage. The pink, red, or ivory flowers of the crabapple tree are well-known. They are mostly self-sterile, which means they rely entirely on insect pollinators to deliver their pollen from one location to another.

Daisy

It is a flowering species that is endemic to Europe and is extensively distributed in other parts of the world. Temperate zones of Asia, Northern America, Australia, and New Zealand are also home to this species. The species is also disease and insect-resistant. It can also withstand stress and heat.

Flame Leaf Sumac

This spherical woody shrub can grow to be six to twelve feet tall. It bears fragrant yellow blooms in the springtime (March to April) before its foliage emerges. Butterflies feed on the nectar of this early spring bloom. Fragrant Sumac females produce crimson droops that can be used to make tea. Birds and small mammals frequently ingest these.

Goldenrod Plant

Goldenrod is a perennial herb in the Solidago genus. At the apex of the stem, this plant has a dense cluster of numerous small, curled yellow flower heads. It will not, though, have the typical daisy-like look. There are more than 120 species here and a large number of farmers.

Indian Grass

Yellow Indian Grass is another name for Indian Grass. This grass is a tall, clumping sod-former featuring broad blue-green leaves and considerable plume-like, soft gold-brown seed heads usually 3-8 feet long. The flower's vivid yellow color contrasts beautifully with the blue-green leaves.

Persimmon Tree

The persimmon tree is a beautiful plant to grow because of its attractive appearance and tasty fruit. Persimmon was prized by early American immigrants and Native Americans for its hardiness. It can tolerate freezing temperatures in the winter. The American species can withstand temperatures as low as -25 °F, and the fruit remains on the tree deep into the colder months.

Pokeweed Plant

Pokeweed usually grows between 6 and 10 feet tall, although it can grow up to 21 feet tall. This species is shrub-like, having 2 inches diameter pinkish-red branches. During the fruiting season, it features lovely white blooms and berry-like fruit.

Red Chokeberry

It grows at a modest rate and in an upright position. As it expands and suckers, the species may become lanky and wide at the base. These plants build their colonies. It is recommended that you remove root suckers to prevent colonial spread. They are perfect as garden plants since they are low-maintenance.

Silky Willow Tree

When fully mature, it becomes one of the largest willows. The leaves are strewn about and form an uneven tree shape. Deep roots require damp soil and can be present in wetlands and near streams in nature. During the growth season, roots require a large amount of water. Flooding is not a problem for them.

Spiraea Japonica

Despite its Japanese origins, the Spirea Japonica was given to the United States and became naturalized there. The plant is a powerful self-seeder that spreads through suckering in the yard. The plant may thrive in a variety of temperatures and soil properties because of its adaptability.

Topiary Moss

Topiary moss leaves are typically pale green. Yet, it is not rare to see it in many colors of pink, yellow, red, and brownish. Small leaves, about 4 inches long, develop on this plant. They emerge in little tufts that are very close together.

Wool Grass

Wool grass is an evergreen perennial cluster-forming thickly tufted plant that grows to be 3 - 6 feet tall at maturity. Their root systems are fibrous, slender, and rhizomatous, which aids in the formation of enormous colonies. On the one hand, sterile branches are on the lower end of the spectrum, while fruitful stems are on the higher end.

TN Nursery is full of planting zone 4 plants for sale. We are your reliable source of plants for your gardens and yards. If you are a beginner, there are beginner plant packages as well. New arrivals, clearance plants, and grab-bad deals are also available. Contact us for the details and ask for the plants that you like. 

 

Ahuja, commonly known as Bugleweed, is a unique ground cover that does well in Zone 4. It can be planted in part sun to full sun, although it thrives in shady areas that are a bit damp. It has dark green to light green foliage that may even have a bit of a red tinge. It sends up a stalk of flowers in the spring that are striking in appearance. 

 

 Appalachian Sedge is a lush clumpy grass that grows best in dry soil in the shade. It grows to about a foot tall and drought tolerant. 

 Broome sedge grows best in moist soil and grows to three feet. It does best in the shade and part shade. It is deer resistant, so it makes an excellent landscape plant for areas with large deer populations. Its color is golden yellow in the spring, light to medium green in summer, tan with red undertones in the fall. 

 

 Seeing the green of Daffodils poking up through the soil is often the first sign of spring for those who live in Zone 4. Plant the bulbs in the fall, and each year they will come. The bulbs multiply underground, giving you a thicker patch of these sunshine yellow spring blooms year after year. 

 

 The Forsythia shrub is a yellow blooming plant the heralds the coming of warmer weather. It flowers in late winter to early spring with small bright yellow flowers on long branches. Forsythia grows well in shade or sun, although more blooms are typically produced in the sun. In the summer, the bush is covered in pretty green foliage.

 

 Lobelia is a purple perennial that is a long bloomer that often lasts until the first frost. Lobelia grows in full to partial shade and rich, dark, and moist soil. This pretty plant is commonly known as a blue cardinal flower and tends to be deer resistant.

 

 Hummingbird plant or trumpet vine lives up to its name as an attractor for hummingbirds. It does well in sun, part sun and shade. It's sweet, nectar-filled flowers range from yellow to bright orange and have a tubular shape with a trumpet-like a flare. The plant blooms from summer to fall. The vines will need pruning, especially in a confined area.

 

 The Maple Leaf Viburnum is a decorative shrub that can grow to ten feet, but people keep them trimmed to four to six feet in landscapes. It has thick dark green foliage and clusters of white flowers in the summer. In the fall, the leaves turn a purplish color, and dark berries are formed.

 

 Oakleaf Hydrangea is a flowering bush with dark-green oak-shaped leaves, and white flower clusters are shaped more like pyramids than the balls of other hydrangeas. This striking plant is excellent as a perennial foundation plant.

 

 Phlox is a beautifully striking plant that blooms in spring. The creeping variety is a beautiful ground cover that works great in rock gardens and borders. It is easy to care for and doesn't require trimming or pinching.

                                                       

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