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100 White Oak Seedlings 12-24" - 89% Off$179.99
White Oak Seedlings White Oak Seedling: Quercus alba, or the white oak seedlings, are a hardy, hardwood native species originating in the eastern United States. It grows well in most of the USDA growing zones. White oak seedlings require careful consideration when planting. They need full sunshine or a partially-sunny spot. You must amend the soil with a generous amount of woody organic materials--it will thrive in planting mediums like shredded leaves, hardwood mulch, peat moss, or compost. Once it has a robust root system, it becomes drought-tolerant, heat-tolerant, and cold-tolerant. Your White Oak Seedlings Will Grow to an Impressive Height When you look at your white oak seedlings, it can be hard to imagine, but your tree will grow enormous. They generally mature at approximately seventy to a hundred feet. However, the tallest white oak on record is a skyscraping 135 feet. The beautiful green canopy may spread as much as eighty feet across. Your tree may enjoy an incredibly long life of three hundred years. Imagine what your white oak seedlings will look like when grown. The trunk will be light gray and have slight scaling. The bark will have shallow, attractive furrows once mature. It will produce its first acorns at around fifty years old. Leaves will grow large as four inches in width and nine inches in length. Each glossy, bright green leaf will have a lighter underside, oval to an elliptical shape, even lobes, and a wedge-shaped base. Each autumn will bring a stunning amber, russet, and purple display. Your White Oak Seedlings Will Become a Wildlife Refuge When Mature When your white oak seedlings grow into a tree, they will play a vital role in your local system. The acorns will nourish chipmunks and squirrels. The leafy branches will provide a shady haven for birds to nest and raise their young. Bees, insects, and other pollinators will enjoy the shade on hot summer days. Order Your White Oak Seedlings From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery cultivates the healthiest white oak seedling you will find--order yours today.
100 Sargent Crabapple 6-12" - 85% Off$99.99
Crabapple Tree Crabapple Tree: A TN Nursery favorite for its gorgeous blossoms in the middle of spring, the crabapple tree is a deciduous native tree growing in most USDA growing zones. The size of a crabapple tree is ideal for a smaller yard, as it stays between twenty to thirty feet at maturity. The crabapple tree creates an attractive ornamental feature for a shade garden without overshadowing an entire yard. Besides using the beautiful crabapple tree to establish a shade garden, many property owners plant several to line a driveway or define a property line. The uses for this tree are almost limitless. The Crabapple Tree Requires Little Care A crabapple tree is an easy-care option. It is a native of the American east coast's forested areas. It grows naturally in sunny clearings and meadows along the south- and west-facing wood lines near hardwood forests. It needs at least six hours of direct sunshine daily to flourish. Consider those factors when you select a planting spot. You need lots of sunshine, quick drainage, and soil amended with generous amounts of organic woody materials. Once you give it those favorable growing conditions, your crabapple tree will thrive. Besides that, you will do only routine care, including an inch of water weekly during hot or dry spells, occasional pruning to keep it shaped attractively, and feeding it some compost at least twice yearly. These few plant care steps will pay off in a few years as a vigorous tree with profuse, fragrant blossoms. The Crabapple Tree Is Enchanting in the Spring The crabapple tree wakes up from the winter in the early to middle weeks of spring and begins the work of generating new growth. Fresh buds emerge to show off for the world by mid to late spring. The star-shaped five-petal flowers measure just under two inches across. Although they are on the smallish size, they occur in abundance, lighting up the entire tree with color. Blossoms generally present as bright pink, but a few trees produce lighter, blush-pink flowers--both are stunning! Bees, butterflies, and other pollinators will alight on your tree--they find these bright flowers a valuable nectar source. The tree trunk and brown are light brown, attractive, with a lightly scaled texture. The foliage forms an open crown shape, with light green, oval leaves with toothy edges and a pale green underside. Towards the end of summer, the tree bears crabapple fruits. Many people leave the fruit on the trees for local wildlife to enjoy during the cold winter months ahead. Order Your Crabapple Tree From TN Nursery Today The crabapple tree is a springtime beauty, but it also serves as shade for your yard in the summer heat and bears fruit to nourish birds, squirrels, and other forest friends. Please place your order with TN Nursery today.
100 Elderberry Seedlings 1-2' - 85% Off$219.99
Elderberry Shrub Elderberry , a deciduous, multi-stemmed, small tree, is a native species to the United States. Elderberry shrub is a hardy tree that flourishes across almost all contiguous 48 states. TN Nursery recommends this shrub to customers who want a species that is drought-tolerant, cold-tolerant, heat-tolerant, and agreeable. Elderberry produces edible fruits that some people harvest for personal use. However, many other gardeners leave the plump berries for the birds and wildlife to enjoy. Besides "elderberry," the following are a few other common names that refer to this species: American elder American elderberry Common elderberry Elder tree The Elderberry Shrub Is Super Easy to Grow This species grows in nature with no human intervention. You see them along ditch banks, on the south- or west-facing edges of woods, along light or utility lines, or in open fields. These spots represent their preference for full sunshine or a partially sunny location. When you plant your elderberry shrub, find a spot with the appropriate sunlight and recreate the woody material the species enjoys in the woods. Add a good handful of hardwood mulch, peat moss, compost, or leaf litter--it craves these woody materials. A young elderberry tree requires about one inch of water each week. After strengthening and growing a little bit, your elderberry tree will become relatively carefree. It will demand nothing of you except water during an extended drought. The Rustic Good Looks of the Elderberry Shrub Elderberry shrubs are shrub-like and rounded in shape. They grow as high as twelve feet tall and might grow as wide. Opposing, bright green compound leaves grow in clusters of seven to eleven leaflets. They are oval-shaped with a narrow tip, light to bright green, and up to six inches long. They have sharply serrated edges. In autumn, the leaves usually turn bright yellow to deep amber. They blossom profusely in late spring or early summer--many quarter-inch cream-colored flowers that occur in clusters produce fat, round, purple to black berries. Order Your Elderberry Shrub From TN Nursery If you want an easy-care plant that provides abundant berries for yourself or your feathered friends, TN Nursery suggests the elderberry shrub--order yours today.