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Shade Fern Package - 10 Plants$19.98
Shade Fern Package Shade Fern Package: TN Nursery lovingly grows the most vigorous ferns at our central Tennessee nursery, and when you see our shade fern package with your own eyes, we will convince you. The ten big, mature plants are sure to impress you. We grow the healthiest and best ferns you can imagine. The shade fern package is your chance to purchase this set, hand-selected by our horticulture experts. When you order your shade fern package, we note your USDA growing zone to ensure you receive only species that will flourish in your region. Shade Fern Package Includes the Ten Best Species for Your Region Some of the species that you might receive, based on your USDA zone, include the following ferns: Royal ferns: One of the most popular ferns offered by TN Nursery, royal ferns have a classic, regal appearance and add a pop of bright green to your shade garden. Ostrich (Fiddlehead) ferns: Ostrich ferns (aka fiddlehead ferns): These ferns have tall, lovely, bright green fronds that coil inward, creating visual interest. Giant ostrich ferns: These massive ferns grow tall, adding life to a shade garden and serving as a focal point. This species is a show-stopper. Glade ferns: These shiny-leafed, gently draping ferns are shade-loving ferns that our customers love. Hay-scented ferns: Hay-scented ferns are fast growers that add vibrant greenery and has a comforting fresh-cut hay aroma. New York ferns: This New York native species is prevalent with TN Nursery customers in colder climates. Cinnamon ferns: They take their name from the tall cinnamon-colored spike it displays alongside its beautiful greenery. Sensitive ferns: This species grows well in all but the coldest climates. Its fronds have a lovely beaded appearance. Leatherwood ferns: The leathery appearance adds an intriguing look to the fronds of this species. Christmas ferns: This medium-sized, bright green fern is an evergreen species that you can enjoy all year. Bracken ferns: The lovely bracken fern adds an aesthetically pleasing burst of light green anywhere you plant it. Entrust us to choose the ten best ferns for your growing zone; we are confident you will be delighted with our selections. TN Nursery Will Serve as Your Horticulturist The shade fern package will include the best ferns for your growing area. Let us serve as your private horticulturist--order your shade fern package today. Shade fern package is available to purchase online at TN Nursery
Wild Plum Tree$23.99
WIld Plum Tree Prunus Americana Wild Plum Tree: Prunus americana, also known as the American plum tree, is a native tree that flourishes in most USDA growing zones. Its footprint stretches across the United States from the Canadian border to the south. Historically, Native American indigenous people, including the people of the Cheyenne and Navajo nations, cultivated this tree for nourishment and used the branches in ceremonies. That dual purpose rings true still today. While some plum tree species are ornamental with fruit that's best left to the birds, the American plum tree pulls double duty. Indeed, it's both a breathtaking decorative tree and the bearer of delicious, edible plums. The Immense Beauty of the the Wild Plum Tree The wild plum tree is a smaller, deciduous tree that grows to a maximum height of just over twenty feet. Its branches sweep out from a single trunk, and it has a gracefully branching crown that spreads about fifteen feet wide. The angelic white flowers have five pleasingly rounded petals that usually grow in clusters. When in full bloom, the American plum tree appears as though a blanket of snow draped itself over the branches. The blossoms last several days to a week and then give way to the fruit. The fruit tastes slightly tart and is refreshing on the tongue. Fruits can be mauve, red, or purple. The fruit is compact and juicy. You can use it to make preserves, wine, jams, or pastries. Caring for Wild Plum Tree Wild plum trees are not fussy about the soil as long it provides adequate drainage. They love to have plenty of water, but they do not prefer standing water for an extended time. Amending the soil with natural compost will help you grow a hardy, resilient plum tree. Occasional pruning of any suckers that develop will train your American plum into a stately, taller shape. However, if you want a bushier appearance, you can skip the trimming. There is no right or wrong answer--it's all about the look you want to achieve. Order Your Wild Plum Tree From TN Nursery A wild plum tree is lovely to behold and produces delicious tart fruit for your enjoyment. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Partridgeberry Plants - Say goodbye to pests and weeds and discover the hidden benefits of the Mitchella Repens. The partridgeberry plant, Mitchella repens, is a low-growing evergreen perennial native to North America. It's easy to maintain, spreads quickly, and stays green all year round. Plus, it provides many benefits, like improving soil quality, providing ground cover to protect other plants from pests and weeds, and providing food for birds. Grow a more robust garden immune to pests and weeds with the powerful partridgeberry plant. Enjoy all its hidden advantages while creating an inviting habitat for your feathered friends. Bring home the partridgeberry plant today and start reaping its benefits for your garden! Partridgeberry Plant, Mitchella Repens: Is a heavily shaded yard holding you back from enjoying lush greenery? The partridgeberry (Mitchella repens) might be the solution you need. Partridgeberry is a low-growing perennial plant that grows in dense, highly-shaded woodlands. Due to its mat-like growth habit, trailing stems, and glossy, vibrant green leaves, TN Nursery advises customers to plant partridgeberry plants as a ground cover in shady areas. Partridge Berry, A Plant of Many Names If you are researching shade garden plants, you might also find partridgeberry listed under these names: Squaw berry Two-eyed berry Running fox Partridge berry (separated into two words) These all refer to the same plant, Mitchella repens. Whatever name you may call it, you will enjoy the rich hues of the leaves and the clustered berries. Partridgeberry is a woodland creeper that forms mat-like whorls along the forest floor. Its stems are smooth near the growing tip and have the sparsest of "hairs." As the stems age, they spread by reproducing. They grow offshoots that emerge singly or in pairs from nodes below the previous year's fruit. After reproduction, branch stems emerge. The partridge berry plant produces small, fragrant, white flowers in late spring and summer. After the blooms finish, elongated red berries appear. Partridgeberry fruit is edible, so harvest the berries to make jam or jelly. Partridgeberry is native to North America. It grows in forest habitats from New England, sweeping across to the Great Lakes region and as far south as Florida and Texas. Partridgeberry is a trailing, evergreen vine. Its typical leaves are just under an inch long and may present solid green leaves or variegated white lines. A slender but sturdy stem supports the leaves and berries. Because it is an evergreen plant, this ground cover is famous in pots and decorative planters. Gardeners and home decorators enjoy using Mitchella repens stems and berries for winter wreath making and other holiday decor. The color contrast of the red berries and green leaves makes a classic combination that instantly makes you think of making merry. Partridge Berry is available to order at TN Nursery Do you have a heavily shaded area that needs a touch of color? Order your partridgeberry plants from TN Nursery today. Our professionally-trained staff is happy to assist you.
Red Maple Tree$25.99
Red Maple Tree (Acer rubrum) Red Maple Tree: Acer rubrum, formerly Acer sanguineum, or the common name red maple, is an American native deciduous tree species. TN Nursery hears from customers who seek this stunning tree as a shade tree, accent tree, or specimen in their gardens. It grows in almost every region of the contiguous United States. Other names for the red maple tree include the following: Carolina Maple Curled Maple Scarlet Maple Soft Maple Swamp Maple Where (and How) to Plant Your Red Maple Tree The red maple tree is relatively easy to care for. You will meet its critical needs when you plant it. It starts with location --select a sunny site that will receive at least six hours of daily sunshine. The partial sun will also suffice, although the colors may be less brilliant. This species adapts to many soil types but requires the soil to have woody material when you plant it. Think of the growing conditions in its native woods--which makes perfect sense! Amend the soil with hardwood mulch, peat moss, compost, or leaf litter. After planting, you will only need to mulch around the tree once in spring and again in the fall. Once planted, the seedling needs about an inch of water every week, especially during the hottest summer days. However, the red maple tree will become drought-tolerant after the roots grow strong and healthy. The Tall and Handsome Looks of the Red Maple Tree The red maple tree can grow tall--up to 120 feet and with a 50-foot wide canopy. The trunk can be upward of six feet in diameter! It is certainly impressive when it reaches its mature size. Early spring brings large, showy magenta or bright red flowers that grow in charming clusters. They are a welcome sight and one of the earliest bloomers of spring. The blossoms have a light, floral fragrance that signals the arrival of spring. The leaves unfurl in a soft green in the spring and deepen to a dark green shade. Leaves are three-lobed and can measure six inches long and two to four inches across. In the later part of the summer, the color changes again to a rich copper or red--giving the tree its name. Order Your Red Maple Tree From TN Nursery Today If you want a lovely shade tree that brings bright red color to the autumn landscape, then the red maple tree is an excellent selection. Order from TN Nursery today
Sweet Violet Sweet violets are short, groundcover perennial plants that add a deep purple color and texture to your outdoor space. With a graceful, trailing vine, they produce fragrant, colorful flowers throughout the spring and summer months. These hardy plants come in various colors, from vibrant blues and purples to deep reds and velvety blacks. Their easy-care nature makes them perfect for novice and experienced gardeners alike! Bring some natural beauty into your garden with sweet violets. They are easy to grow and require minimal care, making them an ideal choice for those with busy lifestyles. The sweet scent of the flowers can even attract pollinators like bees or butterflies too! Start creating your perfect outdoor oasis with sweet violets today! Shop our selection of these beautiful perennial plants. Violets: There might be no greater pleasure than spotting the first springtime violets. These adorable flowers grow throughout almost every USDA growing zone. While these perennial plants prefer semi-shade, they will also tolerate sunshine, especially if you have plentiful rainfall to cool them. Violets are one particular flower among a large variety that includes verbena, catmint, violas, pansies, and bellflower. Your violets might be white, blue, purple, lavender, or blue-violet. You might even get a combination of two of these colors together. Seeing the color is part of the fun! Better yet–violets are prolific bloomers that require little to no care from you. Sweet Violets use in Your Landscape. Violets as ground cover plants: These plants grow by spreading from a robust underground root system. Once you plant them, they will begin to spread. Because they multiply relatively quickly, you can use them as a ground cover; however, remember their diminutive size and plan for plenty of plants to establish good coverage. Violets add color to your garden: The stunning colors make them beautiful for adding color anywhere. They are charming when you plant them in front of an evergreen hedge. The contrast of the greens and the purples, blues, or whites makes a bold statement. Violets in a border garden: If you want to add violets to your border garden, they will go to the front. Their full-grown height is only a few inches high! Despite their small stature, their eye-popping colors make them worth the inclusion. Violets are perfect in pots or containers in an urban garden: City dwellers can enjoy these sweet little flowers. Placing large clusters in colorful pots or containers can make an enormous visual impact in a small urban garden. The Charm of Sweet Violets Violets have broad, bright green stems and leaves. They bear flowers in a wild array of colors. Each flower has four rounded petals measuring less than 1/4" across. The overall height of violets is only three to four inches. They are cute and short but never short on color. Violets are available to purchase at TN Nursery. Are you ready to order violets from TN Nursery today? We are ready to dig your order.
Lady Ferns The Lady Fern is a gorgeous green plant native to North Africa, Asia, and some parts of North America. This beautiful plant is defined by its large, bright leaves. The Lady Fern thrives in the shade, often found in wooded areas. Lady Ferns Thrives in Well-Drained Soil Firm and drained soil will provide the perfect growing conditions for this feathery perennial plant. However, Lady Fern can adapt to drier soil and more sun. This plant grows relatively quickly and can reach heights up to five feet. The plant starts with fiddleheads that unravel to reveal long, delicate leaves. This decorative plant provides excellent greenery for any garden or landscape and isn't difficult to maintain. Lady Ferns is a Deciduous Native Plant This deciduous plant looks dainty and elegant with graceful, lacey leaves. The fern stems can be a majestic purple, red, or green hue. It's an eye-catching plant that will add beauty to any planted place. Whether you are planting the fern in your yard or a community garden, everyone will love this stunning plant. Once the fern is established, it will thrive without much fuss. Since the fern is a perennial plant, you can enjoy its return for several years. It's an excellent addition to any yard, especially if you are new to gardening. Overall, this type of fern is easy to maintain and aesthetically versatile. If you have an area in your garden with lovely shade and well-draining soil, this fern could be an excellent choice for your landscape. The fern can do well in humid environments as a decorative indoor houseplant. This fern will bring feminine beauty to your space, whether in your home or the garden.
Dutchman's Breeches (Dicentra cucullaria) "Dutchman's Breeches" is a common name for a wildflower plant known scientifically as Dicentra cucullaria. It is also commonly known as "Dutchman's Breeches," "Little Blue Staggers," or "White Hearts." This plant is native to eastern North America and is typically found in rich, moist woods and along streams. It is a small plant, growing up to 12 inches tall, with delicate, fern-like leaves and small, white, and pinkish flowers that resemble pantaloons or breeches.Dicentra cucullaria blooms in early spring, typically from March to April, and attracts early pollinators such as bees and flies. It is a perennial plant that lives for over two years and reproduces by seed and rhizomes. The plant has medicinal uses, including treating respiratory problems and heart ailments, although it is not commonly used in modern medicine. It is also used in traditional Native American medicine. This plant contains toxic compounds and should not be consumed without proper preparation and guidance from a qualified healthcare practitioner. Dutchman's Breeches: Dicentra cucullaria is a perennial wildflower. This North American native species prefers the cooler USDA growing zones from New England to the Great Lakes and midwestern regions. Dicentra cucullaria takes its unique common name from the tiny white flower, which resembles a pair of traditional Dutch pantaloons hanging on a clothesline. These plants are a cottage classic, beloved by many gardeners for their casual good looks and charming flowers. Where to Plant Dutchman's Breeches Dutchman's breeches love filtered sun or partial shade. They will tolerate shade, but they will not bloom as profusely. They prefer loosened, fertile soil and about an inch of water each week. However, they do not like standing water, so ensure the planting site provides adequate drainage. Dutchman's Breeches are lovely planted in these locations: Rock garden Shade garden Mass planting Flower bed Fairy Garden Cottage garden This plant is good-natured and will perform well if you select a good spot to plant it. They are rabbit-resistant and deer-resistant--always a bonus. The Graceful, Casual Appeal of Dutchman's Breeches The leaves of Dicentra cucullaria are soft, showy, and silvery green. Each leaf can reach six inches long and has a fern-like appearance. The plant's stems are brown or rust, forming a lovely arch as the flowers develop and add weight. The flowers cultivated by TN Nursery are white and often have a hint of blush pink to accentuate their loveliness. They have two petals, each forming a "pants leg" of the Breeches. The pink variety of this plant carries the common name bleeding heart, as some think the flowers look like delicate hearts dangling from the stems. Order Your Dutchman's Breeches From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests Dutchman's Breeches for gardeners who want a charmingly rustic flower with luscious greenery. Order your plants from us today--we dig our bare-root plants fresh to ensure plant health.
Orange Daylily (Hemerocallis fulva) Orange Daylily — the stunning perennial flower that adds vibrant colors to your garden! Orange Daylily (Hemerocallis fulva) is a hardy, low-maintenance flowering plant. This vibrant and eye-catching plant can be grown in flower beds, borders, or containers for display on balconies and patios. It is also deer and rabbit resistant, making it ideal for those living in areas with high wildlife populations. Bring bursts of orange beauty and color to your outdoor landscape with this easy-to-grow and care-for perennial flower. With its lush foliage and bright blooms, Orange Daylily will provide stunning visuals all season long. Order your Orange Daylily Hemerocallis fulva today to instantly add beauty and color to your garden! The fantastic, vivid orange, trumpet-shaped perennial flower thrives in practically every USDA growing zone in the 48 continental states; they have a lush floral fragrance. Finally, they are easy to take care of and a hardy species. The orange daylily plant is native to Eurasia but is widely used in North American gardens today. They are pest-resistant, heat-resistant, and drought-resistant. Select a partial- to full-sun spot, give it occasional water, fertilize it twice annually, keep the soil de-compacted, and enjoy the lively color. Where to Plant Your Orange Daylily The orange day lily loves a partial sun location but tolerates the full sun. It needs about an inch of water weekly but dreads wet feet and demands well-draining soil. Here are a few ideas of how TN Nursery customers use our beautiful orange daylilies in their gardens: In the back row of a sunny garden border: The plant reaches as much as high, so it works well in the back row of a border. To fill in a bright natural area: Have a place where intense sunshine causes other plants to wither? Try the orange daylily--it can tolerate full sun. As a focal point: Some gardeners plant a large cluster of orange daylilies to create a spectacular, unapologetically orange focal point. To attract pollinators: Butterflies, hummingbirds, and birds love the orange daylily's bright color and trumpet shape. These pollinator species will help you maintain plant health. Near a water garden: Do you have a partially sunny spot near a water garden? Pick a high, fast-draining bank and pop in orange daylilies for a burst of refreshing color. The Tall and Elegant Height of the Orange Daylily Will Impress You The orange daylily has tall, upright, grassy-looking leaves in an attractive shade of dark green. As the leaves mature, they begin folding into a lovely arching shape. The flowers are vivid, with six triangular petals with smooth edges. These blooms can become six inches across, perfect for soaring height. Due to the tall size, you might need to stake the plants to avoid breakage. Order Your Orange Daylily Plants From TN Nursery Today If you want bold orange color in the garden but need an easy-care plant, TN Nursery confidently recommends the orange daylily. Order today!
Wild Geranium Plant Wild geranium is a native woody perennial plant that blooms in shades of pink and purple. With thick foliage and evergreen leaves, this plant will add vibrant color and texture to your outdoor space all year round. Not only that, it's highly resilient and can withstand most weather conditions. Be the envy of your neighborhood with a lush garden full of wild geranium. Get creative by mixing and matching the plants in your yard to create an artistic display that will make all your neighbors jealous. Start sprucing up your outdoor space with wild geranium today! Add vibrant color to your garden, balcony, or patio - it's never been easier. Geranium maculatum, or simply geranium for short, is one of TN Nursery's best-selling plants. The woodland perennial native puts on a magnificent display of lavender or purple for about a month each year, blossoming from late spring through early summertime. This species is a cold-hardy perennial native to North America. It enjoys great popularity from Canada through the American south to the western United States. Geraniums Are Beloved by Gardeners Why do gardeners love geraniums so much? Here are three excellent reasons to invest in this set of two geraniums: Fast spreading: Besides the obvious fact--their inherent beauty--they are quick spreaders because they spread through an underground shoot as well as self-seed. This rapid growth allows gardeners in almost every USDA growing zone to fill entire beds with color relatively quickly. Attracting pollinators: Geraniums are fantastic in a pollinator garden. Their bright hues attract colorful butterflies, hummingbirds, and bumblebees. These species help ensure a healthy ecosystem. A low-care plant: Geraniums don't demand much care. They are happy in partial- to full sun, with occasional fertilizing and minimal water during dry spells. They are drought-tolerant; they will return to life after the first refreshing rainfall if a heat wave leaves them frazzled. Geranium maculatum Has a Lovely Appearance. In optimized growing conditions, geraniums can reach almost two feet at maturity--a very nice size for a garden border or in a sunny garden bed. The leaves and stems of geranium maculatum are rich and dark green. They create pretty foliage that perfectly sets off the rich jewel-toned flowers. Each bloom has five gently rounded petals measuring one to two inches. Each petal has a small lift that lends a shallow cup shape to the flower. The colors are generally rich pink, purple, or lavender. However, white or blush pink flowers may also occur. Order Your Set of 2 Geraniums From TN Nursery TN Nursery proudly recommends the geranium to anyone who needs to add bright, vibrant color to their yard. Order your geranium flowers today.
Goat's Beard Plant$5.99
Goat's Beard Plant (Aruncus dioicus) Goat's beard, in Latin known as Aruncus dioicus, is a large, herbaceous perennial plant native to North America, Europe, and Asia. It is known for its tall, feathery plumes of creamy white or light pink flowers that bloom in late spring or early summer. Goat's beard prefers moist, well-drained soil and partial shade to full sun, and it can grow up to 4 feet in height and 4 feet wide. Its foliage is deeply lobed and resembles a fern, and its flowers attract bees and other pollinators. In addition to its ornamental value, goat's beard has been used for medicinal purposes. It contains diuretic and anti-inflammatory compounds and has been used to treat various ailments, including urinary tract infections, arthritis, and diarrhea.Goat's beard is a low-maintenance plant that requires little pruning or fertilization. It is an excellent addition to a woodland garden or mixed border and can be used in cut flower arrangements. Goat's Beard Plant: Aruncus dioicus, aka bride's feathers or the goat's beard plant, is a deciduous perennial wildflower with soaring height and a striking feathery plume on top. The species is native to several continents, including Europe, Asia, and North America. Goat's beard plants grow naturally in filtered sunshine or full sun locations. The native habitat of Aruncus dioicus is a forest clearing, rich with organic matter and consistent moisture (without sogginess!). As a native species, goat's beard plants are well-adjusted across much of the United States, preferring moderate temperate climates. When you add a few goat's beard plants to your yard, it becomes a showstopper. The goat's beard is a centerpiece that attracts attention thanks to its soaring height and signature plume. Goat's Beard Can Host the Rarely-Sighted Dusky Azure Butterfly The dusky azure butterfly is a rare sight. It relies on the goat's beard plant as its larval host. Without a plentiful goat's beard, the dusky azure cannot lay eggs--it depends on the plant's nectar and its large, dense foliage to hide the eggs and new caterpillars from predatory birds. Dusty azure interactions most commonly occur in the higher elevations of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Georgia. Sparse sightings have also happened in western North Carolina, eastern Tennessee, and north as far as Indiana. The dusky azure butterfly is elusive and rare, but as they seek new habitats, planting Aruncus dioicus might help--it's at least worth a try to save them. The Feathery Plume of the Goat's Beard Plant Is So Unique The goat's beard plant can grow as high as six feet and spread through a vigorous root system, giving them about four feet of elbow room. Large bright green leaves grow on narrow but sturdy stems. Each leaf can reach two to four feet long, is oval-shaped, and has serrated edges. The tall, feathery, cream-colored spikes rise from the leaves and tower above them at the end of spring or early summer. When the plumes finish showing off, some gardeners cut them back to make the plant grow into a bushier shape. Others, however, leave them to go to seed and watch the birds descend on the tall spikes to collect the bounty. Order Your Goat's Beard Plant From TN Nursery TN Nursery is known for its freshness and quality. Order our goat's beard plant today with high confidence.
Stella De Oro Daylily$5.69
Stella De Oro Daylily Stella De Oro Daylily: TN Nursery customers are crazy over Stella De Oro Daylily--and with excellent reason. The joyful-looking, golden yellow, trumpet-shaped perennial flower thrives in almost every USDA growing zone in the 48 contiguous states; they have an attractive floral fragrance; they are hardy and easy to care for. Daylilies are native to Eurasia but are widely used and flourishing in North America. They resist heat, drought, and pests. All you need to do is plant, give it a little water, fertilize about twice a year, keep the soil from compacting, and enjoy the cheerful color. Where to Plant the Stella De Oro Daylily Stella De Oro loves a full sun location, but it will also tolerate partial shade. It needs about an inch of water each week, but it does not prefer wet feet and needs the soil to drain well. Here are a few ideas of how TN Nursery customers use Stella De Oro daylilies in their gardens: In a sunny garden border: The plant generally reaches about a foot high, so it works well in the middle of a border. To fill in a bright natural area: Have a spot in the yard so full of sunshine that other plants wither? Try Stella De Oro, a sunbather who will love that location. As a focal point: Some gardeners plant a large cluster of Stella De Oro to create a sunshine-yellow focal point. To attract pollinators: Butterflies and birds--especially hummingbirds--love the bright color and trumpet shape of Stella De Oro. These garden helpers will help you maintain plant health. In large, welcoming pots or containers: Some gardeners flank their entryways with impressive displays of Stella De Oro, adding curb appeal to their homes--not to mention the lovely sweet fragrance your visitors will notice. This application also works well in urban garden settings. The Golden Yellow Joyous Look of Stella De Oro Daylily Plants Stella De Oro has tall, upright, grassy-looking leaves in an attractive shade of hunter green. As the leaves get tall, they fold into a lovely arching shape. The flowers are vivid yellow with a delicate ruffled edge. These blooms are almost three inches across and contrast beautifully against the foliage. Order Your Stella De Oro Daylily Plants From TN Nursery Today If you want to make a powerful color statement but also enjoy an easy-going plant that doesn't demand much care, TN Nursery recommends Stella De Oro. Please order yours today.
Royal Fern Osmundaregalis Royal Fern: Osmundaregalis, which you more likely know as a Royal Fern, is an easy-care perennial species prized for its bright green foliage and ability to grow in almost any soil. The garden specialists at TN recommend this species to any gardener--even self-described beginning gardeners have success with this plant! This fern is native to North America, stretching from northern Florida to New England. Although it grows in the wild across the eastern United States, gardeners in western states can readily cultivate it for enjoyment. The Majestic Appearance of the Royal Fern Royal Fern has an appearance that's similar to a small locust tree. The fronds gracefully arch as they grow from a robust underground root system. As the plant reproduces, new fronds appear around those roots. The fronds are a fresh and vibrant green that can revitalize the shadiest parts of your garden. The leaves grow in pairs and have oval leaves with rounded tips. The stem of each frond is also bright green. Although delicate and slender, the stems are sturdy enough to support the graceful fronds. The Royal Fern can grow to about two feet high and sixteen inches wide in a moist, shaded spot. Caring for Osmundaregalis Royal Fern might be one of the easiest-to-care-for plants you will find. The key to successfully growing this species is finding the best location. It prefers damp to wet, acidic soil but does not prefer continuous flooding. Plant this species in the shade or a semi-shaded spot for the best results. It can adapt and tolerate some sunshine but will require watering. If you plant it in that ideal location, you will rarely need to water or care for your Royal Fern. How Gardeners Use the Royal Fern Osmundaregalismakes a lovely addition to any shady or partially shaded spot in your yard or garden. ● Border: Plant Royal Ferns in the middle row of a garden border. The two-foot mature height is perfect between low-growing flowers and taller shrubs in the back row. ● Shade garden: As mentioned, Osmundaregalisprefers shade. The lively green fronds will add dimension to the bare spots where nothing else will grow. ● Potted ornamental ferns: If you love the appearance of ferns, but your yard is sunny, garden pots are the solution. Pot Royal Ferns and place them on the shady side of your house. Royal Ferns are available at TN Nursery Are you ready to try Osmundaregalis? Order yours today from the experts at TN Nursery.
Fern Variety - 25 Plants$39.99
Fern Variety Set 25 Ferns Fern Variety Set (25 Ferns): TN Nursery proudly presents a fern variety set featuring a carefully hand-picked collection to ensure you receive the best. Each fern variety set will include 25 ferns that best fit your needs, according to your USDA growing zone. Why Haven't You Tried Ferns Yet? Perhaps you were eager to grow ferns in your shade garden, but you hesitated. You doubted your ultimate success. Or maybe you wished a horticulture specialist could point you to the best ferns. Perhaps you were unclear about what ferns would grow well in your area. Please allow TN Nursery to erase all those doubts about your fern-growing success with our fern variety set. This sampling will undoubtedly give you a fever for ferns. Fern Variety Set is selected just for your zone We will custom-select a fern variety set with 25 vigorous bare-root ferns for you. Because of our commitment to healthy plants, those will grow fast, showing off their glorious greenery quicker than you might think. We will do the hard work of curating your fern variety set, sending you only the best ferns based on your growing zone. With our expert guidance, you'll have the lovely ferns your yard needs. No more boring shade gardens; our fern variety set includes 25 plants that breathe life into those bare spots. Which Ferns Could We Include in Your Fern Variety Set? TN Nursery grows some of the most popular fern species with a commitment to vigorous plants that will last for years. Here are a few of the ferns we cultivate at our central Tennessee nursery: ● Royal ferns ● Ostrich ferns ● Giant ostrich ferns ● Glade ferns ● Hay-scented ferns ● New York ferns ● Cinnamon ferns ● Fiddlehead ferns ● Leatherwood ferns ● Maidenhair ferns ● Christmas ferns ● Bracken ferns Not every fern will succeed in every growing zone in the United States--but when you entrust us with your order, we will ensure you receive the best ferns for your area. Fern variety set is available at TN Nursery Let the horticulturist's ad TN Nursery surprise you with a freshly dug, lovingly-packed fern variety set; you'll enjoy the 25 ferns you receive. Place your order today.
Maidenhair Fern Maidenhair Fern: The Maidenhair Fern is a perennial fern species that grows in humid and temperate areas of the United States. You might also recognize them by their other names: Rosy maidenhair Northern maidenhair Silver dollar maidenhair American maidenhair Don't let the many names trick you--they all refer to maidenhair ferns. The Maidenhair fern belongs to the Adiantum genus, which contains over two hundred species. Its scientific name,adiantum, comes from the Greek word adiantos, which means unwetted. TN Nursery finds these ferns a favorite for gardeners who live in densely shaded or forested areas, especially if they have consistently moist soil, as you might find near a creek or stream. Maidenhair Fern has an unique appearance Maidenhair fern fronds grow from sixteen to twenty-six inches long and form an intriguing softly-rounded oval shape. The spring-green leaflets are shallow and contain two or three forked veins. The veins have a more prosperous, darker green, making a stunning contrast against the softer hue of the leaves. Despite being robust, the maidenhair fern has a deceptive appearance, that of a delicate plant, due to its tiny leaves. Some describe the leaves as feathery or lacy due to foliage comprising many small, fan-shaped segments. However, most describe the delicate leaves as "hair-like," thus lending this fern its common name. The leaves emerge in late winter or early spring. The earliest leaves of the season are an attractive salmon color, but they soon turn a true spring green. How to Care for a Maidenhair Fern Maidenhair fern is gorgeous when you plant it in the middle or back row of a border planting or as a stand-alone specimen in a shade garden or water garden. It's also suitable for growing along the northern or shady sides of your home's foundation for a display of lively spring green. It grows well in shady locations and is easy to establish. It forms large colonies over time, spreading from a dense root system. It takes little care other than watering. Occasionally, you may wish to dig up unwanted growth and divide it into smaller sections. Maidenhair Ferns are available at TN Nursery Order Your maidenhair ferns from TN Nursery today--we are here to help.
Virginia Creeper Virginia Creeper - Parthenocissus quinquefolia - is a small plant that people mostly acknowledge for its colorful foliage and berries. It is a deciduous and woody vine that climbs up on other things and trails on the ground with the help of tendrils that have adhesive disks on the tips that attach to the bark or rock. It is commonly known as Victoria Creeper, Woodbine, Five-leaved Ivy, Five Finger, or Parthenocissus quinquefolia. It is also native to eastern and central North America. You may find them in open areas such as rocky bluffs, fence rows, banks of streams, ravines, rich woods, thickets, and hillsides. You may also find them growing up on trees or telephone poles. It is a vigorous, fast-growing plant that may reach around 30 to 50 feet tall and five to ten feet wide. Its leaves have five leaflets, usually in soft green color, which later turns into bronze in spring, dull green in summer, and purple or crimson-red in autumn as the leaves mature. It is known for its stunning transformation of color in autumn. It possesses clusters of tiny, greenish-white blooms that develop in the upper leaf axils in late spring and mature into small, firm, dark blue to blackberries in late summer or early autumn. Virginia Creeper performs best in well-drained soil This plant may withstand a wide variety of environmental conditions. It has a better chance of producing its most pleasing greenery if you grow it in full sun, but it also does fine in partial shade. It performs best in well-drained soil. It will thrive in various soil types, including clay, sand, and loam. It is drought tolerant and may withstand a wide range of acidity and alkalinity in the soil. It is a low-maintenance plant that requires annual trimming to help retain it at a moderate size. It is crucial to growing the plant in an area that allows expansion and growth. There are various ways to use this plant in your landscape designs. You may use it as a climber for brick or stone walls of buildings, large trellises, arbors, fences, or through large trees. You may use it as a ground cover to cover rock piles, stumps, or erosion control on slopes. This perennial plant becomes an essential source of food for birds and bees, squirrels, skunks, and other small creatures that consume them. It is possible to confuse Virginia Creeper with Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron radicans) because of their similar habitats, climbing habits, and colors. However, it is simple to distinguish between them. Virginia creeper contains five leaflets, but poison ivy always has three leaflets. You may often find these two plants growing together in the same place. Virginia Creeper is an ornamental plant because of its capacity to cover walls and buildings quickly. Virginia Creeper is For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping