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Blanket Flower

Blanket Flower

Blanket Flower is a perennial wildflower known for its vibrant, daisy-like blooms with red or yellow petals and dark center disks. Often found in prairies and gardens, it attracts pollinators and adds color to landscapes. Blanket Flower is the perfect choice when you’re craving warmth. This radiant wildflower with an extended blooming season will light up your garden with a kaleidoscope of glowing colors. There are roughly 30 species of the genus Gaillardia. Multiple legends surround the name. The simplest indicates that it comes from the tendency of these plants to blanket the ground with vibrant blooms quickly. Another suggests that the name comes from the way thriving patches of these plants are reminiscent of brightly patterned Native American blankets. One story links the inspiration for the plant's name to the gorgeous blooms that repeatedly appeared on the grave of a talented Native American weaver famous for creating richly hued blankets. The Blanket Flower's Vibrant Fiery Colors They are available in an array of hot colors. Yellows, oranges, peaches, reds, maroons, and burgundies are common. The flowers are intensely colored and framed by silver-green foliage that’s slightly hairy. The color is vivid and long-lasting. These plants bloom repeatedly throughout the summer and into the fall. Aesthetics Of Blanket Flower Generally, they have daisy-like flowers that feature multiple rays around a central disc. These rays can be in a single or double layer. There may be flat or trumpet-shaped petals. Some flowerheads offer a single, vibrant hue. Others boast bands of colors, resulting in a striking ombre effect. They send up stems with a single bloom measuring two and four inches. The plants typically reach heights of 12 to 18 inches, but they can grow up to 36 inches tall. Pollinators Love The Blanket Flower Blanket Flowers are an excellent way to add more color to any space, and their blooms last well in gardens and vases. They are heat—and drought-tolerant and withstand deer, rabbits, and groundhogs while attracting bees, butterflies, and birds. Their ability to blanket the ground with a carpet of color makes them a popular choice for borders, roadside plantings, and ground covers. They also thrive in rock gardens, cottage gardens, and pollinator gardens.

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Evening Primrose

Evening Primrose

Evening Primrose is recognized for their tall stems adorned with bright yellow, four-petaled flowers that typically bloom in the afternoon, contrasted by lance-shaped, green leaves. It is a delightful and beneficial plant with numerous advantages when landscaping. This herbaceous perennial is native to North and South America and has become famous for gardeners due to its striking blooms, versatility, and ecological contributions. Evening primrose (Oenothera biennis) is a lovely and prolific North American flower that greatly benefits pollinators in gardens and the wild. Natural Habitat Of Evening Primrose Native to North America, Oenothera biennis is naturalized across the United States. This biennial wildflower grows along forest edges and clearings and can also be found in prairies, marshes, pastures, old mines, railroads, roadsides, and other open, disturbed areas. It is one of the few native plants that bloom into late fall. Oenothera biennis features clusters of four-petaled, bowl-shaped, two-inch-wide yellow blooms that blossom at the top of the stems. The heart-shaped petals surround eight yellow stamens and a cross-shaped stigma. The plant grows three to five feet tall. Its stiff, purple central stalk is covered in oblong olive-, light-, or medium-green leaves that also form a rosette at the plant's base. Evening Primrose Has A Wonderful Aroma  Oenothera biennis is a late-season biennial primrose that produces abundant fragrant, lemon-scented blooms from July through October. Its blossoms open in the afternoon, after the sun sets, and close up again in the morning after sunrise. In the garden, this plant will fit right into a cottage or wildflower garden and add color and texture to borders and flower beds. It can also add beauty to meadows and naturalized areas. This quick-growing flower is best planted in late fall. It will bloom in its second year and self-seed unless it's pruned back at the end of its blooming cycle. Suppose you want to attract pollinators to your garden, plant Oenothera biennis. Night-flying moths are the plant's chief pollinators, and when the flowers stay open on cloudy mornings, bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds are likely to stop by. Birds will feast on the seeds, and small mammals will nibble on its roots and leaves. Add Rustic Color With Evening Primrose If you're looking for an easy way to add rustic color to your landscape and attract more bees, birds, and butterflies, be sure to plant Evening Primrose in your garden. These bright, fragrant plants will bring you joy during the late summer months.

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Partridge Berry

Partridge Berry

Partridge Berry is a low-growing, trailing evergreen plant with glossy leaves and small, white to pinkish tubular flowers, followed by bright red berries commonly found in woodland settings. It is a charming and low-growing ground cover that offers several benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. If you're looking for a perennial that will add delicate beauty to your garden all year long, look no further than the Partridge berry plant. If you've ever walked through a forest in the eastern U.S., you have probably encountered this delicate woodland creeper. This flowering vine has beautiful red berries, bright green leaves, and star-shaped, white flowers. It blossoms in the late spring. As a creeper with long tendrils, it's notable because it doesn't use its tendrils to climb; instead, it creeps along the forest floor. It is native to many forests in eastern North America and has been seen as far north as Canada and south as Florida. Partridge Berry Has Dark Green Evergreen Leaves This evergreen features small, compact stems under its flowers. Its dark green leaves don't change color or fall on the ground like other plants, so there's no messy cleanup. If you want to attract bees, birds, and other friendly visitors to your garden, you can do it with this attractive, easy-to-grow vine. Partridge Berry Makes A Great Ground-Cover Despite its delicate appearance, this flowering vine is hardy enough to create groundcover that stays attractive in any season. Its glossy green leaves stand out in the fall against the falling brown leaves. Enjoy the beauty and fragrance of its bright white flowers in spring and summer. The bright red berries will remind you of holly and other winter delights. Partridge Berry Grows And Spreads Quickly Partridge Berry Is also versatile. Although it grows thick on the ground, you can use it in borders, walkways, paths, or anywhere you want an attractive, hardy cover. It's ideal in rock gardens or other hardscape settings. Once set up in the soil, it spreads out thickly, rooting itself deeply into the soil and creating a thick layer of leaves. In short, this common vine will bring uncommon beauty and enjoyment to any garden.

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Blue Hydrangea

Blue Hydrangea

Blue Hydrangea has vibrant dinnerplate blooms, lush foliage, and versatility, making it famous for gardens, parks, and residential landscapes. Scientifically known as macrophylla, it is a captivating flowering shrub celebrated for its enchanting beauty and the tranquil ambiance of gardens and landscapes. Revered for its vibrant azure blossoms, it is a botanical masterpiece that has charmed horticulturists and nature enthusiasts for generations. With a profusion of attractively hued blooms, Blue Hydrangea makes beautiful additions to any garden. The flowers appear in clusters or cones up to eight inches wide. The foliage is generally deep green with a matte or waxy surface, but leaf shapes vary significantly between varieties. Some plants produce oblong or heart-shaped leaves between four and eight inches long, while others are adorned with serrated, deeply veined, or lobed leaves of similar size. Blue Hydrangea Has Amazing Blue Blooms One unique fact about them is that the most eye-catching parts of the plant aren't made up of petals, as is the case with most other flowering plants. Instead, showy, colorful blooms are comprised of petal-like structures called sepals. Sepals are sturdier than regular flower petals and protect the tiny flowers hidden behind or below them. Their bloom clusters vary from faint sky-blue to deep purple, with most shades in between. The color of the flowers it produces is based on the plant's variety and the content of certain minerals in the surrounding soil. Get Blue Hydrangea Dies Back In Winter They go dormant in the cooler months. As warmer weather returns, the plants start putting on new foliage, and new flowers begin forming in mid-to late spring. They will burst into full bloom in the early summer, with the flowers generally reaching their prime during June, July, August, and September. Some varieties only bloom once per growing season, while others rebloom continuously throughout the summer. Creating Height and Depth With Blue Hydrangea Blue Hydrangea can grow six feet or more with a six-foot branch span. These standard varieties are suitable for creating a border, a flowering green wall, or a divider between lawn areas. If space is a consideration, smaller varieties that are great for raising pots or planters are also available. These varieties will reach just two to three feet with a similar branch-spread diameter. Some plants also act like vines and can scale trees and fences to heights of 50 feet or more.

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Sugar Maple Tree

Sugar Maple Tree

Sugar Maple Tree is a large deciduous tree native to North America. It is prized for its vibrant fall foliage, distinctive five-lobed leaves, and the sap used to make maple syrup. The tree benefits landscaping endeavors, enriching outdoor spaces' aesthetics, ecological balance, and functional aspects. This majestic deciduous tree offers unique qualities that contribute to various dimensions of landscape design. If you have ever enjoyed syrup, you have the tree to thank. Of course, it is celebrated for more than just its ability to create sweet treats. It can also be used to add color to your property or a neighborhood as a whole. What Does Sugar Maple Tree Look Like As with most deciduous families, this one will grow to more than 100 feet tall in ideal conditions. However, it can grow to 150 feet in some instances. It also has a canopy of green leaves during the spring and summer and turns multiple colors in the fall. It also contains flowers and winged seeds that are used to create offspring. How Long Does It Take for Sugar Maple Tree to Mature They will typically take at least a decade to produce fruit, but it may only take a few years to produce flowers. In addition, they will grow relatively quickly, which is why they can be a great addition to private property or public parks. Sugar Maple Tree Root System Is Strong Like others, the Sugar Maple Tree will create a robust root system that can help stabilize soil or prevent erosion. Therefore, it can be an ideal choice in wet areas or on slopes where a landslide could quickly decimate a landscape. In addition to protecting your property, keeping erosion to a minimum can help keep others in your neighborhood or community safe.  Planting a Sugar Maple Tree on your property can provide birds and other animals with a place to live or food to survive. For instance, squirrels and other smaller creatures will eat the seeds, while deer may be interested in chewing on leaves. Some animals may be attracted to the foliage itself or the benefits it can provide other than being a food source for them.

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Jack In The Pulpit

Jack In The Pulpit

Jack In The Pulpit is a woodland perennial known for its distinctive, hood-like spathe that covers a spiky, upright structure called the spadix. It features two or three large leaves and is typically found in shaded, damp environments. Jack in the Pulpit (Ariseama triphyllum), known as the "Indian turnip," is an unusual spring wildflower with striped, hooded green blooms. This eye-catching plant makes a beautiful and unique addition to shady gardens. Habitat Of Jack in the Pulpit It is a native plant in moist woodlands, oak-hickory forests, and tree-filled swamps in eastern and central North America. This perennial can live 25 years or more and spread and colonize over time. Appearance Of Jack In The Pulpit As individuals grow, they will sprout one or two leaves, each of which splits into three leaflets that spread out from their stalks. The plants can rise to a height of one to three feet. Their characteristic bloom appears on a separate stalk between April and June. Its spathe, or "pulpit," is a green hooded cylindrical structure with a maroon-to-brown striped interior surrounding and concealing its spadix, or "Jack." When you look inside the spathe, you can see tiny greenish-purple flowers at its base. After they bloom, they go dormant or become hermaphroditic. In late summer, usually during August and early September, a cylindrical cluster of bright red berries will form on the pollinated flower stalk. When adding Jack In The Pulpit to your landscape, it helps to plant it in a setting that will mimic its natural habitat, like a woodland garden or boggy area. When conditions are right, it will naturalize and form small colonies. It significantly impacts when planted in clusters and surrounded by ferns, wildflowers, and hostas. When it goes dormant in the summer, you can fill the bare soil surrounding it with annuals like impatiens. Red berries on your plants in late summer may attract birds and small mammals to your garden. Thrushes and wild turkeys will eat the plant's fruits, which have a tomato-like consistency. Jack In The Pulpit Is A Unique Flower  If you want to add a unique flower to your garden that will be a conversation starter, consider planting them. These classic wildflowers will add a touch of mystery to your landscape and delight your eyes for years to come.

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Red Flowering Dogwood

Red Flowering Dogwood

Red Flowering Dogwood is a fiery rose blooming favorite and an ornamental tree with numerous landscaping benefits. It brings a range of advantages that contribute to the overall appeal and ecological health of the surrounding environment. Red Flowering Dogwood, also known as Cornus florida var. rubra, is a vibrantly colored species that stands apart from most other trees. If you plant one in your yard, you'll enjoy its eye-catching colors from spring through fall. The Intense Colors Of Red Flowering Dogwood These trees delight those who want to experience fall-like colors throughout the growing season! When spring arrives, they're covered in bright rose flowers that could make you swear it's already fallen. Don't worry, though, because these trees also transform into a reddish-purple color to celebrate autumn's arrival.  The brightly colored flowers will undoubtedly catch everyone's attention, but they're not the end of the show! Shortly after the flowers appear, there will also be reddish leaves that eventually turn into a classic green color. However, there's still one more trick left in these oval-shaped leaves, as they will transform again for the fall season. Crimson is the best word to describe how these leaves end their lifecycle, giving you a brilliant display of color. The Berries Of Red Flowering Dogwood The leaves will eventually fall to the ground during the fall season, but this tree still isn't fully revealing itself. Fall time is when the berries come into the picture, and they'll keep the rose-red around for a little longer. If you enjoy looking at birds, you'll want to invest in at least one of these trees, as wildlife of all types will flock to its berries. The Bark Of The Red Flowering Dogwood The bark of these trees is yet another thing that helps set it apart. Made of a unique and attractive light gray color, the bark will be pretty smooth and delicate during the early years of its life. Once it begins to age, you'll notice a scale-like texture appearing. Although this may remove its former smoothness, it adds another compellingly beautiful aspect to these relatively short trees. Regarding their height, Red Flowering Dogwood will only reach 20-30 feet, making it ideal for planting around your home. Give yourself and your entire neighborhood a tree to capture everyone's attention.

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Sweet Violet

Sweet Violet

Sweet Violet is a low-growing wildflower with heart-shaped leaves and fragrant, deep purple flowers often found in woodlands and gardens. They offer numerous benefits when incorporated into landscaping projects, enhancing outdoor spaces' visual appeal, ecological diversity, and sensory experience. This perennial flowering plant contributes to various dimensions of landscape design. Sweet Violet is a long-lived perennial wildflower that some people call "wild violet." The ancient Greeks revered the flower as a symbol of fertility and used it in love potions. Perfumers prize its sweet fragrance, and confectioners use it to add color and beauty to gourmet candies. Natural Habitat Of Sweet Violet Native to Europe and naturalized in the United States, it grows naturally in open deciduous woodlands and hedgerows. It appears along forest edges and adds bright springtime color to clearings, pastures, meadows, and swamps. The flower's blooming season typically starts in February and lasts through May. Appearance Of Sweet Violet  It grows in four-inch-tall rosettes. Its delicate, aromatic flowers are typically dark purplish-blue, but lilac, lavender, pink, and white variations are common. The tiny, five-petaled blossoms are about one inch across and slightly taller than they are wide. The foliage underneath the flowers consists of downy, dark green, heart-shaped leaves with toothed edges. Both the flowers and the leaves rise from horizontal runners. Sweet Violet Makes A Great Ground-Cover Gardeners frequently plant it to add color and greenery to their landscaping. This plant adds quiet charm to cottage gardens, woodland gardens, borders, and planters. It does well in flower beds and adds color underneath shrubs and trees. The cut flowers make lovely candies and decorations for desserts. Once established, it will spread out moderately, giving this plant a good ground cover in moist, sunny areas. You can propagate the plant with seeds or divide it late in the season after they stop flowering. Cut the runners and any spindly tendrils in late fall to encourage a bright show of blooms in spring. Though Sweet Violet grows close to the ground, the plants are an essential food source for pollinators like bees, butterflies, and moths. Woodland butterflies drink their nectar, and caterpillars eat their leaves. Songbirds and grazing animals enjoy eating the foliage and seeds, including rabbits, geese, woodchucks, and deer. When you want to add color and subtle beauty to your garden, planting it will help you welcome the spring season year after year.

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Wild Strawberry Plant

Wild Strawberry Plant

Wild Strawberry Plant is a low-growing perennial herb with trifoliate leaves and small, sweet, red berries, often found in various habitats, including woodlands, meadows, and gardens. Many names know the wild Strawberry Plant, but most people can recognize the fruits by sight. While it is famous as a fruit, this groundcover is also a popular ornamental in home gardens. It will quickly spread through runners once you put it in the ground. These runners can be moved to different areas or leave them where they are for a packed bed of green leaves and red fruits. Using The Wild Strawberry Plant As an Ornamental This perennial grows along roads, dams, and trails in the wild. You can often find it at the edges of woodlands and meadows. It needs light to form fruit, so you won’t see any strawberries if it is planted in a shaded area. It simply looks like a cluster of lovely green leaves in these spaces. This herbaceous perennial is technically a member of the rose family, although it doesn’t resemble the rose in appearance. It usually propagates using runners, so new leaves and flowers develop next to the original growth. If viable seeds are present, they will sometimes germinate in seed banks if they are undisturbed. Discover Lovely Wild Strawberry Plant Flowers Before the fruit develops, this perennial creates delicate, white flowers. It typically blooms in spring. As spring ends and early summer begins, the flowers turn into small, red fruits. This fruit is unique among other flora because the seeds are on the outside of the fruit. The Beautiful Leaves Of Wild Strawberry Plant While the fruit is the most famous part of this perennial, the leaves are also charming. In spring, the light-green leaves come out. They grow in threes and have toothed margins. Then, the leaves turn vivid colors at the end of the summer. Typically, you will find leaves in different shades of red and maroon. As they grow, the Wild Strawberry Plant forms patches on the ground. This makes them ideal as a ground cover, although a large patch can take a few years to develop. Once planted in the ground, you can expect elegant blooms for years.

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Jacobs Ladder

Jacobs Ladder

Jacobs Ladder is a perennial wildflower with pinnate leaves and delicate, bell-shaped, blue to purple flowers arranged along its arching stems, adding grace to shady garden settings. It is a charming and distinctive perennial plant that offers many benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. With its delicate clusters of bell-shaped flowers and elegant fern-like foliage, it brings a touch of enchantment and versatility to outdoor spaces.   Jacobs Ladder is officially known as Polemonium reptans or simply Polemonium. It's part of the Polemoniaceae or Phlox family and is sometimes called the American Greek valerian, stairway to heaven, sweet root, and abscess root. Many of its names reference the arrangement of the flowers, which can look like stairs or a ladder. The name is also a reference to a biblical story in the book of Genesis where one of the characters, Jacob, has a dream about a stairway to heaven. The Polemonium is a herbaceous perennial that is native to North America. Jacobs Ladder Has Stunning Blooms  It is known for its bell-shaped blue or purple-colored flowers. The flowers usually grow to a height of about three-fourths of an inch and have five stamens. The plant tends to grow low to the ground, only reaching heights and widths of about one to two feet. This wildflower is known for its compounding leaves, meaning many leaves grow from one stem. Jacobs Ladder Brightness Up Landscapes  It accompanies trees and shrubs and can brighten up woodland and shade gardens, especially in the spring when its flowers bloom. They also perform well in perennial borders where many other plants are taller than the stairway to heaven. Jacobs Ladder Does Great Near Other Plants It can be planted next to different trees, shrubs, and flowers. Some beneficial companion plants include hostas, lady ferns, lungwort, foam flowers, and coral bells. It also thrives next to spring beauties, Virginia water leaves, and oriental poppies. Jacobs Ladder makes a great addition to flower and pollinator gardens. The bell-shaped flowers typically attract a wide variety of bees, butterflies, and birds, especially hummingbirds. These wildflowers can add color to many different types of outdoor gardens. Apartment and condo gardeners can enjoy planting it in pots or containers for balcony gardening or as an indoor plant to add color and life to their inside spaces.

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Green Giant Arborvitae

Green Giant Arborvitae

Green Giant Arborvitae is a fast-growing evergreen tree with vibrant, emerald-green foliage, a tall, columnar shape, and dense branching. It is a popular choice for privacy screens and windbreaks in landscaping. It is a highly advantageous and versatile evergreen tree widely used in landscaping. Belonging to the Cupressaceae family, this tree offers many benefits, making it an excellent choice for various outdoor spaces. Green Giant Arborvitae gets its name from its vast size. They can expand as towering as 60 feet with a diameter of 18 or more feet. These massive trees are part of the Cupressaceae or cypress family. Their scientific name is Thuja standishii x plicata. Although, that's often shorted to just the Thuja. This evergreen started in 1967 when a single tree made its way to the U.S. National Arboretum from Denmark. Recognizing the positive landscaping qualities of this evergreen, propagations were sent out. Today, it's known for its ability to adapt to numerous climates. The Hybrid Green Giant Arborvitae The Thuja standishii x plicata is a hybrid tree. It was created in Denmark in 1937, using the Thuja Plicate or Western Red Cedar and the Thuja Standishii or Japanese type. While it was being sent out from the U.S. National Arboretum, The massive evergreen was confused with the T. Occidentalis Giganteoides. Luckily, three botanists from the New York Botanic Garden, USNA, and Holden Arboretum uncovered the tree's true roots. Once its true roots were known, it was given its current name to delineate it from other similar evergreen trees. Green Giant Arborvitae Is A Fast Grower  The Thuja standishii x plicata has a fast growth rate of three to five feet per year. At thirty years old, it averages 30 feet in height and can continue to grow up to 60 feet. It's characterized by its cone shape and the uniform appearance of its foliage. Green Giant Arborvitae Does Well In Parks  Due to its massive size, this tree does well in large yards and parks where Leyland Cypress may not be desirable. Benefits of the Thuja Standishii X Plicata The Thuja standishii x plicata keeps its color all year, even through winter. Gardeners with large yards can plant these evergreens to create natural privacy barriers. These trees attract deer who forage for food, and birds tend to make their nests in them. Gardeners and landscapers love the Green Giant Arborvitae for its rapid growth and ability to create privacy screens. These trees work best for more significant properties.

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Hosta

Hosta

Hostas are shade-loving perennials known for their large, heart-shaped, and often variegated leaves and spikes of bell-shaped flowers, making them popular choices for garden borders and landscaping in low-light areas. They are renowned for their lush foliage and graceful appearance, which offer many benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. These versatile perennials have gained popularity for their ability to enhance outdoor spaces with their aesthetic appeal, adaptability, and ease of maintenance. Hosta is an attractive herbaceous plant that can grow up to 4 feet in height, although a height of 18 inches is more common. There are several species of them, each with slight differences in leaf color. Each species has a different bloom, making exceptional focal points in any garden. Hosta Has Stunning Leaves The type seen most commonly in the United States is the "Keepsake." The charming green leaves ringed with yellow accents are popular because of their hardiness in different climates and the beautiful vistas they create in a garden. Sometimes, the lighter color rings are shades of white rather than yellow, but they don't lose any eye-catching effects. They have leaves of a single color, usually dark green. All their leaves are sturdy and ribbed, even if they're longer and tapered rather than cheerfully oval. Most versions have pretty purple or white flowers that bloom in the early summer through the beginning of fall. The flower buds form in the middle of spring and are generally the same color as the flowers. Even when they're just budding, they are beautiful plants that complement everything else in the garden. Once the buds bloom, the flowers form trumpet, bell, or elongated pendulous shapes. Only one version of these flowers has a strong scent, called the "August Lily." It's a shy flower, blooming in the evening and closing up again by morning, so it'll brighten up any garden when the sun goes down. Hosta Does Great With Other Plants When they are surrounded by flowers of similar colors, such as California bluebells for the species with violet flowers or tuberose for the white-flowered species, it creates a breathtaking effect. Alternating the various species in concentric rings would increase their appeal and let them truly shine. This Hosta Is Good for Pollinators Hosta blooms are essential for pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. The flowers provide nectar, and the leaves collect dew in the mornings, allowing these little creatures to drink while visiting the garden.

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Sweet Bay Magnolia

Sweet Bay Magnolia

The Sweet Bay Magnolia is a medium-sized evergreen tree with highly fragrant white flowers and elliptical leaves, often found in wetlands and coastal areas. It is a versatile and visually appealing tree that offers a range of benefits when incorporated into landscaping projects. This magnolia species contributes to the aesthetic beauty, structure, and functionality of outdoor spaces with distinctive features and adaptability. One of the standout benefits of using it in landscaping is its graceful appearance. Sweet Bay Magnolia, also known as the "beaver tree," "castor-wood," and "swamp sassafras," is an ornamental, semi-evergreen plant known for its fragrant flowers, scarlet-red fruit, and lush foliage. Colonists introduced the plant into European gardens in the late 1600s, where it was welcomed with open arms. The Native Habitat Of Sweet Bay Magnolia Native to the eastern and southeastern Atlantic coasts of the United States, it grows naturally in swamps and shaded and open woodlands. This late-blooming tree flower from late April to July can bear fruit from July through October. The Appearance Of Sweet Bay Magnolia It can reach 10 to 35 feet tall, sometimes a 50-foot height in the deep South. Its compound, slender, upright trunks branch out horizontally and support shiny, three-to-six-inch-long oblong leaves that are dark green on top with silvery-white undersides. They contrast with the plant's creamy-white, cup-shaped blooms that scent the air with a delicate, sweet, lemony fragrance. Each solitary blossom has up to twelve petals and is two to three inches long. The flowers will open after dawn and close up at twilight, lasting two to three days. Fruits appear later as clusters of bright red seeds. Gardeners appreciate it for its ornamental appeal in a variety of landscape designs. It works well in extensive gardens and along woodland edges. The tree is adaptable enough to suit patios and borders where its aromatic fragrance can be appreciated. Wetter sites near ponds can also accommodate this plant nicely. Since the blooming season is relatively late, frost is rarely a concern. The Ecology Of Sweet Bay Magnolia Those who want to enhance biodiversity in their landscapes will find that Sweet Bay Magnolia makes a beautiful habitat for birds and small mammals. The tree's fruit attracts a variety of songbirds, woodpeckers, wild turkeys, bobwhite quail, and many more species. Many birds use the plant's leaves to construct their nests. Squirrels and chipmunks also find food and shelter in the magnolia's dense foliage, and deer browse its leaves and twigs yearly. If you're looking for a handsome plant that will bring aromatic beauty to your yard, it will surely bring pleasure for many seasons.

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Carolina Allspice

Carolina Allspice

Carolina Allspice blooms delight the senses, emitting a sweet and spicy fragrance reminiscent of ripe strawberries, which adds a delightful ambiance to any outdoor space. The maroon to brown blooms are eye-catching and long-lasting, ensuring a beautiful display throughout the growing season. It is a captivating and versatile plant with numerous landscaping benefits. Native to the southeastern United States, it is cherished for its unique characteristics and aesthetic appeal, making it a famous choice landscape. Carolina Allspice, formally named Calycanthus floridus, is a rounded deciduous shrub that grows in the eastern United States. It's often called sweetshrub in honor of its fragrant deep-red blooms, which are said to carry the scents of strawberry, pineapple, and banana. The shrub adapts to various settings and grows taller in shady areas. Habitat Of The Carolina Allspice It is native to the Southeast. In the wild, it grows along streambanks, shady woodlands, and mixed deciduous forests. When you find this understory shrub on hillsides, clearings, and by woodland edges, its structure will likely be open and sparse. Appearance Of The Carolina Allspice it grows six to nine feet tall and equally wide in cultivated settings. From April to May, the plant produces a bountiful supply of large, solitary, magnolia-like blooms at the ends of its branches. These clustered, maroon to reddish-brown flowers will continue to appear less frequently in June and July. As the weather warms, the blossoms become quite fragrant. The plant itself is aromatic and dense. Its dark, oval-shaped green leaves and smooth grayish-brown bark emit a pleasant scent when scratched or bruised. The plant's glossy foliage will turn yellow to yellow-green in the fall as the flowers yield to form leathery, brown, urn-shaped seed capsules. These pods ripen in September and October and last through the winter, emitting a lovely fragrance when crushed. Transform Your Garden With Carolina Allspice  They make beautiful all-season additions to various garden settings. They are wonderful when planted near outdoor living spaces, walkways, patios, and entrances, where they can serve as privacy screens. The shrub also does well in naturalistic settings, like woodland gardens, and it makes a lovely cutting plant for flower arrangements. Its closely packed branches provide nesting habitat and protective cover for songbirds and small mammals. They also host moths, such as the double-banded zale and the oblique-banded leafroller moth. During the spring and summer, beetles pollinate the shrubs in a process called cantharophily. If you're looking for fragrant, floral shrubs that add richness and depth to your garden, consider planting Carolina Allspice. With their gorgeous blossoms and lush green leaves, you will surely be delighted by their presence.

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Bracken Fern

Bracken Fern

Bracken Fern, or Pteridium aquilinum, is a captivating and ubiquitous fern species that thrives in a wide range of habitats across the globe. This perennial plant, which belongs to the Dennstaedtiaceae family, is a prime example of nature's adaptability and resilience.; Bracken Fern Has Silvery Hair Brown stems covered with silvery gray hair are characteristic of them. Their typical flowering time is in early spring. Their compound leaves are twice as numerous as their triangular leaves. These leaves can be two to four feet long and up to three feet wide. An intricate whorl of three leaves forms at the very base of the stem. Spores grow on the leaves ' underside, starting in the middle to the end of June and continuing into late summer. The fronds will grow again after the first heavy frost in the spring. By the end of summer, the fronds begin to change color, going from brown to a beautiful copper or gold that complements any vivid fall foliage. The thick canopies they create keep the soil wet, making a humid microclimate home to many plants and animals. They are also essential to the habitat's biodiversity since they provide food for some animals, like rabbits. They are perfect for building nests because they have many fibrous fronds, which many birds and small animals use. Create Beautiful Edges and Borders With Bracken Fern Bracken Fern provides a gentle and realistic border that goes well with garden settings. They are great for adding winter beauty to garden borders because of their evergreen leaves. They are a good option for garden borders in regions prone to deer since they are usually resistant to deer grazing. Bracken Fern Makes Soil Healthy  By decomposing leaf litter, Bracken Fern improves soil structure, increases microbial activity, and supplies organic matter to the soil, making it healthier. The fibrous roots of these plants improve drainage and lessen soil compaction by aerating the soil. They also help with nutrient cycling by absorbing and releasing nutrients, stabilizing soil, and preventing erosion.

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Larkspur Delphenium

Larkspur Delphenium

Larkspur Delphenium is a tall, graceful perennial plant with spikes of vibrant, spurred flowers in shades of blue, pink, or white. It is ideal for adding vertical interest to garden borders and floral arrangements. This captivating blooming plant has multiple benefits when integrated into landscaping designs. Larkspur Delphenium Has Stunning Colors  If you want a stunning springtime flower, this Larkspur Delphenium is a beautiful choice. This lovely plant is just one of 300 in the Delphinium genus. This particular flower is known for its elegance and burst of color. The tall spikes are showy and easy to see, which makes them a favorite among gardeners. Larkspur Delphenium Offers Cut Flowers and Garden Beds This flower is commonly grown in flower beds and gardens. While its ornamental nature means you’ll commonly see it in gardening magazines, many home gardeners have excellent luck growing it. It can be used in beds, borders, and containers. In addition, it is commonly included as a cut flower in flower bouquets. Larkspur Delphenium Looks Amazing In Groups  If you want this flower to shine, try grouping it in a container with similar flowers. Because it can grow a couple feet high, it tends to do best in the back of the container. From a location in the back, it forms a breathtaking backdrop for any flowers in front of it. Gardening magazines typically show this flower growing in lovely clusters. One of the most striking arrangements is to create a wall of blue or purple flowers along the back of your garden bed. Once the flowers grow, they form a low curtain that is incredibly pretty to see in the early spring to early summer. Known for being a drought-resistant plant, Larkspur Delphenium requires very little maintenance. Each plant produces three to seven palmate leaves. This deep green foliage provides a backdrop to the flowers once they bloom in springtime. With care, it can add brilliance to your summer barbecues and picnics.

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Lilac Shrub

Lilac Shrub

Lilac Shrubs are beloved for their fragrant blooms and versatile nature and offer various benefits when integrated into landscaping designs. Its striking appearance, captivating fragrance, adaptability, and contribution to the overall aesthetic and sensory experience make it a sought-after choice for enhancing outdoor spaces. The Lilac Shrub blooms in early spring. When you see it, you know that summer is not far away. Here's why this plant is so popular. Lilac Shrub Offers Perfume in the Air Many people find the intoxicating fragrance of them romantic. The aroma is fresh, clean, and powerful but not overpowering or cloying. Instead, it smells breezy, gentle, and refreshing. The scent is easy to identify because it is so unique. For many, it's reminiscent of childhood when the world was redesigned. Just one bouquet can create a refreshingly crisp scent in any room. The breezy floral fragrance can lift you, and the magical aroma adds another layer of charm to your home. Lilac Shrub Blooms Early Spring  The standard type may be the most beautiful of all the early spring flowering trees. The large clusters of tiny flowers are often pale purple but bloom in other shades. Yellow blooms are thrilling to the eye. The bright yellow flowers and their captivating perfume are almost too stunning to behold. These shrubs can make even a lackluster landscape look amazing. For such a show-stopping plant, they are surprisingly sturdy. They will grow anywhere and happily prosper in almost any soil, climate, or condition. Because these blooms are hardy, they need little attention and are virtually indestructible. They don't need watering, and they're highly drought-resistant. Many bushes still flourish where they were initially planted on the grounds of old homesteads. The farmhouses are long gone, but the plants continue to thrive. Because they can live for decades, they're a great addition to any property you intend to pass on to future generations. Lilac Shrub's Come In Many Shapes & Sizes  Lilac Shrubs come in a multitude of sizes and shapes. Mini bushes for smaller city gardens reach four feet, while the typical pastel purple plants can reach 15 feet. The showy plant fits in nicely and makes a strong statement almost anywhere. They will delight the eye for years to come.

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Maidenhair Fern

Maidenhair Fern

The Maidenhair Fern is a delicate, deciduous plant with finely divided, fan-shaped fronds and distinctive black stems, adding an elegant touch to shaded gardens and moist woodlands. It is an aesthetically pleasing plant that offers a range of benefits when used in landscaping. Its unique characteristics and visual appeal make it famous for outdoor and indoor spaces.  The Maidenhair is prized for its delicate leaves and long lifespan. The scientific name is Adiantum SPP, and it's part of 250 species of these plants, including the Northern, Delta, and Southern Maidenhair ferns. The Greek part of the plant's official name means unwetted, and it gets that name from its ability to shed water without getting damp. These plants are native to the Himalayas, East Asia, and the eastern part of North America. Maidenhair Fern's Leaves  Adiantum spp are prized for their fan-shaped leaves. They are known to make excellent houseplants and usually grow between one and two feet tall and the same width. Their stems are wiry black, while the leaves are bright green. Gardeners can expect them to reach their full height in three years, and with proper care, they can live up to 15 years. Maidenhair Fern Grows Well In Pots  Adiantum SPP grows well in pots, containers, and terrariums and can be replanted as it outgrows its container. It also makes great container plants and can be planted in shade gardens and hosta gardens. The Adiantum SPP is known for its air purification qualities. The leaves draw in airborne toxins and are used as nutrients, helping them clean the air wherever they are planted. They also release moisture, which can help combat dry indoor air. When the Adiantum SPP is grown outdoors, it can help stabilize loose soil and cover wildlife, including frogs, lizards, and birds. Birds will sometimes use the dried frons to line their nests. Companion Plants For Maidenhair Fern  The Adiantum SPP can be grown with other flowers and ferns, including the strawberry begonia, coral bells, ginger, woodland geraniums, bloodroot, hostas, hellebores, and pulmonarias. Gardeners can enjoy the calmness of Maidenhair Ferns indoors and outdoors. They make excellent potted plants and look wonderful around water features and along hillsides. They can also be combined with other ferns and flowers to create eye-catching garden beds.

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Tulip Poplar Tree

Tulip Poplar Tree

The Tulip Poplar Tree is recognized for its distinctive tulip-shaped leaves, vibrant yellow-green flowers, and straight trunk, making it a valuable timber and ornamental plant. It is magnificent and versatile, with numerous landscaping benefits. Its striking appearance, rapid growth, and adaptability to different soil types make it a popular choice for homeowners, parks, and public spaces. One of its most noticeable benefits is its aesthetic appeal. Tulip Poplar trees, known as Liriodendron tulipifera, are among the tallest conifers in eastern North America. They can grow to a height of 192 feet. Interestingly, they typically grow limbs once they're at least 80 feet tall, which makes them one of the most valuable timber conifers in the world. The Poplar Tree In All Seasons  Although most grow their buds in the spring, these begin with a winter bud. Throughout the winter season, the buds are dark red. However, once the growing season returns, they'll slowly unfold until leaves are revealed. When fully grown, they are simple leaves that grow up to six inches and have four lobes. Additionally, they become a vibrant, bright green when seen from above. Meanwhile, their underside is a paler green with visible, downy veins. In the fall, these leaves turn a bright yellow that really stands out. The flowers are stunning and begin to unveil themselves during May. Each solitary flower begins as greenish-yellow, although they'll transform into yellowish-red as autumn approaches. Once again, they truly go out in style. Be sure to pay close attention to the multiple transformations they undergo as summer turns into fall. The Fruit, The Tulip Poplar Tree, Produces In September and October, the fruit will appear like many samaras. The wind quickly disperses these light brown, narrow cones and helps propagate the species. As a result, they do not provide a food source for wildlife, although they are home to 28 different species of moths. Tulip Poplar Tree Has A Huge Trunk Once the Tulip Poplar Tree is developed, it can have a trunk at least four to six feet wide! The bark is furrowed, brown, and bitter, though aromatic. When branchlets first begin to grow, they'll be reddish. Over time, these branchlets will turn dark gray before settling into a rich brown color. Planting one of them is a fantastic investment for future generations. After all, they'll still be growing in 200 years. Give them just 15 years, though, and you'll see them grow to 40 feet.

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Grape Vine (Fruit Bearing Age) 3-4'

Grape Vine (Fruit Bearing Age) 3-4'

Our grape vines are mature and XL, fruit-bearing age. You're not just getting a tiny plant, but a large 3'+ plant. We have four varieties in stock. These go fast. Fresh Dug, Exact Images Of Our Grape Vines Dug Today Have you ever seen roots like our mature, fruiting grape vines? Plant these and have a vineyard now! Buy elsewhere for $188, But Why? We are a DTC Brand, Grower, and Direct to the public. Will these last long? Absolutely not! Concord, scientifically known as Vitis labrusca 'Concord,' is a mesmerizing and robust addition to any garden or vineyard. These vines are renowned not just for their delectable fruit but also for their captivating beauty and symbolism. These Grape Vines Can Get Huge The Concord is a deciduous woody vine that can reach impressive lengths, often stretching up to 20-30 feet or even more. Its thick, gnarled stems boast a rustic charm, with bark that peels in shreds to reveal the vine's history and endurance. As the vine matures, it takes on a rugged appearance, its woody tendrils intertwining, creating intricate patterns against the sky. Concord transforms dramatically throughout the seasons, each phase offering unique visual appeal. In spring, tender green leaves emerge, unfurling like delicate umbrellas. These leaves are deeply lobed and alternate along the vine, offering a lush, vibrant backdrop to the emerging clusters of flowers. Come early summer, the Concord bursts into a symphony of colors. Small, fragrant flowers appear, adorning the vine with clusters of delicate petals ranging from creamy white to pale green. These blossoms serve as pollinators' havens, attracting bees, butterflies, and other insects, contributing to the local ecosystem's vitality. As summer progresses, these blossoms give way to Concord's signature fruit, the clusters. They are small to medium-sized, with a deep, rich purple-black hue that seems to absorb sunlight. These fruit clusters hang gracefully from the vine, suspended like jewels. The vines continue to mature through the summer, becoming plumper and succulent. Their thick, abundant foliage provides valuable shade. This lush canopy offers a serene refuge from the heat, making the area beneath the vine an inviting retreat during the hottest months. In the fall, as temperatures drop and daylight hours shorten, the leaves of the Concord undergo a breathtaking transformation. Their green hues shift to warm, earthy tones, ranging from profound reds to brilliant yellows and oranges. The vine's leaves appear ablaze with the colors of autumn, casting a captivating and magical spell over any observer. Concord is more than just botanical wonders; it symbolizes endurance and the passage of time. They embody the cycle of life, from the tender beginnings of spring to the fruitful abundance of summer and the graceful aging of autumn. These vines offer delicious fruit and a timeless beauty that enchants the senses and connects us to the natural world's rhythms and mysteries. Cawtaba Grape Vine Catawba (Vitis labrusca 'Catawba') is a captivating and robust variety that embodies the essence of American viticulture. These vines are renowned for their historical significance, versatility, and unique aesthetic qualities, making them an enchanting addition to any vineyard or garden. Catawba has grown with care and attention for over two centuries, showcasing the best American winemaking. Its rich history is a testament to the passion and dedication of generations of vintners who have nurtured this vine to produce exceptional wines enjoyed by wine lovers worldwide. Catawba is a true gem of American winemaking. Originating in the Catawba River Valley of North Carolina, this cultivar quickly gained popularity due to its adaptability to diverse climates and its resilience in harsh weather conditions. Catawba exhibits an extraordinary vitality that extends beyond their practical use. These vines boast stunning ornamental qualities with lush, heart-shaped leaves that transform into a vivid kaleidoscope of autumnal hues, ranging from fiery reds to deep purples. In the spring, they bloom with delicate, fragrant flowers that beckon pollinators with their ethereal beauty. The tendrils of Catawba wind and curl their way up trellises and arbors, creating a mesmerizing labyrinth of greenery that evokes a sense of timeless elegance. Their slender stems and gracefully arching canes lend an artistic touch to terrains, making them a favored choice. Furthermore, Catawba contributes to biodiversity by providing shelter and sustenance for wildlife, from songbirds to insects. Their presence in a garden or vineyard undoubtedly establishes a harmonious ecosystem that truly reflects nature's intricate interconnectedness. In conclusion, Catawba is more than just a fruit source; it symbolizes resilience, history, and natural beauty. These vines can transform any space into a tranquil oasis, where the echoes of the past meet the promise of the future and where nature's artistry is on full display for all to admire. Fredonia Grape Vine Fredonia, known scientifically as Vitis labrusca 'Fredonia,' is a captivating and revered cultivar in viticulture. These are not simply plants but living tapestries of nature's artistry and the embodiment of agricultural heritage. While their primary purpose may not be for consumption, the Fredonia offers many remarkable qualities and characteristics that make them a cherished addition to gardens, landscapes, and vineyards. These vines are renowned for their vigorous growth and resilience, displaying a remarkable vitality that allows them to thrive in various climates and soils. Their robust nature can withstand harsh weather conditions, making them a favorite among horticulturists and viticulturists. Fredonia possesses a remarkable ability to adapt, embodying the enduring spirit of nature itself. One of their most distinctive features is their foliage. The leaves are large, heart-shaped, and deep green. They provide an attractive backdrop to the fruit clusters and are vital to the vine's photosynthesis and overall health. The foliage crinkles gently in the breeze, creating a soothing sound that contributes to the serene ambiance of the garden or vineyard. In the spring, these vines burst forth with clusters of small, spherical type, each a unique masterpiece of nature. These berries can also be utilized for ornamental purposes, as they lend an air of sophistication to any landscape. As the seasons progress, Fredonia offers a captivating display of color transformation. In the fall, the leaves undergo a breathtaking metamorphosis, turning vibrant shades of crimson, orange, and gold. This autumnal spectacle transforms the landscape into a picturesque scene, evoking a sense of nostalgia and wonder. Beyond their aesthetic appeal, Fredonia also holds cultural significance. They connect to the time-honored winemaking tradition, weaving the past and present in a tangible tapestry of heritage. With their history and enduring beauty, these vines are a testament to humanity's deep-rooted relationship with the land and its fruits. In conclusion, Fredonia are more than just plants; they embody nature's resilience, beauty, and cultural significance. These vines offer a symphony of visual and tactile delights throughout the seasons, enriching our lives with their enduring presence. Whether in a garden, landscape, or vineyard, Fredonia is a testament to the enduring bond between humans and the natural world. Grape Vines Has Stunning Foliage  Niagara (Vitis labrusca 'Niagara') is a fascinating embodiment of nature's intricate design. Niagara belongs to the Vitis labrusca species and is native to the eastern United States and southeastern Canada. It is esteemed for its lush, verdant foliage, which unfurls in late spring and transforms into a luxuriant sea of green as the growing season progresses. The leaves are characterized by their distinctive three-lobed shape, showcasing serrated edges that catch the sunlight, creating a mesmerizing play of shadows and light. What truly distinguishes Niagara, however, is its intricate tendrils. These delicate, curling structures emerge from the vine's nodes, seeking support as they gracefully wrap around nearby objects. As the tendrils embrace their chosen support, they stabilize the vine and enable it to reach for the heavens. It's a testament to nature's ingenuity, as these tendrils ensure the vine's upward ascent, a poetic dance of growth and adaptability. The Niagara undergoes a remarkable transformation throughout the summer as clusters of small, greenish-white flowers emerge. Each blossom carries an enchanting fragrance, attracting pollinators such as bees and butterflies and contributing to the ecosystem's vitality. These blossoms eventually give way to small, green berries that gradually mature into the luscious, translucent orbs for which the vine is known. However, in the context of this description, we must resist the temptation to delve into the culinary realm of these, focusing instead on the aesthetic and ecological aspects. Niagara undergoes another stunning metamorphosis in autumn as its leaves and tendrils turn brilliant shades of red, orange, and gold. This fiery display against the backdrop of deep green vines is a striking testament to the vibrancy of the natural world during the changing seasons. It's a sight that captures the essence of transition and the ever-evolving beauty of our environment. Niagara also provides habitat and sustenance for various wildlife species in their natural splendor. Birds often find refuge among the foliage, feasting on insects and seeking shelter within the tangled labyrinth of vines. Small mammals may also utilize the vine's dense growth for protection and nesting. In conclusion, Niagara is more than just a source of delicious fruit; they are a symphony of botanical artistry, adaptability, and ecological significance. These vines evoke a sense of wonder within the natural world with their tendrils, foliage, blossoms, and seasonal transformations. Niagara reminds us of nature's ceaseless creativity and its intricate interplay of form and function, from the delicate tendrils reaching for support to the vibrant autumnal display.

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Dutchman's Breeches

Dutchman's Breeches

Dutchman's Breeches is a spring wildflower with distinctive gray-green, finely divided leaves and unique, drooping clusters of white, pantaloon-shaped flowers resembling miniature hanging pants. It is a captivating and delicate spring ephemeral plant that offers several benefits when incorporated into the landscaping. Native to North America, it is a member of the poppy family and can be found growing in rich, moist woodlands, making it an ideal addition to woodland-themed gardens or naturalized landscapes. Dutchman's Breeches Blooms March-April  Dutchman's Breeches (Dicentra cucullaria), also known as "Little Blue Staggers," is a white woodland flower that blooms from March to April. This spring ephemeral is also a perennial native to eastern North America. It also grows naturally in the Pacific Northwest. Dicentra cucullaria is often found in the eastern and Pacific Northwestern woodlands of the United States. The flower grows naturally in the wild on forest floors under dappled sunlight, on moist rocky slopes, and along stream banks. After their blooming cycle ends, the flowers go dormant, and their leaves and stems fall to the ground to make way for summer flowers. Dutchman's Breeches Appearance Dutchman's Breeches range from 6" to 12" tall and bloom for about two weeks. Their creamy white or pinkish flowers resemble pairs of old-fashioned Dutch pantaloons hanging upside-down from a clothesline. Each blossom's outer petals form a puffy 'V' shape that converges in a yellow-tipped base. The plant's feathery compound leaves look like fern fronds, changing color from gray-green to pale yellow before disappearing for the rest of the year. Dutchman's Breeches Is Stunning In Landscapes  Little Blue Staggers makes an attractive addition to many landscapes. The plant is especially well-suited to wildflower and woodland gardens and works well in areas shaded by mature trees. Its beautiful flowers, with their delicate and cheeky blossoms, will surely draw attention to your spring greenery. They should be planted in the fall. They grow from bulb-like underground plant structures called corms, which can multiply underground. Mature corms can be divided and transplanted to propagate new plants. It offers nectar to bumblebees, cuckoo bees, and other bees that feed through the plant's perforations as they pollinate the flowers. Ants also help propagate the plant by carrying its seeds into new territory. If you want to add beauty and a touch of humor to your garden, consider planting a few near your trees. These flowers are a sure way to welcome the first flush of spring.

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Yarrow

Yarrow

Yarrow is a hardy perennial herb with feathery, fern-like leaves and flat-topped clusters of colorful flowers. It is commonly found in meadows and gardens and is known for its medicinal and ornamental properties. Common Yarrow botanical name is Achillea Millefolium, a perennial known for its crown of small, white flowers. Its other names include milfoil, older man's pepper, nosebleed plant, devil's nettle, and soldier's woundwort. The latter name is a reference to its medicinal uses in ancient cultures. Achillea Millefolium is native throughout North America. If you've ever been on a hike, you've seen these flowers while traversing the trail. Yarrow Has Stunning Blooms The Achillea Millefolium or milfoil can grow to heights of up to three feet. The flowers can be white or rose, depending on the soil type of the plant. Gardeners can expect the plant to bloom from April through September. The blooms typically have five petals, and the flowers form in clusters. The plant's scent is pleasant, and the foliage is captivating. This is because the leaves form leaflets that resemble the leaves of ferns. They can reach lengths of five inches. There are branches on this plant, except at the top. Gardeners can enjoy planting the Achillea Millefolium along walls and around foundations. If the chosen side of the hedge receives little wind, it can also be planted along the hedge walls. It also works well in pollinator and butterfly gardens. Draw Pollinators to Your Yard With Yarrow The Achillea Millefolium's flowers attract pollinators, including butterflies and bees, who forage for its pollen. The most common butterflies around Achillea Millefolium are the West Coast Lady and the Lorquin Admiral. It's also been known to attract beetles and moths. Great Plants to Plant Around Yarrow Yarrow does well when planted around the black-eyed susan, coneflower, and catmint. Gardeners who love herb gardens may also want to grow it around their dill, thyme, oregano, and basil plants because milfoil has been known to repel some pests. Gardeners will love the Achillea Millefolium for its beautiful flowers and fern-like appearance. It does well around other wildflowers and herbs, especially when planted in areas with little wind.

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Forsythia

Forsythia

Forsythia has vibrant yellow, bell-shaped flowers that bloom profusely in early spring before their green leaves emerge, creating a striking burst of color in gardens and landscapes. It is a deciduous shrub widely appreciated for its abundant and vibrant yellow flowers that herald the arrival of spring. It offers numerous landscaping benefits, making it a popular choice for gardens and outdoor spaces. One of the primary advantages of incorporating it into landscaping is its early-blooming nature.  The Golden Color Forsythia Forsythia is unparalleled in filling yards with a profusion of golden colors. Their early-season blossoming is so abundant that it covers landscapes in a kaleidoscope of yellow hues, signaling the arrival of spring. Pollinators that emerge during the first signs of spring rely on the nectar produced by these blooms. Seeing these colorful, bell-shaped blossoms arranged so closely together along the stems is breathtaking. They can reach eight to ten feet in height and ten to 12 feet in width. Their bark is rough and gray-brown. They can be erect, rounded, mounded, or arching. Their branches can be straight or curved. You can plant them as focal pieces or in mass groups. Yellow To Purple Foliage With The Forsythia In addition to their showy yellow blossoms, they alter their leaves with the seasons. The leaves transition from green to yellow to purple depending on the time of year. They stay primarily green during the summer and transition from yellow to deep purple hues throughout late autumn, right before falling to the ground. These plants go dormant in the winter. They, particularly the more significant types, are shrubs that proliferate, often reaching a height of two feet in only 12 months. Because they grow fast, they can quickly fill empty spaces in gardens and landscaping. Their fast growth also makes them work well as natural privacy screens. You can even grow them as hedges and borders for gardens and driveways. Their rapid growth also increases their resilience to environmental stresses. Design a Border With Forsythia In addition to their use as natural hedges and borders, forsythias provide a great deal of creative flexibility in design. Planting them side by side along a garden path will cause them to grow inward, creating a natural archway. Some people use them to create focal points. Others use them to help with soil stabilization on sloped banks because of their deep, complex root systems that retain topsoil.

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Blue Flag Iris

Blue Flag Iris

Blue Flag Iris has blue, nectar-rich blooms that are beautiful to various pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. It is a stunning and versatile plant with numerous landscaping benefits. This lovely perennial herbaceous plant is native to North America. Properly known as the Blue Flag Iris, this plant is native to the northeastern region of the United States and the Canadian provinces. Its striking blue flower, often deepening to indigo and violet, grows to a height of roughly three feet. Blue Flag Iris Petals and Sepals Sepals are the parts of the flower surrounding the bud as it develops. The petals are the "flowering part" of the whole flower. In many cases regarding other flowers, the sepals are green and leafy, but when it comes to this plant, they are the same color as the flowers, which forms almost a scintillating effect as the plant blooms from May through July. It is perennial, meaning they'll liven up their garden with magnificent flowers yearly. Blue Flag Iris has Sord-Like Foliage  The plant's leaves resemble swords. They grow in attractive clumps beneath the soaring blue-and-violet flowers. The eye-catching combination of light green swords and sumptuous, 4-inch flowers is a terrific way to draw someone's eye to the center of a garden. Blue Flag Iris Loves Water Because they're hardy plants that thrive near water, in the crepuscular times before people start their day, the beautiful flowers will shimmer in the bright sun when covered with dew. The colors of the plant comprise the bottom of the spectrum, so they complement the refracted colors of the dewdrops and are genuinely a sublime sight to behold. Environmentally Sound As Well As Beautiful While gazing lovingly at these sensational flowers, gardeners will also notice bees and multicolored hummingbirds flitting between the blooming buds all spring and summer. These lovely and lively flowers are healthy for all plants in the garden and sublime viewing. Blue Flag Iris also sports yellow "accessories" throughout June and July. Inside the petals, the yellow patch and spreading veins contrast the deep blue and violet of the sepals and petals. That means the plant is a good-looking flower that "plays nice with others" of the same color and flower shape in any garden.

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Carpet Moss

Carpet Moss

Carpet Moss is a thick, dense, low-growing, and lush green moss species commonly found in shaded, damp environments, forming a dense carpet-like ground cover. It grows densely, creating a low-lying, velvety mat that adds a touch of tranquility to any garden or landscape. It is a versatile and aesthetically pleasing species offering numerous landscaping benefits. It primarily serves as a natural ground cover and an attractive addition to various outdoor spaces in landscaping. Carpet Moss Creates Dense Carpets of Greenery Carpet moss gets its name from its ability to create thick, soft stretches. As it grows across the soil, it creates a charming look reminiscent of high-quality mats. It only grows to one inch in height, so it always has a low, uniform look. It clusters together into such tightly packed mats that you often cannot see the soil underneath, making it an ideal ground cover option. Its rich, emerald green shades help a property look as lively and appealing as possible. It tends to look like a lush, green rug from far away. However, if you look closely at this plant, you'll notice that it consists of dense clusters of small plants. Tiny, feathery fronds peek out of the plant, creating a subtle texture that adds visual appeal to your landscape. Mature can include a blend of bright green, newer stalks, and golden brown, older stalks. All these gentle variations in hue allow it to look even more vibrant and attractive in your yard. How to Landscape With Carpet Moss It is one of the most exciting and versatile plants for a landscape. Some property owners find it can entirely replace grass and create a lush lawn. It is also a charming addition to garden features. Consider setting it between checkerboard pavers to create a life-size chessboard or adding it to a rock garden to create a magical forest appearance. The unique structure of it even allows it to grow over boulders and tree stumps, so landscapers aren't just limited to patches of earth. Adding a whimsical, organic look to your rocks or trees can create a charming pop of green on your property. Enjoy Carpet Moss Throughout the Year As an evergreen perennial, Carpet Moss looks stunning at any time of year. Even in winter, it continues to appear soft and carpet-like. It always maintains its bright, emerald green and golden brown shades, so your property looks lush and colorful even when other plants are dormant.

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Goldenseal Plant

Goldenseal Plant

The Goldenseal Plant is a woodland perennial herb with distinctive lobed leaves and small, greenish-white flowers that give way to bright red berries. It is valued for its properties and has several advantages in landscaping projects. This perennial belongs to the Ranunculaceae family and is renowned for its medicinal properties and striking appearance. The Goldenseal Plant is popular with gardeners for its foliage and flowers. Its botanical name is Hydrastis Canadensis, but it's also called Yellowroot, orangeroot, yellow eye, ground raspberry, and yellow puccoon. It's native to North America and can be found across Vermont into Georgia and as far southwest as Arkansas. It's also grown in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Hydrastis Canadensis is part of the buttercup or Ranunculaceae family, and it gets many of its names from its yellow or golden rhizomes and pale yellow sap. Unique Characteristics of Goldenseal Plant It reaches a height between six and 20 inches. It's characterized by its tiny white flowers that are comprised of stamens and pistols rather than petals. The flowers typically bloom in May and are framed by two leaves with three to seven lobes. The Hydrastis Canadensis is categorized as a perennial herb that develops small, red berry-like fruit. In nature, it's typically found in wooded forests, along hillsides, and in valleys. Attract Birds and Bees with Goldenseal Plant Birdwatchers and individuals looking to create gardens that benefit insects will appreciate it. Hydrastis Canadensis primarily attracts birds, squirrels, and bees, especially honey bees. Squirrels, birds, and other small animals love to eat the berries and seeds that form in late summer. It thrives in shady areas. Gardeners will have the best success planting it around and under trees and large shrubs in shadier areas of their yards. It also works well in herb and flower gardens. Where To Plant Goldenseal Plant Gardeners prefer to plant Hydrastis Canadensis around sugar maple trees, walnut trees, oaks, basswood, white ash, and poplars because it grows well in places without direct sunlight. Additionally, it does well near trout lilies, bloodroot, mayapples, and spring beauties. Goldenseal Plant offers many benefits to home gardeners. It's beloved for its white flowers, yearly blossoming, and ability to grow in areas where other flowers may fail to thrive, like under large shade trees. Hydrastis Canadensis also does well in flower gardens and birdwatching gardens.

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Twilight Crepe Myrtle

Twilight Crepe Myrtle

Twilight Crepe Myrtle, or Lagerstroemia indica, is known for its stunning dark purple foliage and vibrant pink to lavender flowers, which add a striking contrast to garden landscapes. It is a popular choice in landscaping due to its numerous benefits and aesthetic appeal. This deciduous shrub, renowned for its stunning flowers and vibrant foliage, brings a range of advantages to outdoor spaces.   Twilight Crepe Myrtle, also known as Lagerstroemia indica, is a tree with gorgeous purple flowers. Its distinctive trunk makes it easy to use as a living fence for your yard. Twilight Crepe Myrtle Is A Perfect Size The highlight of this 20-foot-tall tree is its flowers. They stay in bloom for longer than most other trees, which makes them a favorite of those who adore floral accents in their yard. They have crimped petals, and each panicle grows to approximately 3 1/2 inches. Each flower is attached to five others, thereby creating six parts. Twilight Crepe Myrtle Blooms For Months The flowers typically last from July through September. After which, brown dehiscent fruits appear in a six-valved capsule. Once a capsule falls to the ground, it splits open to help more trees grow. The bark of these trees exfoliates to reveal multiple shades of gray and brown. When you combine this with the rarity of how long they bloom, you have an eye-catching tree that draws people's attention. The leaves can grow in three patterns: whorls, alternate or opposite. Either way, they grow in groups of three. In autumn, the leaves will change to a stunningly brilliant red. By then, the flowers are gone, leaving only the fall leaves to brighten your yard. Fortunately, the entire process starts again in the spring, so you'll enjoy gorgeous purple or red colors throughout most of the year. Twilight Crepe Myrtle Creates A Homes for Birds  Another good reason you'll want to consider planting them is that they provide the perfect natural habitat for wrens and songbirds. Therefore, if you've ever wanted to experience a nest up close, this tree will make your wish come true. Twilight Crepe Myrtle also provides any lawn with a lot of vertical interest, which gives it fantastic curb appeal. The best presentation is typically in a triangular pattern with three trees, which takes advantage of the tree's rather unusual shape. Rather than having one simple trunk, they spread out into many branches from a low-lying, close to the ground level, creating even more visual appeal.

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Lawn Moss

Lawn Moss

Lawn Moss is a dense, low-growing evergreen groundcover plant that can form a green carpet-like appearance in lawns. It often thrives in shaded or damp areas and provides an alternative ground cover to grass. Lawn moss is an alternative to grass that can benefit your property and the wildlife in your area. Like grass, it will cover your yard relatively uniformly; however, unlike grass, it doesn't grow as tall and won't rely on a root system to keep it healthy. Lawn Moss Can Resist Pests The best reason to use this type of product is that it is highly resistant to most pests. Therefore, in addition to protecting your lawn, you can also protect your home, as whatever is attacking your yard won't feel compelled to enter your house in search of shelter eventually. The lack of pests also means you won't need to put down pesticides or other harsh chemicals that might hurt your pets or children if ingested. Grass can irritate your skin or become too brittle to walk on if it gets too hot or dry. However, this product will create a soft layer to walk on whether you want to venture through the yard with shoes or bare feet. A soft ground cover may also be better for your pets, and this may be especially true as they get older and it gets harder to walk comfortably. The Moss Minimizes Erosion Yards covered with this substance instead of grass are less susceptible to erosion. Therefore, it can be ideal if your yard is on a slope or tends to get wet at any point during the year. As this natural resource tends to need water, it can help to provide a balance that will prevent soil from being washed away. Lawn Moss Won't Get Taller Than 4 Inches Another benefit to Lawn Moss is that you won't need to mow as it rarely grows above four inches. You would only need to mow if you prefer concise growth or want to tame any edges that might be unruly. However, as it grows slowly, you should only need to bring the mower out sometimes.

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Daisy

Daisy

Daisy perennials are known for their large, white, daisy-like flowers with prominent yellow centers, which brighten up gardens during the summer months. The yellow fuzzy center and white blooms of the "he loves me, he loves me not" flower make it a popular choice among homeowners and gardeners for quality perennials. It is one of several aster family (Asteraceae) flowers. These florals have many popular varieties, such as the oxeye (Leucanthemum vulgare), Shasta (L. ×superbum), and English (Bellis perennis). This flowering plant is notable due to its delicate and pointed petals, ranging in various colors from refreshing white to yellow and blue. Whether a gerbera, Shasta, or other variety, these flowers are perennials that return each season to grace your garden with their beauty. The Daisy Has Striking Yellow Centers  Each bloom of this flower dazzles with a striking yellow center. Its exterior features pristine petals that contrast brilliantly against the middle, almost like snow striking freshly fallen snow. Typically associated with spring and summer, these flowers make excellent garden accents, window box flowers, or centerpieces in a hand-picked bouquet. For centuries, people have chosen this flower for its rich symbolism. It represents many prized virtues, including purity, innocence, and eternal love. Its various meanings make it an excellent addition to any garden and only enhance its beauty as it flourishes. From blooming in raised flower beds to lining a charming garden pathway, these floral delights are an excellent way to infuse your landscape with extraordinary charm and beauty. The Daisy Is Very Resilient  The florals that bloom from this plant are known for being resistant. They can thrive in many climates and weather conditions. They will continue to delight with their bright petals and beautiful blossoms, whether rain or shine. This flower can infuse any space with joy and positivity thanks to its cheerful appearance. Planting them just beyond windows and along garden pathways makes for an excellent pick-me-up whenever you see them. Daisy's Look Beautiful In Bouquets  Whether Daisy is planted in gardens, window boxes, or bundled in bouquets, the versatility of this perennial flower is endless. Thanks to its eye-catching yet simplistic beauty, it captivates and enchants rustic and contemporary garden spaces. Whether crafting a cozy cottage in the countryside or brightening up a commercial landscape, you cannot go wrong with these florals front and center.

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Yellow Trillium

Yellow Trillium

Yellow Trillium is a showy spring-blooming wildflower with golden, three-petaled flowers and mottled leaves, typically found in woodlands and forests. They are an excellent choice for landscaping due to their numerous positive attributes. These beautiful native North American wildflowers possess unique characteristics that can enhance any garden or outdoor space. From their striking appearance to their role in promoting biodiversity, they offer various benefits for landscape design. Yellow Trillium, also known as Trillium luteum, is a member of the lily family. They bloom between April and May and produce a faint scent of lemon. Due to their growing pattern, these gorgeous flowers can be planted next to other perennials that bloom in mid to late summer. The Stunning Leaves Of The Yellow Trillium Each of these plants has three leaves, and they range in appearance from dark green to light green. Additionally, they may have a few hints of silver, which gives them an extra pop of color. Over time, these herbaceous perennials can grow up to 16 inches tall. You'll see yours grow and expand, but you can divide them during the summer. One trimerous flower sticks up out of the trio of leaves surrounding it. In keeping with the pattern of its leaves, the flower has three petals, three carpels, three stamens, and three sepals. Interestingly, these flowers do not have stalks, but they do have erect petals. Once their flowering season ends, these plants will dormant in the summertime. However, they'll exit dormancy for the late winter season. One Yellow Trillium Gives You Many They are self-seeders, so once you've planted the first one, you'll typically see others rise. They rely on ants to help them spread their seeds. Each new flower will grow beautifully from the plant's center and stick straight into the air. Meanwhile, the leaves grow outward and may slightly swoop toward the ground. The mottled leaves can vary in intensity, with some being primarily green while a light gray shade almost entirely covers others. They provide the perfect backdrop for these stunning light gold flowers. Yellow Trillium Can Be Planted Anywhere Although Yellow Trillium can be planted anywhere, they have a unique natural habitat. They typically grow around the Great Smoky Mountains, where they help bring light and beauty to the area. What's truly unusual, though, is how many will naturally arise in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. It's unknown why they flock to this specific city, but it certainly provides a bright point of interest for those living there.

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Hay Scented Fern

Hay Scented Fern

The Hay-Scented Fern is a deciduous fern known for its delicate, finely divided fronds and a distinctive fragrance reminiscent of freshly mown hay when crushed, commonly found in woodland areas. It is a versatile and attractive plant with numerous landscaping benefits. This deciduous plant is native to North America and can be valuable to garden designs, incorporating texture, ground cover, and visual interest. Hay-Scented Fern Characteristics and Usage  The Hay Scented Fern offers gardeners and landscapers a convenient way to provide green ground coverage to any outdoor area. The fronds have a striking appearance due to their intricate leaflets. They also give off a unique scent, which is how they get their name. If you want to plant these intriguing plants in your yard or garden, read on as we tell you what you need to know about them.  Aesthetics Of This native Fern  The short answer is yes. The fronds of the Hay Scented Fern have individually cut leaflets that grow opposite each other. The subleaflets mimic the frond's appearance, resulting in a very intricate design and a microcosm of the plant as a whole. The color of the fronds is a verdant green in the spring and summer, giving way to a golden yellow in the fall - evocative of the colors that we commonly associate with that time of year. So, the Hay-Scented Fern will naturally keep up with the motifs of the changing seasons. The fronds of the Hay-Scented Fern are unique because they grow straight up from the underground rhizome (the stem). The fronds spread over spring and summer to cover the soil below. Hay-scented fern fronds can grow about a foot wide and up to four feet tall They have a blade-like shape that tapers to a fine point. Even at the very tip of the fronds, you can still see tiny leaflets mimicking the overall shape of the leaves. This makes them very intricate plants that evoke awe and wonder at nature's designs, whether you are looking at them up close or from afar. The fern adds a lush, forest-like aesthetic to outdoor areas. It is found in wooded areas in North America and has been added to many landscapes to affect the calm, serene aesthetic of dewy forest with dense undergrowth. Of course, the Hay Scented Fern offers gardeners an easy way to add a touch of green to brown or drab landscape areas. They work exceptionally well as edgers around hardscapes and can be used to replace grass where it may be challenging to grow. Love To Smell Fresh Cut Hay? Hay Scented Ferns Has This Summer Aroma  The beauty of the Hay-Scented Fern does not end with its visual qualities. It entices the sense of smell as well. When the fronds are rubbed, pressed, or otherwise disturbed, they give off a distinct scent of freshly cut hay. The aroma is evocative of the smells we associate with the summer months and adds an immersive element to your yard or garden.  What Does Hay-Scented Fern Offer?  It's clear that the Hay Scented Fern is a beautiful plant, but are there any practical benefits to growing it? Indeed, and here are just a few advantages: They Provide A Habitat for Wildlife - The Hay-Scented Fern provides good cover for small, ground-dwelling animals. So, if you want to make your property a sanctuary for various wildlife, this fern will provide immediate appeal. The spores on the underside of the fronds are also food for certain insects that help enrich the soil.  They Prevent Soil Erosion- This is a deciduous type of fern, which means it sheds its fronds every year only to grow new ones in the spring. This helps to stabilize the soil and prevent erosion from overdrying. The roots of the fern can also help bind the soil. They Are A Native Fern-As a fern native to North America, the hay-scented fern is easy to grow and maintain and helps purify the soil.  Other ferns like this also help remove toxins from the soil and even purify the air. They Keep Away Deer - If you are having trouble with deer damaging your plants, the Hay-Scented Fern can deter them. Lining the edge of your lawn or garden with Hay-Scented Fern can help keep deer away as they are not attracted to this type of plant. Hay-Scented Fern Frequently Asked Questions  Now let's cover some important topics about this fern and how to take care of them:  What is the Hay-Scented Fern Used for?  In suburban gardens, the Hay-Scented Fern is often used as groundcover and to provide some greenery to a landscape. In more rural areas, Hay-Scented Ferns can repel deer and other small, problematic critters.  How Big Do Hay-Scented Ferns Grow? The fronds of the Hay Scented Fern can stretch to about a foot wide. The plant can reach a height between one and four feet at maturity. Their size makes them an excellent choice for small garden areas. And if you have a large area you need to cover, they can spread quickly if you have ample shade. Do Hay-Scented Ferns Like Sun or Shade? The light requirements for Hay Scented Ferns are shaded to partially shaded areas. They also like acidic, moist soil that drains well.  How Do You Plant Hay-Scented Ferns? It's best to plant these ferns in the spring. The hole should be the depth of the rootball itself and twice as wide. The crown should be about ½" below the surface of the soil. Add compost to enrich the soil and help the Hay-Scented Fern grow properly. When Should I Prune Hay-Scented Ferns? Pruning is necessary for these ferns unless fronds or leaflets are yellowing or dying before the season. To prune, cut back the fronds down to the soil line. Any pruning should be done in the early spring after all growth has ceased. Easy and Fun Planting The prime fern specimens we sell here at TN Nursery will have you growing beautiful green plants in no time. Plus, we offer grower direct pricing so you can beautify your garden affordably. Enjoy the beauty and practical benefits of ferns by placing an order today Hay-Scented Fern Smells Like Fresh Hay That's Just Been Harvested Hay Scented Fern Dennstaedtia punctiloba, a deciduous fern, has the aroma of freshly cut hay when crushed. Up to two feet (60 cm) tall, they may extend to three or four feet (0.9-1.2 m) broad. The rhizomes of this fern, which are underground stems, are responsible for the fern's singular growth. The fronds of the hay-scented fern become a delicate yellow in the autumn. This ground cover's long lifespan is a great asset, and it's a hardy native favorite that cleans toxins from the air and the soil.  These ferns form dense clumps and are known to keep deer away. Hay-scented ferns may be found from Newfoundland to Alabama, although the eastern states of North America have the greatest concentration. U.S.D.A. climatic zones 3-8 are home to hay-scented ferns.  Forest floors are carpeted with a lush green carpet of moss and ferns. Meadows, farms, and cliffs are other typical habitats for these plants.  How to Grow a Hay-scented Fern in Your Garden Hay-scented ferns are very simple to grow since they are resilient and quickly establish themselves in the garden. A well-drained region is ideal for these ferns. Add some compost to your soil if it's lacking in nutrients. To keep the ferns from interfering with one other, you should plant them approximately 18 inches (45 centimeters) apart.  Slightly acidic soil is ideal for these ferns, which thrive in partial shade. They will not seem as lush and vibrant when grown in a whole light. Ferns in a Haystack The hay-scented fern are challenging to control once it has taken root and spread. Pulling off part of the spring growth will curb the spread of these stubborn plants if your garden needs it. Caring for a hay-scented fern does take little energy. Fish emulsion fertilizer may be used to restore the color of your ferns if they begin to fade. It has been reported that these ferns may last for a decade. Uses of Hay-Scented Ferns Wildlife Significance of Hay-Scented Ferns The Hay-Scented Fern's environmental significance to animals is pretty poor. Like other ferns, it does not constitute a significant food source; however, a few insects allegedly feed on the spore-bearing fronds. You may use them as a border-edging ground cover and naturalize your landscape with them This hardy fern favorite is native to open woodlands. Its natural elegance can enhance any space, whether it's growing in a pot, adding charm to gardens, or providing flawless ground cover. Decorative Attributes of Hay Scented Fern Also known as dennstaedtia punctilobula, this classy and stylish greenery is both functional and decorative in a laid-back way. The plant has narrow fronds that create bright green leaves throughout the spring and summer. In fall, the fronds turn golden yellow to display a stunning seasonal color. These plants provide superior ground cover, and because of their decorative qualities, the fragrant ferns can add texture and splashes of bright greenery to shade gardens. The greenery also makes a unique and striking border for garden beds. Scented types exude an aroma of freshly cut hay in the late summer, which is how this plant got its name. The wonderful aroma smells like summer itself, with the fragrance of freshly mowed lawns hanging sweetly in the warm air. When the stems are disturbed or broken, they release a fresh, summery fragrance. Perhaps because of this scent, the plant repels rabbits and deer, which many gardeners appreciate. Because these deciduous plants lose their leaves in late fall and early winter, they produce fresh growth throughout the spring and summer because they are shade perennials. Hay Scented Fern Reaches 2 feet in height at maturity Unlike many other species, Hay Scented Fern has individual fronds that grow almost straight up from an underground stem called a rhizome. Plants can be up to two feet tall and four feet wide. The feathery, finely textured fronds are appreciated for their lush and abundant appearance. After emerging from the creeping underground stems, the fronds spread slowly, forming clusters of bright green carpeting over the ground. Abundant little leaflets give the fronds their lush, feathery appeal. Hay Scented Fern Has Unique Foliage  The small leaflets have finely serrated margins and pointy, lance-shaped tips positioned alternately along the length of the stem. The fronds provide a stunning explosion of vibrant green foliage, making a spectacular backdrop for any surrounding landscape.

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Coral Red Dogwood

Coral Red Dogwood

The Coral Red Dogwood is a shrub prized for its vibrant scarlet stems in winter and clusters of white flowers in spring, adding year-round visual interest to landscapes. This stunning deciduous shrub boasts vibrant scarlet stems that add a splash of boldness to any landscape. With its captivating beauty, versatility, and hardiness, the plant is a gem that will elevate your outdoor sanctuary to new heights. The coral red dogwood gets its name from its brilliant scarlet stems, which stand out in the bleakness of winter. The scientific community knows it as Cornus Sericea, which can reach a height of six to nine feet. However, gardeners and plant lovers often call it the scarlet twig. Cornus Sericea is native to North America and is a great yard addition. Identifying Coral Red Dogwood It can be identified by its stringy, slightly elastic white pith. The American Indians knew the shrub as kinnikinik, and it's one of 50 species found in North America. It is known for its bright, scarlet branches and white flowers. The branches are most prominent in winter, and the flowers usually appear in the spring. If left unpruned, it can grow up to nine feet with a nine to ten-foot canopy. The leaves range from two to five inches and two inches wide with prominent veining. In the summer, the white flowers produce clusters of white or blue-tinged fruits called drupes. Gardeners can watch the leaves change from green to orange in the fall and finally scarlet. Help Attract Birds By Using Coral Red Dogwood It produces fruit in the summer that attracts a wide variety of birds. Gardeners can enjoy watching American goldfinches, eastern bluebirds, purple finches, and cardinals. It also attracts butterflies and bees. Make a Statement with This Coral Red Dogwood It can provide visual interest and make a statement in your yard and around your home. These shrubs can be planted in rows or alongside other shrubs and bushes to add variety and create natural borders between property lines. It is prized for its scarlet stems in winter and beautiful white flowers in the spring. It can be planted alongside pussy willow, maiden grass, hibiscus, winterberry, and azaleas to create a beautifully landscaped yard with plenty of curb appeal.  

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Royal Fern

Royal Fern

The Royal Fern is a large, striking fern with feathery fronds and a distinctive crown of fertile fronds. It is typically found in wetland habitats and is appreciated for its ornamental appeal in gardens. The Royal Fern is distinctive from other plants in the class because of its notable size. Specifically, this is one of the largest that grows outside of tropical zones in the United States. Also known as the osmunda regalis, the plant thrives in areas of the yard that are moist, including both shady and partially shady spots. Why should you include it in your landscaping plans? The Appearance Of Royal Fern The plant is appropriately named because it can grow up to six feet tall, and its size at maturity often makes it a solid focal point in yards. The fronds can be as comprehensive as 16 inches and feature up to nine pinna pairs, each with up to 13 pinnules. These qualities, combined with the healthy green color and the point shape of the fronts, add a rich texture to your yard that elevates aesthetics. The Wildlife Attraction and Tolerance Of Royal Fern While some wildlife is welcome in your yard, others can cause considerable damage and should be deterred. The potential damage from foragers like deer and rabbits is deterred as these animals do not use this plant for food. However, turtles, birds, and frogs, which generally do not cause damage, often seek shelter in their bushy leaves. Royal Fern is Pest Resistant While hungry insects often feed on various types of plants, it is well-known for repelling them. Specifically, the recognizable leaves have particular proteins that repel many kinds of insects. Any insects that do find their way to these plants often become food for the birds and other animals that live under the fronds for protection from the elements and their natural predators. When Royal Ferns are planted three feet apart, as recommended, there is little concern about them outgrowing their allocated space. The plants grow only a few inches yearly and do not need to be cut back to prevent overgrowth. As a result, it takes many years for the plant to reach its full size, and minimal care of this low-maintenance plant is required.

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Winterberry

Winterberry "Winter Red"

The Winterberry is a deciduous shrub prized for its vibrant display of bright red berries in late fall. It adds color to the winter landscape. The shrub loses its leaves and has red berries adorning the limbs. The shrub is part of the holly or Aquifoliaceae family. Its official name is Alex Verticillata, but gardeners know it as the winter red winterberry bush. It gets its name from its bright red berries, which remain on the tree for most of the fall. This shrub is prized for its berries because they add color to the otherwise stark landscape. This bush is common in North America. Features of the Winterberry "Winter Red" Southern Gentleman will help ensure berries. This deciduous shrub grows to heights of between six and eight feet with a similar spread. In late spring and early summer, white flowers start developing on these bushes. Once the flowers are pollinated, berries begin to grow. The berries ripen in late fall. The leaves are deep green and fall off in the winter, leaving only the berries. Best Places for Winterberry The Llex Verticillata does well in rain gardens and can be used for hedge walls containing different shrubs. It can even be used for foundation plantings and added to native gardens. Birds Love the Berries of the Winterberry If you're looking to attract birds to your home, the Lex Verticillata makes a great addition to your yard. The birds will visit this bush all fall for the berries. If you want to enjoy viewing the berries in the fall, the Llex Verticillata should be planted near the Southern Gentleman. The good news is that just one Southern Gentleman can pollinate up to nine Llex Verticillata bushes. Additional shrubs, plants, and flowers include the blue flag iris, red hot poker, prairie sky switchgrass, the American beautyberry, and the autumn glow. The Winterberry is an excellent addition to rain gardens. It adds color to the snow when most other plants, trees, and shrubs have hibernated. This shrub can also be used in hedge walls and mixed gardens.

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Old Fashion Snowball

Old Fashion Snowball

Old Fashion Snowball is a showy deciduous shrub prized for its spherical clusters of large, flashy, sterile white flowers that resemble snowballs, adding charm and elegance to gardens and landscapes. It is a versatile and aesthetically pleasing shrub that offers numerous benefits when incorporated into landscaping. The old-fashioned snowball is a flowering shrub that was a mainstay in residential yards decades ago. Many people may remember these eye-catching shrubs when visiting their older relatives' houses. Of course, if you've never heard of this shrub, you may be surprised to learn that it's been around for centuries. It was first introduced into the United States in the 1700s. Its botanical name is Viburnum Opulus, and it's prized for its large white flowers. Other names for this bush include the Japanese or European bush. Prized Features of the Old Fashion Snowball Viburnum Opulus is a flowering shrub. Its large, round flowers, which have a three-inch diameter, are prevalent in late spring and summer. The flowers are initially green, then turn white and sometimes pink. These shrubs can reach heights of between six and 12 feet. In the fall, the green leaves turn red and purple, which helps give this bush three-season appeal. Best Landscaping Uses For Old Fashion Snowball Landscapers and gardeners can plant this vibrant bush anywhere they have space in their yard. Due to their lush foliage, they look best along fencelines and as focal points in medium—to large yards. They also make incredible living privacy fences. Old Fashion Snowball Is Great For Pollinator Gardens Old Fashion Snowball is a great shrub to add if you're looking to attract more bees and butterflies to your home. The pollen and nectar attract butterflies and bees, and the red fruit and its seeds attract birds, which is excellent for the birdwatcher in your family. Since Old Fashion Snowball can grow to a height of 12 feet, gardeners may want to choose plants to fill the void created by the shrub's stem and foliage. Great plants to plant under the Viburnum Opulus include lobelia, bacopa, and alyssum. Additionally, smaller bushes and shrubs usually do well under the viburnum. Gardeners can also plant vica vines and English ivy around these bushes. Gardeners who want to turn their yards into a botanical show will love the Viburnum Opulus. They're prized for their large round flowers and three-season appeal.

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Blue Vervain

Blue Vervain

The sky-blue flowers bloom throughout the summer, adding color to any outdoor space. Its slender, lance-shaped leaves and overall graceful growth habit enhance its visual appeal. As a result, it can be used as a focal point in flowerbeds or as an attractive backdrop for other plants, creating a captivating display in gardens. Blue Vervain Reaches Up To 5 Feet Tall Blue Vervain has rough hairs and branching, and four-angled stems of the tall, leggy perennial wildflower known as blue vervains give them an exquisite look. They typically bloom each year from June to October. The first to bloom are those at the flower's base. The flowers open and ascend the stems with pointy tips and coarsely serrated edges. They resemble candelabras (chandeliers) because of all the flower spikes that form on top. They grow up to five feet tall. Blue Vervain Adds Structure and Texture It features a bushy growth habit and dense foliage, making it ideal for adding structure to your yard. Its bushy appearance makes yards look fuller. The lance-shaped leaves come from their stems in alternating patterns, creating a textural contrast with other plants. The tiny, brightly colored blossoms enhance the aesthetic and architectural appeal of gardens and landscaping. Their blooms boast a variety of colors, ranging from blue to deep purple to light lavender. On rare occasions, the flowers are white. The blooms have five joined petals at the base that create a small tube and are around 1/4 inch wide. A little stem supports the thin, lance-oblong leaves that grow up to seven inches long and one inch wide. These leaves have a pointy tip, coarsely serrated margins, and a broad base. The slightly hairy stems can be either green or reddish. Blue Vervain Has Purple & Blue Blooms They have bright blue-purple flowers containing a lot of nectar and pollen, which attract butterflies and other pollinators, such as bees and hummingbirds. Both the Verbena moth and the Common Buckeye butterfly lay their eggs on blue vervains. These plants usually attract the most pollinators during late summer and fall. Because few other plants bloom simultaneously, they attract many late-flying pollinators, which is good for the environment because it increases biodiversity.

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Northern Spice Bush

Northern Spice Bush

Northern Spice Bush is a deciduous shrub with aromatic green leaves, clusters of small yellow flowers, and red berries. It often attracts wildlife and provides a splash of color in woodland areas. It brings many benefits when thoughtfully integrated into landscaping designs, making it a valuable and ecologically significant addition to outdoor spaces. The Northern Spice Bush is popular with gardeners and landscapers because of its pleasant scent. It's often referred to as the spicebush or wild allspice. Its botanical name is Lindera Benzoin, and it's part of the Laural or Lauraceae family, which includes the bay laurel, California laurel, cassia, and avocado plants. It's native to eastern North America and can be found in Maine and New York. However, it can also be seen as far south as Florida and southwest into Texas and Arkansas. The Looks of Northern Spice Bush Gardeners revere it for its aromatic leaves and flowers, which have a distinct scent when crushed. This deciduous shrub typically grows up to 15 feet tall and wide but can sometimes reach 20 feet. Gardeners can expect it to develop flowers from March through May and produce red berries from late summer through October. The leaves are green in the summer and change color in the fall. The leaves typically reach lengths of between two and six inches. Attracting Wildlife with Northern Spice Bush Gardeners looking to spice up their wildlife viewing opportunities will love planting them. This shrub attracts all birds, bees, and small mammals. The bees are attracted to the flowers, and birds, especially the very wood thrush, are drawn to its berries. This shrub also attracts squirrels and butterflies. Best Spots to Plant Northern Spice Bush in Your Yard Northern Spice Bush can grow up to 15 feet high and wide; it's best to plant it in open areas. It looks best as the focal point of a shade or rain garden or along the perimeter of front and backyards. The shrub can be planted next to several perennials, including grape hyacinth and monkshood. Gardeners can plant blue spruce and deep green hemlock next to Lindera Benzoin, and the shrub does well around dogwood and red vein dianthus. The shrub is an excellent plant for most gardens. It thrives next to other trees and shrubs and makes a statement with its signature scent.

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Jewelweed Plant

Jewelweed Plant

It is known for its vibrant appearance and unique characteristics and offers various landscaping benefits. Its inclusion can contribute to a garden or outdoor space's overall aesthetic appeal and ecological balance.  Jewelweed (Impatiens capensis) is an annual wildflower known as orange balsam and spotted touch-me-not. Some say it gets its name from the sparkling dewdrops that line its leaves in the morning, while others contend that the brilliant, red-spotted orange flowers glow like bright jewels. These flowers are also famous for their explosive seed pods, which give the plant the name "touch-me-not." Native to northern and eastern North America, it starts blooming in June and continues until it succumbs to October frosts. The flower grows naturally in cool, low woodlands and decorates shady stream banks, creek banks, lakesides, and marshes. The Appearance Of Jewelweed Orange balsam is a lush green wildflower that grows 3'–5' tall. It branches prolifically and produces a profusion of inch-long, spotted orange blossoms with blood-orange or red markings. Each delicate blossom hangs from its stalk among neighboring flowers. They have two lips, five petals, and three sepals, one of which is a pouch-shaped structure with a nectar spur that curves back under the rest of the flower. The blooms form small clusters that rise above the herb's upper leaves. The Jewelweed's round green to reddish-grTNeen stems are smooth, succulent, and semi-translucent. Its toothed, spade-shaped, bluish-green leaves are usually about 2½"–3" long and grow alternating on the herb's upper stems. Jewelweed Is Great In Woodland Gardens  Jewelweed makes a beautiful addition to woodland gardens, shady rain gardens, and pollinator gardens. It's great for ponds, bog gardens, and lowland areas. Although it's an annual, this wildflower tends to return once established. Pollinators Love Jewelweed Plant The blossoms attract butterflies and other pollinators. Hummingbirds and bumblebees, the herb's primary pollinators, find nourishment in its sweet nectar and play a significant role in its successful propagation. It is also a food source for moth caterpillars, bobwhite quail, mice, and deer, and it is fond of its stems, leaves, and seeds. If you'd like to add a bright pop of orange to your summer garden, planting it will bring joy to your landscape with its delightful blooms.

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Cushion Moss

Cushion Moss

Cushion moss is a low-growing, densely matted plant that forms a lush green ground cover in shady, moist environments. It's a versatile evergreen ground cover with numerous air-cleaning benefits. Its distinctive formation and adaptability make it a favored choice for enhancing outdoor spaces in water gardens and features, shade, and damp areas. Cushion Moss Has Breathtaking Looks Cushion Moss grows in thick, pillow-shaped mounds that are at least as big as a pincushion. These mounds can grow up to a foot in diameter. The new stems are long and pointed in winter or late autumn. Their beaked, blunt end caps and golden to reddish brown shades are telltale signs of maturity. They are vibrant green and also form dense, round cushions. They can split off and grow into new plants, a process known as fragmentation, which helps with asexual reproduction. This is how the plant can cover such a large area so fast. The dense foliage that this form provides shelter and protection to various animals and tiny organisms. They retain moisture, creating ideal microclimates for insects, spiders, and other invertebrates. These microclimates help to build more significant habitats for larger species. They even act as a thick layer of insulation, reducing the impact of severe temperatures and creating a steady habitat for creatures who live on or under it. Because of their insulating qualities and gentle texture, they are a favored nesting material for many tiny animals and birds. They absorb pollutants from the air, making them excellent natural air purifiers. Tiny, hair-like structures known as rhizoids and papillae cover the surface, serving as a net for airborne dust and catching it on the surface. The structure then uses capillary action and microbial processes to digest and decompose the particles after they are within it. They also have bacteria that can transform pollution into usable biomass. Get Rid of Weeds With Cushion Moss It is an excellent weed suppressor because it can form a physical barrier, release allelopathic chemicals, and shade the soil. Their enhanced ability to better compete with weeds for nutrients also contributes to their weed suppression abilities. In addition to stabilizing the dirt and stopping plant colonization, their thick growth habit further prevents weed seed germination. Cushion Moss, also known as a pincushion, is a type of low-growing plant that is very densely packed together. Its primary role is to serve as an evergreen covering over the ground, offering numerous cleansing benefits for the air. It’s highly adaptable to various gardens and landscapes and naturally welcoming and inviting. Beyond its lush appearance, it also serves a primary role in the ecosystem of many frogs, insects, and spiders. It can help contribute to a healthy and vibrant garden. Officially called leucobryum glaucum, it is native to the forests of North America. It thrives the best in moist areas with plenty of shade but can do well with minimal sunlight. It also prefers soil that is a bit more sandy and less dense. You’ll most commonly find it in moist gardens, rock gardens, alongside pathways, or near water areas. It is instantly recognizable for its green color, which sometimes has a tint of blue. The drier it gets. However, the more the blue tint begins to fade, the lighter the green will become. In many ways, it is like nature’s carpet. It’s very soothing to step barefoot over and help you connect with nature. For this reason, its luxuriant appearance can turn a dull landscape into a pleasant and soothing one. What is the Appeal of Cushion Moss To Gardeners It offers many benefits for gardeners beyond its plush feel or verdant appearance. It acts as a natural mulch to keep weed growth to a minimum and help the soil beneath it retain moisture. This allows the soil in gardens to remain hydrated even during drought. Another benefit to it is how low maintenance it is. It only requires minimal pruning and watering to maintain its vibrancy. This makes it a good choice for those who want a lush landscape that doesn’t require much care. It is a low-maintenance plant that will help protect your soil, promote a healthy ecosystem, and create a welcoming environment for your landscape or garden.

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Chicory

Chicory

Chicory's vibrant blue flowers attract bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects. This fosters biodiversity and supports the local ecosystem. As pollinators visit, it blooms; they also pollinate nearby plants, enhancing the overall fertility and productivity of the landscape. This plant is known as the "blue daisy" for its attractive round blue flowers with a petal and sepal pattern similar to daisies. The plant is also known to have white or pink blooms, but these examples are rare. Chicory Is A Tall Perennial Chicory grows to 5 feet tall but is most commonly about 2 feet tall. When grown close together, the light blue flowers form a canopy, creating a pleasing focal point in any garden. Being blue, these flowers mesh well with other blue varieties, such as California bluebells or Northern Blue Flags. Because blue daisies are lighter, you can ring them around any flowers of darker blue to create a visual transition to flowers of other colors. These flowers have different leaves based on how old they are. In their first season, leaves form at the base of the stems. These attractive, curly leaves can grow about a foot long and create a separate focal point for the blue flowers. During their second or any following season, the leaves are smaller and grow further up the stems. Unlike many other plants, blue daisies lack petioles, so the leaves seem to clasp the stem lovingly, which creates a sweet effect. The Blooms Of The Chicory The flowers of this plant only last one day, but the plant grows new flowers every day throughout the spring and summer. The flower buds generally open at or shortly after dawn, and by sunset, the flowers are closing again as new ones prepare to open the next day. It's possible to take time-lapse photos or videos of these flowers and see them "wink" throughout the day. This charming phenomenon is not unique to blue daisies but is particularly noteworthy among these flowers. Pollinators Love Chicory  Even though Chicory blooms only last a day or so each, they are still an essential nectar source for pollinators like the bumblebee and certain butterfly species. Generally, these insects will flock to a cluster of blue daisies in the early afternoon. These plants are pretty hardy, too, so in addition to being good-looking, they prevent soil leaching and erosion and contribute to the health of any garden.

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Walking Fern

Walking Fern

The walking fern is a small, trailing perennial known for its unique ability to reproduce by growing new plantlets at the tips of its fronds, giving it the appearance of "walking" across the forest floor.  These fascinating and unique plants can bring natural beauty and intrigue to any landscape. These attributes make them highly desirable for landscaping projects in wild and cultivated settings. Here are some critical characteristics that make them excellent additions to any landscaping endeavor.  Walking Fern, or Asplenium rhizophyllum, are low-lying perennial evergreens and typically relatively small. They're also an opportunistic plant, meaning they'll grow on fallen tree trunks, rocks, or land. As long as there's some moisture nearby, they're good to go. The Frond Blades Of Walking Fern They have smooth, narrow, and elongated dark green blades. Each frond blade is shaped like a triangle and comes to a tiny tip. Because of this, the bulk of this plant comprises the bottom portion of each one. Furthermore, you'll notice that this unique evergreen has eared lobes on both sides. As mentioned, they take any opportunity to grow and run with it! Essentially, wherever its parent touches the ground is where they'll call their home. From there, these evergreens appear to be trekking across the ground, hence their name. The Lifecycle Of The Walking Fern Although their root tips are where each new seedling comes from, the entire process is a bit more complex. The form that most people see is only one of a two-part cycle. Water is an essential component of making new life. Without it, the gametes cannot fertilize the eggs. Fortunately, this is something other than something to worry about as they naturally grow in mossy, watery areas. Walking Fern Multiples Quickly  You can plant Walking Fern in various places, but looking for a mossy area in the shade is best. Either way, sit back and watch out once they've been planted! One plant will turn into two quite quickly, which will then propagate further and further. It's possible to purchase one of these evergreens and end up with at least a handful. Their reproduction rate and method make them a favorite of people who usually have difficulty growing things. They provide a very appealing look for a natural lawn, and you won't have to do much to ensure they survive and thrive.

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Foam Flower

Foam Flower

Foam Flower is a perennial plant with delicate, frothy spikes of white or pinkish blooms and deeply lobed, attractive foliage resembling foamy. It is a beautiful and beneficial plant with numerous advantages in landscaping projects. This herbaceous perennial belongs to the Saxifragaceae family and is admired for its delicate bloom spikes and attractive foliage. One of the primary benefits of incorporating it into landscaping is its captivating appearance. Foam Flower (Tiarella cordifolia), the Allegheny, is a gorgeous spring wildflower with feathery white spires that look lovely in sun-dappled gardens. With time, its foliage will form colonies with an excellent ground cover in shady spots. Where Foam Flower Can Be Found  It is native to wooded areas in eastern North America. This perennial can be found on seeps and stream banks, by creeks, in clearings, and under maple, hemlock, and white cedar trees. Along the eastern coast, it starts blooming in mid-March and continues to blossom through April. It owes its name to the sprays of tiny white to pinkish blooms that cover its three- to four-inch-long racemes. These delicate blossoms float around the tips of their long, graceful stems, which rise one to three feet above mounds of low-growing leaves. After it fades, the plant's foliage stays lush and glossy. The plant's bright green leaves grow up to four inches wide and usually have three to five lobes. The leaves' shape, color, and pattern can vary depending on the cultivar. They may stay evergreen in warmer climates, but their leaves and rosettes often turn red and bronze in the fall when temperatures cool down. Foam Flower Loves Shade Tiarella cordifolia brings soft, gentle intrigue to shady spots in your landscape. These blooms work beautifully in ornamental, wildflower, and woodland gardens beside ferns and blooms like Solomon's seal, dwarf crested iris, and bluebells. It adds a magical quality to small and mass plantings, grows under trees, and suits spacious pots and planters well. It also makes a lovely border or ground cover. It can be propagated by dividing and replanting the roots in late fall or starting from seed indoors, around ten weeks before the last spring freeze. Once the frost has parted, you can plant the seedling outside. It lures bees and other pollinators to your landscape, making them a valuable addition. Some small mammals eat its seeds for nourishment. Foam Flower Adds Whimsical Charm To Your Garden  Planting foam flowers will add whimsical charm to your springtime garden. Once established in your landscape, you can enjoy their showy blooms for years.

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Oxeye Daisy

Oxeye Daisy

Oxeye Daisy is a perennial wildflower with white, daisy-like flowers featuring yellow centers and deeply lobed leaves, often found in meadows and fields, adding charm to natural landscapes. It's known for its radiant white petals and sunny yellow center. It is a charming perennial with numerous landscaping benefits. Its innate qualities make it a popular choice among gardeners and landscapers alike. Oxeye Daisy, which blooms single or in clusters from May through September, can reach a height of three feet on their tall, thick individual stems. The flowers they produce are multiple flowers in one. 15 to 35 white (ray flower) petals surround the flower head, which consists of 400 to 500 yellow disk flowers. This flower's distinctive feature is its enormous, spherical blossom head. Each bloom can reach up to three inches in diameter. When full-grown, these plants can get up to two feet wide. Once established, you'll likely always have daisies since they are so good at self-seeding. Oxeye Daisy Has Unique Foliage  This plant has dark green, spoon-shaped leaves that taper into narrow, serrated ones as they grow up the stem. The enormous leaves appear around the plant's base; they are about six inches long and two inches wide and have as many as 15 lobed edges. The top leaves are thin, alternately placed, and sometimes clasp against the stem. These clasping leaves, which are one to four inches long, also have lobed edges. Typically, a leaf's number of teeth or lobed edges increases as it grows higher on the stalk. Save The Pollinators With Oxeye Daisy The oxeye daisy is the most significant type. Pollen and nectar found in these flowers are essential for the survival of several pollinating insects, such as moths, beetles, butterflies, hoverflies, and beetles. The male disk flowers emit a ring of yellow pollen around the periphery, while the many tiny flowers that compose the flower's yellow center contain nectar. Adding these flowers to your yard or garden is a perfect way to lure pollinators and increase their biodiversity. Oxeye Daisy Attracts Good Bugs These plants are magnets for good bugs, such as pollen-feeding beetles, which eat nasty bugs like aphids. Animals like cattle stay away from areas with these flowers because they irritate the wildlife's lips, nostrils, and legs. These characteristics make the plant an excellent form of pest and wildlife control.

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Chinese Snowball Bush

Chinese Snowball Bush

Chinese Snowball Bush is a popular ornamental shrub in landscaping due to its striking appearance and various benefits to outdoor spaces. Native to China, this deciduous shrub belongs to the Caprifoliaceae family and can reach a height of up to 12 feet with an equal spread. When used in landscaping, it offers several advantages that enhance the aesthetics and functionality of the environment. Understanding the Chinese Snowball Bush The Chinese snowball bush is an extravagant deciduous flowering plant that can reach 20 feet wide and 25 feet tall. These plants grow to their largest size in warmer climates. While its scientific name is Viburnum macrocephalum, its common name is derived from the rounded, eight-inch blooms that grow from April to June. The flowers that grow on it quickly turn white after blooming. In the beginning, however, they're lime green in color. The Blooms Of The Chinese Snowball Bush The infertile flowers on these shrubs mainly grow in the spring but can produce a full bloom during the fall. From the moment they bloom to the time they turn white, the flowers are sterile and don't have a fragrance, which is unique compared to other viburnums. While most of these shrubs don't produce fruit, a specific variety combines fertile and sterile florets that may accommodate fruit growth. Even though the rest of the plant's foliage remains dark green throughout the spring and summer, the oval leaves turn a pleasant shade of burgundy once the fall arrives. From late April to the end of May, Chinese Snowball Bush offers significant cuts that can be placed in vases. The buds of these white flowers can remain intact for weeks or months. The Viburnaceae family consists of many plants. Of these varieties, they have the most giant flowers. Primary Plant Characteristics Of Chinese Snowball Bush The main characteristics of them include the following: Dark green leaves with serrated margins Rounded chartreuse blooms Pubescent stems Resists deer but attracts birds and butterflies Leaves are one to two inches wide and two to four inches long. Undersides of leaves have unique star-like hairs. Semi-evergreen in nature Relatively coarse texture Tolerant of pruning The entire plant grows with a rounded or vase-like shape.

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Mayapple

Mayapple

Mayapple is a woodland perennial plant with distinctive, umbrella-like leaves and a single nodding white flower beneath its foliage. When pollinated, it produces small, edible fruit commonly found in shady forest environments. It is a fascinating native plant in North America with various landscaping benefits. Its unique appearance and adaptability can contribute to outdoor spaces' aesthetic and ecological aspects. Mayapple Has Stunning Drooping Blooms Mayapples yield drooping blooms ranging from white to rose throughout spring. Their leaves are broad and umbrella-shaped, with only one blossom per leaf axil. The flowers grow up to three inches wide. Each flower boasts white filaments, anywhere from six to nine waxy petals, double the number of stamens, six green petals, and yellow anthers. Because they are transient spring plants, they are only in bloom temporarily. Upon opening, the flower releases its petals. These plants can rise to a foot and a half tall. They produce a golden-colored fruit in late May. The fruit ripens in August. Provide a Haven for Pollinators With Mayapple It is easy to spot for pollinators because of its large, prominent blossoms. Its display of six to nine perfectly arranged petals adds to its attractiveness. This, combined with their abundance of pollen, makes them a haven for pollinators like bees and beetles. Their early spring blooming schedule coincides nicely with the pollinating needs of many early-emerging pollinators. Make Your Yard Healthier With Mayapple As a perennial, they improve the yard's health and biodiversity yearly. These plants have a natural look that adds shade and moisture to your yard or garden. Their roots can draw water up from deeper soil levels, which helps keep the topsoil from drying out too much. Their leaves unfold and swell when the weather gets warmer, transforming into pleated spirals adorned with delicate hair around their edges. These leaves transform into intricately lobed structures resembling umbrellas, functioning as efficient machines for photosynthesis.  Mayapple grows fast and in dense clusters, helping them outcompete many weed species by limiting their access to sunlight, water, and nutrients. Their extensively spreading roots add to their ability to restrict weed growth, and their allelopathic effects inhibit weed germination by acting as a natural herbicide. Once their leaves fall off, they decay and release vital nutrients into the soil, making it healthier and hindering weed growth.

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Sheet Moss

Sheet Moss

Sheet Moss is a lush, low-growing species that forms a dense carpet of soft, emerald-green foliage. It is often used in terrariums, floral arrangements, and as a ground cover in shaded areas. It is one of the most favored types for lawns. It’s so named because it creates a ‘sheet’ over a garden or forest floor.   Beyond this dense sheet's luxurious and welcoming appearance and vibe, it also serves as the protecting home for various microfauna, including frogs, spiders, and insects. Many small ecosystems revolve around the layers of it on the forest floor, and gardeners seeking to add more biodiversity to their gardens should consider adding it to the ground of their gardens. Where Does Sheet Moss Grow Officially known as Hypnum curvifolium, it is a wide-ranging plant in every continent except Antarctica. It’s primarily found in temperature regions and adapts well to moist areas. You’ll commonly see it underneath logs or rocks, around tree trunks, or near natural water sources. You’ll usually find it around clay pots, stones, or artificial ponds in gardens. Sheet Moss Is Like A Thick Carpet It is most notable for its soft fronds forming a thick green carpet over a forest floor. The individual leaves are tiny and overlap, which helps create the plant’s soft and lavish texture and appearance. Laying down over it will be akin to laying down over nature’s version of a mattress. While the leaves are usually bright green, they will also develop a slight but noticeable yellow tint when moisture levels deplete or are under prolonged exposure to sunlight. Why is Sheet Moss A Good Choice For Gardeners Gardeners like it because it is adaptable. It can easily retain moisture to help hydrate the soil underneath and prevent erosion. People often add it to gardens and terrariums to help create an equally lush and inviting, suitable atmosphere. It also requires deficient maintenance and minimal pruning and watering. For this reason, many gardeners who want to make a green covering over the ground will turn to it over grass. It’s a suitable choice for experienced gardeners and those new to the hobby.  Grass is the traditional go-to for groundcover, but one should keep Sheet Moss in mind. Like this type, certain varieties form a lush sheet of green over the surface it inhabits. But much like any other plant, the reasons to grow this type of ground cover go far beyond what it offers aesthetically. Here's how this plant can benefit and enhance your landscape with ease. Are you looking for ground cover that grows better in your region and offers benefits for the surrounding environment? If so, this plant is an excellent choice. While it doesn't have a root system, it's still a fantastic plant that can defend against soil erosion and serve to control the flow of water better, leading to less flooding if you live in an area that experiences a lot of rain or a few unpredictable showers here and there during the winter and spring seasons. This plant loves moisture, so it's often recommended for regions where grass can't easily thrive. However, you can go beyond that and grow plants that love moisture on top of this plant as it retains moisture that your other plants will rely on to grow strong. You can even add it to potted plants for this purpose and to improve the aesthetics of items like bonsai trees. As we just touched upon, Sheet Moss loves moisture, but that doesn't mean it can't withstand conditions that might threaten the lives of other varieties. This variety is more complex, making it easier to keep alive once you spread it across your landscape. If you're looking for ground cover that enhances your space and will hold up over time, this is the one to choose.

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Pear Fruit Tree

Pear Fruit Tree

Pear Fruit Trees are ultra-sweet and juicy, bell-shaped fruits with crisp flesh, often characterized by glossy, green, or yellow skin and distinctive, elongated leaves. It is versatile and attractive, with numerous benefits when used in landscaping. Its unique characteristics make it popular among landscape designers and homeowners seeking to enhance their outdoor spaces. One of the primary benefits is its ornamental value. Pear Fruit Tree Features Stunning Foliage  The leaves are lush and vibrant throughout the growing season. In spring, they showcase clusters of fragrant white blossoms, creating a stunning visual display and attracting pollinators such as bees and butterflies. It offers ample shade during the summer, making it a perfect complement to outdoor seating areas, patios, and gardens. Its dense foliage provides relief from the sun's rays, allowing for more comfortable outdoor activities and reducing the need for artificial shading solutions. This natural shade also contributes to energy efficiency by helping to lower temperatures in nearby structures. Pear Fruit Tree Has Vibrant Fall Foliage In the fall, the foliage transforms into radiant yellow, orange, and red tints, adding an autumnal color to the landscape. This vibrant foliage can serve as a focal point or complement other elements in the outdoor design. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, it provides habitat and food sources for various wildlife. Birds are attracted to its small, pointy-shaped fruits, which can persist into winter, offering sustenance during colder months. This enhances the area's overall biodiversity and contributes to a thriving ecosystem. Furthermore, it is relatively low-maintenance, making it a practical choice for landscaping projects. Once established, it is adaptable to different soil types and can tolerate urban environments, pollution, and drought conditions. This resilience reduces the need for frequent care, making it an excellent option for busy homeowners and commercial landscapes. In conclusion, Pear Fruit Tree brings many benefits to landscaping projects. From its stunning ornamental features and natural shading capabilities to its role in supporting wildlife and its low-maintenance requirements, it adds value and visual appeal to outdoor spaces in various ways. Its adaptability and contributions to the environment make it a sought-after choice for creating inviting and sustainable landscapes. Scientifically known as Pyrus communis, these captivating deciduous types have graced gardens and orchards for centuries. Revered for their aesthetic appeal and delectable produce, they boast a rich history and a graceful presence that enchants arborists and nature enthusiasts alike. Standing tall and regal, they can reach up to 40 feet with a distinctive pyramidal or oval-shaped canopy that radiates elegance and symmetry. Its smooth, silvery-gray bark contrasts the lush green foliage that adorns it during spring and summer. The leaves are simple, alternate, and heart-shaped, featuring serrated edges that add a touch of delicacy to the overall appearance. Pear Fruit Tree Has Stunning Blooms In Spring Come spring, they become a spectacle of beauty as it bursts into a profusion of fragrant, five-petaled white blossoms. These blooms, often tinged with a subtle hint of pink or cream, attract an array of pollinators, from bees to butterflies, transforming the plant into a lively hub of activity and a symbol of renewal. As the flowers give way to small, round produce clusters, they gradually become the beloved produce we know and cherish. They are renowned for their longevity, with some specimens living for more than a century. It often takes several years for them to reach their full bearing potential. The produce is characterized by its varying forms, dimensions, and shades, ranging from the familiar green-skinned Bartlett to the russeted elegance of the Bosc. They are celebrated for their sweet, succulent flesh and adaptability in culinary creations. Still, beyond its culinary attributes, it remains an emblem of natural grace and timeless beauty in horticulture. Whether admired for their breathtaking spring blossoms, the soothing shade of their summer canopy, or the bounty of their produce, trees are a testament to nature's wonders. They invite us to appreciate the enchanting interplay between aesthetics and utility, reminding us that even amidst our busy lives, the simple elegance of a Pear Fruit Tree can inspire awe and wonder.

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American Arborvitae

American Arborvitae

American Arborvitae is a versatile evergreen tree used for living and privacy fences. It has numerous pleasing attributes in landscaping. Native to North America, this hardy and low-maintenance tree has become a staple in many gardens and residential landscapes. Its exceptional qualities make it an excellent choice for various purposes, and here are some of the reasons why it is a beloved addition to landscaping. Are you looking to define your property or create a windbreak? If you are, you may be interested in the American Arborvitae. It's officially known as the Thuja occidentalis, which translates into the Western thuja. By its name, you'd think it grew primarily in the western United States and Canada, but that's not true, and it is evident in its common names, which include Eastern White Cedar and Northern White Cedar. This woody evergreen green primarily grows in central and eastern Canada and the north-central and eastern United States. The tree is known for its dense foliage and column or cone shape. It reaches between 23 and 30 feet and is typically three to five feet wide. Because of its narrow footprint, it can be planted close together to create a natural screen. Popular Uses Of American Arborvitae The tree is officially classified as a shrub, not a tree. Gardeners and landscapers typically use the tree as a windbreak and a living privacy fence. It can also provide privacy for balconies and second stories, and it can be planted in tight spaces, even next to buildings, because the roots only spread as far as the canopy. American Arborvitae Is A Fast-Growing Privacy Tree Gardeners love this tree because it's fast-growing. It typically grows between three and four feet a year after it reaches a height of about two feet. This means homeowners don't have to wait years for the shrub to mature enough to create an effective windbreak or privacy screen. Great Companion Plants for the American Arborvitae The tree grows well alongside boxwood shrubs. The tree becomes the endcaps when planted at the front and rear of boxwoods. The tree can even denote the entrances and exits in hedge mazes. To create a layered look in your garden, hostas, geraniums, and Solomon's seal can be planted around the tree. American Arborvitae is well-known for its ability to break wind, muffle sounds, and create natural privacy barriers. It can even be grown in large containers with flowers to make statement pieces for your front or back porch.

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Shop Zone 3 to find all your gardening favorites with the professionals at TN Nursery. We have everything in stock for a successful growing season, from spring-blooming classics to late-summer essentials.

Whether you're a lifelong gardener or a budding green thumb, we have a selection of plants to build your best landscape. Even the coldest temperatures are no match for our cultivars, including some of the hardiest varieties worldwide.

Zone 3 Gets In The Deep Negatives 

This area is one of the coldest geographic segments of the United States. Withstanding winter temperatures as low as -40° F or -30°F, it includes the northern sections of Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Maine, and New York.

The long, cold winters common to Zone 3 can be difficult for beginning gardeners. Before purchasing new plants, consider your environment and evaluate area-specific considerations.

It would be best to look for highly hardy plants, particularly those able to withstand prolonged freezing weather. Speaking of freezing, frost is a significant consideration in this area. The last frost date for growers is typically May 15, but it could be two weeks earlier or later.

It may take a long time to heat your soil in the spring. To extend the season, try a greenhouse, row cover, or rock garden.

The more you understand your plant hardiness area, the more successful you will be during the growing season.

Flowers That Thrive In Zone 3

Growers in more northern climates love TN Nursery. With dozens of plants picked just for this area, we make it quick and easy to shop cultivars for your location.

Some of our customer's favorite selections include:

Hosta: A leafy favorite in colder climates, the hosta is a showy plant with dark green, patterned foliage.

Coneflower: The coneflower may be an excellent option if you're looking for a colorful plant with medicinal qualities.

Elderberry bush: This hardy bush is an excellent option for harvesting backyard berries.

And remember: every plant from TN Nursery comes with a 100% guarantee. We promise you'll have great success, or we'll work to make things right.

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Gardeners rely on TN Nursery for the highest quality plants for northern hardiness zones. We don't just provide an incredible selection - our bare-root packaging saves up to 400% on shipping costs. No matter your gardening dreams, we can help bring them to life.