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Terrarium Garden Kit$32.99
Terrarium Garden Kit Cultivating plants in a terrarium is a rewarding and relaxing hobby that many around the country enjoy. People who take up terrariums as a hobby say the connection with nature makes them feel calmer. Growing these miniature plants adds organic texture to your home and helps cleanse the air of impurities. However, some people have difficulty deciding what to grow in their miniature gardens. Fortunately, TN Nursery can help you get started with a Terrarium Garden Kit that will give you several must-have elements. Our kit is unlike any that you’ll find elsewhere. Terrarium Garden Kit care and maintenance The difference between our terrarium garden kit and others is that we collect all the materials fresh from the wild–from the fertile hills of Tennessee. Because the content of the kit is hand-collected, no two pieces are exactly alike. Our daughter Bailey harvests the healthiest, most vibrant forest plants she can find from the hills surrounding our central Tennessee nursery. Some might find and include , lichen, mosses, mushrooms or other fungi, or partridgeberry plants. So you see, each kit is unique because it depends on what Bailey locates that day. What a delightful surprise! After collecting the best plants for the terrarium garden kit, she supplies you with ultra-rich worm castings to nourish your plants and keep them lush and green. We limit these sales because that careful selection process is very time-intensive. Bailey helps us fulfill these orders each evening after work, so she can only harvest the content for about three terrarium garden kits daily. The product images show a few actual kits–each of which Bailey assembled for past customers. Yours may vary from these pictures, but we are confident you will be delighted! PLEASE NOTE- The glass container is not included, it is just a picture of the possibility of what your kit could look like. Start Your Indoor Terrarium Garden Today If you are eager to start your miniature garden, you can (and should!) start today. Along with many other plants suitable for your indoor garden, TN Nursery can assemble a terrarium garden kit and ship it to you. All we need is your order! Terrarium garden kits are available online at TN Nursery
New York Fern$5.29
New York Fern New York Fern Thelypteris noveboracensis is a unique and beautiful species of fern native to the East Coast of the United States. Its unique fronds add a unique texture to any indoor or outdoor space. Being shade-tolerant and low-maintenance, it is perfect for inexperienced and experienced gardeners. Make your home or garden stand out from the rest with New York Fern! With its stunning foliage and bright green color, it's sure to be an eye-catching addition to your space. Show off your green thumb with this low-maintenance yet beautiful species of fern. Bring some nature into your life with New York Fern! Get yours today for an easy way to add color and texture to any space. This perennial plant, a native species from the forested mountains of New York state, has distinctive fronds. It displays a triangular blade-like look that is widest in the middle and narrows sharply at both ends. Its fronds are lance-shaped with a tapering tip; it grows up to two feet wide. Its leaflets are small and appear near the base of the frond. The plant reaches a height of about two to three feet at maturity. The crown of the root system of the fern may be visible and dark brown. The leaflets grow in pairs of bright, glossy green. New York Fern care The New York fern grows in the forest in shallow wetlands, wooded ravines, and near streams. It's particularly partial to full shade and mixed shady areas. This species will tolerate filtered sunshine, but you will succeed best when you plant it in the shade. The New York fern is not particular about soil quality. If you are in an area with a decent amount of regular rainfall, you are done with your job after you plant Parathelypteris noveboracensis. However, gardeners in hotter and drier regions must assist it by watering when required. It likes water, but it does not want standing water for prolonged periods--so take care not to overwater your New York fern. By digging and separating the new clumps, you can control the growth as the plant spreads. Use them in other shady areas of your yard or share them with friends. How to Use the New York Fern in Your Garden Here are a few ways TN Nursery customers use New York ferns in their gardens: Ground cover plant: Because this is one of the shorter ferns and spreads rapidly, many use it as a beautiful green ground cover in bare spots. Erosion control: If you have areas of the yard prone to erosion due to wind or running water (creeks or streams), plant some New York ferns--they will help stop the elements from further eroding your yard. Border garden: Add this two-foot high fern to the middle row of your borders. Shade garden: Finding species to add color to shade gardens can be challenging; ferns are an excellent solution. Wetter areas: Consider moisture-loving ferns if you have a slow-draining spot. They help wick away the water, allowing your yard to dry faster. New York Fern is for sale at TN Nursery. New York ferns are an attractive option, especially if you want a more compact fern. Order yours today.
Blue Lobelia The Blue Lobelia is a herbaceous perennial that exhibits impressive flower spikes covered in deep blue blossoms. Known as Lobelia Siphilitica, the Great Blue Lobelia, Great Lobelia, Cardinal Flower, and Blue Cardinal Flower, this plant is native to eastern and central Canada and the United States. It originates from the Campanulaceae family. This showy perennial comprises stems that will reach 2 to 5 feet long and 10 to 18 inches in combined width. Each stem will have a series of bright green spearheaded leaves with serrated edges. This bellflower will bloom lavender-blue tubular flowers in the late summer months of July, August, September, and October. These tend to be crowded together at the uppermost part of the plant's stem. These elongated clusters produce a stark appearance that can contrast any garden. Blue Lobelia is also known as Great Blue Lobelia Each flower is parted into two bigger lips. The top lip is further segmented into two areas. The lower lip is segmented into three, which provides the perfect landing areas for heavy bumblebees. As they weigh down on the lower segment of the flower, this naturally opens up the flower's interior so the bee can easily reach its nectar. This provides an elongated capsule-like appearance. This stark perennial has a fibrous root system, which allows it to survive in various types of soils. It will attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and honeybees when in full bloom. Furthermore, this hardy plant is both rabbit and deer resistant. The Blue Lobelia Is a Native Hardy perennial Species. This lovely flower is relatively simple to propagate and flourishes with or without sun. Its larger leaves allow it to soak up the sun in droves. When it blooms, elegant blue clusters form in the leaf's axils. This makes it the perfect plant for creating a calming blue color with a pleasant green background. This upright perennial will add vertical interest to any landscape design.
Oxeye Daisy - Discover the beauty of Yellow and White Flowers The oxeye daisy plant is easily recognizable with its bright yellow and white petals that sparkle in the sunlight. It is a hardy and colorful flower, making it an ideal choice for gardens requiring little maintenance. Plus, it's a perennial flower that will return year after year for your pleasure and enjoyment. Bring vibrant color to your garden with the oxeye daisy plant! It's perfect for creating a cheerful atmosphere and will provide you with years of seasonal beauty. Start planting oxeye daisies today and enjoy their bright blooms for many years! Leucanthemum vulgare, the oxeye daisy or marguerite daisy, is a customer favorite at TN Nursery. They are an easy-care, classic beauty that can add character to any garden setting. A native to Europe, the oxeye daisy arrived in the United States centuries ago. Today, they are as expected in the American landscape as many native species. This hardy perennial flower thrives in most USDA growing zones in the contiguous United States. It prefers a mixture of sun and shade but tolerates full sunshine if you don't mind watering it. Oxeye Daisy Resists Common Garden Issues Leucanthemum vulgare is an easy-going plant resisting many common garden challenges. Deer resistant: Deer present a challenge to many gardeners. However, they seem to find the floral aroma of the oxeye daisy a little too fragrant and will prefer to forage elsewhere. Rabbit resistant: Rabbits are the bane of many gardens. Like deer, bunnies have sensitive noses and seem deterred by the fragrance the oxeye daisy emits. Drought resistant: Leucanthemum vulgare likes moist soil but can also tolerate short periods of dry or hot weather. During these times, you can keep your watering efforts to about an inch a week. Oxeye Daisy Is a Tall Classic Flower Plant oxeye daisies in clumps to create height in your border, flower beds, in mass plantings near a home's foundation, or in a water garden. Oxeye daisy is almost carefree and happy to call nearly any partially sunny spot home. It blooms in the middle of summer. The stems and flowers can grow as high as three feet, and clumps can measure about two to three feet. The leaves are sturdy and erect, reaching high toward the sun. Leaves are green, narrow, and thin. They grow thicker near the bottom of the plant. Profuse disc-shaped rays of petals comprise the head of the flower. The signature angelic white and sunny yellow center make it a popular option for floral arranging. The scent is floral with a spicy note, pleasing and not overpowering. Order Your Oxeye Daisy From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests an oxeye daisy for people who want a taller flower that loves the sun and is valuable in many landscaping applications. Order yours today.
Tiger Lily Plants are Exotic Perennials The tiger lily plant is a native perennial that is a hardy plant that will bring a brilliant splash of color to your garden. Its elegant, vibrant blooms range from orange to deep red and will provide an inviting, welcoming atmosphere for you and your guests all summer. Plus, with its easy care and low maintenance requirements, you can add a perfect touch of beauty without any hassle. Transform your outdoor living space with the tiger lily plant today! Whether you’re looking to spruce up an existing garden or design a new one, the tiger lily is an easy way to add a touch of vibrancy that will make all the difference. Bring life and beauty to your outdoor space — get the tiger lily plant now! Tiger Lily: Lilium lancifolium is an ancient species. Most believe Tibetans or the Japanese were the original cultivators of this tall, orange lily and then spread across the ancient world. Regardless of origins, the tiger lily is well-suited to the moderate USDA growing zones, well-adapted and adopted by many Americans. It grows in mixed sun and shade or full sun, reaching a mature height of around three feet. Don't be fooled by the regal appearance; this flower is relatively easy to grow and maintain. TN Nursery customers use this lily in a garden border or as an ornamental to create a focal point in a formal garden--the bright orange flowers are undoubtedly worthy of such a place of honor. The Elegance of the Tiger Lily The tiger lily emerges each spring from a bulb. Despite being reasonably slender, the stalk is dark green, erect, and sturdy. Tiger lily leaves are narrow, forming an elongated oval shape. The texture is smooth, and they have a green hue similar to the stem. The most easily recognizable feature of the tiger lily is the orange blossom with dark chocolate spots. Of course, the orange and brown tiger-like color scheme lends the tiger lily its name. Each large blossom opens to display six flamboyant petals, each with a graceful curve. The flower's centers are creamy white or yellow--and long--making the flower even more intriguing. In most growing zones, the plants begin their annual growth cycle in late spring and blossom in the latter half of summer--late July or August. How to Care For the Tiger Lily Plant The tiger lily might have an impressive look, but it's more low-maintenance than you might believe. Plant your tiger lily bulbs in the fall or early spring, allowing a lot of space for bulb development. The tiger lily wants a healthy compost feeding in the early spring and a layer of woody mulch before winter. If your area receives rainfall once a week, you won't need to water it; however, it will need watering in drier climates. Order Your Tiger Lily Plant From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery will only dig your bulbs from our central Tennesse nursery after you place an order. This process ensures freshness. Order your tiger lily bulbs today.
Bring the beauty of dianthus perennials to your garden! Dianthus perennials are perfect for adding a splash of color to any garden. These charming plants provide an abundance of soft, vibrant blooms in shades of pink, crimson, purple, and white. The unique foliage adds an interesting texture to the garden as well. Transform your garden into a wonderland with the addition of dianthus perennials. Enjoy the delicately sweet scent and fantastic color these beautiful plants will bring you landscape. Bring life and beauty to your garden with dianthus perennials today! Dianthus plants are beautiful, long-lasting, and perfect for garden use. Buy your dianthus plants for your garden today! Order dianthus plants from TN Nursery and choose from various colors. Visit TN Nursery to order the best quality dianthus plants online. Dianthus flowers are mixed colors which are the most popular and colorful Our wide assortment of mixed-color dianthus plants provides an impressive lawn display that lasts weeks. A lush lawn of dianthus is a sight to behold. Whether in spring, summer, or fall, the blooms of these plants will fill your yard with beautiful and fragrant blooms. The season's foliage is luscious, and the plant's longevity can be measured in years. No matter your size of lawn or garden bed, there is a type of dianthus for you. Want some little pots for your porch? TN Nursery has multiple color selections that are easy to maintain and grow anywhere. Give Dianthus (Sweet William) plants: The gift of a beautiful, colorful lawn this year with our low grower prices and fast shipping! Order your mixed-color dianthus plants and have them shipped to your door. DIanthus plants are the most popular cut flower type in spring and summer. DIanthus plants can be grown in various ways, including container gardening or in-ground. You can plant them in groups for a more formal look or individually to create color highlights and borders. DIanthus plants are easy to maintain, drought tolerant, cold, hardy blooming until winter, and easy to grow with little to no maintenance. They add year-round beauty for gardeners of all abilities and experience levels. Buy a mixed-color dianthus plant from TN Nursery today, and get it shipped directly to your door!
Ajuga reptans (Bugleweed) Make your summer garden bloom with ajuga reptans! The ajuga reptans plant is an evergreen perennial with dark green leaves and deep blue flowers. This vibrant, eye-catching flower can thrive in any warm climate without much maintenance and makes a great addition to any garden. No matter your gardening experience, you can easily add this beautiful flower to your home. The ajuga reptans plant will bring color to even the dullest gardens, adding depth and texture to your outdoor space. It's an ideal choice for those looking to spruce up their garden with minimal effort! Choose the ajuga reptans plant today – it'll make your garden bloom! Bugleweed: Do you need a fast-spreading groundcover plant for natural weed control? This plant is amazing with purple blooms in spring and summer. Ajuga reptans is a native plant to western Asia and Europe. Ajuga reptans will display a show of color in the mid-spring. That's when you will see tall spikes of vibrant purple flowers that will pop against your landscaping. The plant's flowers are tubular, with two unequal lips. Flowers are clustered along the stems and may reach eight or ten inches tall. As the flowers fade in the heat, the foliage becomes more prominent. Though its flowers are attractive, the foliage is the real star. During the warm days of the early to mid-spring, Ajuga reptans plants develop rich, dark green foliage. The greenery creates a mat of leaves, often forming attractive whorls. Later in the season, the leaves show off bronze and burgundy tones in autumn. Ajuga reptans Will Cover Your Ground Quickly Ajuga reptans perennials spread quickly. Each plant can extend as far as eighteen inches wide. The spread of bugleweed is similar to grass--it sends out several small stems that take root nearby and grow new plants. The significant and rapid growth of these new groundcover plants means you can quickly fill in a gardening bed. Once the bugleweed takes over, your weeds will be a distant memory. Although Ajuga reptans prefers shady to semi-shade growing conditions, it is a vigorous and resilient plant that can adapt to sunshine in most growing zones. This plant is also relatively maintenance-free if you plant it in a spot with reasonably good drainage. The plant might require minimal care, such as cutting back runners two or three times a year and cutting the flower spikes after they finish their show of blooms. This groundcover plant tolerates moist to moderately dry soil and has a centralized root system. Bugleweed is unfussy and grows in most soil conditions without much help from the gardener--this makes Ajuga reptans an ideal garden solution for anyone who wants a plant that will take over, choke out weeds, and remain carefree and beautiful for a long season. Ajuga reptans is available online at TN Nursery Order your Ajuga reptans from TN Nursery--you will be on your way to spending less time weeding.
Blackberry Plant Blackberry Plant: If you have a partially wooded yard with plentiful sunshine or mixed shade spots, a blackberry plant might make an excellent addition. When customers call TN Nursery for advice on easy-care fruit-bearing options, we often suggest the blackberry plant. Unlike fruit trees, which can take several years to bear fruit, the blackberry plant might give you a few berries in the first season, ramping up production season after season until year three. Once mature, it will supply you with ten to twenty pounds of berries for the next twenty to twenty-five years. The Rustic Charm of a Blackberry Plant The blackberry plant grows in brambles or thickets, thriving in sunny clearings at the edges of woods or a forest. The North American native plant thrives in full sun or partial sun--a bright spot is a requirement for producing plump and luscious berries. The first year you plant your blackberry plant, it will develop a few clusters of petite, pretty white flowers. Those flowers may produce a handful of berries during the first season. The blooms will produce small white berries that plump up as they mature. The berries appear white at first, then reddening to an almost burgundy color and eventually a rich violet to black. Ripe blackberries are juicy, sweet, and plump. As the plant matures, it grows wider and taller, topping at around six feet. They bring lazy summer days and fresh pies (or scrumptious cobblers) to mind. Can't you imagine the sweet juices drizzling down your chin as you bite into a lush berry? How to Grow a Blackberry Plant The blackberry plant requires a full-sun to partial-sun location for the berries to develop and ripen fully. Blackberry plants need approximately one inch of water weekly, especially as the blossoms and berries develop. That's because the berry contains a high water content. You will not need to assist your plant if your region receives ample weekly rainfall. However, gardeners in arid locations must help the blackberry plant by supplying water. Although it likes moisture, the blackberry plant does not like wet feet. Instead, it prefers soil that drains relatively quickly. You'll also need to fertilize it in the springtime as the blossoms develop--that food will nourish the plant and help it produce abundantly. Order Your Blackberry Plant From TN Nursery Do you crave the goodness of home-grown blackberries? Order your blackberry from TN Nursery today.
Brown Eyed Susan$5.69
Discover Brown eye Susan perennials! Bring life to your garden with Brown eye Susan perennials. This easy-care, low-maintenance plants are perfect for any garden or home décor. With their delicate yellow petals and earthy brown centers, these beautiful flowers add a touch of elegance and color to any space. Brighten up your outdoor space with Brown eye susan perennials! They’re easy to care for and require little water or maintenance — just sunshine, regular watering, and occasional pruning. Plus, they come back year after year! A short glance at Rudbeckia triloba, or Brown Eyed Susan, will explain how the lovely perennial native wildflower earned its common name. Bright yellow rays of petals encircle a rich, chocolate-brown center or eye. The North American species originated in the plains and the mid-west. However, Americans today enjoy this sunshine-loving flower in practically every growing zone--even as far south as Florida. You can find them growing unattended in some harshest conditions, like at the edges of woods, in storm ditches, or alongside highways. This self-seeding flower is prolific, so the lovely flowers multiply from one season to the next. The plant is drought-tolerant, heat-tolerant, and cold-hardy, returning to life each spring, even in frigid climates. Brown Eyed Susan Is a Biennial Perennial refers to a longer-living plant that comes back every year. Technically, Brown Eyed Susan is a biennial. This term means it completes its life cycle in two years. However, don't let that deter you. Because Brown Eyed Susan self-seeds generously, you will see multiplication, and the life cycle will continue via reseeding. As with perennials, you will not need to replant Brown Eyed Susan--it takes care of that. Brown-Eyed Susan Brings a Touch of Sunshine to Your Garden Brown-eyed Susan grows to between three and five feet--the mature height depends on local growing conditions. The wildflower is slender and seems to reach high to lift its sunny face to the sunshine. Each burgundy stem supports one to two flowerheads. Blooms are generally just under three inches across, featuring warm tones of golden yellow and orange on disc-shaped rays of petals around the brown pom-pom center. The leaves have three lobes, are slim, and ovate. They are a lovely dark green that is the perfect foil for their bright blooms. Order Your Brown-Eyed Susan From TN Nursery Today Brown-eyed Susan is a beautiful flower. It's ideal in a cutting garden, rock garden, or near a water garden. It's unfussy about location and easy to care for. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Azure Bluet (Houstonia pusilla) Azure Bluet: Houstonia pusilla, or the azure bluet, is an herbaceous native woodland perennial species that greets you in the last days of winter or early spring, depending on your growing zone. Azure bluets also have several other common names, including the following: Common bluets Innocence Star violet Tiny bluets Small bluets Bluets grow well in almost all USDA growing zones, from New England to the south and across the plains to the west--it's an adaptable little plant that will make itself at home almost anywhere. How to Use Houstonia pusilla in Your Landscape Azure bluets will emerge as the snow melts under the first warm rays of spring sunshine. They provide camouflage and nectar to the earliest-arriving insects and bees. When these blooms open, you can feel the promise of spring. Azure bluets prefer a sunny to partial sun location that loves well-drained but moist soil and a little bit of added shredded leaves or hardwood mulch. Unless you are in an arid region, you rarely need to tend this plant. That's because the melting snow and spring rainfall provides ample water. It is drought-resistant, disease-resistant, and deer-resistant. Here are three ways to utilize them in your landscape: Use azure bluet in a front row of a border, with daffodils as companion plants behind them. Plant this little beauty near a water garden that gets plenty of sunshine. Add them to a natural area--even after the flowers fade, they will add lovely, carefree green color. Azure Bluets and the Lavish Blossoms of Early Spring The stem of azure bluet is a lovely dark green and tops out at between four to six inches. The tiny spade-shaped leaves are green with burgundy or purple tinges. The tiny lavender or violet flowers create a six-petal pattern and measure under an inch across. The flower's center is spring green and white, creating eye-appealing contrast with the purple petals. Order Your Azure Bluets From TN Nursery Today Your winter-bleary eyes will appreciate the significance of such beauty in the still-cool temperatures. Order your azure bluets from TN Nursery
Glade Fern Homalosorus pycnocarpos Glade Fern: Gardeners across the United States cherish Homalosorus pycnocarpos, or the glade fern, for its attractive, narrow, and lush green fronds. This species is a native plant from North America, originating in the United States and Canada. You might also recognize it by two other nicknames: ● Narrow-leaf spleenwort ● Narrow-leaved spleenwort ● Narrow-leaved glade fern As the name states, this species originated in forest glades, clearings in the forest that typically receive little or filtered sunlight. This common name correctly implies that you should plant this fern in a shaded or partially-shaded part of your yard. Glade Fern has an elegant appearance A mature glade fern shows off long, elegant fronds, which grow wider than tall. The height generally stays between one to two feet and extends out as much as three feet wide. This compact, petite appearance makes the glade fern perfect for a ground cover plant. The plants grow in clusters of five to six plants per grouping in moist, well-drained soil. If they become overly dry, the margins of the leaves will turn brown--signaling to you that it's time to give them some water. Homalosorus pycnocarpos stems are a golden-brown color, which provides a lovely contrast against the shiny, bright green fronds. The plant grows narrow fronds that seem to do a carefree dance with every breeze. The leaflets of the fronds are also slender. They have a slight blade shape with a gentle curve, giving a feathery appearance. Where to Grow Glade Fern in Your Yard Glade fern strongly prefers a fully shaded spot--and it is most carefree if you put it in the shade. However, you can also keep it healthy in filtered sunshine or semi-shade garden with careful attention to soil moisture and water when needed. If you don't want to put glade fern directly into the ground, you can put it in large, wide planters in a shady location. It instantly breathes life into the darkest, and often most barren, spots in your yard. Glade Fern is available online at TN Nursery Are you ready to beautify your shade garden with glade ferns? Order from TN Nursery today.
Chicory Plant - An Easy Wildflower Perennial Plant to Grow Chicory (Cichorium intybus) is a perennial plant that belongs to the daisy family (Asteraceae). It is native to Europe but is now widespread in other parts of the world.Chicory has a long, thick taproot that can grow up to 30 cm (12 inches) deep in the soil. The plant can reach a height of up to 1.5 meters (5 feet) and has blue or lavender flowers that bloom in the summer. The flowers are composed of numerous small flowers arranged in a dense cluster.The chicory leaves are deeply lobed and can be up to 30 cm (12 inches) long. They taste bitter and are often used in salads or cooked as a vegetable. The chicory root can also be roasted and ground to make a coffee substitute.Chicory has been introduced for medicinal use, particularly for digestive issues. The root contains inulin, a carbohydrate that acts as a prebiotic, feeding the beneficial bacteria in the gut. In addition, chicory contains compounds such as lactucopicrin, which has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties.Chicory is also used as a forage crop for livestock and is sometimes planted as a cover crop to improve soil health. It has also been used in traditional medicine for various ailments, including liver and gallbladder problems, arthritis, and skin conditions. Chicory Plant, a member of the Asteraceae family, Cichorium intybus, can be distinguished from other plants that grow in their habitat by their serrated leaf margins. The plant can grow to a height of over 12" -1 feet and prefers to grow in open areas. It also happens to be a close relative of the sunflower. The leaves of the Cichorium intybus can be boiled and eaten as a vegetable, but because it is an unknown species, it is not an everyday food. Roots are most commonly used in cooking to provide a base flavor to dishes. The leaves of this plant are also edible, providing a slightly spicy flavor when eaten raw or cooked. They can also be infused into tea form. Discover the benefits of the Cichorium intybus plant, including digestive health and clean gastrointestinal support. Tap here for more information on this natural herb. The Cichorium intybus plant is sometimes called the "polyurias" or "chickory ."Are you looking to grow and eat this plant or make your coffee? Cichorium intybus is an ancient plant originally from Europe but also grown in North America, Asia, and Australia. They're often found as ornamental plants. Cichorium intybus plants produce the seeds that produce a coffee substitute. It's a member of the sunflower family. If you want to grow or cultivate the Chicory plant, find out how! The latest trend in gardening is planting chicory plants. They add volume to your garden beds, require little maintenance, and are a perennial favorite. Different chicory plants have different colors and textures, including the cauliflower type, which offers a head of leaves resembling a cabbage or coleslaw. Our chicory plants are lavender and the most beautiful. Try planting artichoke chicory plants for even more variety as an annual seasonal harvest. The Cichorium intybus plant deserves a little more love, and it can be yours for less than $5! This plant is best known for its use in the culinary herb mixture "herbes de Provence." Cichorium intybus has been cultivated for over 2,000 years in the Mediterranean region and is used extensively as a medicinal herb. This plant is a promising source of resveratrol, which is being studied to determine possible health benefits. It's always nice to feel special, and what could be better than getting all this, plus the added benefit of a natural growing experience? Order your cichorium intybus plant now.
Snow Hill Hydrangea$23.99
Snow Hill Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens) Snow Hill Hydrangea: The Snow Hill, Hydrangea arborescens, is a TN Nursery customer choice shrub. This plant is both a cold-hardy and heat-hardy perennial, woody, flowering shrub. It thrives in partial sunshine conditions and almost any USDA growing zone in the United States. Snow Hill Hydrangea is a North American native species originating along the eastern coast of the United States. Where to Use Snow Hill Hydrangea in Your Landscape Snow Hill Hydrangea is a valuable plant for many garden settings. Consider investing in this species to use in the following applications: Cottage garden Mass planting to form a hedge Pollinator garden (it attracts butterflies, bees, moths, and other insects to help the pollination process) Cutting garden Along a property line to define the border Fairy Garden Garden border Urban garden The Snow Hill Hydrangea grows well in almost any setting, so feel free to let the creative juices flow. Snow Hill Hydrangea Has Minimal Care Needs Taking care of any hydrangea shrub is easy and takes a small time commitment. Here are the things the Snow Hill hydrangea plant needs: Plant your Snow Hill Hydrangea in a partial-sun location (it will tolerate full sun with sufficient watering) It requires well-drained soil Fertilize twice yearly (in the early spring and fall after it finishes blossoming) Prune to the desired shape; deadhead the spent blossoms One inch of water weekly Layer on an inch of mulch before winter in colder climates. The Classic Good Looks of the Snow Hill Hydrangea Shrub The Snow Hill Hydrangea is a lovely and timeless garden shrub prized for its beautiful, snowy white pom-pom flowers. It grows erect and could reach six feet tall and wide if you let it grow wild. However, most gardeners prune it to prevent that height. The leaves are dark green, oval, and somewhat rough. The foliage provides the perfect backdrop for the summertime show of substantial white flowers. The stems are light brown, woody, and sturdy enough to support the prominent pom-pom flower. The flowers are enormous, averaging about eight inches, and comprised of dozens of petite, white disc petals. They are long-lasting blooms with a pleasant scent that invites the bumblebees to alight in your garden. Order Your Snow Hill Hydrangea From TN Nursery Today Snow Hill Hydrangea is a top customer pick for its beauty and ability to flourish in many growing zones. Order from TN Nursery today.
American Arborvitae Tree If you are looking for American Arborvitae trees at the lowest prices, then TN Nursery is the perfect place for you. With their fast shipping and trusted name in the nursery industry, you can be sure that your purchase will be of the highest quality. Our selection of American Arborvitae is vast, and they have something to fit every budget and need. Shop TN Nursery today to find your perfect tree! TN Nursery offers fast shipping to your home or office. With years of experience in the nursery industry, you can trust that you are getting quality products from a trusted name. Shop with confidence and get your American Arborvitae trees delivered quickly and hassle-free. American Arborvitae trees are ideal for creating a living fence or border They are evergreen, meaning they stay lush and green all year round, providing a beautiful backdrop to any garden. Their dense foliage and upright habit make them an excellent choice for those looking to create a natural barrier or privacy screen. American Arborvitae trees are also low maintenance and can be easily pruned to create the desired shape, making them the perfect addition to any landscape.The Thuja Occdentalis, commonly known as the American Arborvitae, is a hardy tree that can thrive in various climates. It is native to North America and can be found in zones 3-7. This evergreen tree can survive temperatures as low as -40°F and withstand strong winds and heavy snowfall.The Thuja Occdentalis has been used for centuries for its medicinal properties, but it has also become popular because of its ability to provide privacy screening and windbreaks. Its dense foliage makes it an excellent choice for creating a natural fence or hedge. Additionally, this tree requires very little maintenance, making it an ideal choice for homeowners looking for an easy-care landscape solution.
Wild Blackberry Bush Wild Blackberry Bush: TN Nursery presents the wild blackberry bush, a North American native species particularly abundant in the United States. The wild blackberry bush is an easy-to-grow, low-maintenance plant that is multi-functional. Not only does it bear sinfully sweet and juicy berries, but it also makes a lovely ornamental. The five-petaled white flowers grow in beautiful clusters sometime between late spring and early summer and then bear those famously delicious berries in the later part of the summertime. Some gardeners choose the wild blackberry bush to take advantage of its spread, not for the fruit. Each plant can grow as much as five feet across and tall. They grow in brambles or thickets and can liven up an area of the yard that may otherwise go underutilized. How to Grow the Wild Blackberry B When you plant your wild blackberry bush, remember the five-foot spread. Allow them some elbow room for future growth. Although the bare root you receive from TN Nursery might look small now, it will mature in just a few growing seasons. The wild blackberry shrub is intriguing because its root is perennial, but its foliage is biennial. That means the canes grow, bear fruit, then die back; however, fresh canes will emerge to replace the dead ones. Annual pruning, either at the end of the season or early spring before flowers develop, will keep a wild blackberry bush in good health. They prefer soil that drains well, and you should plan to fertilize them once yearly during late spring. Because the wild blackberry bush is a native species, it is drought-tolerant. It prefers about an inch of water per week, mainly as it produces blossoms and berries. However, it is resilient and can tolerate short dry spells. Order Your Wild Blackberry Bush From TN Nursery Are you yearning to try your hand at making delicious wild blackberry pies? Order your wild blackberry bush from TN nursery today.