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Cattail Plant (Typha latifolia) Cattail Plant: Typha latifolia, or the common cattail plant, might be the most easily recognized water-loving species in the United States. The species is agreeable, a native of North America, South America, Europe, and Africa. It will thrive in almost all USDA plant hardiness zones in either full sunshine or filtered sun. Most people know the cattail plant for its presence in swamps, marshes, ponds, and river banks throughout the country. They are more than majestic--they are an essential contributor to their ecosystems. The cattail plant provides coverage for fish, birds, and frogs against predators like birds and raccoons. This tall foliage--and the shadowing it creates on the water--gives them a safe place to hunt for their meals, lay their eggs, and raise their young. Similarly, gardeners with a water garden or koi pond on their property can use the cattail plant for the same benefits. This plant is a water feature favorite for TN Nursery staff and customers. Other Common Names for Typha latifolia Most call this species cattails, but here are a few other (but less common) nicknames you might hear: Broadleaf Cattail Bulrush Cat-O'-Nine-Tails Common Cattail Cattail Plants Provide Classic Beauty to a Water Garden or Koi Pond Typha latifolia has a grassy appearance--tall, emerald green, lance-shaped leaves with a narrow, well-defined tip. They can measure up to eight feet tall, with an above-water presence of around three to four feet. The plant develops tall, prominent spikes that display the most familiar feature that makes this plant so famous--its brown or copper-toned cylindrical flower, a water garden classic. The cattail plant spreads through a vigorous underground root system. Many gardeners who want just a few for ornamental use will plant them in containers, then submerge them in about three feet of water to control the growth. Order Your Cattail Plant From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery is a plant industry leader, sending only the healthiest plants to our valued customers. You can order today with confidence in our decades of knowledge and experience.
Lilac Shrub Syringa vulgaris, the famous lilac, is a TN Nursery customer favorite shrub that blooms every spring across the cooler USDA plant hardiness zones in the United States. The species is a European native species originating in the Balkan region. Eastern European immigrants brought this favorite shrub to remind them of home. Americans quickly adopted the lovely lilac. Today, it is a common site across many gardens. The lilac shrub is a hardy, cold-tolerant species. Indeed, a long, cold winter helps it produce its vibrant springtime colors. The lilac's sweet, fresh floral fragrance announces the arrival of spring. Many gardeners plant it near an often-open window to enjoy the aroma as they air and freshen their homes in the springtime. How to Use the Lilac Shrub in Your Landscape Syringa vulgaris is lovely as a stand-alone specimen. However, it is also gorgeous when you put it to use in the following settings: Pollinator garden or butterfly garden: Springtime pollinators, such as butterflies and bees, will visit this shrub. Hummingbird garden: Hummingbirds love the elongated shape of lilac flowers. Cutting garden: The lilac produces showstopping flowers that bloom abundantly enough for cutting. Snip a few for an arrangement and enjoy the wonderful fragrance inside. Cottage garden: The lilac is a cottage garden favorite! After it blooms, the emerald foliage provides a lovely backdrop for your summertime cottage flowers. Lilac Shrub Produces a Gorgeous Favorite Flower Lilac shrubs grow to a maximum height of around sixteen feet and twelve feet in diameter. If you want a shorter shrub, you may trim it back--but only after the blossoms finish their colorful show! Leaves can be as large as six inches long and three inches wide, although they generally stay smaller. They form on sturdy stems in an opposing pattern, are heart-shaped, and bright emerald to dark green in hue. Lilac flowers are the real star of the show. Though only blooming for two weeks or so, they are worth the wait for that short window each spring. Each tiny flower has four long petals, forming a narrow tubular shape. Although fairy-sized individually, the flowers form on the end of stems in abundant, show-off clusters that blossom for about two to three weeks. Many colors of this shrub exist--TN Nursery blooms are a soft purple or lavender. Order Your Lilac Shrub From TN Nursery Today Gardeners from around the cooler USDA zones covet lilac shrubs for their stunning flowers and fantastic fragrance--order yours from TN Nursery today.
Walking Fern Walking for is among the unique ferns that have undivided fronds. The bright green fronds arch as they bloom and have a flat leaf shape. When a walking Fern matures, the undersides of the leaves develop beautiful brown stripes in the summer months, which contain the plant's spores. All this gives it a more substantial and lush appearance than other ferns. This evergreen perennial attracts butterflies in the spring and summer, giving your yard a lively look in the autumn and winter. After it snows, the fronds stay safely tucked away until the weather warms up. Best of all, this fern doesn't attract unwanted pests. Walking Fern is a rare & exotic type of fern It will reach a height and width of 12-18 inches after a year, and it can develop sporting each summer once it's mature. It can grow in nearly any climate. It loves moist, well-drained soil and prefers some shade to flourish. Fully shaded spots are even better. It prefers limestone-based soils similar to its natural habitat. These ferns are also resistant to both deer and rabbits. It's a versatile fern that can be planted in shady beds, as undergrowth for bushes, and in pots to stick on your patio. It also makes a good edging plant. All you have to do is water it during dry periods. Walking Ferns are Not Plentiful In nature, the Walking Fern only exists in a handful of places in North America. It primarily exists on limestone escarpments and the outsides of New York and Ontario caves, but it can be found as far south as Alabama. With all this in mind, it's no wonder that this fern has earned the Royal Horticulture Society's Award of Garden Merit. It will be shipped to you in a small pot.
Dwarf Crested Iris$5.39
Iris Cristata Discover a rare and remarkable flower! The Dwarf Crested Iris is a rare species of iris that's both beautiful and unique. It has large, flat flowers that come in many different colors and are renowned for their elegance and beauty. The Dwarf Crested Iris is a highly sought-after flower due to its rarity and striking appearance. Make your garden stand out with this beautiful flower. The Dwarf Crested Iris will add color, texture, and character to any outdoor space. Its captivating form will draw the attention of passersby and provide you with a unique talking point. Plus, you'll be helping to protect this unique species by planting it in your garden! Bring the beauty of the Dwarf Crested Iris into your garden today! Iris cristata, a TN Nursery customer favorite, is a breathtaking, low-growing perennial. This mixed-shade plant can transform a drab spot in your yard into a place full of lush greenery. Iris cristata is a North American native species commonly found in the mountains and hills of the east coast--rocky outcroppings, woody slopes, and near streams or creeks. Despite its beauty, it's an unfussy plant that will grow in almost any filtered shady spot. Some gardeners would instead call Iris cristata by its common name: crested iris. Lady's calamus, or dwarf crested iris. Typical Uses for Iris cristata Iris cristata is drought-tolerant and deer-resistant. Its woodlands origins mean it has an affinity for loose soil, is rich in woody organic matter, and has good drainage. However, it's also not unusual to see it growing on rocks in the woods. It is an adaptable species. Routine care is minimal. You'll give it water during dry spells, twice annual fertilizing, and weed control. That is all you must do to make the crested iris happy. The plant spreads by a vigorous underground root system, so some people even use it as a ground cover plant. The main thing to remember is to find partial shade. Some typical uses for the crested iris include these: Shade garden Pollinator garden Water garden Rock garden Container garden Gardeners Prize the Iris cristata for the Rich Jewel Tones Iris cristata displays rich jewel tones--emerald green and purple amethyst. The dramatic, luxurious color combination makes it highly revered by TN Nursery customers. The long, lance-shaped emerald leaves reach six inches long and gently under their weight arch at the ends. The blossoms have six petals--three upper petals that point slightly up in the center and three jewel-toned lower petals with a pleasant droop. The flowers feature a white patch with a tiny yellow crest. Order Your Iris cristata From TN Nursery Today If you want a colorful flower to enliven a partially shaded part of your garden, please consider Iris cristata. Order your crested iris from TN Nursery today.
Pecan Tree Pecan Tree: The stately pecan tree can soar as high as seventy feet to a hundred feet and have a trunk diameter of six feet. The pecan tree displays alternate leaves in thick clusters of nine to fifteen leaflets, creating a shady green oasis on a hot summer day. They are a specimen that proudly dots the landscape across the southern United States, especially the southeast region, But the impressive size and priceless beauty are not why most people reach out to TN Nursery to order a pecan tree. Most people, as you might suspect, cultivate the pecan tree for the eventual payoff of the harvest of the slightly sweet single-seed nut--the pecan. Southern folks give pecans as gifts, use them for baking, or crack them and snack on them. However you wish to use them, it all starts with a healthy pecan tree. Pecan Trees Don't Require Much Care You will find that pecan trees don't ask for much care from you if you are within a hardiness zone that supports their growth. They need a warm, humid climate and full sunshine--or a partially sunny spot that receives at least six hours of filtered sun each day. Besides that, you need well-amended, loosened soil. It is less fussy about the soil type, as long as you break up any soil compaction before planting your bare root plant; decompaction will help it establish a healthy root system. You'll also need to water the sapling as necessary, especially during the hottest and driest summer days. Once your pecan tree is off to a healthy start, you will do little else. An established pecan tree is drought tolerant and will even thrive through dry spells. A young, healthy specimen should grow relatively quickly at a pace of one to two feet per year. Around year six, you will begin the reap the reward of an abundance of pecans. The pecan tree is hardy and can live for as long as three hundred years. Order Your Pecan Tree From TN Nursery Today Whether you want the shade you'll have in just a few years or the nuts your tree will produce, order your pecan tree from TN Nursery today.
Eastern Cedar Tree (Juniperus virginiana) Eastern Cedar Tree: Juniperus virginiana, the eastern cedar tree or the eastern red cedar, is a coniferous evergreen tree. It is a United States native species that will flourish in almost every USDA growing zone. The eastern cedar tree is a more petite tree that reaches a mature height of around forty feet. It is hardy, easily transplantable, and a dependable grower that requires little to no care from the gardener after it establishes roots. The fresh, distinct fragrance is unmistakably fresh and woody. How to Use the Eastern Cedar Tree in Your Landscape All the eastern cedar tree asks of you at planting is a sunny or partial-sun spot in your yard and well-draining but fertile soil. After planting, provide about an inch of water each week if you live in a climate that doesn't receive much rainfall. Once the roots take hold, the tree will become drought-tolerant, and you will only need to water it if you enter an extended drought phase. The eastern cedar tree is gorgeous as the focal point in a natural area, in a semi-shade garden, or when trimmed back and shaped as a stand-alone specimen. The Year-Round, Evergreen Beauty of the Eastern Cedar Tree The eastern cedar tree enjoys immense popularity because it has a lovely, medium-green color all year. The tree grows upright and has an attractive reddish-brown bark. The cedar foliage is a silvery, cool green--sometimes presenting as blue-green and grows in whorls of three. The evergreen needles are thin and delicate with a slightly prickly texture. Small fairy-sized flowers appear in the late winter. They are white to white-green. They are so small that you might miss them hiding in the foliage. Order Your Eastern Cedar Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests the eastern cedar tree for wherever you want to revitalize with a small evergreen tree that is attractive and easy to grow. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Solomon's Seal Plant$6.79
Solomon's Seal - Polygonatum spp. Solomons Seal, also known as Lady's Seal, Sealwort, and David's Harp, belongs to the genus Polygonatum in the family Asparagaceae. Over 60 species of Solomons Seal are native to Asia, Europe, and North America. Solomon's Seal Plant is Used in Medicine It is primarily known as a medicinal plant, and throughout history, its rhizomes or underground stems have been used to treat skin conditions, respiratory problems, and digestive issues. The plant received the names Sealwort and Lady's Seal because of its ability to seal wounds. Additionally, traditional European cuisine uses Lady's Seal for culinary purposes. It is a starchy substance that can be baked into bread and used as a thickener, much like arrowroot. The shoots can also be eaten similarly to asparagus. The plant is named after King Solomon of the Bible, who is said to have used the roots to create a magic seal that would protect him from evil spirits and malicious intentions. While we don't often use Solomons Seal to ward off evil today, the plant's rhizomes are still sometimes used in traditional medicine to treat various ailments, including arthritis, bruises, wounds, and digestive issues. Lady's Seal is known for its long, arching stems and alternating oval-shaped leaves with parallel veins. The flowers are small and usually hang down from the stem. They are bell-shaped and typically white or greenish-yellow in color. The plant usually flowers and blooms in the late spring or early summer. In addition to its medicinal uses, Lady's Seal is also a popular ornamental plant in gardens. It is known for its graceful arching stems and delicate white flowers, and it can be grown in shade or partial shade rather than full sun, like most ornamental plants. Gardeners will find Lady's Seal an exciting and versatile plant, especially considering its long and storied history. Buy Solomon's Seal Plants Online
Wintergreen Boxwood If you need a hedge, then Wintergreen Boxwood is the one for you! Choose from a wide selection of Boxwood shrubs and get it fast. Confident in your purchase with our low grower prices and fast shipping. Buy your Boxwoods online at TN Nursery and save when you buy in bulk! Order now with our bestseller, wintergreen Boxwoods, and save. Evergreen hedge or a low-growing border? Wintergreen Boxwood, with its dark green leaves, is a perfect choice. Buy your Wintergreen Boxwoods from TN Nursery and get low grower prices and fast shipping to your door. Wintergreen Boxwoods are excellent for a living fence, ground cover, or hedge. Give yourself or someone you love the gift of a lifetime — a beautiful, evergreen shrub in their backyard! Wintergreen Boxwood hedge plants are a great way to add green privacy to your yard. Does your home or business need more privacy? TN Nursery is the source for you. Order wintergreen boxwoods from us, and we'll deliver them all across the nation for you for free. TN Nursery's selection of Wintergreen Boxwood plants will give your home that perfect touch of greenery. If you're looking for an evergreen hedge plant, TN Nursery has just what you need! Wintergreen Boxwoods are ideal for growing in areas where space is limited like condos, balconies, and yards where the property is tightly packed. They are evergreen and produce small leaves all year long. We offer varieties of this shrub that come in various sizes including 5-inch, 8-inch, 10-inch, and 14-inch. We have almost every height you could want to fit your needs! Order wintergreen boxwood today and save Wintergreen Boxwoods are a hedge that can stand on their own or be planted in a border to create an amazing-looking screen. They also make the ideal screen and can be used as an enclosure for privacy purposes.
Fan Clubmoss (Diphasiastrum digitatum) Diphasiastrum digitatum, better known as fan clubmoss, is a type of moss that grows in the shadiest of habitats. The entire team at TN Nursery is proud to be one of only an elite group of horticulturists cultivating fan clubmoss. Fan Clubmoss Grows Naturally in the Forest, But it Tolerates Most Full-Shade Habitats Fan clubmoss takes its name from its unique, other-worldly appearance. This moss is an ancient, perennial plant with leaves that resemble tiny clubs. The leaves have an interesting mossy texture and a scale-like appearance. They are lance-shaped, with a sharp-looking point at the tip. Someone might encounter this low-growing mossy plant in coniferous and oak forests. Fan clubmoss dots the floors of densely wooded areas, giving the appearance of dainty little cedar trees in the most unexpected places. Conversely, it also grows contentedly along shady spots in coastal areas. Generally, this plant lives in temperate regions of North America. You should have excellent results if you keep this moss in a full-shade place. Fan clubmoss (Diphasiastrum digitatum) is available online at TN Nursery A sometimes-overlooked application of Diphasiastrum digitatum is its usefulness as a houseplant. They add natural charm to any room that has low sun exposure. A lack of a sunny windowsill makes houseplant success somewhat challenging, and this moss could be an excellent remedy.
Rue Anemone - Thalictrum Thalictroides Rue anemone presents delicate, soft pink or white flowers on single stems throughout the spring and early summer. Its cup-shaped flowers identify it as a member of the buttercup family. Utterly charming in a shady corner of a garden, it offers a gently colorful influence in a woodsy setting. Rue Anemone Plant Offers The Delicate Look Of a Wildflower’s Beauty Native to North America, it evokes images of days when wildflowers flourished everywhere. At the height of 6 to 10 inches, it needs about an equal amount of space for each plant. While delicate and fragile in appearance, the plant can resist spring frosts. An easy plant to grow requires only an average amount of water and maintenance. It takes time to rest in the summer after a showy performance in the earlier months. Choosing a Shady Location The delicacy of the wildflower invites gardeners to choose a shady spot where it can create a sense of calm and peacefulness. The native plant likes to share space with trees like oaks, maples, birch, and hundreds of others that lose their leaves once a year. A location near a tree helps the rue anemone receive the dappled sun that allows it to thrive. The leaves decaying organic material enriches the soil and enhances growing conditions. Delighting in Understated Eleganceof Rue Anemone The 5-10 petal-like sepals on the flowers of the rue anemone form around an unusual structure of pistils. A cluster of pollen-laden pistils enhances the beauty of the plant in a natural environment. Each plant invites close examination that reveals the delicacy of the prominent pistils above the petals. Locating the plant in a secluded nook, a rock garden, or a shady border can delight anyone who sees it. A pleasure to grow, compatible with the environment, and contributing to the elegance of a quiet garden, the lovely plant deserves a place in the home of any knowledgeable gardener.
Winterberry "Winter Red"$21.99
Ilex Verticulata "Winter Red" Winterberry Shrub Winterberry (Ilex verticillata) Winterberry: Ilex verticillata, or the common winterberry, is a beautiful deciduous shrub that gardeners cherish for the cheerful, small, bright red berries that brighten up an otherwise bleak winter landscape. The shrub usually stays under twelve feet with a sprawling, shrub-like look; however, some trim the lower branches as it grows to give it the appearance of a dwarf tree. The winterberry is a deer-resistant, disease-resistant, and pest-resistant North American native species. It is not particular about light conditions and will thrive in full sun or partial shade almost everywhere in the United States, growing in zones 3 through 9. Winterberry is a holly family member with glossy, dark green three-inch-long leaves with serrated margins. The berries develop in the late fall, petite (under an inch around) little fruits that stay on the stem throughout the winter--the perfect sustenance for winter birds. Where to Grow Winterberry in Your Yard TN Nursery customers choose this shrub for the winter color and their love of birdwatching. Here are a few appropriate locations to plant one in our landscape: Pollinator garden Bird garden Shade garden Winter garden Rock garden How to Grow Ilex verticillata Ilex verticillata is an unfussy plant that requires only a little care. Its native habitat is the forests of the Appalachian Mountains, where the earth is fertile and moist. Recreating those growing conditions in your garden will make your winterberry shrub almost carefree. Add a hefty scoop or two of compost or a slow-release fertilizer when you plant your shrub. Be sure to give it about one inch of water per week for the first several weeks to allow the roots to strengthen; after that, it will become self-sufficient. Order Your Winterberry From TN Nursery Today Let our seven decades of experience work for you. When you purchase your bare root plants from TN Nursery, you will get healthy plants and achieve gardening success. Order today.
Black Chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa) Black Chokeberry: Aronia melanocarpa, the black chokeberry shrub, is a deciduous native North American shrub that will thrive in the moderately cool to warm USDA plant hardiness zones. TN Nursery customers love this bush for the season-long colors, from springtime's snow white blossoms flowers to the summer's rich green foliage to autumn's deep purple to black berries. The black chokeberry is a species with few care requirements. It demands only twice-a-year fertilizer, approximately one inch of water each week, and occasional pruning to maintain a pleasing shape. It prefers a spot that has a mix of both sun and shade. Black Chokeberry Shrubs Will Become a Neighborhood Wildlife Refuge TN Nursery recommends the black chokeberry to any gardeners who are avid nature watchers. Songbirds find Aronia melanocarpa delightful They love the dense canopy, which provides camouflage from their predators--you may get to witness ground-dwelling birds as they build their nests in the lowest branches. In the fall, they will feast on the small purple fruit, a highly nutrient-dense food source for your feathered friends. The Black Chokeberry Shrub Has a Lovely Shape and Colors Black chokeberry grows to a pleasant height of ten feet at maturity. The shrub grows in a vase-like shape--narrower at the bottom with red to brown twigs and branches stretching out to six feet across at the top of its crown. The vibrant dark green leaves are shiny on the tops and dull underneath. They are oval-shaped, and each can be up to three inches long and about two inches wide. They generally turn rust or orange in the fall. Flowers appear on the branches in the middle of spring and last for several weeks. The blooms are small but prolific, giving a beautiful, snowy appearance. The five-petaled blooms form in enormous, lovely clusters; each flower is only an inch across and forms a petite cup shape. You will probably witness bees and butterflies visiting them for the sweet nectar. Order Your Black Chokeberry from TN Nursery Today TN Nursery has seventy years of knowledge and experience and sends out only the healthiest shrubs to its customers--order your black chokeberry today.
White Violets (Viola canadensis) White violets, also known as Viola canadensis, are flowering perennials that belong to the Violaceae family. They are native to North America and can grow in wooded areas, streams, and other moist habitats.White violets typically grow about 6-12 inches tall and have heart-shaped leaves and small, delicate white flowers. They bloom in the spring and early summer and are often used in gardens and landscaping as ground cover or border plants.In addition to their ornamental value, white violets have medicinal properties. They have been used traditionally to treat various ailments, including headaches, coughs, and skin irritations. These delicate perennials are also a source of antioxidants and may have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects. White Violets: Viola canadensis, white violets, are a self-seeding perennial growing in the cooler USDA growing zones. The flowers are striking--snowy white with a delicate purple brushstroke. A North American native species, white violets occur in nature on the rich, moist floors of the hardwood forests of Canada, New England, across the Great Lakes, and into the upper plains. This perennial loves moisture, filtered shade, and organic materials. Where to Plant Viola canadensis in Your Landscape White violets stay under twelve inches tall; the reasonable size makes them ideal for use in many locations. Here are a few places to use white violets: Border garden Shade garden Along a walkway Mass plantings Near a fountain or water feature Along a shaded walkway Loosen the soil in a shady area to encourage quick drainage, and amend the soil with compost, shredded leaves, or hardwood mulch. White violets will also flower in heavily shaded areas, but the blooms will be less bountiful. It does not prefer full sunshine. White violets are deer-resistant but will attract butterflies, moths, bumblebees, and other pollinator insects. The Light and Airy Look of White Violets White violets form small clumps up to twelve inches wide. The stem is burgundy to purple and narrow. The leaves create a lovely heart shape with gently scalloped edges and a pronounced tip. They are a true green, about four inches long and three inches wide. Fine hairs may be present along the edges. Singular flowers measure an inch or less and display five petals with a cheerful yellow middle. The angelic white petals have a slight brush of purple on the lower petal and are about one inch across. Blossoms open up and put on their show at the end of the spring and into early summertime. Order White Violets From TN Nursery Today White violets make a charming addition to your shade garden--order yours from TN Nursery today.
Black Eyed Susan$5.99
Black Eyed Susan The Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) is a bright yellow wildflower native to the eastern part of North America. It belongs to the aster or sunflower family. Ita a herbaceous perennial plant that reaches a mature height of about 1-3 feet tall. Some may grow taller. Rudbeckia Hirta is a Summer Blooming Perennial The plant has a single stem that is hairy and branched, producing yellow, daisy-like flowers with dark brown, almost black centers. The name is derived, of course, from its dark brown center. The flowers are 2-3 inches in diameter. The leaves are green and slightly hairy, and they have toothed margins. The plant's root system is a taproot system with fibrous roots. The plant's taproot can grow to a depth of several feet, depending on the soil conditions. Black-eyed Susans are often grown in gardens for their beautiful blooms and nectar. The nectar attracts bees and butterflies, lured by the sweet nectar and bright colors of the flowers. The pollinators then spread the pollen around. They are also famous for cutting flowers as they have a long vase life. In the wild, Black-eyed Susans grow in woods, prairies, and meadows throughout much of North America. They thrive in dry and moist soils and full sun or partial shade. These flowers typically bloom in mid to late summer and continue to flower through early fall. The exact timing of this blooming period can vary depending on factors such as the plant's location, growing conditions, and climate. In warmer regions, the blooming period may begin earlier in the summer and continue into the fall. In cooler regions, the blooming period may be shorter, and the plants may only flower for a few weeks in mid to late summer. Black Eye Susan are deer-resistant plants that can produce blooms for up to two months under optimal growing conditions.
Jewelweed Plant Jewelweed, also known as spotted touch-me-not or Impatiens capensis, is a plant native to North America. It is a member of the impatiens family.Jewelweed is often found in wetlands and damp areas and prefers to grow in partial to full shade. The plant has thin, translucent stems and oval-shaped leaves with serrated edges. Its flowers are orange or yellow and shaped like a trumpet.Jewelweed is also an important food source for hummingbirds and other wildlife. Jewelweed Plant: Impatiens capensis, or jewelweed plant, is a lovely woodland species you might know by other common names. Some other monikers include these: Orange jewelweed Common jewelweed Orange balsam Spotted touch-me-not Touch-me-not Each term refers to the jewelweed plant regardless of what you call it. Jewelweed Plant Thrives In Shady Conditions The jewelweed plant is hardy and will flourish in challenging conditions. An unabashed woodland grower, it thrives from the Canadian border and in every growing zone in the United States except the hottest. The jewelweed plant grows in its natural forested environment in sun-dappled meadows, clearings, creekbeds, and under a woodsy canopy. It likewise thrives in either shade or partially-shaded conditions in your landscape. It likes moisture but does not want to keep its feet wet and needs well-draining soil with woody organic matter. If you create those growing conditions, the jewelweed plant will need little else from you except perhaps a little autumn mulch in the coolest climates. The Magnificent Beauty of the Jewelweed Plant The plant generally grows to around three feet high and three feet wide. The self-pollinating, self-seeding jewelweed plant has bright green stems and matching leaves. The leaves are a modified triangle shape with gently toothed edges. Although not technically a ground cover plant, the jewelweed can form into dense stands over several years. The flowers dangle from thin, sturdy leaf axles, creating a graceful appearance. The flower petals are a refreshing orange pop that starkly contrasts against the green backdrop. Each flower has four to five petals that form in a slight trumpet shape that hummingbirds cannot resist. Jewelweed plants bloom from early summer until the first fall frost. Jewelweed Plant is available at TN Nursery today. The jewelweed plant is a must-have if you want to add a delicious slice of orange to a shade garden. Order your jewelweed from TN Nursery today.