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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.
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.
Fern Variety - 10 Plants$19.99
Fern Variety Set 10 Ferns Fern Variety Set(10 Ferns): TN Nursery proudly offers a fern variety set. This hand-selected, curated collection ensures that you get the best ferns. Your collection includes species that best suit the requirements of your USDA growing zone. ● Have you been curious about growing ferns? ● Did you wish you had tried but were unsure you would succeed? ● Have you ever wished an expert horticulturist available to help you pick the best ferns? ● Are you unsure which ferns will perform well in your region? Guess what...TN Nursery can help you confidently take that next step. TN Nursery Will Hand Select the Best Ferns When you order our fern variety set, you will receive ten healthy bare-root ferns that will quickly display lush green fronds. We will hand-pick the best ferns for you. You will have the plants you need to transform the most barren parts of your shady or partially shady yard into an oasis your neighbors will covet. When you order, we will consider your USDA growing zone and choose a package with the best ferns for your location and growing needs. What Ferns Might We Include in The Fern Variety Set? TN Nursery grows healthy ferns and several popular species. We produce the following species at our nursery in central Tennessee: ● Royal ferns ● Cinnamon ferns ● Fiddlehead ferns ● Ostrich ferns ● Sensitive ferns ● Leatherwood ferns ● Maidenhair ferns ● Giant ostrich ferns ● Bracken ferns ● New York ferns ● Christmas ferns ● Glade ferns ● Hay-scented ferns Of course, not each of these species suits every growing zone. But you don't need to worry about that--leave your selection of ferns our knowledgeable staff. Our experts are here to help! TN Nursery Digs Your Fern Variety Set Fresh–and Only After You Order TN Nursery only digs up products from our nursery after a customer places an order. This process ensures we ship only fresh, healthy products to our customers. Let us surprise you! Place your order today.
Yarrow Plant Yarrow is a perennial herbaceous plant native to Europe, Asia, and North America. It is known for its fern-like foliage and clusters of small, flat-topped flowers that bloom in shades of white, yellow, pink, or red. Yarrow plants typically grow 2-3 feet tall and prefer full sun to partial shade. In addition to its ornamental value, yarrow has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. It contains several compounds that have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, and it has been used to treat various ailments, including wounds, fever, and digestive issues. Yarrow is also famous for attracting pollinators, particularly butterflies and bees. It is easy to grow and relatively low-maintenance, and can be propagated through division or seed. Yarrow is an excellent addition to a wildflower garden or mixed border and can be used in cut flower arrangements. Yarrow Plant: A low-maintenance, drought-tolerant herbaceous perennial that grows across almost the entire United States, yarrow is an extremely hardy plant. It belongs to the large Achillea genus, all native to North America, Europe, and Asia. This resilient plant is unfussy and, once established, almost carefree. Yarrow flourishes equally in the following growing conditions: Full sun or partial shade Cooler climates or heat High humidity or arid conditions Because of its adaptability and easy-going nature, TN Nursery often suggests the yarrow plant for the most challenging growing conditions. Other common names for yarrow include the following: Bloodwart Carpenter's Weed Common Yarrow Devil's Nettle Fern-Leaf Yarrow Milfoil Nose Bleed Oldman's Pepper Sanguinary Soldier's Woundwort Thousandleaf The Graceful Appearance of the Yarrow Plant The yarrow plant averages two to three feet in height at maturity. Each plant features multiple glossy, dark green stems with graceful, six-inch-long, fern-like leaves. The flowers appear in the late weeks of summer or early fall. Small, under one-inch wide flowers, with five ray-shaped petals emerge in abundance. They have yellow or light green centers. These petite blossoms form in dense, showy clusters of twenty or more. At first glance, they appear like a single giant flower. The plant emits a pleasing, spicy fragrance that intensifies if you break open a stem to release its oils.
Quaker Ladies (Azure Bluet)$5.69
Quaker Ladies Azure Bluet Azure bluets, also known as Quaker ladies, are dainty, pale-blue perennial flowers that symbolize connection to Mother Earth. The Azure bluet flowers grow in patches and are about four inches tall. This cute flower is the perfect addition to any garden or landscape. Each flower has four delicate, pointed petals and a yellow center held by a thin, dark-green stem. Bluets Quaker Ladies Native to North America, the Azure bluet thrives in meadows along rivers with thin, rocky soil. They look gorgeous in any garden and add instant beauty anywhere they are planted. Azure bluets love the sun and thrive in acidic soil. This woodland herb provides an elegant pop of color that will enhance the beauty of your backyard landscape. Bees and other pollinators are attracted to this vibrant flower. You will notice the most growth and color from this flower in spring, making it an excellent addition to your yard during the Easter holiday. Once established, your bluets will return each spring to create a charming landscape that resembles a fairy tale. The clusters of bluet serve as an excellent ground cover that will hide bare patches of land and breathe life into your lawn or garden. Azure Bluets are also known as Quaker Ladies Seeds carried by the wind will be dispersed across your yard, adding pops of sky-blue to the landscape. Some believe that planting this flower can strengthen your connection to Earth's inhabitants, including birds and plants. Innocence and beauty are also represented by azure bluets, making them one of the most popular garden plants in the United States and Canada. Anyone can enjoy these tiny flowers' delicate, gentle appearance, and they will surely bring a sense of playful joy to your yard or garden. You will love seeing these little blue flowers pop up each spring.
Shooting Star Plant$6.99
Shooting Star (Dodecatheon meadia) The shooting star plant, also known as Dodecatheon meadia, is a herbaceous perennial native to North America. It typically grows about 1-2 feet tall and blooms in the spring with clusters of white, pink, or lavender flowers resembling shooting stars. The shooting star plant prefers moist, well-draining soil and partial shade to full sun. It is often found growing in meadows, prairies, streams, and other bodies of water. The plant has a unique pollination strategy. Its flowers produce nectar at the base of their tubes, and only long-tongued bees, such as bumblebees, can reach the nectar. As the bees push their way into the flower to get the nectar, the stamens and pistils are rubbed against their bodies, helping to transfer pollen from one flower to another. In some cultures, the shooting star plant is claimed to have medicinal properties and has been used to treat various ailments such as colds, fevers, and rheumatism. However, always realize that there is limited scientific research on the plant's medicinal benefits, and it should only be used by consulting a healthcare professional. Shooting star: Dodecatheon meadia, also called a shooting star or Eastern shooting star, is a herbaceous perennial wildflower. The plant is native to the United States, found in the wild in forest clearings, along the edges of woods, or in sunny clearings. This plant enjoys partial sunshine but tolerates a few hours of full sun daily. This plant is not particular about soil quality. Instead, it requires moisture and woody materials. Amend the soil with peat moss, shredded leaves, or hardwood mulch. Once you plant it, the roots establish, and you will do little else other than basic plant care to help the shooting star. It adds lovely greenery to any partially sunny location in your landscape. It blossoms in the early spring and then has beautiful foliage until it goes dormant in the late summer. The Unique Appearance of Shooting Star Flowers The shooting star plant takes its name from the lovely but unusual appearance of the flower. A shooting star plant is on the smaller side, measuring about two feet high and two feet wide. Still, it makes an impactful statement in your garden, especially when the flowers bloom in early spring. The plant grows from a compact root system, with whorls of leaves forming low on the plant. The leaves are green and often have attractive red mottling. Each leaf can be relatively large, getting as big as eight inches long, and forms in seven lobes. A single, unbranched, leafless stem grows and bears the flowers. Shooting star flowers grow in clusters atop the stem, with four or five petals each. This flower displays four to five petals. The petals are two to three-inch, elongated, pure white, and arranged in a cone shape that points down. Besides that, the flower's center (stamen) also points downward. The flowers appear suspended, creating the appearance of a shooting star. Where to Plant Dodecatheon meadia The shooting star plant will grow in moderate heat conditions and needs moist, well-drained soil and partial sun. While it does tolerate short dry spells, you'll need to water it during an extended drought. You can use this plant in the middle of a garden border, in a natural area or rock garden, or in any flower bed that needs a touch of life in the early springtime. Order Your Shooting Star Plants From TN Nursery When you order your shooting stars from TN Nursery, you will receive robust, fresh bare-root plants. Order today.
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
Bird's Foot Violet$5.79
Bird's Foot Violet (Viola pedata) Make your garden stand out with stunning birds' foot violet perennials! Birds foot violet perennials are an eye-catching addition to any outdoor area. With their unique foliage, these hardy plants will draw attention and be the centerpiece of your garden. The deep purple flowers last throughout the season and make a great addition to any landscape. Bird's foot violet perennials will stay healthy and vibrant for years with minimal care. Bring a unique and lovely look to your garden with these perennials, and enjoy the freshness all year round! Enjoy the vibrant color of these gorgeous flowers and the low-maintenance care that comes with them. Make sure to experience the joy of having these delightful flowers in your outdoor area! Make your garden stand out today with bird's foot violet perennials — get them delivered right to your door! Bird's Foot Violet: Viola pedata, or the Bird's Foot Violet, is a lovely herbaceous perennial plant with showy blue or violet flowers that add color to the late-spring garden. Bird's Foot Violet is a sun-loving flower that can tolerate a little filtered shade. It is a North American native species, found naturally growing in meadows, along ditch banks, and in woodland clearings from southern New England through the mid-south and west across the open prairies of the upper midwest. It prefers de-compacted soil, and you will fertilize it about twice yearly--in the early spring and the fall. In late autumn, gardeners in northern climates often add a protective blanket of hardwood mulch. Although Bird's Foot Violet likes moisture, it does not like wet feet, so plan a spot where rainwater does not stand. Besides routine maintenance, Bird's Foot Violet is easy to grow. Where to Plant Bird's, Foot Violet TN Nursery suggests Bird's Foot Violet if you have a sunny spot that needs a touch of late spring color. Plant Bird's Foot Violet in these spots: Near a garden walkway Fairy Garden Rock garden Flower bed Garden border Mass plantings In deep pots or containers The Magnificent Beauty of Bird's Foot Violet Bird's Foot Violet gets its name from the unique appearance of its leaves--they grow in a shape that resembles a bird's foot! The leaves are silvery green, elongated to about three inches, and lobed in a way that looks like a claw. The flowers have four petals--the two upper petals are usually blue, and the lower petals may be a richer shade, like purple or violet. The two-toned effect is stunning. Bird's Foot Violet grows to about eight inches high and wide, a reasonably sized plant you can use in many settings. Order Your Bird's Foot Violet From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery has decades of experience, and we ship only the best from our family farm. Order your Bird's Foot Violet today.
Behold the beauty of the Iris domestica Blackberry lily or leopard lily! Plant the blackberry Lily perennial to Introduce a unique and unusual look to your garden with the bold hues of this exotic flower. This fast-blooming perennial provides bright, captivating colors for weeks in beds, borders, and pots. With its deep, dark purple blooms and contrasting pale yellow throats, its blooms create a dramatic statement from early summer through to mid-autumn. Make your outdoor space come alive with the vibrant colors of the Iris domestica Blackberry lily or leopard lily. Brighten any garden bed, border, or pot with its illustrious blooms that will surely get noticed! Start adding some flair to your outdoor space today and order your own Iris domestica Blackberry lily Blackberry lily plants will set your garden apart with gorgeous, easy low maintenance plants from TN Nursery! The elegant lilies in our collection feature bold, showy blooms that last for days. When you shop with TN Nursery, you choose from our large, diverse selection of blackberry lilies to find the perfect plants for your garden. We offer large quantities of blackberry lily plants of bare-root and blooming age to suit any need. Pick your perfect plant today and set your garden apart from the rest! TN Nursery strives to provide the best for customers nationwide. What's your favorite lily? Iris Domestica is a hardy flower in many colors, such as blackberry, red, and blue. These living splendors are perfect for your garden, bringing you beauty from April through July. Stop missing out on the best! Whether you're looking for a blackberry lily, leopard flower, or any other type of iris, TN Nursery has the highest quality plants and affordable prices. For affordable pricing and fast shipping nationwide, visit TN Nursery today! TN Nursery is a wholesale supplier of blackberry lilies and other Iridaceae plants. We offer selected varieties for their size, shape, and flowering patterns.TN Nursery has been in business since 1956. We ship all year round and offer low grower prices to ensure you don't have to overpay for your plants. Interested in Iris Domestica? Contact us today! TN Nursery offers blackberry lilies at the best prices on the market. To get your order started today, shop online from the comforts of your home and buy all your plants at the #1 rated mail-order nursery. TN Nursery is located in the heart of the nursery capital of the world, 28 miles from Mcminnville, TN! The time is now! Contact TN Nursery today, and we can deliver a package to your front door in no time!
10 Water Garden Plants$24.99
Water Garden Package of 10 Water-Loving Plants Water Garden Package: TN Nursery is pleased to present a water garden package, complete with ten healthy, water-loving plants, to our customers. If you have a water garden or koi pond on your property, you know this unique feature is worth your time and attention. Adding the best water garden plants for your growing zone adds value and charm; it also adds value to the mini-ecosystem your pond creates. But what plants are necessary? You might ask yourself that question. TN Nursery takes the guesswork out of the equation. Our experienced horticulturists will custom assemble--just for you--a water garden package with ten plants that will flourish in your particular area. When you order, we take note of your USDA growing zone, which helps us decide which species we will select for your water garden package. Please place your order with complete confidence in our experience. We will take care of the rest. Water Garden Package Might Include Here are a few plants that might come in your water garden package--remember these are representative, but your particular selection may vary. Water Lily Pads: Lily pads are a charming, classic addition to a pond or water garden. They camouflage your fish, protecting them from predators, and have lovely flowers that add a vibrant touch of color. Water Willow: This lovely plant has colorful flowers that bloom in the shallow waters of your pond or along the banks. Bulrush: This aquatic plant grows in dense colonies in low waters. It often serves as a habitat for herons, egrets, or other water-loving birds. Cattails: Tall and classic, the cattail is easily identifiable for its lovely, large plumes that rise out of the water. Remember, your water garden package contains ten healthy plants, hand-selected to suit your local growing conditions. Our experts know what you need. Water Garden Package (10 Plants) is available today at TN Nursery Are you ready to enhance your pond with the best water garden plants? Place your order with TN Nursery today.
Lawn Moss - 5 Square Feet$31.99
Lawn Moss Lawn Moss: If grass fails to thrive in your yard, lawn moss might present the ideal solution to that problem. Turfgrasses can be persnickety--they require just the right fertilizer, sunshine, and water. On top of that, turfgrass demands weekly caretaking. Think of the time spent on mowing, edging, and other time-demanding tasks. On the other hand, using lawn moss as a ground cover offers a time-saving and carefree solution. Lawn Moss Is a Time Saver Lawn moss is a bryophyte plant with no roots or veins. Instead of receiving nutrients and moisture through a root system and transporting them via veins, they absorb everything they need from the air. Their independent nature relieves you of the time fertilizing and watering. You also need not mow or otherwise tend to it every weekend. Imagine not spending every Saturday afternoon cutting the grass. Lawn Moss Is Kinder to the Environment Than Turfgrasses In addition to saving you time, lawn moss is eco-friendlier than lawn grasses. For starters, lawn moss requires only minimal watering. Remember, it's drawing in moisture in the air. Unless you live in an arid climate, it does not need your help. Second, we mentioned how you do not need to cut or trim lawn moss weekly. This timesaver also means you save on energy costs. Whether you have a gas-powered or electric mower, you will not consume that energy source in caring for your yard. Lawn Moss Prospers in the Most Challenging Growing Circumstances Your yard might not support turfgrass because of dense shade, a lack of natural nutrients, or a texture that fussy grass does not like. In any of these circumstances, lawn moss can give you the look of a green lawn without having the perfect growing conditions for grass. It requires part-shade to full shade and prefers a humid area. It can grow in arid parts of the United States with regular watering. Lawn moss can thrive in acidic soil conditions, out of rocks, on the side of dead trees, and out of logs without assistance from a gardener. Can you imagine a plush, thick, green carpet of lawn moss filling in all the dead spots in your backyard? Buy Your Lawn Moss From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery digs moss fresh with each order, ensuring you have the best experience. You can order yours today with complete confidence in our decades of experience. Lawn Moss is available at TN Nursery for an affordable price
Northern Privet (Ligustrum ibolium) Northern Privet: Ligustrum ibolium, or the northern privet, is a flowering evergreen shrub that provides even colder climates with year-long green foliage. TN Nursery suggests the northern privet (or north privet) for any gardener who needs a hedge that grows fast--two to three feet per growing season--and in almost any USDA plant hardiness zone. This species thrives in either full sun or partial sunny conditions. The northern privet is a cold-hardy species. It can withstand the cold temperatures of the upper midwest, New England, and the Great Lakes regions. Even in these frigid climates, gardeners can trim off any ice damage that could occur, and the shrub will fill back in without any problem. How TN Customers Use Northern Privets in Their Yards Northern privet generally reaches a mature height between twelve to fifteen feet and a width of eight to ten feet. Although they can grow high, they are also highly forgiving of trimmings to keep them shaped into a lower profile. Here are three reasons why TN Nursery customers order the northern privet: Border planting: Install the northern privet as a garden border. Let it grow tall in the back row, or trim it back for the middle row. Foundation planting: Many gardeners use northern privet along their homes' foundation, especially on a west- or south-facing sunny side where less tolerant plants might wither. It will accept trimming below window eight and look full and plush again in record time. Privacy hedge: Homeowners who want to shield a deck, patio, pool, or hot tub from prying eyes will let their northern privet hedge grow unchecked. Northern Privet Has a Vibrant, Fresh Look This evergreen shrub is beautiful, with bright green leaves that will be a welcome color even in the dreariness of winter. The leaves are glossy and oval with a well-defined tip. Leaves grow toward the ends of sturdy brown stems. The plant has small, creamy white flowers with small petals that blossom in attractive clusters. The soft floral scent attracts bees in the early season. Order your Northern Privet From TN Nursery Today Northern privet is a classic evergreen hedge appropriate in many USDA growing zones. Please place your order with TN Nursery today.
Mood Moss - 5 Square Feet$34.99
Mood Moss Dicranum scoparium Mood Moss (Dicranum scoparium) Mood moss (Dicranum scoparium) is a plant you might know by several common names. TN Nursery might call it mood moss, but some gardeners refer to it by these: Windswept moss Broom moss Broomfork moss Mood Moss Has a Lush Green Appearance This moss has distinctive, airy-looking leaves shaped like delicate spearheads. It's also a good host in the garden, serving as an excellent habitat for small creatures. It also provides food for some insects. Dicranium scoparium grows to a mature height of three to four inches. This plant grows on a variety of surfaces, including damp soil. Its shallow root structure makes it suitable for both indoor and outdoor environments. It grows naturally on moist forest floors and rocks in shaded areas. However, mood moss can also grow on wood, gravel, cement, and other substrates, providing good drainage and moisture. How TN Nursery Customers Use Mood Moss Here are some ways TN Nursery customers put mood moss to use in their gardens. Gardeners cultivate this moss for hard-to-grow spots in the garden or to cover unsightly rocks, concrete, or bricks in old buildings. It also makes a classic addition to a shade garden, especially if you might have challenges growing other plants. It is a lush, dark green ground cover that spreads across a garden quickly. Besides the toothy-looking leave appearing so attractive, the prolific spread also means that mood moss can help prevent soil erosion. Other customers order Dicranum scoparium to add to a terrarium, reptile tank, or fish tank. Why Choose Dicranum scoparium? This gorgeous moss prefers a moist environment and a cooler climate. On the other hand, it adapts to droughts easily, making it worry-free for gardeners across many USDA growing zones. Mood moss is easy to grow and requires little maintenance. It has a delicate root system and will absorb nutrients easily. It grows well in moist conditions and is drought-tolerant. It can be preserved and used as interior wall art. Mood moss can be easily divided and used anywhere you need a touch of greenery. Order Mood Moss From TN Nursery Today Many crafters grow it for making decorative crafts, such as moss wreaths. Mood moss is a very versatile plant! Order yours today; the TN Nursery team is ready to assist. Buy mood moss (Dicranum scoparium) online at Tn Nursery with fast shipping
Coral Red Dogwood$21.99
Coral Red Dogwood (Cornus sericea) Coral Red Dogwood: TN Nursery customers can’t get enough of Cornus sericea or coral red dogwood trees. The North American native species is a deciduous ornamental tree that flourished from Canada to the mid-south and midwestern states. Why do they love it? For its lovely display of white flowers in the late springtime or early summer. Most gardeners adore coral red dogwood trees for more than just their prolific white flowers; they also enjoy the year-round color! The coral red dogwood’s attractive coral-colored stems enhance the lovely white blossoms. Those stems are bronze- to red during spring and summer and turn to an intense coral hue that provides wintertime color after the leaves fall. Gardeners also enjoy the easy-to-care-for properties of the coral red dogwood. It is cold-tolerant, pest-resistant, and drought-tolerant. Once it matures, it will require almost no additional attention except during an extended drought. They flourish in the cool to moderately warm USDA growing zones. Other Names for Cornus sericea Cornus sericea has several common names, all referring to the same species: American Dogwood Creek Dogwood Red Osier Dogwood Redstem Dogwood Red Twig Dogwood Redtwig Dogwood Red Willow Tatarian Dogwood Western Dogwood Gardeners Find Coral Red Dogwood So Easy to Grow Once your coral red dogwood trees establish strong roots, they will give you a stunning display of enormous white flowers in the late springtime or early summer and an attractive green crown during the summer. When the short days of fall arrive, the leaves turn orange, bronze, red, or russet. Before you plant your coral dogwood trees, find a full-sunshine spot with well-draining soil. They love moisture, but they do not tolerate wet roots. De-compact the ground and scoop in a generous amount of organic woody materials. Mulch, peat moss, or leaf litter all work well. After the coral red dogwood achieves maturity, you will only need to fertilize it twice yearly, prune it as needed, and mulch around the base to insulate it in the late fall. You Will Enjoy The Immense Beauty of the Coral Red Dogwood Coral red dogwood trees have sturdy but relatively small trunks and slender but sturdy, upright branches and stem. The blossoms are creamy white. They appear as significant, singular flowers but are massive clusters of tiny flowers. Each individual bloom consists of four flat petals and a green or yellow middle. Order Your Coral Red Dogwood Tree From TN Nursery Coral red dogwood tree is perfect for year-round color; even when the leaves drop in the fall, the colorful stems create a warm wash of color. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
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.