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Sheet Moss - 5 Square Feet$32.99
Sheet Moss, Hypnum curvifolium Sheet Moss (Hypnum curvifolium) Sheet Moss: TN Nursery supplies its customers with the most luxurious sheet moss you could wish for. Sheet Moss, or Hypnum curvifolium, is a species of moss that grows naturally in a carpet-like pattern on dead trees and wood. Despite its woodsy heritage, gardeners use sheet moss to complete lawns or stone walkways that need a fuller appearance, especially on forested or densely wooded properties. It is perfect! This moss performs best in a moist, shaded area or semi-shaded location, out of direct sunlight. You might also hear some gardeners call it by the other common names: Log moss Brocade moss Feather moss Carpet moss Fern moss Each of those describes the same plant--Hypnum curvifolium. Depending on environmental factors, this moss appears yellow-green to bright-green, with a slightly fuzzy appearance. It looks like a plush green carpet once it matures. Hypnum curvifolium Looks Lavish in Your Landscaping. If you have a sparse lawn due to a lack of sunshine or a stone or brick walkway that needs some greenery between each step, consider adding sheet moss. Hypnum curvifolium has a classic charm that adds the perfect finishing touch to your landscaping projects. Besides giving your finished look a charming look, adding moss to bare spots in your yard can help decrease soil erosion and help retain the soil's nutrients. How Else Can You Use Sheet Moss? While some apply sheet moss to their landscaping projects, it is also a helpful houseplant and is relatively easy to propagate. Many people grow sheet moss in a terrarium, where it provides a soft texture and emits a mild, spring-like fragrance. It is easy to grow, so it makes an excellent choice for beginners who want to add some character to their terrarium project. Just be sure to provide this moss species with plenty of airflow to keep it healthy and maintain its vibrant appearance. Sheet Moss Is a Carefree Plant Once you choose a shaded to a partially-shaded location in your yard and plant your sheet moss, it will take over from there. It requires minimal care, other than a long drink of water if you have a hot spell. Order Sheet Moss Hypnum curvifolium From TN Nursery TN Nursery takes pride in shipping fresh-dug, healthy specimens to our customers. Order your sheet moss with confidence. Sheet Moss (Hypnum curvifolium) For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping
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.
Twinleaf (Jeffersonia diphylla) Twinleaf (Jeffersonia diphylla) is a perennial herbaceous plant native to eastern North America, found in forests and woodlands. It is named after Thomas Jefferson, a friend and contemporary of the botanist who first described the plant, William Bartram.The plant has distinctive, fan-shaped leaves divided into two leaflets, hence the common name "twinleaf." The leaves emerge in early spring, followed by delicate white or pinkish flowers blooming in April and May. The flowers are cup-shaped and have eight petals arranged in two whorls.Twinleaf has several medicinal uses in traditional medicine, including treating coughs, fever, and digestive problems. It contains several compounds that has shown proof of its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which may contribute to its therapeutic effects. However, as with all medicinal plants, it is essential to consult a healthcare professional before using twinleaf for medicinal purposes. Twinleaf: TN Nursery proudly offers Jeffersonia diphylla, or twinleaf, a North American native species. It originated in the moist deciduous forests and woodlands of eastern North America. Despite its origins, this plant will also grow well in the moderate temperatures of the midwest and mid-south regions. Gardeners prize the twinleaf for its spectacular green stems and leaves and its lovely flowers appearing soon after the first leaves enter springtime. Although twinleaf does produce charming blooms, it is a perennial shrub that grows up to three feet tall. Twinleaf Plant-The Ethereal Appearance Twinleaf blooms in the early days of spring--in March through May, depending on local conditions--when everyone is ready for the cheery nature of flowers. Each flower contains eight white petals with softly-rounded edges and a light green to yellow center. They may appear in small, eye-pleasing clusters or singly, in the lovely, random perfection that only Mother Nature can produce. The flowers have a pleasant, soft floral aroma. "twinleaf" refers to the leaves, which are light- to medium-green in color and form in pairs or twins. Each pair has a heavenly appearance, similar in shape to an angel's wings emerging from a thin, woody stem. Where to Use the Twinleaf Plant in Your Garden Twinleaf prefers full shade, although it can tolerate filtered shade. It has an attractive appearance that will serve you well as an ornamental shrub but can also serve as a specimen in a shade garden. Like most native species, twinleaf does not demand much care. If you plant it in the shade, amend the soil with fertilizer in the early spring and fall, and water it during dry spells, it will give you years of pleasure. Twinleaf Plant is available online at TN Nursery Today Order your Jeffersonia diphylla from TN Nursery today--we dig each order fresh to ensure you receive the best quality bare root plants.
Black Gum Tree$25.99
Black Gum Tree (Nyssa sylvatica) Black Gum Tree: Nyssa sylvatica, or the black gum tree, is a tall and lovely tree that will flourish in the moderately warm USDA plant hardiness zones. The black gum tree is a native species of the United States. In nature, you might see it in high woodlands, near swamplands or marshes, or occasionally in a floodplain. They are drought-tolerant after they mature but need an inch of weekly watering during the first growing season. People choose the black gum tree for its easy going nature and pretty colors, especially its fiery red fall color. The black gum tree demands little from the gardener except a sunny to partial sun spot in the yard. Nyssa sylvatica Has Several Common Names Some gardeners prefer other common names for Nyssa sylvatica: Black gum Tree Black Gum Tree Black Tupelo Tree Common Tupelo Tree Cotton Gum Tree Nyssa Tree Pepperidge Tree Sour Gum Tree Tupelo Gum Tree The Black Gum Tree Is Grand and Handsome The black gum tree is a tall, medium-sized, and handsome tree. Each tree will grow to a mature height between forty to seventy feet. The species will develop a pyramidical crown with a rounded rather than a sharp shape at the top. The trunk will be three to four feet in diameter, proportionate to the height. The bark is medium to dark gray, with attractive furrows and ridges. The black gum tree bears glorious deep green leaves with a pale green underside. Each leaf may measure about six inches long and three inches wide and have an elliptical shape and a blunt point at the tip. In the fall, those leaves will display gorgeous fiery red colors. Each black gum tree can produce clusters of fruits that emerge around the end of August and continues to bear the fruit throughout the first weeks of autumn. Local wildlife, including squirrels, chipmunks, deer, and birds, will enjoy harvesting this feast into the early winter. Order Your Black Gum Tree From TN Nursery The black gum tree is a beautiful, mid-sized tree that will provide lovely green foliage in the summer and blazing red color in the autumn--please place your order with TN Nursery today.
Green Mountain Boxwood$13.99
Buxus Green Moutain Boxwood Green mountain boxwood: The Buxus 'Green Mountain" is a woody, broadleaf, evergreen shrub that grows throughout most of the North American continent. It naturally grows into a softly-rounded pyramid shape with a broad bottom and pronounced top. However, despite its naturally lovely shape, it is also highly tolerant of pruning and shaping. As a result, gardeners who practice the ancient art of topiary, or crafting elaborate shapes from trees and shrubs, often choose this plant as their "canvas." The boxwood is an ancient shrub species, dating back to Asia over 4000 years ago and then across trade routes to northern Europe. It made its way to North America with early settlers. It is well-suited to the American climate and widespread across the country. It's a deer-resistant, disease-resistant species that can tolerate hot weather. Green Mountain Boxwood Adds Charm to Your Garden Buxus 'Green Mountain' is a charming low-growing shrub with dense foliage. It stays under a seven-foot maximum height at maturity but usually averages about five feet. They can stand alone as lovely specimens, but most gardeners group them to form a hedge on their property lines or to create a privacy screen. The elliptical, dark, and glossy green leaves grow tightly in a tight formation, creating a lush "wall" of green that will keep prying eyes away from you. Some plant the Green Mountain boxwood as a foundation planting, filling in shady parts around the home with this shrub. Because it is so forgiving about trimming, keeping it cut back below the windows without causing any damage is almost effortless. Order Your Green Mountain Boxwood From TN Nursery Today Green Mountain Boxwood is a good-natured and attractive evergreen shrub. It's perfectly sized for many uses in your yard and tolerant of pruning. Order your plants from TN Nursery for the healthiest plants you can imagine.
Pink Weigela (Weigela florida) Pink Weigela, Weigela Florida, is a long-blooming, stunningly handsome deciduous shrub in the honeysuckle family. Besides the name pink weigela, you might hear some refer to it as old-fashioned weigela. This plant has it all--a graceful shape, vibrant pink blooms, and an independent nature that is entirely undemanding. It grows in the cool to moderately warm USDA growing zones with little care once it establishes roots. This plant does not just bloom. Instead, it reblooms time and again throughout a single growing season. You will have gorgeous pink color for many weeks. All it asks of a gardener is a nice sunny spot to bask in, a generous helping of fertilizer in the early spring before the shrub blossoms, a little water on the hottest days, and mulch to prepare for the winter cold. It really requires little else. Where to Use Pink Weigela in Your Landscape Pink weigela has many practical landscape applications, as follows: Hummingbird garden: The tiny, busy little birds love the tubular shape of pink weigela flowers--they will find them irresistible. Pollinator garden: Besides the hummingbirds mentioned above, bees, butterflies, and birds will gravitate to this species. Shade garden: This plant will perform well in partial sunshine, so use it in that somewhat sunny spot in your shade garden. Natural area: Brighten any natural space in your yard--pink weigela makes a lovely accent flower. Stand-alone specimen: This shrub is an excellent choice if you want to pick one bright, colorful plant to stand alone as a focal point in your landscape. Pink Weigela Is A Lovely Shrub in Both Color and Form Pink weigela is a beautiful shrub. Besides the bright pink, reblooming flowers, it has an elegant shape with stems that bend gracefully from the weight of the leaves and flowers. It is a natural and charming look. The leaves are oval-shaped, measuring under two inches long, light to medium green, and have toothy edges. They grow in an opposing pattern on the gray stem. In autumn, the leaves turn purple or burgundy. The pink flowers are vibrant--a true pink. They are trumpet-shaped, just over one inch, and abundant, stretching the entire stem. Order Your Pink Weigela From TN Nursery Today Pink weigela will light your garden with its vibrant color for many weeks in a single growing season. TN Nursery suggests this shrub for anyone who desires a reblooming species. Order 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.
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.
Fern Moss - 5 Square Feet$33.99
Fern Moss (Thuidium delicatulum) is a Ground Covering Plant with a Fern-like Appearance Fern Moss (Thuidium delecatulum) Fern Moss: The fern moss plant, Thuidium delecatulum, is a ground cover plant that happily grows in almost any shade or semi-shaded spot in your garden. You may find others calling it delicate fern moss or common fern moss, but all refer to Thuidium delecatulum. This North American native species is widespread in the United States and Europe. Its native habitat is shady woods and wetlands. It grows on rocks, logs, and stumps and in swampy areas--it is unfussy about having good soil quality. It needs a little attention for the first few months after planting, especially if you experience a hot season or drought. But it becomes almost maintenance-free after it takes hold and starts to spread. Fern moss is a terrific ground cover plant, even in slow-draining or acidic soils around juniper or pine trees. Fern Moss Is an Enchanting Ornamental Moss Fern moss takes its name from its appearance. This moss has delicate, velvety frond-like leaves that look like tiny ferns. Upon closer inspection, the leaf texture has a peach fuzz coating that resembles tiny hairs. Although the fronds can grow up to four inches long, they lay over under their weight. That draping effect creates a lovely, dense mat that adds a pure earthy green to your garden bed. Unlike some mossy species, fern moss also tolerates foot traffic. Fern Moss Is a Very Tolerant Species Once you plant fern moss, it requires very little care from you. Although it prefers moist to boggy living conditions, it can conversely tolerate short hot spells and drought. If you have a location with poor drainage and heavy shade, fern moss would be an excellent plant to consider. While some plants don't like "wet feet," fern moss is just the opposite; it will happily grow in the wettest, shadiest yards. How to Use Fern Moss in Your Garden Success with fern moss is all about plant site selection--it wants a moist, shady location. If you give it the placement it requires, your work will be over. Fern Moss thrives in moist, partial shade, and acidic soils. It also requires protection from prevailing winds. It is an excellent ground cover for moss gardens, shade gardens, mossy rock walls, and concrete or stone steps. It also adds a nice touch of green when you use it in hanging baskets and potted plants. Order Fern Moss From TN Nursery Please order your fern moss today if you have a heavily shaded, slow-draining spot in your yard. It will make a world of difference! Fern Moss (Thuidium delicatulum) will Act as Living Mulch for your Water Happy Ferns
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.
Tree Moss - 5 Square Feet$33.99
Tree Moss Climacium dendroides Tree Moss: Climacium dendroides, is a lovely, dark green color. Most people purchase it from TN Nursery to use as a ground cover plant to beautify spots in the yard where they cannot grow grass. You might hear gardeners refer to this moss by several names but tree moss is the carpet-like moss that creeps up trees and it beautiful. Regardless of the name, it is worthy of consideration in your garden. This moss grows naturally throughout North America and Europe, thriving on rocks, boulders, and logs. Tree Moss Can Serve Many Purposes in Your Landscape Most people use mosses to fill in bare patches of lawn. However, you can use your imagination; put it to use in almost any shady or semi-shady spot. Some gardeners use tree moss to accent their rock gardens or shade gardens. Others use it to seal the moisture in container gardens or houseplants. It is also an excellent companion plant for other plants, as it helps draw and retain excess water. Climacium dendroides tree moss is also an excellent plant for moss lawns, but it works best in areas where it will receive very little foot traffic. Wreath-makers cultivate rock cap moss to harvest to make beautiful wreaths and floral arrangements. Tree Moss Is Decorative Anywhere You Grow It Tree moss displays long, narrow leaves with a glossy, bright green surface. The leaves have softly toothed ridges that add an intriguing textural element to the landscape. This species is known for its dark green color, spreading quickly with minimal care from you. All it might need is a little water on dry or hot days, especially after you first plant it. It does not have a specific soil preference--and can even grow on rock ledges in shady canyons--but it will do best in a shaded to semi-shaded location. Order Your Tree Moss From TN Nursery TN Nursery proudly digs their plants only upon order, ensuring fresh, healthy plants arrive at your door. Order your rock cap moss from us today. Tree MossPolytrichum commune is for sale online at TN Nursery
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.
Perennials Package - 10 Plants$19.98
Perennial Grab Bag (10 Plants) Perennial Grab Bag: TN Nursery proudly offers a perennial grab bag containing ten of our most popular, highly colorful perennials in a high-quality package hand-selected to suit your needs. Have you ever mused about the best plants to choose for your garden? Our horticulturist knows what plants work perfectly in your local USDA growing zone. When you place an order for a perennial grab bag of ten plants, we put our decades of experience to work for you. Our perennial grab bags are more than an excellent low cost. They also provide tremendous value because you get hand-curated, healthy bulbs or bare-root plants that are particularly suitable for your locality. Our horticulturist will assemble the grab bag and dig the selections only after reviewing your order and determining your growing zone. Consider the TN Nursery expert to be your personal plant consultant. We will include species that vary in height and size, provide an array of colors, and blossom over several weeks to give you beautiful results. Some Common Plants We Might Include in a Perennial Grab Bag (10 Plants) TN Nursery has over a hundred perennials in our vast inventory. While it's not possible to pinpoint precisely which flowers or plants we might send, here are a few typical selections that we love: Yello coneflower: A summertime favorite that works in several USDA growing zones, yellow coneflower attracts healthy pollinators to your garden. Vinca minor (periwinkle): Add height to your garden or a fence with a trellis or arbor--vinca minor will offer beautiful color and foliage. Phlox: This summertime classic provides beautiful blossoms for several weeks. Stella de Oro Daylily: These yellow flowers are showstoppers, with stunning bright yellow and bright green foliage--a TN Nursery customer favorite. Daffodils: This bulb returns reliably, one spring after another, during the earliest warm days. Of course, this is a quick peek at a few of our favorites--your grab bag will suit your growing needs. Order Your Perennial Grab Bag of 10 Plants From TN Nursery Today Are you ready for colorful blossoms and healthy, hardy perennials? Order your perennial grab bag of ten plants from TN Nursery today.