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10 Hummingbird Plants Package$23.99
Hummingbird Plant Package (10 Plants) Hummingbird Plant Package: Do you love to watch busy little hummingbirds when they visit your garden? The TN Nursery Hummingbird Plant Package can help you provide an even better ecosystem for your tiny feathered friends. When you order the Hummingbird Plant Package from TN Nursery, you will receive ten hand-selected perennials that will thrive in your area. Our packages are highly customized, hand-selected upon order, and will include ONLY plants that will flourish in your USDA hardiness zone. Typical Selections for the Hummingbird Plant Package Each Hummingbird Plant Package includes ten plants with showy and bright flowers that hummingbirds cannot resist. No two packages are alike, and your selections might vary from these examples. However, we want to illustrate some typical examples. Daylily: Hummingbirds love daylily flowers for their elongated shape--perfect for drawing nectar! You might receive cheerful yellow Stella De Oro or ruby-colored Red Baja daylily selections. Trumpet Vine: This fast-growing vine is excellent on a trellis or arbor. It's an ideal way to add height to your hummingbird garden. Besides the attractive orange-colored flowers and sweet nectar, the trumpet vine grows dense foliage to give hummingbirds a way to escape predators. Butterfly Bush: Don't let the name fool you--hummingbirds find the mauve, lavender, or purple flowering butterfly bush highly attractive. It grows in many USDA zones and is drought-tolerant. Butterfly Weed: Because of their long but slender beaks, hummingbirds love slim, elongated flowers like tubular flowers. This plant is a customer favorite--the best-seller at TN Nursery. Jewelweed: We like to include the jewelweed because it's hardy in most American growing zones, blossoming until the first frost. These late blooms provide nectar for hummingbirds later into the season. Order Your Hummingbird Plant Package From TN Nursery Today Growing a hummingbird garden is easier than you think. The TN Nursery Hummingbird Plant Package provides ten easy-care plants that attract these tiny creatures to your backyard. You'll feed your local flock natural nectar instead of sugar water to ensure their health. Order yours today.
Creeping Phlox For an effortless splash of color, few outdoor plants can compare to the Phlox subulata. Also known as the creeping phlox, moss phlox, or mountain phlox, it's a bright and fragrant perennial that brings a vibrant look to any garden. Creeping Phlox has stunning colors in spring, summer and fall An actual all-season plant, Phlox subulata makes a fantastic addition to any outdoor space. It grows to approximately six inches tall but spreads to two feet wide. With its low-growing, spreading habit, this vigorous sun-loving plant creates an evergreen mat of dense year-round greenery covered with colorful star-shaped flowers as temperatures rise. As the seasons change, this vigorous plant will continue to add life to your garden, never failing to impress. A hardy evergreen, the creeping phlox plant remains lush year-round and brings joy even through the colder months with its evergreen foliage and delicate beauty. Its intriguing needle-like leaves provide texture to the garden bed and make an excellent backdrop for other plants. Dreary winter days will be brightened with their cheerful beauty! During the warmer-weather months, this perennial's profusion of flowers attracts butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators to your landscape. The flowers come in vivid variations of pink, blue-purple, red, and white, with abundant blooms appearing in mid-to-late spring and blossoming rapidly over three to four weeks. Five petal-like lobes ring the flower, creating a star-like shape that beckons visitors to your garden. This plant's low-growing habit and shallow roots make it great for slopes, rock gardens, paths, and other areas where it can cling nicely to the soil. Consider planting several creeping phlox plants together to create a tapestry of color that brightens an outdoor space. Combining it with other groundcover plants like ajuga, vinca, and pachysandra creates an even more eye-catching display. It's also an excellent choice for erosion control on bare slopes and banks. No matter where you add it, the Phlox subulata will bring your garden welcome charm and a stunning kaleidoscope of color.
Goat's Beard Plant$5.99
Goat's Beard Plant (Aruncus dioicus) Goat's beard, in Latin known as Aruncus dioicus, is a large, herbaceous perennial plant native to North America, Europe, and Asia. It is known for its tall, feathery plumes of creamy white or light pink flowers that bloom in late spring or early summer. Goat's beard prefers moist, well-drained soil and partial shade to full sun, and it can grow up to 4 feet in height and 4 feet wide. Its foliage is deeply lobed and resembles a fern, and its flowers attract bees and other pollinators. In addition to its ornamental value, goat's beard has been used for medicinal purposes. It contains diuretic and anti-inflammatory compounds and has been used to treat various ailments, including urinary tract infections, arthritis, and diarrhea.Goat's beard is a low-maintenance plant that requires little pruning or fertilization. It is an excellent addition to a woodland garden or mixed border and can be used in cut flower arrangements. Goat's Beard Plant: Aruncus dioicus, aka bride's feathers or the goat's beard plant, is a deciduous perennial wildflower with soaring height and a striking feathery plume on top. The species is native to several continents, including Europe, Asia, and North America. Goat's beard plants grow naturally in filtered sunshine or full sun locations. The native habitat of Aruncus dioicus is a forest clearing, rich with organic matter and consistent moisture (without sogginess!). As a native species, goat's beard plants are well-adjusted across much of the United States, preferring moderate temperate climates. When you add a few goat's beard plants to your yard, it becomes a showstopper. The goat's beard is a centerpiece that attracts attention thanks to its soaring height and signature plume. Goat's Beard Can Host the Rarely-Sighted Dusky Azure Butterfly The dusky azure butterfly is a rare sight. It relies on the goat's beard plant as its larval host. Without a plentiful goat's beard, the dusky azure cannot lay eggs--it depends on the plant's nectar and its large, dense foliage to hide the eggs and new caterpillars from predatory birds. Dusty azure interactions most commonly occur in the higher elevations of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Georgia. Sparse sightings have also happened in western North Carolina, eastern Tennessee, and north as far as Indiana. The dusky azure butterfly is elusive and rare, but as they seek new habitats, planting Aruncus dioicus might help--it's at least worth a try to save them. The Feathery Plume of the Goat's Beard Plant Is So Unique The goat's beard plant can grow as high as six feet and spread through a vigorous root system, giving them about four feet of elbow room. Large bright green leaves grow on narrow but sturdy stems. Each leaf can reach two to four feet long, is oval-shaped, and has serrated edges. The tall, feathery, cream-colored spikes rise from the leaves and tower above them at the end of spring or early summer. When the plumes finish showing off, some gardeners cut them back to make the plant grow into a bushier shape. Others, however, leave them to go to seed and watch the birds descend on the tall spikes to collect the bounty. Order Your Goat's Beard Plant From TN Nursery TN Nursery is known for its freshness and quality. Order our goat's beard plant today with high confidence.
Orange Daylily (Hemerocallis fulva) Orange Daylily — the stunning perennial flower that adds vibrant colors to your garden! Orange Daylily (Hemerocallis fulva) is a hardy, low-maintenance flowering plant. This vibrant and eye-catching plant can be grown in flower beds, borders, or containers for display on balconies and patios. It is also deer and rabbit resistant, making it ideal for those living in areas with high wildlife populations. Bring bursts of orange beauty and color to your outdoor landscape with this easy-to-grow and care-for perennial flower. With its lush foliage and bright blooms, Orange Daylily will provide stunning visuals all season long. Order your Orange Daylily Hemerocallis fulva today to instantly add beauty and color to your garden! The fantastic, vivid orange, trumpet-shaped perennial flower thrives in practically every USDA growing zone in the 48 continental states; they have a lush floral fragrance. Finally, they are easy to take care of and a hardy species. The orange daylily plant is native to Eurasia but is widely used in North American gardens today. They are pest-resistant, heat-resistant, and drought-resistant. Select a partial- to full-sun spot, give it occasional water, fertilize it twice annually, keep the soil de-compacted, and enjoy the lively color. Where to Plant Your Orange Daylily The orange day lily loves a partial sun location but tolerates the full sun. It needs about an inch of water weekly but dreads wet feet and demands well-draining soil. Here are a few ideas of how TN Nursery customers use our beautiful orange daylilies in their gardens: In the back row of a sunny garden border: The plant reaches as much as high, so it works well in the back row of a border. To fill in a bright natural area: Have a place where intense sunshine causes other plants to wither? Try the orange daylily--it can tolerate full sun. As a focal point: Some gardeners plant a large cluster of orange daylilies to create a spectacular, unapologetically orange focal point. To attract pollinators: Butterflies, hummingbirds, and birds love the orange daylily's bright color and trumpet shape. These pollinator species will help you maintain plant health. Near a water garden: Do you have a partially sunny spot near a water garden? Pick a high, fast-draining bank and pop in orange daylilies for a burst of refreshing color. The Tall and Elegant Height of the Orange Daylily Will Impress You The orange daylily has tall, upright, grassy-looking leaves in an attractive shade of dark green. As the leaves mature, they begin folding into a lovely arching shape. The flowers are vivid, with six triangular petals with smooth edges. These blooms can become six inches across, perfect for soaring height. Due to the tall size, you might need to stake the plants to avoid breakage. Order Your Orange Daylily Plants From TN Nursery Today If you want bold orange color in the garden but need an easy-care plant, TN Nursery confidently recommends the orange daylily. Order today!
Sugar Maple Tree$25.99
Sugar Maple Tree Sugar Maple Tree: Acer leucoderme, a subspecies of the silver maple tree, is best known as the sugar maple. It is a deciduous American native tree found in many USDA growing zones. Gardeners and landscapers include this tree in the landscape thanks to its stately size and shape, generous canopy, and sweet sap (maple syrup). The species grows well in full sunshine with adequate watering or partial shade. The sugar maple tree is a durable, easy-care species. It is drought-tolerant, cold-tolerant, heat-tolerant, insect-resistant, disease-resistant, and compaction-tolerant. It can even tolerate high-moisture content clay soils if it drains well. Acer leucoderme, a Tree of Many Names You may find several common names as you search for information about the sugar maple tree. Some people interchange these names--the trees are all closely related members of Acer saccharum. River Maple Swamp Maple Silverleaf Maple Silver Maple Water Maple Hard Maple White Maple Chalk Maple Leucoderme Northern Sugar Maple The Sugar Maple Tree Is a Good-natured Species In its native forests, the sugar maple tree grows near swamps, riverbeds, and on fertile floodplains. It loves a well-drained spot in your yard, but it will survive short droughts, quickly perking up after a restorative rainfall. The sugar maple requires plenty of woody organic materials. When you plant your tree, add wood mulch, peat moss, or another nitrogen-rich compost or fertilizer when you plant it. Follow up by adding these materials twice annually. Besides these needs, your sugar maple tree will need very little from you, especially after the roots strengthen. The Sugar Maple Tree Provides Plenty of Shade The sugar maple tree may reach a mature height of approximately eighty feet. It will develop a pleasantly rounded, dense crown about forty feet wide, providing ample shade. Sugar maple tree leaves are about three inches long, opposing, and lobed. They present in a glossy green during spring and summer and put on a show of orange and russet during the fall. The bark of a sugar maple tree is a nutty, rich brown but sometimes with a creamy-white chalkiness on its upper trunk. Order Your Sugar Maple Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery digs each tree fresh and ships quickly, ensuring you receive the healthiest plants possible. You can order confidently today.
Wild Geranium Plant Wild geranium is a native woody perennial plant that blooms in shades of pink and purple. With thick foliage and evergreen leaves, this plant will add vibrant color and texture to your outdoor space all year round. Not only that, it's highly resilient and can withstand most weather conditions. Be the envy of your neighborhood with a lush garden full of wild geranium. Get creative by mixing and matching the plants in your yard to create an artistic display that will make all your neighbors jealous. Start sprucing up your outdoor space with wild geranium today! Add vibrant color to your garden, balcony, or patio - it's never been easier. Geranium maculatum, or simply geranium for short, is one of TN Nursery's best-selling plants. The woodland perennial native puts on a magnificent display of lavender or purple for about a month each year, blossoming from late spring through early summertime. This species is a cold-hardy perennial native to North America. It enjoys great popularity from Canada through the American south to the western United States. Geraniums Are Beloved by Gardeners Why do gardeners love geraniums so much? Here are three excellent reasons to invest in this set of two geraniums: Fast spreading: Besides the obvious fact--their inherent beauty--they are quick spreaders because they spread through an underground shoot as well as self-seed. This rapid growth allows gardeners in almost every USDA growing zone to fill entire beds with color relatively quickly. Attracting pollinators: Geraniums are fantastic in a pollinator garden. Their bright hues attract colorful butterflies, hummingbirds, and bumblebees. These species help ensure a healthy ecosystem. A low-care plant: Geraniums don't demand much care. They are happy in partial- to full sun, with occasional fertilizing and minimal water during dry spells. They are drought-tolerant; they will return to life after the first refreshing rainfall if a heat wave leaves them frazzled. Geranium maculatum Has a Lovely Appearance. In optimized growing conditions, geraniums can reach almost two feet at maturity--a very nice size for a garden border or in a sunny garden bed. The leaves and stems of geranium maculatum are rich and dark green. They create pretty foliage that perfectly sets off the rich jewel-toned flowers. Each bloom has five gently rounded petals measuring one to two inches. Each petal has a small lift that lends a shallow cup shape to the flower. The colors are generally rich pink, purple, or lavender. However, white or blush pink flowers may also occur. Order Your Set of 2 Geraniums From TN Nursery TN Nursery proudly recommends the geranium to anyone who needs to add bright, vibrant color to their yard. Order your geranium flowers today.
Stella De Oro Daylily$5.69
Stella De Oro Daylily Stella De Oro Daylily: TN Nursery customers are crazy over Stella De Oro Daylily--and with excellent reason. The joyful-looking, golden yellow, trumpet-shaped perennial flower thrives in almost every USDA growing zone in the 48 contiguous states; they have an attractive floral fragrance; they are hardy and easy to care for. Daylilies are native to Eurasia but are widely used and flourishing in North America. They resist heat, drought, and pests. All you need to do is plant, give it a little water, fertilize about twice a year, keep the soil from compacting, and enjoy the cheerful color. Where to Plant the Stella De Oro Daylily Stella De Oro loves a full sun location, but it will also tolerate partial shade. It needs about an inch of water each week, but it does not prefer wet feet and needs the soil to drain well. Here are a few ideas of how TN Nursery customers use Stella De Oro daylilies in their gardens: In a sunny garden border: The plant generally reaches about a foot high, so it works well in the middle of a border. To fill in a bright natural area: Have a spot in the yard so full of sunshine that other plants wither? Try Stella De Oro, a sunbather who will love that location. As a focal point: Some gardeners plant a large cluster of Stella De Oro to create a sunshine-yellow focal point. To attract pollinators: Butterflies and birds--especially hummingbirds--love the bright color and trumpet shape of Stella De Oro. These garden helpers will help you maintain plant health. In large, welcoming pots or containers: Some gardeners flank their entryways with impressive displays of Stella De Oro, adding curb appeal to their homes--not to mention the lovely sweet fragrance your visitors will notice. This application also works well in urban garden settings. The Golden Yellow Joyous Look of Stella De Oro Daylily Plants Stella De Oro has tall, upright, grassy-looking leaves in an attractive shade of hunter green. As the leaves get tall, they fold into a lovely arching shape. The flowers are vivid yellow with a delicate ruffled edge. These blooms are almost three inches across and contrast beautifully against the foliage. Order Your Stella De Oro Daylily Plants From TN Nursery Today If you want to make a powerful color statement but also enjoy an easy-going plant that doesn't demand much care, TN Nursery recommends Stella De Oro. Please order yours today.
Brighten your garden with Red Daylily Hemerocallis fulva - the perfect perennial flower! Red Daylily Hemerocallis fulva, the stunning perennial that's easy to care for, blooms reliably throughout the summer and makes a bold statement in any garden. Enjoy its brilliant display of red blossoms that attract hummingbirds and butterflies.\Make your home or garden come alive with the vibrant and cheerful flowers of Red Daylily Hemerocallis fulva - an easy and stunning way to add long-lasting beauty for years.Bring an effortless touch of timeless beauty to your home or garden - order your Red Daylily Hemerocallis fulva today! Red Baja Daylily is a TN Nursery customer favorite for its tall, elegant foliage and eye-popping red and yellow flowers. The vivid color is a focal point in any garden border or flower bed. Red Baja Daylily is an Asian native species; however, it flourishes in most USDA planting zones in the United States. Rest assured, this perennial is well-suited to our climate and will blossom in the middle of summer. It is a disease-, pest-, rabbit-, and drought-resistant plant. It is easy to grow. It likes to bask in the sunshine and prefers moist but not wet soil. You will need to water it every couple of days, keep weeds out of the flower bed, and fertilize in the spring and fall--that's it! Other common names of the Red Baja Daylily include the following: Day Lily Baja Daylily Baja Hemerocallis Baja Baja Daylily The Eye-Catching Beauty of the Red Baja Day Lily The Red Baja Daylily can reach a mature height of almost thirty inches, a beauty for a garden border! The stem and leaves are bright, emerald green and may have yellow around the edges. They are lance-shaped, broad at the base, narrow at the tip, and slightly droop as they enlarge. The flowers are spicy, fiery red. Each bloom is showy and has six petals. Blossoms can be as large as six inches. The flower's throat is yellow or yellow-green, making a lovely contrast of hues. Daylily flowers bloom only for one day, hence the name. However, a new blossom re-emerges quickly, so the colorful show continues for several weeks. Where to Plant Red Daylily Red Baja Daylily is perfect in any sunny part of your garden. If you want bright colors, this flower will be ideal. TN Nursery suggests planting them in these locations: In a large, deep container Rock garden Flower beds Butterfly Garden Pollinator garden Cutting garden Cottage garden Order Red Daylilies From TN Nursery TN Nursery will dig your Red Baja Daylilies fresh, just for you--place your order today.
Carolina Allspice (Calycanthus floridus) Carolina Allspice: Calycanthus floridus, Carolina Allspice, is a medium-height, deciduous, North American native shrub that originated in the southeastern United States. Its native range stretches from Florida to Virginia. However, it can survive in some cooler growing zones, as well. It is a lovely shrub with few care requirements and an easy-to-please nature. Carolina Allspice shrubs are drought-tolerant, heat-tolerant, insect-resistant, and disease-resistant. It's also not very fussy about the amount of light it receives and will perform well in either full sunshine or partial shade, as long as you put it in well-draining, fertile soil. Other Common Names for Calycanthus floridus Besides Carolina allspice, you might hear gardeners refer to Calycanthus floridus by several other names, including these: Bubby Bush Common Sweetshrub Spicebush Sweet Betsy Sweet Bubby Bush Sweetshrub Sweet Shrub Most of these nicknames refer to the spicy-sweet aroma that the leaves emit when torn or bruised. Where to Use Carolina Allspice in Your Landscape Carolina Allspice is an excellent all-around shrub--it's attractive and requires minimal care. Here are a few ways that TN Nursery customers use it in their yards: Butterfly garden or pollinator garden: The fragrant blossoms will beckon butterflies, moths, and bumblebees to feast on the nectar. Urban garden: Urban community gardens plant Carolina allspice near their food plots to attract the same pollinators mentioned above and ensure food-growing success. Foundation planting: Carolina allspice is lovely planted around your home's foundation--it will help to prevent erosion. Shade garden: This species works wonderfully in filtered shade and adds height to a shade garden. The Rustic Charm of Carolina Allspice Carolina allspice is a lovely, rustic shrub with natural appeal. It can grow to almost ten feet, but you can prune it to lower the height. This shrub has a spread of eight to ten feet, so provides the plant with enough room for growth. The leaves are dark green and oval-shaped with a pronounced tip. The edges are smooth. The two-inch saucer-shaped burgundy or red flowers emerge on the stems in the spring. Each blossom has up to twenty disc-shaped petals and a pleasing fragrance. Order Your Carolina Allspice From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests Carolina allspice for anyone who wants a lovely, medium-height shrub that's easy to grow. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Sourwood Tree Sourwood Tree: Oxydendrum arboreum, or the sourwood tree, is a deciduous native to the southeastern hardwood forests of the United States. The sourwood tree is a smaller species, reaching a maximum height of twenty to thirty feet. TN Nursery recommends the sourwood tree to customers who wish for a tree that will look great without overshadowing the entire yard. You might also hear gardeners refer to Oxydendrum arboreum by these alternative common names: Sorrel tree Lily of the valley tree How to Use the Sourwood Tree in Your Landscape TN Nursery customers put the sourwood tree to work in these types of spaces: Pollinator garden or butterfly garden: Sourwood tree attracts bees, butterflies, moths, and other insects that spread pollen. Urban garden or park: Sourwood trees can add lovely color in urban or suburban applications without becoming overly large in small spots. Native species garden: This tree is a beautiful specimen if you want to show off North American plants. Landscape tree: Add color to an otherwise empty yard with the beautiful sourwood tree. Beekeeping: Beekeepers often express interest in this tree, as the bees use the sourwood tree's nectar to produce rich honey. Sourwood Tree Might be a Small Tree, But It Has a Big, Beautiful Presence The sourwood tree trunk is slender, approximately eight to twelve inches in diameter, which is well-proportioned when considering the shorter height. The bark is dark gray with attractive light scaling. Sourwood tree leaves are dark green, slightly glossy, and shaped like an elongated oval. The leaf has a slightly toothy edge. In the autumn, they generally turn crimson, burgundy, or purple. The essential oils of the leaves are sour tasting, lending the tree its common name. Sourwood tree flowers are a creamy white color and bell-shaped. They are similar to lily of the valley flowers, providing an alternate common name. The flowers droop from the stem and have a pleasant, sweet fragrance. They bloom during mid-summer. Order Your Sourwood Tree From TN Nursery Today The sourwood tree is lovely and will only overshadow a little space. It's perfect for a small yard or as a tree to create a small shade garden. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
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.
Lady Ferns The Lady Fern is a gorgeous green plant native to North Africa, Asia, and some parts of North America. This beautiful plant is defined by its large, bright leaves. The Lady Fern thrives in the shade, often found in wooded areas. Lady Ferns Thrives in Well-Drained Soil Firm and drained soil will provide the perfect growing conditions for this feathery perennial plant. However, Lady Fern can adapt to drier soil and more sun. This plant grows relatively quickly and can reach heights up to five feet. The plant starts with fiddleheads that unravel to reveal long, delicate leaves. This decorative plant provides excellent greenery for any garden or landscape and isn't difficult to maintain. Lady Ferns is a Deciduous Native Plant This deciduous plant looks dainty and elegant with graceful, lacey leaves. The fern stems can be a majestic purple, red, or green hue. It's an eye-catching plant that will add beauty to any planted place. Whether you are planting the fern in your yard or a community garden, everyone will love this stunning plant. Once the fern is established, it will thrive without much fuss. Since the fern is a perennial plant, you can enjoy its return for several years. It's an excellent addition to any yard, especially if you are new to gardening. Overall, this type of fern is easy to maintain and aesthetically versatile. If you have an area in your garden with lovely shade and well-draining soil, this fern could be an excellent choice for your landscape. The fern can do well in humid environments as a decorative indoor houseplant. This fern will bring feminine beauty to your space, whether in your home or the garden.
Carpet Moss - 5 Square Feet$33.99
Carpet Moss (Hypnum curvifolium)is the best-selling moss for a reason; It's Carpet-like Beauty Carpet Moss: Hypnum curvifolium, or carpet moss, holds a spot as one of the top-selling plants at TN Nursery. It enjoys wide popularity with our customers with excellent reason. Carpet moss is an evergreen plant that grows in various climates and seasons and thrives in all USDA zones and seasons. It is a member of the Hypnum genus, which has approximately eighty species worldwide. Of these, about twenty species are native to North America. On a hike, you might see carpet moss growing naturally in stream beds and forests all year long. How You Can Use Garden Moss Gardeners use carpet moss to beautify landscapes. Its decorative properties make it incredibly useful as a ground cover or shade garden. It is a shade-loving moss that will increase even when nothing else grows due to low sunlight. This ground cover moss will quickly fill those bare spots that don't receive sufficient sunshine or hold too much moisture. Hypnum curvifolium allows you to bring those areas back to life. People who love arts and crafts cultivate it to later dry and use in wreath-making. It has a plush, full texture that adds visual interest to floral arrangements. Others bring it indoors and lay it in houseplant pots to help lock in the moisture, so they require less frequent watering. Still, others use it to craft terrariums. Carpet moss is not only beautiful but also disease resistant, making it an excellent choice for gardeners. Carpet Moss Hypnum curvifolium has a Rich, Emerald Green Appearance You will not feel disappointed by the striking beauty of carpet moss. It forms a thick mat that feels good under the foot, almost like a cushion. Unlike some mossy plants, carpet moss is resilient after foot traffic; if it sustains damage, it quickly fills in again. The color of healthy carpet moss is unapologetically bold, emerald green. It covers the ground beautifully and quickly, bringing life to areas that were previously empty spots in the backyard. Order Your Carpet Moss From TN Nursery TN Nursery provides its customers with the healthiest plants, harvesting each plant right before shipment. You can order with confidence that you will receive fresh, ready-to-plant carpet moss. Carpet moss (Hypnum curvifolium) is low maintenance and beautiful addition to any landscape
Yellow Trillium luteum Trillium luteum, also known as yellow trillium, is an herbaceous perennial wildflower that is native to the woods of North America. It's a unique and eye-catching flower with beautiful deep yellow petals that stands out in any garden. Add a touch of vivid beauty to your garden with the gorgeous yellow trillium! You'll impress your friends and neighbors with this rare and stunning flower when it blooms each season. Bring some color and life to your garden today with Trillium luteum Yellow Trillium! Get your plant now and start enjoying its beauty for years to come. The lovely Trillium luteum, also called yellow trillium or yellow toadshade, is a native species to the United States. Originating in the southeastern Appalachian region, they bloom in the middle of spring, bringing vibrant yellow when many summer-blooming flowers are awakening for the season. These perennial plants originally came from the wooded forests of the mountains. They love full shade and will tolerate partial shade. They also require soil that drains well and organic woody materials as a planting medium. Yellow trillium is a hardy plant. It's disease-resistant, pest-resistant, and drought-resistant. Usually, average rainfall totals provide enough moisture; however, you may need to assist with watering during a dry spell. TN Nursery customers often order yellow trillium plants to brighten up a rock garden or natural area or as a border planting in a shade garden. It is certainly versatile enough to use almost anywhere shaded. The Cheerful Yellow Trillium Blooms at the Perfect Time Every Spring Yellow trillium will wake up for the winter in the earliest days of spring, begin to unfurl its stems and leaves for the season, and blossom in mid-spring. The timing is ideal--it often appears after the early flowering bulbs end, but the summer perennials have not yet awakened. The yellow trillium stem grows from a robust root system. The deep-green single stem grows to about seven inches. Whorls of broad oval leaves emerge in a pleasant silvery green color from the stem. The mottled leaves have gold shading that adds charm and visual interest. The trillium name comes from the gorgeous flower, which opens to display three slender and elegant petals in a beautiful lemon to a bright yellow hue. The flowers bear cute little berries. Although the fruit is inedible to humans, your backyard critters--small animals and birds--will enjoy the feast. Order Your Yellow Trillium (Trillium luteum) From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery digs each plant only after you place an order. You will receive the freshest bare-root plants around. Order your yellow trillium today.
Discover the beauty of Wild Ginger Asarum canadense The European ginger plant (Asarum europaeum) is a perennial plant native to Europe, Asia, and North America. It is a member of the Aristolochiaceae family and is commonly grown for its attractive foliage and unusual flowers. The plant has glossy, dark green, heart-shaped leaves often marked with white or silver veining. The flowers are small, bell-shaped, and dark maroon color, and appear in late spring or early summer. They are often hidden under the foliage and are pollinated by ants. The European ginger plant prefers moist, well-drained soil and partial to full shade. It is sometimes used as a ground cover in shady areas of the garden, where its low-growing habit and attractive foliage can be appreciated. The plant is also used in herbal medicine for its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. While the European ginger plant is generally considered safe for humans and pets, it should not be consumed in large quantities as it contains high doses of aristolochic acid, which can be toxic. Wild ginger (Asarum canadense) is a perennial plant native to eastern North America. It is a member of the birthwort family (Aristolochiaceae) and is not related to the ginger commonly used in cooking, which belongs to the Zingiberaceae family.Wild ginger typically grows in moist, shady woodland areas and can reach a height of up to 30 centimeters (12 inches). It has large, heart-shaped leaves and a unique, bell-shaped flower that grows close to the ground. The flowers are typically a deep red-brown and have a strong, spicy scent similar to natural ginger.The root of wild ginger has historically been used for medicinal purposes by Native American tribes, who brewed it into teas and poultices to treat a variety of ailments, including colds, fevers, headaches, and digestive issues. One important thing to know about this shade perennials is that the root of wild ginger contains aristolochic acid, which can be toxic in large doses and may cause kidney damage or cancer. Therefore, it is not recommended for internal use without the supervision of a trained herbalist or healthcare provider. Wild Ginger Asarum canadense is a hardy, evergreen ground cover perfect for areas with poor soil conditions. It has beautiful, deep green foliage and produces small, purple flowers in late spring or early summer. It's also deer-resistant and easy to maintain, making it a great addition to any flower bed or garden.Transform your outdoor spaces with the unique beauty of Wild Ginger Asarum canadense. With its deep green foliage and small purple flowers, it's sure to make your landscape stand out from the rest. Plus, it's hardy, deer-resistant, and easy to maintain — making it an ideal choice for any flower bed or garden. Start beautifying your outdoor spaces today with Wild Ginger Perennials Wild ginger: Asarum candenese, or the wild ginger plant, is a North American, perennial native species that originated deep in the rich, shaded forests of the east coast to the Appalachian mountains. Early explorers found wild gingers in shaded valleys, on high wooded slopes, and under dense canopies of forests. This plant is a true shade-lover and will not fare well in sunny conditions. However, when you plant wild ginger in a habitat that recreates those optimal conditions, you create the perfect environment for a hardy, low-maintenance plant. You will do some prep work to plant wild ginger, including selecting a profoundly shaded spot and adding well-amended, loose soil with high moisture but good drainage. Wild ginger has a mildly spicy fragrance that might remind you of sipping a cup of that old cure-all: ginger ale. Wild Ginger Makes Excellent Ground Cover in a Shade Garden Deeply shaded gardens can present a tricky challenge. Not many pretty perennials seem to prefer full shade, gardeners often lament. That's when TN Nursery recommends wild ginger. Because of its affinity for deep shade, Asarum candenese works beautifully in those yards. Plant it as a ground cover in the deepest shade, and it will spread well, filling in the bare spots over several growing seasons. The Handsome Good Looks of Wild Ginger Wild ginger leaves are lovely emerald green in color. They are large, measuring about six inches long and wide, and form a heart-like shape. Pronounced veins give the leaves a somewhat leathery look on the top. Despite the leather-like appearance, the leaves are soft to the touch. The plant produces tiny, bell-shaped, coppery flowers with a slightly fuzzy finish. However, they are so dainty and camouflage so well with the stems that they remain hidden by the large leaves. Order Your Wild Ginger From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests wild ginger for gardeners who hope to breathe life into the shadiest yards--place your order today.