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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.
Wax Leaf Privet$22.99
Wax Leaf Privet (Ligustrum japonicum) Wax Leaf Privet: Ligustrum japonicum, or the wax leaf privet, is a cold-hardy, fast-growing evergreen shrub that enjoys wide popularity across most USDA-growing regions in the United States. Wax leaf privet grows in sun or partial shade. It prefers fertile and consistently moist soil. They are a Japanese native species; however, they are one of the most widely used hedge plants in the United States. Gardeners love them for their year-long greenery, two to feet of growth per season, and relative lack of care. People who love the classic looks of precision-trimmed shrubs or hedges tend to adore this species. After a thorough pruning, it recovers quickly and looks fresh, full, and lovely faster than most can imagine. Ligustrum japonicum Has Several Common Names Depending on what region in the United States you live in, you might know the Ligustrum japonicum the other common names, such as the following: Curly Leaf Ligustrum Japanese Privet Privet Wax-leaf Privet The Evergreen Good Looks of Wax Leaf Privet Wax leaf privet can reach a mature height of up to twelve feet tall with a six-foot width. Bright to dark green, glossy leaves oppose each other on brown stems. The leaf shape is a broad oval that grows up to four inches long. During the spring, the wax leaf privet displays cross-shaped, white or cream flowers with four or five petals each. They are small in size--under an inch across--but abundant and lovely. The flowers produce tiny flat berries that measure under a quarter inch. While they are not valuable for humans, your local wildlife, including birds and squirrels, will happily clean them as they drop. They provide excellent nutrition for wildlife, and you will enjoy watching your backyard visitors enjoy their windfall. Order Your Wax Leaf Privet From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests wax leaf privet when a customer expresses a need for an evergreen shrub that will grow fast. Please place your order with us today.
Green Japanese Maple Trees - Acer palmatum Tree is highly sought after in the US PLEASE NOTE- THESE HAVE GREEN LEAVES IN SPRING AND SUMMER AND IN THE FALL SEASON THE LEAVES TURN RED Green Japanese Maple, Acer Palmatum Tree Qualities: In the early spring, the leaves appear in clusters of 3-5 on 10-15 cm long sprouts. The leaves have a slightly sharp flavor and a delightful fragrance. This Japanese maple is cultivated for foliage, with new varieties developed for improved decorative qualities. The leaves are a shade of green similar to the Norway Maple tree and require occasional watering while young. Japanese maples are easy to grow, make beautiful accents to any garden, and can be made into lovely bonsai plants. They are also popular as house plants because they can tolerate low light conditions well. You can easily purchase Acer palmatum TN Nursery and get it shipped to your door. Liven up your garden with Tn Nurseries Green Japanese Maple Tree, Acer palmatum, one of the best trees for shade! Acer palmatum, a Japanese Maple tree, grows moderately, so you'll have a big tree in no time. It's also one of the easiest-to-grow plants Acer palmatum is an excellent choice for anyone who wants the beauty and security of a mid-sized tree. Its ability to grow in any soil condition makes it a perfect choice for urban dwellers. If you want an easy tree with good disease resistance, buy Acer palmatum today! The Green Japanese Maple, Acer palmatum, an excellent plant, is unique and has been honored by the Japanese emperor with a name that means "true maple." The Japanese maple is an excellent choice for planting in your yard, especially if you're searching for the perfect shade tree. It can also be used to create intricate bonsai. If you're looking for the perfect shade tree or to spruce up your yard, Acer palmatum should do the trick! This phenomenal plant attracts admirers from around the world and is well-suited for bonsai. Buy Green Japanese Maples, Acer palmatum, today and enjoy this majestic plant in your yard or garden!
Bring the beauty of dianthus perennials to your garden! Dianthus perennials are perfect for adding a splash of color to any garden. These charming plants provide an abundance of soft, vibrant blooms in shades of pink, crimson, purple, and white. The unique foliage adds an interesting texture to the garden as well. Transform your garden into a wonderland with the addition of dianthus perennials. Enjoy the delicately sweet scent and fantastic color these beautiful plants will bring you landscape. Bring life and beauty to your garden with dianthus perennials today! Dianthus plants are beautiful, long-lasting, and perfect for garden use. Buy your dianthus plants for your garden today! Order dianthus plants from TN Nursery and choose from various colors. Visit TN Nursery to order the best quality dianthus plants online. Dianthus flowers are mixed colors which are the most popular and colorful Our wide assortment of mixed-color dianthus plants provides an impressive lawn display that lasts weeks. A lush lawn of dianthus is a sight to behold. Whether in spring, summer, or fall, the blooms of these plants will fill your yard with beautiful and fragrant blooms. The season's foliage is luscious, and the plant's longevity can be measured in years. No matter your size of lawn or garden bed, there is a type of dianthus for you. Want some little pots for your porch? TN Nursery has multiple color selections that are easy to maintain and grow anywhere. Give Dianthus (Sweet William) plants: The gift of a beautiful, colorful lawn this year with our low grower prices and fast shipping! Order your mixed-color dianthus plants and have them shipped to your door. DIanthus plants are the most popular cut flower type in spring and summer. DIanthus plants can be grown in various ways, including container gardening or in-ground. You can plant them in groups for a more formal look or individually to create color highlights and borders. DIanthus plants are easy to maintain, drought tolerant, cold, hardy blooming until winter, and easy to grow with little to no maintenance. They add year-round beauty for gardeners of all abilities and experience levels. Buy a mixed-color dianthus plant from TN Nursery today, and get it shipped directly to your door!
Blue Lobelia The Blue Lobelia is a herbaceous perennial that exhibits impressive flower spikes covered in deep blue blossoms. Known as Lobelia Siphilitica, the Great Blue Lobelia, Great Lobelia, Cardinal Flower, and Blue Cardinal Flower, this plant is native to eastern and central Canada and the United States. It originates from the Campanulaceae family. This showy perennial comprises stems that will reach 2 to 5 feet long and 10 to 18 inches in combined width. Each stem will have a series of bright green spearheaded leaves with serrated edges. This bellflower will bloom lavender-blue tubular flowers in the late summer months of July, August, September, and October. These tend to be crowded together at the uppermost part of the plant's stem. These elongated clusters produce a stark appearance that can contrast any garden. Blue Lobelia is also known as Great Blue Lobelia Each flower is parted into two bigger lips. The top lip is further segmented into two areas. The lower lip is segmented into three, which provides the perfect landing areas for heavy bumblebees. As they weigh down on the lower segment of the flower, this naturally opens up the flower's interior so the bee can easily reach its nectar. This provides an elongated capsule-like appearance. This stark perennial has a fibrous root system, which allows it to survive in various types of soils. It will attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and honeybees when in full bloom. Furthermore, this hardy plant is both rabbit and deer resistant. The Blue Lobelia Is a Native Hardy perennial Species. This lovely flower is relatively simple to propagate and flourishes with or without sun. Its larger leaves allow it to soak up the sun in droves. When it blooms, elegant blue clusters form in the leaf's axils. This makes it the perfect plant for creating a calming blue color with a pleasant green background. This upright perennial will add vertical interest to any landscape design.
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.
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
Oxeye Daisy - Discover the beauty of Yellow and White Flowers The oxeye daisy plant is easily recognizable with its bright yellow and white petals that sparkle in the sunlight. It is a hardy and colorful flower, making it an ideal choice for gardens requiring little maintenance. Plus, it's a perennial flower that will return year after year for your pleasure and enjoyment. Bring vibrant color to your garden with the oxeye daisy plant! It's perfect for creating a cheerful atmosphere and will provide you with years of seasonal beauty. Start planting oxeye daisies today and enjoy their bright blooms for many years! Leucanthemum vulgare, the oxeye daisy or marguerite daisy, is a customer favorite at TN Nursery. They are an easy-care, classic beauty that can add character to any garden setting. A native to Europe, the oxeye daisy arrived in the United States centuries ago. Today, they are as expected in the American landscape as many native species. This hardy perennial flower thrives in most USDA growing zones in the contiguous United States. It prefers a mixture of sun and shade but tolerates full sunshine if you don't mind watering it. Oxeye Daisy Resists Common Garden Issues Leucanthemum vulgare is an easy-going plant resisting many common garden challenges. Deer resistant: Deer present a challenge to many gardeners. However, they seem to find the floral aroma of the oxeye daisy a little too fragrant and will prefer to forage elsewhere. Rabbit resistant: Rabbits are the bane of many gardens. Like deer, bunnies have sensitive noses and seem deterred by the fragrance the oxeye daisy emits. Drought resistant: Leucanthemum vulgare likes moist soil but can also tolerate short periods of dry or hot weather. During these times, you can keep your watering efforts to about an inch a week. Oxeye Daisy Is a Tall Classic Flower Plant oxeye daisies in clumps to create height in your border, flower beds, in mass plantings near a home's foundation, or in a water garden. Oxeye daisy is almost carefree and happy to call nearly any partially sunny spot home. It blooms in the middle of summer. The stems and flowers can grow as high as three feet, and clumps can measure about two to three feet. The leaves are sturdy and erect, reaching high toward the sun. Leaves are green, narrow, and thin. They grow thicker near the bottom of the plant. Profuse disc-shaped rays of petals comprise the head of the flower. The signature angelic white and sunny yellow center make it a popular option for floral arranging. The scent is floral with a spicy note, pleasing and not overpowering. Order Your Oxeye Daisy From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests an oxeye daisy for people who want a taller flower that loves the sun and is valuable in many landscaping applications. Order yours today.
Evening Primrose Plant Evening Primrose Native to North America, evening primrose is a member of the Onagraceae family of plants alongside willowherb and Fuschia. Aptly named, the plant's flowers open at sunset. They only remain open during the evening and will close again by noon. As a biennial plant, the long and lance-shaped leaves grow in a rosette at the base of the stem within the first year. The plant also grows a taproot to penetrate deep into the soil, allowing it to withstand drought conditions if necessary. Throughout the second year of the biennial cycle, the tall stem grows up to 6 feet, producing flowers and seeds. The plant's four-petaled yellow flowers bloom beautifully from June through September, emitting a gentle, lemony, and sweet aroma. Best known for the oil extracted from its tiny, dark, and curved seeds, evening primrose oil contains high levels of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and other essential fatty acids. This oil is frequently used in various health supplements, cosmetics, and personal care products. Evening Primrose Was Used in Ancient Medicine The plant is also used in traditional medicine and is thought to treat various ailments and conditions, including premenstrual syndrome (PMS), menopause, eczema, atopic dermatitis, and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). It has anti-inflammatory, immune-boosting, and analgesic properties that are believed to help regulate hormones and improve skin health. In addition to its medicinal uses, the gorgeous plant has been used for food and industrial applications. The edible plant's leaves can be eaten as a cooked vegetable or dried for tea, and the plant's seeds can be roasted and ground into a substitute for coffee. The plant's oil has also been used as a paint, varnish, and soap additive. Overall, evening primrose is a versatile, beautiful, and valuable plant with various uses and purported benefits.
English Ivy English Ivy - Hedera Helix - is a favorite among gardeners because of its versatility and ability to provide a classic touch to your gardens. This plant is a woody climbing vine native to Europe and Western Asia. You may find them in gardens, waste spaces, and wild areas, where they grow on walls, fences, and tree trunks. There are two phases to the growth of the plant. The Juvenile stage, the climbing/spreading stage, produces thick, 3 or 5-lobed, dark green foliage on non-flowering stems with aerial rootlets. An Adult stage, the bushy and non-climbing stage, produces umbrella-like clusters of greenish-white flowers in early fall, followed by blue-black berries that appear as a bunch of grapes, becoming a vital food source for pollinators, birds, and butterflies. It is a hardy plant that is resistant to deer and rabbits. English Ivy thrives in partial shade to full sun and is tolerant of full sun It is also considered a robust and fast-growing plant that may reach around 20 to 30 feet tall and approximately 15 feet wide. If you want fast and effective results, you need to grow them in the spring. English Ivy thrives in partial shade to full sun and is tolerant of full sun. It performs well in fertile, medium moisture, and well-drained soil. It is tolerable to a wide variety of soil types but favors loams rich in organic matter. Although it can tolerate moderate drought, it provides the best leaf color when the soil is evenly moist throughout the year. You may grow it indoors, where it needs a little care. While outdoors, it needs little to no care to flourish. It has much in common with Persian Ivy, Boston Ivy, Irish Ivy, and Virginia Creeper. People may also confuse this plant with Poison Ivy due to its hairy stem. Since they have a spreading habit, you may use them as groundcovers in your landscaping. When you cultivate it as a groundcover, you may shear off the tips of the plants in the spring to revitalize the vines. You may use this plant to conceal an unsightly fence or wall that you want to cover up. You may use it in pots or baskets that allow its vines to dangle for indoor and outdoor use. It can never go out of style because of its timeless appeal. You may use this plant for ornamental and medicinal purposes. Topiary designs, hanging baskets, and houseplants are different uses of this plant. Many people often use its leaves extracts to make medicines. It may have antioxidant properties. English Ivy Vine is For Sale at Tennessee Wholesale Nursery with Quick Shipping and Low Prices
Ajuga reptans (Bugleweed) Make your summer garden bloom with ajuga reptans! The ajuga reptans plant is an evergreen perennial with dark green leaves and deep blue flowers. This vibrant, eye-catching flower can thrive in any warm climate without much maintenance and makes a great addition to any garden. No matter your gardening experience, you can easily add this beautiful flower to your home. The ajuga reptans plant will bring color to even the dullest gardens, adding depth and texture to your outdoor space. It's an ideal choice for those looking to spruce up their garden with minimal effort! Choose the ajuga reptans plant today – it'll make your garden bloom! Bugleweed: Do you need a fast-spreading groundcover plant for natural weed control? This plant is amazing with purple blooms in spring and summer. Ajuga reptans is a native plant to western Asia and Europe. Ajuga reptans will display a show of color in the mid-spring. That's when you will see tall spikes of vibrant purple flowers that will pop against your landscaping. The plant's flowers are tubular, with two unequal lips. Flowers are clustered along the stems and may reach eight or ten inches tall. As the flowers fade in the heat, the foliage becomes more prominent. Though its flowers are attractive, the foliage is the real star. During the warm days of the early to mid-spring, Ajuga reptans plants develop rich, dark green foliage. The greenery creates a mat of leaves, often forming attractive whorls. Later in the season, the leaves show off bronze and burgundy tones in autumn. Ajuga reptans Will Cover Your Ground Quickly Ajuga reptans perennials spread quickly. Each plant can extend as far as eighteen inches wide. The spread of bugleweed is similar to grass--it sends out several small stems that take root nearby and grow new plants. The significant and rapid growth of these new groundcover plants means you can quickly fill in a gardening bed. Once the bugleweed takes over, your weeds will be a distant memory. Although Ajuga reptans prefers shady to semi-shade growing conditions, it is a vigorous and resilient plant that can adapt to sunshine in most growing zones. This plant is also relatively maintenance-free if you plant it in a spot with reasonably good drainage. The plant might require minimal care, such as cutting back runners two or three times a year and cutting the flower spikes after they finish their show of blooms. This groundcover plant tolerates moist to moderately dry soil and has a centralized root system. Bugleweed is unfussy and grows in most soil conditions without much help from the gardener--this makes Ajuga reptans an ideal garden solution for anyone who wants a plant that will take over, choke out weeds, and remain carefree and beautiful for a long season. Ajuga reptans is available online at TN Nursery Order your Ajuga reptans from TN Nursery--you will be on your way to spending less time weeding.
European Ginger (Asarum arifolium) European Ginger: Asarum arifolium, previously Hexastylis arifolia, is the standard European ginger. Despite its reference to Europe, this evergreen species is a native North American perennial that originated in the humid forests of the southeast. Besides European Ginger, here are a few additional common names for this adorable evergreen plant: Arrowhead Wild Ginger Heartleaf Ginger Heartleaf Wild Ginger Little Brown Jugs Green Valentine TN Nursery recommends this plant in the mid-south and midwest's moderate planting zones. European Ginger Is an Excellent Shade Garden Ground Cover Finding the best plants for a shade garden can be challenging--European Ginger is one pretty perennial that flourishes in the deepest shade. It loves moist soil that drains well. It is happiest when it beds down in plenty of organic material. When you plant European ginger, add a generous scoop of mulch, grass clippings, peat moss, or shredded leaves. It loves these materials. The Lovely Green Foliage Makes European Ginger a Popular Choice European Ginger is a favorite of TN Nursery customers who need to add profuse greenery to a shady spot. The foliage is impressive. Each leaf can measure as much as six inches long and wide. Some gardeners describe the shape of the leaf as a blunt, rounded arrowhead. But others explain that it makes an abstract heart shape. The leaves have veins that create a crackled or leathery appearance. The plant produces tiny, light burgundy to brown, jug-shaped flowers with a soft, peach fuzz texture. However, these are fairy blossoms--so small that the many leaves tend to conceal them. During the middle to end of summer, European Ginger will produce tiny berries. They are inedible to humans, but your backyard birds will enjoy harvesting them. Order Your European Ginger From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests European Ginger for the deepest, shadiest yards where few perennials grow. This evergreen will add the color you desire--place your order 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.
Tiger Lily Plants are Exotic Perennials The tiger lily plant is a native perennial that is a hardy plant that will bring a brilliant splash of color to your garden. Its elegant, vibrant blooms range from orange to deep red and will provide an inviting, welcoming atmosphere for you and your guests all summer. Plus, with its easy care and low maintenance requirements, you can add a perfect touch of beauty without any hassle. Transform your outdoor living space with the tiger lily plant today! Whether you’re looking to spruce up an existing garden or design a new one, the tiger lily is an easy way to add a touch of vibrancy that will make all the difference. Bring life and beauty to your outdoor space — get the tiger lily plant now! Tiger Lily: Lilium lancifolium is an ancient species. Most believe Tibetans or the Japanese were the original cultivators of this tall, orange lily and then spread across the ancient world. Regardless of origins, the tiger lily is well-suited to the moderate USDA growing zones, well-adapted and adopted by many Americans. It grows in mixed sun and shade or full sun, reaching a mature height of around three feet. Don't be fooled by the regal appearance; this flower is relatively easy to grow and maintain. TN Nursery customers use this lily in a garden border or as an ornamental to create a focal point in a formal garden--the bright orange flowers are undoubtedly worthy of such a place of honor. The Elegance of the Tiger Lily The tiger lily emerges each spring from a bulb. Despite being reasonably slender, the stalk is dark green, erect, and sturdy. Tiger lily leaves are narrow, forming an elongated oval shape. The texture is smooth, and they have a green hue similar to the stem. The most easily recognizable feature of the tiger lily is the orange blossom with dark chocolate spots. Of course, the orange and brown tiger-like color scheme lends the tiger lily its name. Each large blossom opens to display six flamboyant petals, each with a graceful curve. The flower's centers are creamy white or yellow--and long--making the flower even more intriguing. In most growing zones, the plants begin their annual growth cycle in late spring and blossom in the latter half of summer--late July or August. How to Care For the Tiger Lily Plant The tiger lily might have an impressive look, but it's more low-maintenance than you might believe. Plant your tiger lily bulbs in the fall or early spring, allowing a lot of space for bulb development. The tiger lily wants a healthy compost feeding in the early spring and a layer of woody mulch before winter. If your area receives rainfall once a week, you won't need to water it; however, it will need watering in drier climates. Order Your Tiger Lily Plant From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery will only dig your bulbs from our central Tennesse nursery after you place an order. This process ensures freshness. Order your tiger lily bulbs today.
Squirrel Corn (Dicentra canadensis) Squirrel corn is a small, perennial herbaceous plant native to North America. It belongs to the family Papaveraceae and the genus Dicentra. The scientific name of squirrel corn is Dicentra canadensis.The plant grows about 6 to 12 inches tall and has finely divided, fern-like leaves. It produces small, white, or pinkish heart-shaped flowers that bloom in spring. The flowers are followed by small, white, nut-like tubers that resemble corn kernels, hence the name "squirrel corn." Squirrel corn is commonly found in woodlands and other shaded areas and prefers moist, well-drained soil. Often used as a ground cover in shaded gardens and is highly attractive to pollinators such as bees and butterflies. While squirrel corn is not toxic to humans or animals, it is not commonly used for culinary or medicinal purposes. However, some Native American tribes have historically used the tubers of squirrel corn as a food source. Squirrel Corn: Dicentra canadensis, or Squirrel Corn, is a lovely perennial wildflower. TN Nursery recommends this North American native species for customers in the cooler USDA growing zones from the New England region across the Great Lakes, the upper south, and the midwestern areas. Dicentra canadensis takes its unique common name from the little white flower, which dangles from its stem like a white nugget of corn. These plants are perfect for a shade garden or cottage garden. Gardeners adore this species for its uncomplicated nature, good looks, and charming little flowers. Where to Plant Squirrel Corn Squirrel corn will treasure a spot in filtered sun or partial shade. Although Dicentra canadensis will tolerate shade, it will not produce as many blossoms. This perennial prefers de-compacted, fertile soil and about an inch of water per week. However, it does not tolerate standing water, so ensure the planting site provides sufficient quick drainage. Squirrel Corn plants are lovely planted in these locations: Mass plantings Shade garden Rock garden Flower beds Cottage garden Fairy Garden This plant is relatively self-sufficient if you select the perfect semi-shade location and give it ample water, especially during summertime. The Casual Charm of Dicentra canadensis The leaves of the Dicentra canadensis plant are soft, showy, and a lovely dark green, with a fern-like appearance. Leaves may reach six inches long and have a full, lush look. The plant's stems are burgundy or brown and form a graceful arch as the flowers develop, adding weight for them to bear. The Squirrel Corn variety grown by TN Nursery has white flowers, and they often have a slight tinge of baby pink accentuating their delicate good looks. They have two petals that meet in the middle to form a heart shape. Some gardeners say this heart-shaped flower looks like a cute pendant dangling from a necklace. Order Your Squirrel Corn From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests Squirrel Corn for gardeners who want a classic farmhouse flower with impressive greenery. We dig our plants fresh per order, ensuring healthy plants--order your plants from us today.