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Natchez Crepe Myrtle$23.99
Natchez Crepe Myrtle Natchez Crepe Myrtle: While it can reach between twenty to thirty feet high, Lagerstroemia, or the Natchez crepe myrtle, is a deciduous shrub. It is a TN Nursery best-selling species, and we sell hundreds of crepe myrtles in a range of stunning colors every year. Natchez crepe myrtle will bloom during the mid-summer, providing fresh color after many other blooming trees finish flowering. We suggest you pair them with early-season flowering shrubs and trees. Lagerstroemia is a species native to Asia--specifically, Korea and China. However, Americans have long since adopted this shrub after falling in love with the outstanding and abundant blooms. Today, you will find it showing off in the warmer USDA growing zones. It enjoys immense popularity in the southeastern United States. Natchez Crepe Myrtle Offers Outstanding Beauty The abundant, creamy white flowers of the Natchez crepe myrtle decorate the landscape all across the south during the middle of summer. Dozens of tiny white flowers form in massive clusters, giving the appearance of a single giant bloom. The blossoms last for several weeks, making them highly desirable. The multi-branched shrub has graceful, slender branches that make a pleasing shape. During its early growth, gardeners often train it to grow taller to appear more tree-like. However, others leave it natural, allowing nature to take its course and develop a bushier look. Either way is correct--it depends on the gardener's preference. The medium-green oval leaves are small, measuring under two inches long. But many will develop, providing a lovely, shaded canopy. The bark is light and has a slightly rough texture. It renews by peeling during the summer, especially after the blossoms fade. Crepe myrtle flowers give birth to many inch-long brown pods containing many seeds. Natchez Crepe Myrtle Attracts Pollinators in the Summer and Birds in the Winter The beautiful, bright white blossoms are irresistible to pollinators. You will see bees, dragonflies, butterflies, and moths visiting your Natchez crepe myrtle. In the winter, any remaining birds will visit your Natchez crepe myrtle. The pods left behind by the flowers provide them with an abundant food source. This shrub is a significant nutritional source for birds after the insects and worms become unavailable in the winter. Order Your Natchez Crepe Myrtle From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery grows the healthiest, best Natchez crepe myrtles you will find--order yours today.
Rue Anemone - Thalictrum Thalictroides Rue anemone presents delicate, soft pink or white flowers on single stems throughout the spring and early summer. Its cup-shaped flowers identify it as a member of the buttercup family. Utterly charming in a shady corner of a garden, it offers a gently colorful influence in a woodsy setting. Rue Anemone Plant Offers The Delicate Look Of a Wildflower’s Beauty Native to North America, it evokes images of days when wildflowers flourished everywhere. At the height of 6 to 10 inches, it needs about an equal amount of space for each plant. While delicate and fragile in appearance, the plant can resist spring frosts. An easy plant to grow requires only an average amount of water and maintenance. It takes time to rest in the summer after a showy performance in the earlier months. Choosing a Shady Location The delicacy of the wildflower invites gardeners to choose a shady spot where it can create a sense of calm and peacefulness. The native plant likes to share space with trees like oaks, maples, birch, and hundreds of others that lose their leaves once a year. A location near a tree helps the rue anemone receive the dappled sun that allows it to thrive. The leaves decaying organic material enriches the soil and enhances growing conditions. Delighting in Understated Eleganceof Rue Anemone The 5-10 petal-like sepals on the flowers of the rue anemone form around an unusual structure of pistils. A cluster of pollen-laden pistils enhances the beauty of the plant in a natural environment. Each plant invites close examination that reveals the delicacy of the prominent pistils above the petals. Locating the plant in a secluded nook, a rock garden, or a shady border can delight anyone who sees it. A pleasure to grow, compatible with the environment, and contributing to the elegance of a quiet garden, the lovely plant deserves a place in the home of any knowledgeable gardener.
Winterberry "Winter Red"$21.99
Ilex Verticulata "Winter Red" Winterberry Shrub Winterberry (Ilex verticillata) Winterberry: Ilex verticillata, or the common winterberry, is a beautiful deciduous shrub that gardeners cherish for the cheerful, small, bright red berries that brighten up an otherwise bleak winter landscape. The shrub usually stays under twelve feet with a sprawling, shrub-like look; however, some trim the lower branches as it grows to give it the appearance of a dwarf tree. The winterberry is a deer-resistant, disease-resistant, and pest-resistant North American native species. It is not particular about light conditions and will thrive in full sun or partial shade almost everywhere in the United States, growing in zones 3 through 9. Winterberry is a holly family member with glossy, dark green three-inch-long leaves with serrated margins. The berries develop in the late fall, petite (under an inch around) little fruits that stay on the stem throughout the winter--the perfect sustenance for winter birds. Where to Grow Winterberry in Your Yard TN Nursery customers choose this shrub for the winter color and their love of birdwatching. Here are a few appropriate locations to plant one in our landscape: Pollinator garden Bird garden Shade garden Winter garden Rock garden How to Grow Ilex verticillata Ilex verticillata is an unfussy plant that requires only a little care. Its native habitat is the forests of the Appalachian Mountains, where the earth is fertile and moist. Recreating those growing conditions in your garden will make your winterberry shrub almost carefree. Add a hefty scoop or two of compost or a slow-release fertilizer when you plant your shrub. Be sure to give it about one inch of water per week for the first several weeks to allow the roots to strengthen; after that, it will become self-sufficient. Order Your Winterberry From TN Nursery Today Let our seven decades of experience work for you. When you purchase your bare root plants from TN Nursery, you will get healthy plants and achieve gardening success. Order today.
Kwanzan Cherryfrom $21.90
Kwanzan Cherry Tree (Prunus kanzan) Prunus kanzan is better known as the Kwanzan Cherry Tree. This glorious flowering deciduous tree is a small, highly ornamental tree that most gardeners purchase from TN Nursery for the breathtaking, colorful flowers in the spring. The Kwanzan cherry tree is a Japanese native species. However, American gardeners adopted its use over a century ago, making it a familiar favorite nationwide. The Kwanzan cherry tree flourishes in the warmer USDA plant hardiness zones. It especially enjoys popularity in the lower midwestern states, the middle-south, and the deep south through Georgia and north Florida. Where to Use the Kwanzan Cherry Tree in Your Garden or Landscape The Kwanzan cherry tree is a small size for a tree, reaching a total height of forty feet or less. It needs full sunshine or partial shade and about one inch of water per week. Besides some initial care when you plant it, the Kwanzan cherry tree is easy to grow and requires less maintenance after it strengthens. It prefers hot, humid summers. Besides loving the heat, it is drought-tolerant, pest-resistant, and disease-resistant. TN Nursery customers plant this tree as a stand-alone specimen; to accentuate a driveway or sidewalk; as a patio tree; in a pollinator garden, or anywhere to enjoy its springtime pink blossoms. The Kwanzan Cherry Tree Abounds in Beauty Despite the name "cherry," most gardeners cultivate the Kwanzan cherry tree for its inherent beauty, not its fruit. Indeed, most leave that to the birds. A single reddish or brown trunk splits into several erect, sturdy branches. Flowers have twenty double-blooming petals, measuring about an inch to three each. The color is vibrant--rose or pink. You will have many blossoms for approximately two to three weeks in mid-spring. The smell of the blossoms is soft, floral, and sweet. The leaves emerge after the blossoms drop. Their leaves are petite, under five inches, and alternate along the stems. They generally turn to amber or orange in the autumn. Order Your Kwanzan Cherry Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests the Kwanzan cherry tree for those who want showy, bright rose-colored blossoms but need a species that can withstand the summer heat. Please place your order today.
Chinese Snowball Bush$21.99
Chinese viburnum macrocephalum Old Fashioned Snowball Height Shipped 3-6" Chinese Snowball: Viburnum macrocephalum, aka the Chinese snowball or old-fashioned snowball, is a deciduous, semi-evergreen shrub named for its large, showy puffy-looking white blossoms. It's a show-off plant that performs best in the warmer USDA growing zones. This beauty needs either full or partial sun to bloom in the late spring, usually in May or June. As the name suggests, this stunning species is a native of China's mainland. However, it enjoys wild popularity in the United States and is well-adapted to the mid-south, south, lower midwest, and southwestern regions. Besides its inherently lovely appearance, this shrub is deer-resistant, disease-resistant, and drought-tolerant. Where to Use the Chinese Snowball in Your Gardening Viburnum macrocephalum generally stays around ten feet high. However, the tallest known specimen was almost 25 feet high. Regardless of how tall it wants to grow, it is resilient and heals well if you wish to prune it to a shorter size. TN Nursery customers use this shrub in several gardening applications: Pollinator garden Asian theme garden Cottage garden In a partially sunny spot in your shade garden As a stand-alone specimen or focal point. The Old-Fashioned Snowball Creates an Amazing Floral Display The Chinese snowball might put on one of the loveliest floral displays you would ever lay eyes on. The shrub is multi-stemmed and forms a unique vase shape with a narrow bottom and an expansive canopy. When not blooming, the leaves are full, oval, abundant, and about four inches long. Their color is a rich green. The flowers have an apple green center covered in a multitude of petite (under an inch) pristine white florets to form a ball shape--or better yet, a snowball. Order Your Chinese Snowball From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery has seven decades in the horticulture industry. We use our vast knowledge to grow the most vigorous plants you will find. Please place your order today and see the quality firsthand.
Black Eyed Susan$5.99
Black Eyed Susan The Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) is a bright yellow wildflower native to the eastern part of North America. It belongs to the aster or sunflower family. Ita a herbaceous perennial plant that reaches a mature height of about 1-3 feet tall. Some may grow taller. Rudbeckia Hirta is a Summer Blooming Perennial The plant has a single stem that is hairy and branched, producing yellow, daisy-like flowers with dark brown, almost black centers. The name is derived, of course, from its dark brown center. The flowers are 2-3 inches in diameter. The leaves are green and slightly hairy, and they have toothed margins. The plant's root system is a taproot system with fibrous roots. The plant's taproot can grow to a depth of several feet, depending on the soil conditions. Black-eyed Susans are often grown in gardens for their beautiful blooms and nectar. The nectar attracts bees and butterflies, lured by the sweet nectar and bright colors of the flowers. The pollinators then spread the pollen around. They are also famous for cutting flowers as they have a long vase life. In the wild, Black-eyed Susans grow in woods, prairies, and meadows throughout much of North America. They thrive in dry and moist soils and full sun or partial shade. These flowers typically bloom in mid to late summer and continue to flower through early fall. The exact timing of this blooming period can vary depending on factors such as the plant's location, growing conditions, and climate. In warmer regions, the blooming period may begin earlier in the summer and continue into the fall. In cooler regions, the blooming period may be shorter, and the plants may only flower for a few weeks in mid to late summer. Black Eye Susan are deer-resistant plants that can produce blooms for up to two months under optimal growing conditions.
Jewelweed Plant Jewelweed, also known as spotted touch-me-not or Impatiens capensis, is a plant native to North America. It is a member of the impatiens family.Jewelweed is often found in wetlands and damp areas and prefers to grow in partial to full shade. The plant has thin, translucent stems and oval-shaped leaves with serrated edges. Its flowers are orange or yellow and shaped like a trumpet.Jewelweed is also an important food source for hummingbirds and other wildlife. Jewelweed Plant: Impatiens capensis, or jewelweed plant, is a lovely woodland species you might know by other common names. Some other monikers include these: Orange jewelweed Common jewelweed Orange balsam Spotted touch-me-not Touch-me-not Each term refers to the jewelweed plant regardless of what you call it. Jewelweed Plant Thrives In Shady Conditions The jewelweed plant is hardy and will flourish in challenging conditions. An unabashed woodland grower, it thrives from the Canadian border and in every growing zone in the United States except the hottest. The jewelweed plant grows in its natural forested environment in sun-dappled meadows, clearings, creekbeds, and under a woodsy canopy. It likewise thrives in either shade or partially-shaded conditions in your landscape. It likes moisture but does not want to keep its feet wet and needs well-draining soil with woody organic matter. If you create those growing conditions, the jewelweed plant will need little else from you except perhaps a little autumn mulch in the coolest climates. The Magnificent Beauty of the Jewelweed Plant The plant generally grows to around three feet high and three feet wide. The self-pollinating, self-seeding jewelweed plant has bright green stems and matching leaves. The leaves are a modified triangle shape with gently toothed edges. Although not technically a ground cover plant, the jewelweed can form into dense stands over several years. The flowers dangle from thin, sturdy leaf axles, creating a graceful appearance. The flower petals are a refreshing orange pop that starkly contrasts against the green backdrop. Each flower has four to five petals that form in a slight trumpet shape that hummingbirds cannot resist. Jewelweed plants bloom from early summer until the first fall frost. Jewelweed Plant is available at TN Nursery today. The jewelweed plant is a must-have if you want to add a delicious slice of orange to a shade garden. Order your jewelweed from TN Nursery today.
Cushion Moss - 5 Square Feet$34.99
Cushion Moss, Leucobryum glaucum Pin Cushion Moss, Cushion Moss (Leucobrym glaucum) Cushion Moss: Leucobrym glaucum is a dense clumping plant that grows in a loosely-formed ball shape. It earns its name from its appearance, which resembles a cushion. You might also hear other gardeners call it to pin cushion moss. Cushion moss has a mild and earthy aroma that some describe as a spring day after a thunderstorm. Cushion Moss Adds Interesting Color and Texture to Any Garden Cushion moss can grow more extensively than most other moss species. In nature, it grows in shady valleys and around the edges of swamps, where moisture collects quickly and drains slowly. It prefers densely packed soil or rocks, a lot of moisture, and partial to heavy shade, but it can also tolerate partially sunny locations. Leucobrym glaucum foliage is attractive cushion moss, and it grows in dense clumps. The tufts of moss stay low to the ground. grows outward to cover the ground instead of reaching upward. A mature plant reaches a height of about three feet and can spread relatively wide, usually giving it a shorter, more rounded appearance. This expansive growth makes it the perfect ground cover for any shade garden. The color of cushion moss is a gentle green, with definite gray to silvery tones that will lend an air of casual elegance to any garden. Where to Plant Leucobrym glaucum Understanding that cushion moss occurs in nature in wet woodlands and swamps helps you pick the best place to plant it. It requires ample water and shade to survive. You can grow it in your garden or on a rock wall--it does not care about soil quality. So if you have a shaded, compacted, and bare area in your yard that collects water and requires a long time to drain after a rainshower, then cushion moss might provide you with the solution to that issue. This low-maintenance, shade-loving plant can be the accent piece that revives this otherwise desolate spot in your garden. Order Pin Cushion Moss From TN Nursery Order your cushion moss from TN Nursery today. We will send you fresh, viable moss to fill your shady spot with silvery green color. Cushion moss Leucobryum glaucum is also called pin cushion moss Online Plant Nursery Tennessee Wholesale Nursery Garden Plants Nursery Wholesale Nursery Cushion Moss
Yarrow Plant Yarrow is a perennial herbaceous plant native to Europe, Asia, and North America. It is known for its fern-like foliage and clusters of small, flat-topped flowers that bloom in shades of white, yellow, pink, or red. Yarrow plants typically grow 2-3 feet tall and prefer full sun to partial shade. In addition to its ornamental value, yarrow has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. It contains several compounds that have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, and it has been used to treat various ailments, including wounds, fever, and digestive issues. Yarrow is also famous for attracting pollinators, particularly butterflies and bees. It is easy to grow and relatively low-maintenance, and can be propagated through division or seed. Yarrow is an excellent addition to a wildflower garden or mixed border and can be used in cut flower arrangements. Yarrow Plant: A low-maintenance, drought-tolerant herbaceous perennial that grows across almost the entire United States, yarrow is an extremely hardy plant. It belongs to the large Achillea genus, all native to North America, Europe, and Asia. This resilient plant is unfussy and, once established, almost carefree. Yarrow flourishes equally in the following growing conditions: Full sun or partial shade Cooler climates or heat High humidity or arid conditions Because of its adaptability and easy-going nature, TN Nursery often suggests the yarrow plant for the most challenging growing conditions. Other common names for yarrow include the following: Bloodwart Carpenter's Weed Common Yarrow Devil's Nettle Fern-Leaf Yarrow Milfoil Nose Bleed Oldman's Pepper Sanguinary Soldier's Woundwort Thousandleaf The Graceful Appearance of the Yarrow Plant The yarrow plant averages two to three feet in height at maturity. Each plant features multiple glossy, dark green stems with graceful, six-inch-long, fern-like leaves. The flowers appear in the late weeks of summer or early fall. Small, under one-inch wide flowers, with five ray-shaped petals emerge in abundance. They have yellow or light green centers. These petite blossoms form in dense, showy clusters of twenty or more. At first glance, they appear like a single giant flower. The plant emits a pleasing, spicy fragrance that intensifies if you break open a stem to release its oils.
Bellflower Plant (Uvularia grandiflora) Bellflower (Campanula) is a genus of flowering plants in Campanulaceae. There are over 500 species of bellflower, which are found throughout the Northern Hemisphere, with the highest diversity in the Mediterranean region. Bellflowers are known for their bell-shaped flowers, which come in various colors, including blue, purple, white, and pink. They bloom in summer and can continue to flower into fall. The leaves are typically toothed or lobed and can be evergreen or deciduous. Bellflowers can be grown in various settings, including garden beds, borders, and rock gardens. They prefer well-draining soil and full sun to partial shade. They are relatively easy to grow and propagate, and many species self-seed.Some popular species of bellflower include the harebell (Campanula rotundifolia), Canterbury bells (Campanula medium), and peach-leaved bellflower (Campanula persicifolia). Bellflower Plant: Uvularia grandiflora, the bellflower plant, is a perennial woodland species native to eastern and central North America. Due to its early spring arrival, many gardeners include this lovely yellow flower in their landscape plan. In some USDA growing zones, it blooms for about two weeks as early as March--a welcome sight for winter-weary eyes. If this plant seems familiar, but the name doesn't sound right to your ears, you may better recognize it by one of its many names. Here are a few others: Large bellwort Large flower bellwort Large-flowered bellwort Merry bells Great merry bells Yellow bellwort Each of these nicknames comes from the sunny yellow, bell-shaped flowers. Where to Grow the Bellflower Plant As a native to the lush forests across the eastern United States, the bellflower perennial plant prefers filtered sun to a full shade location. It will accept a couple of hours of full morning sunshine despite the shade preference. It also likes soil that compares to what it would have in the forest--lots of rich, woody material. Think about adding compost, shredded leaves, and hardwood mulch. Bellflower is an excellent companion plant with other forest species, such as ferns and peat moss. Bellflower can tolerate short periods of dryness and heat. However, it prefers well-draining soil with some moisture. You might need to water it during summertime's hot spells. Besides optimizing these growing conditions, the bellflower plant is self-sufficient and resilient. Once established, you will enjoy it without much intervention. Use bellflowers in a shade garden, rock garden, or natural area. But leave space--it will soon colonize and give you lots of baby bellflowers to dig up and use throughout your property or share with friends. The Sunny Look of Bellflowers Bellflower leaves reach about six inches long and two inches wide, forming a pale green lance shape. They encircle the green stem and have an interesting fine white fuzz on the bottom. The cheery yellow flowers form a cone shape and then gracefully droop, forming an elongated bell shape. Each flower has six petals, emitting a soft, fresh floral fragrance. Order Your Bellflower Plant (Set of 2) From TN Nursery Today The bellflower plant makes a cheerful arrival in the earliest days of spring. Order yours today--you will be glad you did.
The Butterfly shrub has colorful flowers and butterflies that grow in spring and summer. Want lots of butterflies, colorful flowers, and dark green foliage? Butterfly shrubs is a Wonderful shrub that attracts butterflies. Butterflies and hummingbirds are both attracted to the flowers of butterfly bush. The butterflies are drawn to it for the abundance of nectar and pollinating opportunities - The shrub produces a beautiful display of flowers that brighten your garden any time of year. Discover the fantastic world of butterflies! The flowers of this shrub produce nectar, and the shrubs provide shelter for many types of butterflies and beneficial insects. This plant is native to China, Tibet, and Japan, but it has spread worldwide and is now grown in the United States. It thrives in any soil but prefers moist, well-drained soil. Grow your butterfly bushes today! They are easy to care for, and best of all, they're beautiful! Each flower is worth a thousand words. Your garden would be incomplete without that one color that enhances the outdoor ambiance. All the flowers in your yard would never be enough to make you want to look at another garden again. Put it all together with a butterfly bush, and let your neighbors come running over to view your yard this season! Butterfly bushes are majestic creatures, like large tropical birds. Their presence often is magical, especially when they burst into bloom." -Ellen Tracy-Gordon, editor of Taunton's Home Gardener magazine. Are you tired of looking at dull green shrubs? Do you want a focal point for your garden instead? Consider adding a butterfly bush to your front lawn this summer and enjoy the show! And, did you know that butterfly bushes are harmless to human beings? Butterfly bushes are not only attractive in bloom, but the plants are handsome all year round. In addition, it will not take long for your butterfly bush to grow into a full-sized bush. When it comes to butterfly bushes, the sky is the limit! Don't wait for your perfect spring flowers when you can have beautiful bushes all year long! Don't wait to get your hands on a butterfly bush! Butterfly bushes are grown for their long panicles of colorful flowers and their ability to attract butterflies and beneficial insects They bloom in spring and summer, but the naturally attractive shape of the shrub and evergreen foliage keep the bush interesting, even when it is not in bloom. Butterfly bushes are a favorite among gardeners who want to ensure they bring more pollinators into their yards. But you don't need a garden to get your hands on one of these plants - make them part of your indoor décor with an artificial butterfly bush from Artificial Plants And Flowers! Find great deals on all our artificial plants by visiting our shop now!
Fern Variety - 10 Plants$19.99
Fern Variety Set 10 Ferns Fern Variety Set(10 Ferns): TN Nursery proudly offers a fern variety set. This hand-selected, curated collection ensures that you get the best ferns. Your collection includes species that best suit the requirements of your USDA growing zone. ● Have you been curious about growing ferns? ● Did you wish you had tried but were unsure you would succeed? ● Have you ever wished an expert horticulturist available to help you pick the best ferns? ● Are you unsure which ferns will perform well in your region? Guess what...TN Nursery can help you confidently take that next step. TN Nursery Will Hand Select the Best Ferns When you order our fern variety set, you will receive ten healthy bare-root ferns that will quickly display lush green fronds. We will hand-pick the best ferns for you. You will have the plants you need to transform the most barren parts of your shady or partially shady yard into an oasis your neighbors will covet. When you order, we will consider your USDA growing zone and choose a package with the best ferns for your location and growing needs. What Ferns Might We Include in The Fern Variety Set? TN Nursery grows healthy ferns and several popular species. We produce the following species at our nursery in central Tennessee: ● Royal ferns ● Cinnamon ferns ● Fiddlehead ferns ● Ostrich ferns ● Sensitive ferns ● Leatherwood ferns ● Maidenhair ferns ● Giant ostrich ferns ● Bracken ferns ● New York ferns ● Christmas ferns ● Glade ferns ● Hay-scented ferns Of course, not each of these species suits every growing zone. But you don't need to worry about that--leave your selection of ferns our knowledgeable staff. Our experts are here to help! TN Nursery Digs Your Fern Variety Set Fresh–and Only After You Order TN Nursery only digs up products from our nursery after a customer places an order. This process ensures we ship only fresh, healthy products to our customers. Let us surprise you! Place your order today.
"Carolina" American Holly Ilex Opaca American holly (Latin: Ilex opaca) is an ever-popular, highly-prized evergreen tree. It's a native North American species that you see dotted across the landscape in gardens throughout 5 through 9. This tree loves moderate warmth and partial shade to partial sun and requires well-amended, fast-draining, rich soil. That might sound demanding. But once you meet those needs, the American holly tree will grow without asking you for anything else. TN Wholesale Nursery recommends this tree for its inherent good nature. The species is both robust and resilient, healing quickly if it ever sustains any damage. It is wind damage-resistant, deer-resistant, frost-resistant, heat-resistant, and disease-resistant. The American Holly Tree Is Incredibly Handsome Year-Round This handsome evergreen tree will enliven your yard even after everything else goes dormant during the gray days of the winter season. Its leaves are a matte, dark green color and broad--three inches long and almost two inches wide. They grow densely packed on the stems, creating abundant green foliage. The branches emerge toward the bottom of the trunk. That low growth makes Ilex opaca the first choice for many as a natural snow fence or windbreak. The tree produces lovely cream or buttery-white flowers in springtime, April, or May, depending on the USDA zone. The blossoms each measure one to three inches across. Although relatively small, they tend to form a cluster that gives them a more prominent presence. Those blooms will bring the berries, under one inch in diameter and orange-red, in the mid to late fall. The berries are bright and eye-catching--both to human passersby and to any winter birds who remain in the region. Order American Holly to Add Evergreen Color to the Landscape Ilex opaca is a handsome tree that displays year-round color. Please place your order with TN Wholesale Nursery today--we are experts in plant health; we're confident you'll agree once you see for yourself.
Loblolly Pine Tree$25.99
Loblolly Pine Tree Loblolly Pine Tree: Pinus taeda, the loblolly pine tree, is a frequent sight around the southern states. The native North American species is the second most common tree in the United States. Although the loblolly pine calls the south its home, don't let that stop you from growing it in other moderately warm locations. The southern parts of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the lower midwest are also conducive to this tree. TN Nursery customers plant the loblolly pine tree in natural areas around their homes. We also have landscapers purchase these. They love to include this species around parks, golf courses, and similar locations. The loblolly pine tree loves a sunny location with fast-draining but moist soil. However, it will also tolerate drought. Other common names for the loblolly pine tree include the following: Bull pine North Carolina pine Old field pine The Majestic Beauty of the Loblolly Pine The loblolly pine tree grows straight and tall--rising as high as ninety to a hundred feet into the sky and with a breadth of about twenty feet. It has upright-curving branches at the top, while the lower limbs tend to dip downward. The tree's crown gently rounds as it matures, making a lovely shape. Up to ten-inch long, dark green needles form on the branches, typically in bundles of three. The tree blooms in March and April each year and produces shapely pine cones that crafters prize for winter wreath-making efforts. The pine cones are cylindrical to cone-shaped, with well-defined, pointed spines. They usually grow in attractive clusters of two to three, with each pine cone measuring approximately three inches long. Order Your Loblolly Pine Tree From TN Nursery Today If you want to add a tall, majestic species to your landscaping project, please consider the loblolly pine tree. TN Nursery digs the seedlings fresh and ships them quickly. Please order yours today.
Quaker Ladies (Azure Bluet)$5.69
Quaker Ladies Azure Bluet Azure bluets, also known as Quaker ladies, are dainty, pale-blue perennial flowers that symbolize connection to Mother Earth. The Azure bluet flowers grow in patches and are about four inches tall. This cute flower is the perfect addition to any garden or landscape. Each flower has four delicate, pointed petals and a yellow center held by a thin, dark-green stem. Bluets Quaker Ladies Native to North America, the Azure bluet thrives in meadows along rivers with thin, rocky soil. They look gorgeous in any garden and add instant beauty anywhere they are planted. Azure bluets love the sun and thrive in acidic soil. This woodland herb provides an elegant pop of color that will enhance the beauty of your backyard landscape. Bees and other pollinators are attracted to this vibrant flower. You will notice the most growth and color from this flower in spring, making it an excellent addition to your yard during the Easter holiday. Once established, your bluets will return each spring to create a charming landscape that resembles a fairy tale. The clusters of bluet serve as an excellent ground cover that will hide bare patches of land and breathe life into your lawn or garden. Azure Bluets are also known as Quaker Ladies Seeds carried by the wind will be dispersed across your yard, adding pops of sky-blue to the landscape. Some believe that planting this flower can strengthen your connection to Earth's inhabitants, including birds and plants. Innocence and beauty are also represented by azure bluets, making them one of the most popular garden plants in the United States and Canada. Anyone can enjoy these tiny flowers' delicate, gentle appearance, and they will surely bring a sense of playful joy to your yard or garden. You will love seeing these little blue flowers pop up each spring.