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Trumpet Vines (Campsis radicans) Trumpet Vines: Campsis radicans, which most call the trumpet vine or trumpet creeper, is a fast-growing, multi-stemmed, perennial vine. It is a North American native species originating in the southeastern United States. However, it is an adaptable flower that will grow in most USDA growing zones. If you need a hardy perennial to cover a large section of fence or to hide an eyesore, trumpet vines can accomplish that task for you within a few seasons. The vines can grow as long as forty feet. The key to growing healthy trumpet vines is to aerate the soil for faster drainage and fertilize it twice a year. It will also tolerate heat and drought and bounce back after the winter cold. The Immense Charm of Trumpet Vines Trumpet vines are famous for their ability to grow fast, but perhaps more so for the rustic charm of the vine and flowers. The vine is woody and bears dark green, ovate and serrated leaves with a pointed tip. The stems are a slightly lighter hue, creating a lovely tonal effect. The plant takes its name from the trumpet-shaped flowers, a vibrant coral to orange in color. Each flower is reasonably sized, measuring one to three inches across. However, these blossoms are eye-catching because they tend to bloom in clusters of five to seven flowers. These flowery clusters create large splashes of color against the green vines. Plant Campsis radicans if You Love Hummingbirds Due to the long trumpet-shaped blossoms, Campsis radicans attract hummingbirds' attention. Gardeners who create hummingbird gardeners enjoy planting this flowery vine on an arbor or trellis. This inclusion in the garden allows them to contribute to hummingbird health by providing natural nectar instead of constantly refilling feeders. Why do gardeners care so much about these tiny birds? Here's the answer. Hummingbirds are essential plant pollinators because their long beaks can pollinate slender flowers that other birds cannot. Order Your Trumpet Vines From TN Nursery If you want to cover a tall fence or an eyesore with vines or attract busy little hummingbirds, give trumpet vines a try. Order from TN Nursery today.
Virginia Creeper Virginia Creeper - Parthenocissus quinquefolia - is a small plant that people mostly acknowledge for its colorful foliage and berries. It is a deciduous and woody vine that climbs up on other things and trails on the ground with the help of tendrils that have adhesive disks on the tips that attach to the bark or rock. It is commonly known as Victoria Creeper, Woodbine, Five-leaved Ivy, Five Finger, or Parthenocissus quinquefolia. It is also native to eastern and central North America. You may find them in open areas such as rocky bluffs, fence rows, banks of streams, ravines, rich woods, thickets, and hillsides. You may also find them growing up on trees or telephone poles. It is a vigorous, fast-growing plant that may reach around 30 to 50 feet tall and five to ten feet wide. Its leaves have five leaflets, usually in soft green color, which later turns into bronze in spring, dull green in summer, and purple or crimson-red in autumn as the leaves mature. It is known for its stunning transformation of color in autumn. It possesses clusters of tiny, greenish-white blooms that develop in the upper leaf axils in late spring and mature into small, firm, dark blue to blackberries in late summer or early autumn. Virginia Creeper performs best in well-drained soil This plant may withstand a wide variety of environmental conditions. It has a better chance of producing its most pleasing greenery if you grow it in full sun, but it also does fine in partial shade. It performs best in well-drained soil. It will thrive in various soil types, including clay, sand, and loam. It is drought tolerant and may withstand a wide range of acidity and alkalinity in the soil. It is a low-maintenance plant that requires annual trimming to help retain it at a moderate size. It is crucial to growing the plant in an area that allows expansion and growth. There are various ways to use this plant in your landscape designs. You may use it as a climber for brick or stone walls of buildings, large trellises, arbors, fences, or through large trees. You may use it as a ground cover to cover rock piles, stumps, or erosion control on slopes. This perennial plant becomes an essential source of food for birds and bees, squirrels, skunks, and other small creatures that consume them. It is possible to confuse Virginia Creeper with Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron radicans) because of their similar habitats, climbing habits, and colors. However, it is simple to distinguish between them. Virginia creeper contains five leaflets, but poison ivy always has three leaflets. You may often find these two plants growing together in the same place. Virginia Creeper is an ornamental plant because of its capacity to cover walls and buildings quickly. Virginia Creeper is For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping
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
Periwinkle (Vinca minor) Periwinkle (Vinca minor) is a small evergreen perennial plant that belongs to the Apocynaceae family. It is native to Europe but is commonly found in North America, Asia, and Australia.Periwinkle is a low-growing plant that typically reaches a height of 4-6 inches (10-15 cm) and spreads up to 18 inches (45 cm). Its leaves are glossy and dark green, with a leathery texture and a slightly pointed tip. Depending on the variety, the flowers are small, star-shaped, blue, purple, or white.Periwinkle is commonly used as a groundcover plant because it spreads quickly and forms dense mats. It is also used as an accent plant in rock gardens, borders, and containers. In addition, periwinkle has medicinal properties and is used for soil erosion and environmental plantings. Periwinkle, or Vinca minor, is an evergreen perennial vine with sprawling, dark green leaves. The horticulture team at TN Nursery recommends this plant for use as a groundcover plant. Periwinkle is a perennial flowering plant native to Europe and Asia. It arrived in North America in the 1700s as a decorative plant and gained popularity for its eye-catching good looks and hardiness. Periwinkle features blue-violet to purple flowers, measuring one to two inches wide. The contrast of the graceful, five-petaled purple flowers blossoming against the glossy verdant foliage creates a striking display. The vines produce their dainty purple and blue flowers in the middle of spring and intermittently throughout the year in most growing zones. Vinca minor foliage is evergreen, so you have lovely year-round color anyplace you grow it. Periwinkle Is Excellent Ground Cover When growing periwinkle as a groundcover plant, the perennial vines fan out as much as eighteen inches to three feet, creating a dense mat of vines and flowers. Over time they rob weeds of their nutrition and eliminate the need to perform the mundane task of weeding. Additionally, Vinca minor can help avoid soil erosion. Besides creeping low across the ground, gardeners can train this vine to climb a short trellis or a rustic rock wall or fence for an instantly charming look. They will grow to one- to three-foot heights, adding color, texture, and visual interest to these structures without overpowering them. If growing periwinkle as a climber, you will need to "assist" it in the early stages. After it grabs hold of the structure, it will perform its job with little effort on your part. Vinca Minor for the Shade Garden Finding the best plants for a shade garden can challenge almost every gardener. But periwinkle does not mind the shade and takes delight in partially shady spots. Periwinkle (Vinca Minor)is available online at TN Nursery Periwinkle grows across most of the forty-eight contiguous American states. Vinca minor is disease-resistant, pest-resistant, and drought-tolerant. This versatile groundcover or climber plant will thrive with little assistance from you, aside from training it to climb (if so desired). This plant is well worth the purchase! Are you ready to order periwinkle? TN Nursery looks forward to fulfilling your order.
Vinca minor Periwinkle (Vinca minor) is a trailing evergreen groundcover plant native to Europe and western Asia. It is also commonly known as common periwinkle, dwarf periwinkle, and lesser periwinkle. Periwinkle typically grows up to 6 inches tall and can spread several feet wide. The leaves are dark green, glossy, and oval-shaped. The flowers are usually blue or purple but can also be white or pink, and they bloom in the spring and early summer.Periwinkle is often used as a ground cover in gardens and landscapes because it is low maintenance and can tolerate various growing conditions. This evergreen vine grows best in full sun to partial shade and in various soil types, from sand to clay. However, it can become invasive in some areas, so monitoring its growth and preventing it from spreading beyond desired boundaries is essential. Vinca minor, also known as common periwinkle, is a low-growing evergreen groundcover plant that is native to Europe but has been widely naturalized in North America. It is characterized by its glossy dark green leaves and its blue or purple star-shaped flowers, which bloom in spring and summer. Vinca minor is often used in landscaping as a ground cover in shady or partially shaded areas, where it can form a dense mat that helps suppress weeds. It is also used in erosion control, as it has a robust root system that can help stabilize the soil. While vinca minor is generally considered a low-maintenance plant, it can spread aggressively and become invasive in some areas. It is important to research local regulations and guidelines before planting vinca minor and to take steps to control its growth if necessary. Vinca minor is an evergreen vine that will give your garden an elegant touch of lively, rich violet or purple set against spectacular large, green leaves.TN Nursery suggests Vinca minor for use primarily as a ground cover plant; however, you may also train it to climb a trellis gracefully with relative ease. Vinca minor is an Asian native species. Europeans adopted the plant for its graceful charm and beauty and brought it to the New World in Colonial Era. The plant is evergreen in moderate temperatures, providing you with lush green foliage even when so many other species enter winter dormancy–a welcome sight in the winter garden. It loves partial and complete shade but will tolerate some sunshine. Vinca minors classic charm Vinca minor is a flowering plant with a low, sprawling habit. It typically grows between three and six inches tall and about eighteen inches to three feet wide. Its stems root at their joints, so it spreads quickly. It covers an empty spot in your garden with relative speed. The delicate flowers blossom mid to late spring and reappear randomly throughout the year. The common name is periwinkle, which refers to the blue-violet to purple blossoms. The petals are small, flat, elliptic, and bear on a slender stalk. Vinca minor has a rustic charm that makes you think of a home in the countryside, with lazy vine plants rambling through the garden. That whimsical impression makes this plant a favorite among many gardeners. Two Other Important Reasons to Try Vinca minor Although many plant Vinca minor for cosmetic reasons, here are a couple more reasons to plant it. Vinca minor discourages weeds as it takes root in your garden. It outcompetes the weeds for nutrition and will eventually choke them out. This growth means you will spend less time pulling weeds from your flower beds, tending to more enjoyable gardening tasks instead. Also, Vinca minor is drought-tolerant. If you live in an area experiencing frequent watering restrictions but receive relatively decent rainfall, Vinca minor will be an excellent choice. Vinca minor is available online at TN Nursery today Vinca minor puts on a colorful show for you; it is drought-resistant, it covers vast areas as a ground cover. Order from TN Nursery today to see how gorgeous this plant is.
Wintercreeper Euonymus fortunei Wintercreeper (Euonymus fortunei) is a plant species that belongs to the Celastraceae family. It is a woody vine or a trailing shrub that is native to East Asia but is commonly found in many parts of the world, including North America, Europe, and Australia.Wintercreeper is a hardy plant that can tolerate various growing conditions and be used for various landscaping purposes. The plant has glossy, dark green leaves that are evergreen in mild climates but may turn reddish-purple in cold weather. The plant produces small, inconspicuous flowers in the summer and red or orange berries in the fall.Wintercreepers can grow as a groundcover, climbing vine, or shrub, depending on the variety. It is known for its ability to climb walls and trees using adhesive rootlets, which can sometimes damage surfaces or host plants. As a result, it is sometimes considered an invasive species in certain regions. Wintercreeper: Euonymus fortunei, which you most likely know as wintercreeper, is a small woody-stemmed shrub that forms a dense ground cover. It can grow almost seventy feet long and cover vast bare expanses in full sun to partially sunny locations. It can also tolerate some shade but may grow a little more slowly. TN Nursery specialists recommend this plant for customers who fill large areas quickly to prevent soil erosion due to wind or rapid water runoff. This plant takes root and multiplies, helping to protect the soil from these impacts. The evergreen wintercreeper is an attractive, ornamental perennial plant. It tolerates a wide range of soil types and is tolerant of drought and even saltwater. Euonymus fortunei is native to Asia and eastern Europe but grows well across the more moderate growing zones in the United States. Wintercreeper Is a Fast-growing Ground Cover Species Aerial roots grow from nodes on the stems. These roots take hold in the soil or planting medium and form a robust and expansive system, sprouting new plants. It expands its footprint with little to no care from the gardener. It does not need fertilizer and can be fed once annually, usually in the fall. Besides that, the only maintenance necessary is spring trimming to remove any frost damage and occasional pruning once you achieve the desired coverage. Euonymus fortunei will also eliminate the need to spend your precious time pulling weeds. As it multiplies, it steals the nutrients and water from those unsightly weeds for itself. As a result, the weeds will die once winter creeper takes hold in your garden. Besides working as a fast-spreading ground cover species, you can train wintercreeper to climb a trellis, an unsightly old barn or building, or even a large shade tree. It adds a touch of rustic charm as a climbing vine. The Lovely Appearance of Euonymus fortunei Leaves oppose each other and reach three to two inches in length. They are a true green to dark green and have serrated, slightly toothy edges. Its delicate flowers are gold to light green and appear in early summer. Those early summer blooms give way are pinkish-red fruits that look like tiny capsules. Your flock of feathered friends will appreciate this bounty. Wintercreeper is available at TN Nursery today. If you need a ground cover that will fill a vast, barren area quickly, order wintercreeper from TN Nursery today--it's the right plant for fast results.
Ground Covers - 25 Plants$42.99
Ground Cover Grab Bag Ground Cover Grab Bag: TN Nursery is proud to offer a ground cover grab bag that will give each customer the chance to have a horticulturist assess which plants will best suit your needs, according to your growing USDA zone. Our specialists will hand-curate your order and delight you with an array of 25 plants that will be easy to plant and maintain. We specialize in hardy, healthy species that are generally agreeable and thrive in many conditions. Benefits of a Ground Cover Grab Bag Planting ground cover plants can ensure you have a low-maintenance garden. It also provides several earth-friendly advantages. Consider these: The ground cover helps minimize soil erosion, especially in parts of the yard where you cannot get anything to grow. When you find the right ground cover plant, you help lessen the impact of soil erosion stemming from wind and rapid water runoff. Ground cover plants help to provide foliage that ground birds need for nesting and hatching their young. Your ground cover grab bag will help them hide from predatory species. Planting thick, dense groundcover plants helps to eliminate weeds without the need for manual weeding or chemical sprays that can harm healthy plant cells. Ground Cover Grab Bag information The ground cover grab bag can include a variety of species. Our horticultural specialist will review your growing zone and needs to create a perfectly customized package. Some items might include: Ornamental grasses (Sedgegrass, Carex pensylvanica) Moss (Cushion moss, peat moss, fan clubmoss) Woody vines (Virginia creeper, English ivy) Perennial flowers (Creeping phlox, evening primrose, ragwort, bugleweed) TN Nursery has hundreds of vigorous plant species from which we will choose the best ground cover plants--just for YOU. Ground Cover Grab Bag (25 Plants) is available at TN Nursery Today If you are ready to be delighted and surprised, order your groundcover grab bag today--we are eager to select your plants with love and care.
Ground Covers - 10 For $19.98$19.98
Ground Cover Grab Bag Ground Cover Grab Bag (10 Plants): TN Nursery proudly offers you the chance to purchase a ground cover grab bag that contains ten healthy plants. This option allows each customer to have a horticulture specialist determine which ground cover plants will perform best in your USDA growing zone. Our horticulturists assess your zone and then hand-select your order. You will receive a surprise that includes a variety of 10 beautiful plants. TN Nursery specializes in growing species that are easy to care for and suitable for gardeners of every skill level. Benefits of a Ground Cover Grab Bag: Do you have vacant spots in your yard calling out for some color? Sure, those areas lack interest. Besides adding some curb appeal, adding ground cover plants also provides a few environmental benefits, like these: Prevent soil erosion: Bare spots tend to compact, causing fast water runoff and wind erosion. Ground cover can help you fill in those areas and maintain your soil. Create a healthy ecosystem: Small mammals, lizards, and ground birds will gravitate to your ground cover plants. There, they can escape the hot sunshine in the summer and hide their young from predators. Natural weed control: Most gardeners accept weeding as a necessary chore--but it need not be! Plant thick, dense, and fast-spreading groundcover plants. They will steal the nutrients from the weeds. Eventually, you will not need to weed manually or spray damaging chemicals. Ground Cover Grab Bag may include: The ground cover grab bag can include a variety of species--we grow hundreds of different plants at TN Nursery, and we know just the right thing for your needs. Here are a few of the delightful treats you might find in your ground cover grab bag: Ornamental grasses (Appalachian sedge, Prairie dropseed) Ferns (New York fern, Hay Scented Fern) Moss (Mood moss, peat moss, broom fork moss) Woody vines (European Ginger - Hexastylis arifolia, English ivy) Perennial flowers (Violets, creeping phlox, geranium, ragwort, iris) Your order will be custom-selected to suit the growing needs of your climate. Ground Cover Grab Bag (10 Plants) is available at TN Nursery today If you are ready to be delighted and surprised, order your ten-plant groundcover grab bag today--we are eager to select your plants with love and care.
Trellis Climbers -15 Plants$29.99
Trellis Climber Package Trellis Climber Package: TN Nursery makes it easy for you to try a satisfying variety of plants at an extreme value. Our trellis climber package provides you with fifteen plants appropriate to train against a fence, building, pergola, or any other dull spot where you need to add some color. TN Nursery Hand-selects Every Trellis Climber Package According to the Customer's Growing Region Our trellis climber package is hand-selected by one of the TN Nursery horticulture specialists only after consideration of your growing zone. We carry a robust selection of primarily native species that will thrive under optimal planting conditions. You might ask yourself what the best growing conditions are in your area or hesitate to purchase because you're unsure what will work. Don't worry--with the trellis climber package, you can leave that concern to us. When you place your order with TN Nursery, we will look at your USDA growing zone and consider which plants perform well in your particular climate. Trellis Climber Package may include Some of the plants we might consider are suitable for either training to climb or as border plants or ground cover. You will receive a wonderful collection to use as it pleases you. A few plants that might come in your package could be the following: English Ivy: A classic, dark green vine that works as a climber or ground cover. It is hardy and multiplies quickly, adding traditional greenery to many locations. Periwinkle (Vinca minor): The lush greenery and charming blue-violet flowers make this a welcome addition to liven up your trellis. You can also plant it as a hardy ground cover; it will form a dense mat that helps prevent soil erosion. Virginia Creeper: This drought-tolerant ivy is a coveted ornamental vine because of its quick growth and fast coverage. It grows well in most of the United States and from full sunshine to full shade. Trumpet Vines (Campsis radicans): This fast-spreading vine has a lovely tube-shaped flower that is a favorite of hummingbirds. This sun-loving vine also works well in a border garden's front or low section. These are only a few of the many vines that TN Nursery might select for you. Each order is custom-curated and thoughtfully explicitly packaged for YOU! Trellis Climber Package is available to order at TN Nursery Today If you want to sample a great variety of vines and climbing plants at an excellent price, order your trellis climber package from TN Nursery today.