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Pan and Plank Bird Feeder Kit - Guaranteed To Attract 5x's More Birds$69.99
Pan & Plank Bird Feeder Kit Includes: 1 Plank 36" In Length 1 Pan 1 Gallon of Bird Seed Mix (You Choose What Type of Birds You Want To Feed) 4 Screws (use 2 to attach the plank to your railing and 2 to attach pan to end of plank) Assembly is super easy... It's also advised to drill a few small holes in the bottom of the feeder pan so the pan will drain when it rains or snows. * We sell about 40 of these per day. All wood is derived from yellow pine tree logs right on our nursery farm and cut from our sawmill and are made to order. Shipping will be 3-6 days after we receive your order. ************************************************************************************* If you want birds unlike anything you've ever seen, forget bird feeders that are difficult for birds to feast from. At TN Nursery, we have a pan and plank combo you can place on the fence or rail of your porch and watch the birds flock to it. We have a video attached with the pan on our front deck, and we get to watch all types of birds flock to this simple pan and plank method that enables bird lovers to view them right off their deck or porch railing. Our Bird Feeder Is Well Made, Engineered By Hand, and Will Last For Many Years We guarantee you that you will be amazed and never before will you see so many red cardinals, wrens, finches, and other types of birds as you are about to experience them. Pan and Plank Feeder Was Invented By a Lynchburg Tennessee 86-Year-Old Man Living In The Heart Of Jack Daniels Area This idea came from an elderly 86-year-old retired law officer living in Lynchburg, TN. He is an avid bird watcher, and we visited his home and were amazed at the red birds flocking to his pan and plank feeder. The Resilience of The Feeder Pan Each pan is made from (weather-proof) galvanized steel with low sides, so homeowners can attach this to their decks or porch railings and see a bountiful supply of birds. The Plank Is Cut From Pine Tree Logs On Site The plank is made from yellow pine wood 1x4"x36". It is long enough to put on the railing so the birds will not spill seeds on your deck. Dennis saws each one of these planks by hand. It's not some plastic piece that will break off quickly; this is hand sawed from pine logs. SEE OUR VIDEO OF BIRDS FLOCKING TO THIS FEEDER KIT https://youtu.be/78XVXqeS8NQ
Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia virginica) Virginia Bluebell perennials are shade-thriving native woody flowering plants found in moist, rich soils throughout the eastern part of the United States. They adorn flower gardens by adding a splash of purple, pink, and lavender color with clusters of blue-purple bell-shaped blooms. Not only do they bring beauty, but they are also easy to care for and will return each spring with beautiful blooms. Bring the beauty and pleasure of Virginia Bluebells to your outdoor living space. Imagine the delight of watching these colorful blooms appear each spring surrounded by lush green foliage. Bring new life to your garden with Virginia Bluebell perennials! Make your garden stand out from the rest! Get your Virginia Bluebell perennials today! Virginia bluebells are hardy, early spring bloomers that are a site for winter-weary eyes in the earliest days of spring. The native perennial wildflowers stem emerges from the ground on the first warm days, often when a light coating of snow still dusts the earth. Because they are early spring risers, TN Nursery suggests Virginia bluebells to any gardener looking for color earlier in the growing season. Virginia bluebells are cold-hardy and heat-tolerant. They flourish in full shade and partially shady locations in almost every growing zone in the contiguous United States--even in hotter climates. Where to Grow Mertensia virginica Virginia bluebells ask for very little from the gardener. Besides a semi-shaded spot with soil that drains well, it benefits from fertilizing twice yearly and watering during extended dry spells. It's as easy for beginning gardeners to succeed with this lovely flower as seasoned pros. Grow Virginia bluebells in these garden settings: Native species garden Cutting garden Shade garden Butterfly, hummingbird, or pollinator garden Border plantings Mass plantings Fairy Garden Along the shady banks of a creek or pond The Country Charm of Virginia Bluebells Great things, the adage says, come in small packages--and that's the case with Virginia bluebells. The plant is relatively small, usually staying around two feet high and wide. But despite the shorter size, the color impact is enormous in bloom. The smooth green stem is firm and grows straight upward. The leaves are a silvery shade of green, oval and smooth in shape, and have pronounced veins. Leaves can reach eight inches, providing fantastic foliage until it goes back into dormancy in the later half of summer. The bell-shaped flowers are profuse and showy. They stay under an inch long. Each bloom has five light blue petals that drape down from the stem, appearing to nod with the breeze. Virginia bluebells bloom from mid-spring to early summer. Order Your Virginia Bluebells From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery customers love Virginia bluebells for their early-season greenery and lovely blue flowers that are among the first perennials to bloom in the spring. Order today.
Cardinal Flower (Lobelia cardinalis) The red cardinal flower, Lobelia cardinalis, is a herbaceous perennial plant native to North America. It is a popular garden plant due to its stunning display of bright red, tubular flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The flowers bloom on tall spikes in late summer and fall and are accompanied by lance-shaped leaves that grow up to 8 inches long.The plant contains toxic alkaloids and should not be consumed without proper preparation and guidance from a trained practitioner. The red cardinal flower, Lobelia cardinalis, is a herbaceous perennial plant native to North America. It is a popular garden plant due to its stunning display of bright red, tubular flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The flowers bloom on tall spikes in late summer and fall and are accompanied by lance-shaped leaves that grow up to 8 inches long.In addition to being a beautiful ornamental plant, indigenous communities have also used the red cardinal flower in traditional medicine for various purposes, such as treating respiratory issues, inflammation, and fever. The plant contains toxic alkaloids and should not be consumed without proper preparation and guidance from a trained practitioner. Cardinal Flower: Lobelia cardinalis, or the cardinal flower, is a hardy, perennial native herbaceous flower that will catch the eye with its scarlet blossoms. This plant originated in the lower midwest and mid-south regions, where it enjoyed the hot summer days and high relative humidity. However, it is also an adaptable species and can grow in almost every USDA growing zone in the United States. Besides the cardinal flower, here are a few other common names for Lobelia cardinalis: water gladiola, scarlet flower, Indian pink, crimson bellflower, and cardinal bellflower. Where to Plant the Cardinal Flower This plant needs partial or full sun to produce the stunning cardinal red flowers that earned it its common name. It is also more agreeable to soil with lots of moisture--it does not like to dry out. So if you have a pond, water garden, or rain garden, this perennial is ideal. Otherwise, a layer of hardwood mulch will help it retain the high water level this beautiful plant craves. Cardinal Flower Is an Impressive Full-Sun Species The cardinal flower can reach a mature height of up to six feet tall. However, they generally stay between three and four feet. Alternating, dark green leaves are oval-shaped with serrated edges and a narrow tip. Each leaf can measure four inches long. The central, singular stem is light green, deciduous, and sturdy. The cardinal flowers put on their colorful show from late summer until early fall. The flowers form in a spike shape on the stem; each is tube-shaped, two-lipped, and about an inch and a half long. Although most cardinal flowers are the signature scarlet red, some may present as bright pink. Order Your Cardinal Flowers From TN Nursery Today If you need a flower that loves the hot summer sun and humid conditions, TN Nursery recommends the cardinal flower. This lovely plant is beautiful and well-suited to those growing conditions--order yours today.
White Trillium - A Spring Blooming Perennial White Trillium Grandiflorium is a vibrant, long-lasting perennial plant is perfect for adding color to any outdoor space. White Trillium Grandiflorium blooms in early spring and grows beautiful white flowers with green foliage. It's easy to care for and is drought tolerant, making it an excellent pick for low-maintenance gardening. Bring your garden to life with White Trillium Grandiflorium! This stunning perennial will make your outdoor space look stunning in the spring, and its low-maintenance care will save you time and stress when maintaining your garden. Start creating a more beautiful garden today — get your own White Trillium Grandiflorium Perennial Plant now! White Trillium: TN Nursery customers who need a partial shade plant that will grow into the coldest regions of the United States often fall in love with Trillium grandiflorum, or the great white trillium. Great white trillium is a tall native species with an impressive white flower, drought-tolerant and cold-tolerant. It reliably emerges in the spring every year, even in unhospitable climates that are too brutally cold for other species. However, the adaptable plant also thrives in hotter climates. Early explorers and settlers noted many trillium species, including the grandiflorum, from the cold of New England to the southeast. It's an excellent selection for semi-shade in almost every USDA growing zone. The Just-Right Size height of two to three feet. It makes a beautiful plant for the middle row of a border garden, adding early spring blossoms. The rich green leaves are oval with an elongated spear tip. They grow as long as six inches and form on the plant in attractive whorls. This foliage provides a shady retreat for small mammals, birds, and insects. The bright white flowers have three petals, hence their name. The petals overlap at their bases and can grow as big as four inches each, creating a noticeably large and showy flower in the middle of spring. The flowers bear small red or burgundy berries to nourish small animals in your garden’s ecosystem but are unfit for human consumption. White Trillium in Your Landscape As a forest native, great white trillium would ideally love a partially shaded spot in your garden. You should amend the soil with woody materials about twice a year. Think hardwood mulch, peat moss, shredded leaves, or compost. At the end of the season, those in colder USDA zones should provide a cozy layer of rich organic matter. If you create those conditions, great white trillium will not demand much more. Use it as a border specimen in your shade garden or any spot too shady for grass. Some TN Nursery customers use trillium to fill in steep, shaded banks to avoid the need for lawn care in those tricky spots. Order You're White Trillium From TN Nursery Today white trillium is one of nature's perfect plants, adaptable to any shady or partially shady location. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Painted Trillium Is a Native Shade Perennial Painted trillium (Trillium undulatum) is a true showstopper of the Appalachian Mountains. Not only is this native wildflower colorful and vibrant, but it is also a symbol of longevity and strength. Its unique three-petal design can last up to 10 years in the same spot, making it an ideal addition to any garden or landscape. Bring the beauty of the most loved perennial to your home and garden with painted trillium! This unique flower will add color, texture, and charm to your landscape. Plus, each flower will last for years without replanting; that's practically no maintenance! Start enjoying the beauty of painted trillium in your home or garden today! With its vibrant colors and year-round allure, this native wildflower is sure. Painted Trillium: A native woodland species from across Appalachia, painted trillium takes its name from the three-petaled flowers it bears. TN Nursery offers several trillium plants. But the painted trillium (Trillium undulatum) is, without a doubt, a customer favorite. As a woodland native perennial, painted trillium prefers a place of honor in a shaded or partially-shaded area of your yard. Painted Trillium bold Appearance Painted trillium grows in small clumps. The leaves and flowers emerge from an eight- to eighteen-inch rich green stem with a slight curve. The blue-green leaves form broad ovals that measure as much as five inches long. The flowers, however, are the crowning glory. Each flower displays three triangular petals in white with a tinge of cream, pink, or lavender around wavy and ruffled edges. Here's why the word "painted" is in the flower's name--each petal has markings in magenta to bright red near the center of the flower. They appear as though someone brushed each marking in a v-shaped pattern by hand. These lovely flowers have a sweet floral fragrance that does not overpower the senses. Painted Trillium Is Easy to Grow Painted trillium will be easy to care for if you pick a shady location and amend the soil. In its native settings, it likes lots of woody, organic matter; you can give it peat moss, mulch, or homemade compost in the spring and fall to adapt it as a backyard plant. It likes moisture, but it does not prefer wet feet. It can withstand the hottest summer days, but you'll need to water it if you notice it drooping in the heat. Other than adding organic material a couple of times yearly and watering it during the heat, you will find Trillium undulatum an unfussy addition to your shade garden or border garden. Painted trillium undulatum is available online at TN Nursery Trillium undulatum is a lovely plant with a pleasing height and bi-color flowers. Order from TN Nursery today to see for yourself.
Red trillium, a wildflower native to North America! Red trillium, or Trillium erectum, is an exotic wildflower that adds a touch of color to any outdoor space. Its bright red petals and vibrant green leaves stand out in any landscape. Not only is it unique and eye-catching, but it's also effortless to grow! Make your outdoor space even more beautiful with the addition of red trillium. With its stunning appearance, low-maintenance care requirements, and long-lasting blooms, you'll be able to enjoy the beauty of nature without much effort. Take your landscaping and garden scheme to the next level with red trillium today! Plant it in your garden quickly and easily to add color and charm. Red Trillium: A North American perennial wildflower species growing naturally in the Appalachian regions of the United States, the red trillium is a beautiful plant for a shady or semi-shade location. TN Nursery suggests this plant for a shade garden, rock garden, or on the border of a flower bed--it is a pleasing plant anywhere you use it. This lovely shade plant is a hardy species and requires little to no care from a gardener. All it needs is placement in the shade or semi-shade and fast-draining soil amended with woody materials. It tolerates short periods of drought and resists pests and diseases. Red Trillium Has Many Other Names If you think you might have seen this plant before, but the name doesn't ring true, you might know it by another common name. Some people label the red trillium as follows: Purple Trillium Purple Wakerobin Red Wakerobin Stinking Benjamin Stinking Willie Wake-robin Wake Robin Trillium Wet Dog Wakerobin Whatever you want to call it, this flower is lovely in a shade garden. The Lovely Appearance of Red Trillium Red trillium grows from a vigorous root system, forming a sturdy, seven- to twelve-inch high green-brown stem. Its true green, unbranched, ovate leaves measure about six inches long. They grow in whorls from the central stem and sometimes gently curve inward. They grow in attractive clusters and become dense over time--some people even use this plant as a ground cover. The plant gets its name from the flower with three petals and forms just above the leaves. The flower petals are red, maroon, or purple and arrive mid spring. They continue blossoming through early summer. The flowers bear tiny berries that humans cannot digest. Instead, leave them for your garden visitors--birds seem to enjoy them! Order Your Red Trillium From TN Nursery Today Red trillium is a low-maintenance plant that requires nothing but a nice shaded spot with excellent organic matter to flourish. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Yellow Trillium luteum Trillium luteum, also known as yellow trillium, is an herbaceous perennial wildflower that is native to the woods of North America. It's a unique and eye-catching flower with beautiful deep yellow petals that stands out in any garden. Add a touch of vivid beauty to your garden with the gorgeous yellow trillium! You'll impress your friends and neighbors with this rare and stunning flower when it blooms each season. Bring some color and life to your garden today with Trillium luteum Yellow Trillium! Get your plant now and start enjoying its beauty for years to come. The lovely Trillium luteum, also called yellow trillium or yellow toadshade, is a native species to the United States. Originating in the southeastern Appalachian region, they bloom in the middle of spring, bringing vibrant yellow when many summer-blooming flowers are awakening for the season. These perennial plants originally came from the wooded forests of the mountains. They love full shade and will tolerate partial shade. They also require soil that drains well and organic woody materials as a planting medium. Yellow trillium is a hardy plant. It's disease-resistant, pest-resistant, and drought-resistant. Usually, average rainfall totals provide enough moisture; however, you may need to assist with watering during a dry spell. TN Nursery customers often order yellow trillium plants to brighten up a rock garden or natural area or as a border planting in a shade garden. It is certainly versatile enough to use almost anywhere shaded. The Cheerful Yellow Trillium Blooms at the Perfect Time Every Spring Yellow trillium will wake up for the winter in the earliest days of spring, begin to unfurl its stems and leaves for the season, and blossom in mid-spring. The timing is ideal--it often appears after the early flowering bulbs end, but the summer perennials have not yet awakened. The yellow trillium stem grows from a robust root system. The deep-green single stem grows to about seven inches. Whorls of broad oval leaves emerge in a pleasant silvery green color from the stem. The mottled leaves have gold shading that adds charm and visual interest. The trillium name comes from the gorgeous flower, which opens to display three slender and elegant petals in a beautiful lemon to a bright yellow hue. The flowers bear cute little berries. Although the fruit is inedible to humans, your backyard critters--small animals and birds--will enjoy the feast. Order Your Yellow Trillium (Trillium luteum) From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery digs each plant only after you place an order. You will receive the freshest bare-root plants around. Order your yellow trillium today.
Siberian iris perennial The Siberian iris is a native flowering perennial favorite that is hardy and has a bloom that will add life to your garden. Featuring sword-like foliage and vibrant purple-blue petals, this eye-catching flower is sure to brighten up any outdoor space. It's easy to care for and requires minimal maintenance — perfect for busy gardeners who want to enjoy beautiful blooms without spending too much time maintaining them. Bring your outdoor area alive with the gorgeous Siberian iris perennial flower! Enjoy its showy petals and vibrant foliage with minimal upkeep — it's the perfect solution for adding some life to your garden. Today, add a splash of color and life to your outdoor space with a Siberian iris perennial flower! The Siberia Iris is a beautiful, white iris that is a symbol of joy and innocence. Also called the Siberia flower, it is a common sight in gardens and the wild. It grows to 3' tall and can reach a single stem of flowers up to 1' in length. The flower has a sweet but subtle fragrance. Iris sibirica is one of the most important plants for ornamentals for shade and garden borders, especially for its spectacular show in the spring. The hardy plant does not need extensive culture; even the most frigid winters cannot kill it. The bulbs are easy to grow and often planted in the fall before the ground freezes or earlier in milder climates before winter sets in. Iris are not frost-hardy, but they will not be killed by frost itself, so they can be planted where other bulbs will be frozen as long as these soils are the Siberian iris is a beautiful deep purple perennial plant that is native to Europe and Asia. It has extended green leaves and a tall stem, which produces navy blue flowers. They can be ordered online at TN Nursery for a low price with fast shipping nationwide. The Siberian iris is a perennial plant with tall stems and green leaves that produces beautiful violet-blue flowers. The Siberian iris can be bought online at TN Nursery for a low price with the fastest shipping possible. This perennial plant has a beautiful white or blue flower that can be bought online for a low price with the best shipping anywhere in the US. Order now! Fantastic summer deal at TN Nursery! Iris sibirica is one of many flowers that can add color to your home. You can have a fresh bouquet year-round in your home or garden with just a few plants. Who doesn't want that? The best part about Iris sibirica is that it's not too hard to care for! They're tough, drought-tolerant, and don't need a lot of sunlight to grow! Join our newsletter to receive coupons, freebies, and more. Give your home or business the beauty and color it deserves with Iris sibirica from TN Nursery today! Login To TN Nursery Today and Buy Your Siberia Iris Plants Online at Low Grower Prices.
Dwarf Crested Iris$5.39
Iris Cristata Discover a rare and remarkable flower! The Dwarf Crested Iris is a rare species of iris that's both beautiful and unique. It has large, flat flowers that come in many different colors and are renowned for their elegance and beauty. The Dwarf Crested Iris is a highly sought-after flower due to its rarity and striking appearance. Make your garden stand out with this beautiful flower. The Dwarf Crested Iris will add color, texture, and character to any outdoor space. Its captivating form will draw the attention of passersby and provide you with a unique talking point. Plus, you'll be helping to protect this unique species by planting it in your garden! Bring the beauty of the Dwarf Crested Iris into your garden today! Iris cristata, a TN Nursery customer favorite, is a breathtaking, low-growing perennial. This mixed-shade plant can transform a drab spot in your yard into a place full of lush greenery. Iris cristata is a North American native species commonly found in the mountains and hills of the east coast--rocky outcroppings, woody slopes, and near streams or creeks. Despite its beauty, it's an unfussy plant that will grow in almost any filtered shady spot. Some gardeners would instead call Iris cristata by its common name: crested iris. Lady's calamus, or dwarf crested iris. Typical Uses for Iris cristata Iris cristata is drought-tolerant and deer-resistant. Its woodlands origins mean it has an affinity for loose soil, is rich in woody organic matter, and has good drainage. However, it's also not unusual to see it growing on rocks in the woods. It is an adaptable species. Routine care is minimal. You'll give it water during dry spells, twice annual fertilizing, and weed control. That is all you must do to make the crested iris happy. The plant spreads by a vigorous underground root system, so some people even use it as a ground cover plant. The main thing to remember is to find partial shade. Some typical uses for the crested iris include these: Shade garden Pollinator garden Water garden Rock garden Container garden Gardeners Prize the Iris cristata for the Rich Jewel Tones Iris cristata displays rich jewel tones--emerald green and purple amethyst. The dramatic, luxurious color combination makes it highly revered by TN Nursery customers. The long, lance-shaped emerald leaves reach six inches long and gently under their weight arch at the ends. The blossoms have six petals--three upper petals that point slightly up in the center and three jewel-toned lower petals with a pleasant droop. The flowers feature a white patch with a tiny yellow crest. Order Your Iris cristata From TN Nursery Today If you want a colorful flower to enliven a partially shaded part of your garden, please consider Iris cristata. Order your crested iris from TN Nursery today.
Bearded Iris (Iris x germanica) Bearded Iris: Iris x germanica, or the bearded iris, adds a generous splash of blue-violet or lavender color to a sunny summer garden. The bearded iris is a native of the Mediterranean region. However, it is well-suited to North America, and you can find it thriving across most of the temperate zones in the United States. Bearded Iris Is an Easy-Grow Species Like most members of its family, the bearded iris loves the morning sunshine and would prefer to have a little bit of late-afternoon shade. They need loosened soil that will drain well--they do not like standing water. They are tolerant of drought, but you'll need to water them during heat spells. Besides these minimal care needs, this showy flower is not as demanding as its appearance might imply. Have trouble with deer? Those pesky four-legged foragers will usually consume bearded iris as their last option. However, the lovely floral aroma seems to dissuade them. The Tall, Graceful Look of the Bearded Iris Most people identify the bearded iris quickly by its slightly drooping, ruffled petals, which appear similar to a beard. Emerging from the late spring to early summer, this plant is a stunning addition to your garden's border or as the focal point of any garden bed. The plant's dark green leaves are strap-like with a spear-shaped tip. They form a sheath around a central stem and stand around three feet tall. They might have a slight droop or downward curve as they grow heavier. The soft-edged flowers grow three inner petals that reach upward and three lower petals, which droop to form the famous beard shape. TN Nursery's bearded iris plants are the standard classics: blue, purple, or lavender. However, variations exist in other colors--yellow, cream, or white. Order Your Bearded Iris From TN Nursery Today The bearded iris is lovely in a garden border or a sunny rock garden. Anyplace you grow it, you will enjoy a luxurious show of color. Order yours today.
Orange Daylily (Hemerocallis fulva) Orange Daylily — the stunning perennial flower that adds vibrant colors to your garden! Orange Daylily (Hemerocallis fulva) is a hardy, low-maintenance flowering plant. This vibrant and eye-catching plant can be grown in flower beds, borders, or containers for display on balconies and patios. It is also deer and rabbit resistant, making it ideal for those living in areas with high wildlife populations. Bring bursts of orange beauty and color to your outdoor landscape with this easy-to-grow and care-for perennial flower. With its lush foliage and bright blooms, Orange Daylily will provide stunning visuals all season long. Order your Orange Daylily Hemerocallis fulva today to instantly add beauty and color to your garden! The fantastic, vivid orange, trumpet-shaped perennial flower thrives in practically every USDA growing zone in the 48 continental states; they have a lush floral fragrance. Finally, they are easy to take care of and a hardy species. The orange daylily plant is native to Eurasia but is widely used in North American gardens today. They are pest-resistant, heat-resistant, and drought-resistant. Select a partial- to full-sun spot, give it occasional water, fertilize it twice annually, keep the soil de-compacted, and enjoy the lively color. Where to Plant Your Orange Daylily The orange day lily loves a partial sun location but tolerates the full sun. It needs about an inch of water weekly but dreads wet feet and demands well-draining soil. Here are a few ideas of how TN Nursery customers use our beautiful orange daylilies in their gardens: In the back row of a sunny garden border: The plant reaches as much as high, so it works well in the back row of a border. To fill in a bright natural area: Have a place where intense sunshine causes other plants to wither? Try the orange daylily--it can tolerate full sun. As a focal point: Some gardeners plant a large cluster of orange daylilies to create a spectacular, unapologetically orange focal point. To attract pollinators: Butterflies, hummingbirds, and birds love the orange daylily's bright color and trumpet shape. These pollinator species will help you maintain plant health. Near a water garden: Do you have a partially sunny spot near a water garden? Pick a high, fast-draining bank and pop in orange daylilies for a burst of refreshing color. The Tall and Elegant Height of the Orange Daylily Will Impress You The orange daylily has tall, upright, grassy-looking leaves in an attractive shade of dark green. As the leaves mature, they begin folding into a lovely arching shape. The flowers are vivid, with six triangular petals with smooth edges. These blooms can become six inches across, perfect for soaring height. Due to the tall size, you might need to stake the plants to avoid breakage. Order Your Orange Daylily Plants From TN Nursery Today If you want bold orange color in the garden but need an easy-care plant, TN Nursery confidently recommends the orange daylily. Order today!
Stella De Oro Daylily$5.69
Stella De Oro Daylily Stella De Oro Daylily: TN Nursery customers are crazy over Stella De Oro Daylily--and with excellent reason. The joyful-looking, golden yellow, trumpet-shaped perennial flower thrives in almost every USDA growing zone in the 48 contiguous states; they have an attractive floral fragrance; they are hardy and easy to care for. Daylilies are native to Eurasia but are widely used and flourishing in North America. They resist heat, drought, and pests. All you need to do is plant, give it a little water, fertilize about twice a year, keep the soil from compacting, and enjoy the cheerful color. Where to Plant the Stella De Oro Daylily Stella De Oro loves a full sun location, but it will also tolerate partial shade. It needs about an inch of water each week, but it does not prefer wet feet and needs the soil to drain well. Here are a few ideas of how TN Nursery customers use Stella De Oro daylilies in their gardens: In a sunny garden border: The plant generally reaches about a foot high, so it works well in the middle of a border. To fill in a bright natural area: Have a spot in the yard so full of sunshine that other plants wither? Try Stella De Oro, a sunbather who will love that location. As a focal point: Some gardeners plant a large cluster of Stella De Oro to create a sunshine-yellow focal point. To attract pollinators: Butterflies and birds--especially hummingbirds--love the bright color and trumpet shape of Stella De Oro. These garden helpers will help you maintain plant health. In large, welcoming pots or containers: Some gardeners flank their entryways with impressive displays of Stella De Oro, adding curb appeal to their homes--not to mention the lovely sweet fragrance your visitors will notice. This application also works well in urban garden settings. The Golden Yellow Joyous Look of Stella De Oro Daylily Plants Stella De Oro has tall, upright, grassy-looking leaves in an attractive shade of hunter green. As the leaves get tall, they fold into a lovely arching shape. The flowers are vivid yellow with a delicate ruffled edge. These blooms are almost three inches across and contrast beautifully against the foliage. Order Your Stella De Oro Daylily Plants From TN Nursery Today If you want to make a powerful color statement but also enjoy an easy-going plant that doesn't demand much care, TN Nursery recommends Stella De Oro. Please order yours today.
Brighten your garden with Red Daylily Hemerocallis fulva - the perfect perennial flower! Red Daylily Hemerocallis fulva, the stunning perennial that's easy to care for, blooms reliably throughout the summer and makes a bold statement in any garden. Enjoy its brilliant display of red blossoms that attract hummingbirds and butterflies.\Make your home or garden come alive with the vibrant and cheerful flowers of Red Daylily Hemerocallis fulva - an easy and stunning way to add long-lasting beauty for years.Bring an effortless touch of timeless beauty to your home or garden - order your Red Daylily Hemerocallis fulva today! Red Baja Daylily is a TN Nursery customer favorite for its tall, elegant foliage and eye-popping red and yellow flowers. The vivid color is a focal point in any garden border or flower bed. Red Baja Daylily is an Asian native species; however, it flourishes in most USDA planting zones in the United States. Rest assured, this perennial is well-suited to our climate and will blossom in the middle of summer. It is a disease-, pest-, rabbit-, and drought-resistant plant. It is easy to grow. It likes to bask in the sunshine and prefers moist but not wet soil. You will need to water it every couple of days, keep weeds out of the flower bed, and fertilize in the spring and fall--that's it! Other common names of the Red Baja Daylily include the following: Day Lily Baja Daylily Baja Hemerocallis Baja Baja Daylily The Eye-Catching Beauty of the Red Baja Day Lily The Red Baja Daylily can reach a mature height of almost thirty inches, a beauty for a garden border! The stem and leaves are bright, emerald green and may have yellow around the edges. They are lance-shaped, broad at the base, narrow at the tip, and slightly droop as they enlarge. The flowers are spicy, fiery red. Each bloom is showy and has six petals. Blossoms can be as large as six inches. The flower's throat is yellow or yellow-green, making a lovely contrast of hues. Daylily flowers bloom only for one day, hence the name. However, a new blossom re-emerges quickly, so the colorful show continues for several weeks. Where to Plant Red Daylily Red Baja Daylily is perfect in any sunny part of your garden. If you want bright colors, this flower will be ideal. TN Nursery suggests planting them in these locations: In a large, deep container Rock garden Flower beds Butterfly Garden Pollinator garden Cutting garden Cottage garden Order Red Daylilies From TN Nursery TN Nursery will dig your Red Baja Daylilies fresh, just for you--place your order today.
Behold the beauty of the Iris domestica Blackberry lily or leopard lily! Plant the blackberry Lily perennial to Introduce a unique and unusual look to your garden with the bold hues of this exotic flower. This fast-blooming perennial provides bright, captivating colors for weeks in beds, borders, and pots. With its deep, dark purple blooms and contrasting pale yellow throats, its blooms create a dramatic statement from early summer through to mid-autumn. Make your outdoor space come alive with the vibrant colors of the Iris domestica Blackberry lily or leopard lily. Brighten any garden bed, border, or pot with its illustrious blooms that will surely get noticed! Start adding some flair to your outdoor space today and order your own Iris domestica Blackberry lily Blackberry lily plants will set your garden apart with gorgeous, easy low maintenance plants from TN Nursery! The elegant lilies in our collection feature bold, showy blooms that last for days. When you shop with TN Nursery, you choose from our large, diverse selection of blackberry lilies to find the perfect plants for your garden. We offer large quantities of blackberry lily plants of bare-root and blooming age to suit any need. Pick your perfect plant today and set your garden apart from the rest! TN Nursery strives to provide the best for customers nationwide. What's your favorite lily? Iris Domestica is a hardy flower in many colors, such as blackberry, red, and blue. These living splendors are perfect for your garden, bringing you beauty from April through July. Stop missing out on the best! Whether you're looking for a blackberry lily, leopard flower, or any other type of iris, TN Nursery has the highest quality plants and affordable prices. For affordable pricing and fast shipping nationwide, visit TN Nursery today! TN Nursery is a wholesale supplier of blackberry lilies and other Iridaceae plants. We offer selected varieties for their size, shape, and flowering patterns.TN Nursery has been in business since 1956. We ship all year round and offer low grower prices to ensure you don't have to overpay for your plants. Interested in Iris Domestica? Contact us today! TN Nursery offers blackberry lilies at the best prices on the market. To get your order started today, shop online from the comforts of your home and buy all your plants at the #1 rated mail-order nursery. TN Nursery is located in the heart of the nursery capital of the world, 28 miles from Mcminnville, TN! The time is now! Contact TN Nursery today, and we can deliver a package to your front door in no time!
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.