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Butterfly Milkweed Plant$6.99
Butterfly Weed (Asclepias tuberosa) Grow a beautiful and unique flower that helps save monarch butterflies! Bring life to your garden with Asclepias tuberosa butterfly milkweed! This gorgeous North American wildflower can attract beautiful butterflies to your yard and help support the monarch population. It has unique orange flowers that bloom all summer and are drought-tolerant! Add a burst of gorgeous orange color to your landscaping with Asclepias tuberosa butterfly milkweed! Enjoy watching the bright orange blooms and help save the endangered monarch butterflies simultaneously. Plus, it requires minimal care once established. Please help make a difference in our world and get your Asclepias tuberosa butterfly milkweed today. Start your very own butterfly-friendly garden right now! Butterfly Weed Plant: If you long for a butterfly garden that will attract numerous visitors, the butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa) is an essential staple. Its showy bright orange perennial flowers attract many kinds of butterflies to feed on the flower's nectar. Besides butterflies, this stately flower will also attract bees, hummingbirds, and other pollinators to dine on its nectar. You are not alone in your dream of a butterfly garden--we have the proof; butterfly weed is the number one best-seller we offer at TN Nursery. Looking for Native Plantings? Consider the Butterfly Weed Butterfly weed is a North American native planting, ideal for naturalizing the sunniest spots in your garden. Asclepias tuberosa is an integral part of a butterfly garden. Its large, flat-topped, bright orange flowers spike upward and reach as high as two feet, attracting legions of butterflies. The abundant orange flowers bloom in large clusters that add a generous splash of color to your landscape. You will enjoy a long cycle of blooms, with most of the United States enjoying the show of color for almost the entire summer season. Asclepias tuberosa is an easy-to-manage plant from seed and may self-seed in the landscape once established. It requires only a little care from you, including occasional fertilizing, possible aphid control, and deadheading the spent blossoms. Butterfly weed is also prized for its cut flowers, making it a popular choice for dried floral arrangements. The flowers also produce attractive seed pods. Like the spent blossoms, crafters frequently use those seeds to add interest and texture to wreaths and dried flower arrangements. Butterfly weed or Asclepias tuberosa Is an Easy-Care Option. Not only is Asclepias tuberosa a beauty, but it's also drought-tolerant and heat-tolerant, making it hardy in semi-arid regions. Finally, butterfly weed is deer-resist and rabbit-resistant. That means it is not a first-choice dining option for the local deer and rabbits. Because herbivore animals have a sharp sense of smell, they usually prefer less fragrant plants. Thus, they will eat your plant only if they lack fewer aromatic options. Butterfly Weed is available to order today at TN Nursery Are you ready to plant the butterfly garden of your dreams? Feel free to order butterfly weed from TN Nursery; we will take good care of you.
Swamp milkweed - Attract Butterflies Naturally Swamp milkweed is a mid-summer flowering perennial that adds vibrant colors and texture to your garden. Its fragrant blooms attract pollinators such as butterflies and hummingbirds, while its foliage provides much-needed nourishment for monarch caterpillars. Plus, its strong root structure helps to prevent erosion. Transform your garden into a butterfly sanctuary with the majestic swamp milkweed. It is a hardy perennial that is easy to grow and sustainable, making it the perfect addition to any landscape. Create a breathtaking view while providing food and habitat for wildlife all year round. Bring some of nature’s beauty into your backyard! Plant swamp milkweed today and create a stunning garden paradise. Milkweed Plants: Butterfly gardening at its best with this type of plant, The regal monarch butterfly recently landed on the endangered species list. But one action you can take to help restore their numbers is adding milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) plants to your garden. Swamp Milkweed Could Save the Monarch Butterfly This North American native species nourishes the monarch butterfly's larvae. Indeed, milkweed is the only plant that can give its eggs, larvae and newly hatched caterpillars protection from predators and the sustenance they need. Since monarch butterflies only exist on the North American continent, from Canada to Mexico, it makes sense that they adapted along with this once-abundant native plant. As America grew from the east coast, large swaths of natural meadows fell victim to land clearing for development. Most likely unknowingly to the earliest developers, they destroyed the food necessary for the monarch to raise their young. Scientists placed monarchs on the endangered list with one bright spot. If every gardener across North America plants milkweed, there is still hope. We can reverse this cycle by restoring the habitat the monarch butterfly needs for its survival. Besides being the nectar that could save the monarchs, milkweed is a grand flower that deserves a sunny spot in your garden. Swamp Milkweed - Asclepias Incarnata Plant care and maintenance A full-grown Asclepias incarnata plant can reach a stately height of almost five feet. You may wonder how the weight of the long, narrow, willow-like leaves, tall stalks, and flowers don't topple the plant. Don't worry--the long taproot will keep Asclepias incarnata well-secured all season long. Furthermore, the long taproots of the plant will help keep your soil loosened for proper water and nutrient absorption. The gorgeous cotton candy flowers bloom in vibrant pink, purple, and lavender hues. Milkweed gains that fluffy appearance as many small, vanilla-scented flowers form around a central flower in a clustered head. The perennial plants seed themselves, forming inside pods that dry out in the summer heat and then burst open to reproduce the following season. They are easy-growing plants that want nothing more than a full-sun location, well-amended soil, and moisture--but with good drainage. The name milkweed refers to the white, sticky fluid you would see if you break off a stem. Do Your Part to Save Monarch Butterflies…Order Swamp Milkweed Today Swamp Milkweed is available online at TN Nursery Please feel free to order milkweed today--the existence of monarch butterflies depends on concerned gardeners like you.
Bugleweed Ajuga Plant A Beautiful evergreen groundcover with delicate lavender blooms all summer long The bugleweed ajuga plant spreads into dense mats of attractive foliage topped with whorls of flowers of lavender or sometimes violet (color dependent on your soil ph) that blooms from May to June. The leaves come in shades of green, purple, and cream, mottled with pink or bronze. Because it grows more comprehensively than tall, ajuga makes an excellent ground cover for its good looks and its suppression of weeds. It grows via underground stolons, and its botanical name means “creeping.” Though it does prefer moist, rich soil, it can do well in dry soils. For the best foliage, plant in an area with at least three to four hours of sun daily. Bugleweed Ajuga perennial is a fast grower and easy to grow. It needs little care, planted in hot and humid climates so air can circulate freely around them. If the ajuga plants become too crowded, they can be divided in the spring or fall, and they should be cut back when the flowers fade to highlight the beautiful foliage. Bugleweed Ajuga Plants are highly sought after for weed control, to stop soil erosion, and as a beautiful groundcover plant When planting, put the plants 6 to 9 inches apart. Ajuga can tolerate the depredations of rabbits and deer and can be planted near black walnut trees, which often poison other plants. It’s an ideal plant for those shady areas where few plants with pretty flowers will grow. Ajuga also beautifies slopes and banks and provides lovely areas of color around shrubs and trees. It does well for gardeners who don’t want large plant areas in containers and rock gardens. Climate Zone: 3 to 9 Mature Height: 6 to 9 inches Mature Width: 6 to 12 inches Sunlight: Full sun to light shade Soil Conditions: Acid, well-drained loam Botanical Name: Ajuga reptans Ship As: Bare root plant Bugleweed Ajuga Plants For Sale at Tn Nursery
Ajuga reptans (Bugleweed) Make your summer garden bloom with ajuga reptans! The ajuga reptans plant is an evergreen perennial with dark green leaves and deep blue flowers. This vibrant, eye-catching flower can thrive in any warm climate without much maintenance and makes a great addition to any garden. No matter your gardening experience, you can easily add this beautiful flower to your home. The ajuga reptans plant will bring color to even the dullest gardens, adding depth and texture to your outdoor space. It's an ideal choice for those looking to spruce up their garden with minimal effort! Choose the ajuga reptans plant today – it'll make your garden bloom! Bugleweed: Do you need a fast-spreading groundcover plant for natural weed control? This plant is amazing with purple blooms in spring and summer. Ajuga reptans is a native plant to western Asia and Europe. Ajuga reptans will display a show of color in the mid-spring. That's when you will see tall spikes of vibrant purple flowers that will pop against your landscaping. The plant's flowers are tubular, with two unequal lips. Flowers are clustered along the stems and may reach eight or ten inches tall. As the flowers fade in the heat, the foliage becomes more prominent. Though its flowers are attractive, the foliage is the real star. During the warm days of the early to mid-spring, Ajuga reptans plants develop rich, dark green foliage. The greenery creates a mat of leaves, often forming attractive whorls. Later in the season, the leaves show off bronze and burgundy tones in autumn. Ajuga reptans Will Cover Your Ground Quickly Ajuga reptans perennials spread quickly. Each plant can extend as far as eighteen inches wide. The spread of bugleweed is similar to grass--it sends out several small stems that take root nearby and grow new plants. The significant and rapid growth of these new groundcover plants means you can quickly fill in a gardening bed. Once the bugleweed takes over, your weeds will be a distant memory. Although Ajuga reptans prefers shady to semi-shade growing conditions, it is a vigorous and resilient plant that can adapt to sunshine in most growing zones. This plant is also relatively maintenance-free if you plant it in a spot with reasonably good drainage. The plant might require minimal care, such as cutting back runners two or three times a year and cutting the flower spikes after they finish their show of blooms. This groundcover plant tolerates moist to moderately dry soil and has a centralized root system. Bugleweed is unfussy and grows in most soil conditions without much help from the gardener--this makes Ajuga reptans an ideal garden solution for anyone who wants a plant that will take over, choke out weeds, and remain carefree and beautiful for a long season. Ajuga reptans is available online at TN Nursery Order your Ajuga reptans from TN Nursery--you will be on your way to spending less time weeding.
Oxeye Daisy - Discover the beauty of Yellow and White Flowers The oxeye daisy plant is easily recognizable with its bright yellow and white petals that sparkle in the sunlight. It is a hardy and colorful flower, making it an ideal choice for gardens requiring little maintenance. Plus, it's a perennial flower that will return year after year for your pleasure and enjoyment. Bring vibrant color to your garden with the oxeye daisy plant! It's perfect for creating a cheerful atmosphere and will provide you with years of seasonal beauty. Start planting oxeye daisies today and enjoy their bright blooms for many years! Leucanthemum vulgare, the oxeye daisy or marguerite daisy, is a customer favorite at TN Nursery. They are an easy-care, classic beauty that can add character to any garden setting. A native to Europe, the oxeye daisy arrived in the United States centuries ago. Today, they are as expected in the American landscape as many native species. This hardy perennial flower thrives in most USDA growing zones in the contiguous United States. It prefers a mixture of sun and shade but tolerates full sunshine if you don't mind watering it. Oxeye Daisy Resists Common Garden Issues Leucanthemum vulgare is an easy-going plant resisting many common garden challenges. Deer resistant: Deer present a challenge to many gardeners. However, they seem to find the floral aroma of the oxeye daisy a little too fragrant and will prefer to forage elsewhere. Rabbit resistant: Rabbits are the bane of many gardens. Like deer, bunnies have sensitive noses and seem deterred by the fragrance the oxeye daisy emits. Drought resistant: Leucanthemum vulgare likes moist soil but can also tolerate short periods of dry or hot weather. During these times, you can keep your watering efforts to about an inch a week. Oxeye Daisy Is a Tall Classic Flower Plant oxeye daisies in clumps to create height in your border, flower beds, in mass plantings near a home's foundation, or in a water garden. Oxeye daisy is almost carefree and happy to call nearly any partially sunny spot home. It blooms in the middle of summer. The stems and flowers can grow as high as three feet, and clumps can measure about two to three feet. The leaves are sturdy and erect, reaching high toward the sun. Leaves are green, narrow, and thin. They grow thicker near the bottom of the plant. Profuse disc-shaped rays of petals comprise the head of the flower. The signature angelic white and sunny yellow center make it a popular option for floral arranging. The scent is floral with a spicy note, pleasing and not overpowering. Order Your Oxeye Daisy From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests an oxeye daisy for people who want a taller flower that loves the sun and is valuable in many landscaping applications. Order yours today.
Shasta Daisy Plant - Say goodbye to boring gardens and hello to gorgeous perennials! Shasta daisies are sun thriving perennial flowers with bright white petals, sunny yellow centers, and lush green foliage. Their captivating beauty makes them a perfect choice for any garden. Not only are they easy to establish and maintain, but they will also come back year after year with minimal effort on your part! Make your garden stand out from the rest with shasta daisy perennials. Their long-lasting blooms add vibrant color and texture to any landscape. Plus, their hardiness ensures that you’ll get years of enjoyment from these fantastic blooms! Bring beauty and life to your garden with shasta daisy perennials today! Shasta Daisy: The common shasta daisy is among the most recognizable flowers in a border garden or flower bed. This full-sun loving perennial is easy to grow and take care of. TN Nursery often recommends this flower to beginner gardeners looking for flowers that will bloom without too much fuss. The shasta daisy is a European native species that flourishes in North America and has become a prevalent species in gardens nationwide. Shasta Daisy's artful appearance Almost everyone can identify a shasta daisy. This classic garden flower grows in small, attractive clumps approximately two to three feet wide. The leaves and stems are a satisfying, glossy green, growing about two feet high. This height makes the shasta daisy an ideal option for cutting for an artful bridal bouquet or a casual arrangement in a vase. As beautiful as the foliage is, perhaps the most noteworthy feature of this daisy is the telltale bloom. The blossoms have ovate, crisp white petals, sometimes with just a hint of blush pink around the margins. The petals surround a sunny, bright yellow face that lifts its head to the bright sunshine each day. Shasta daisy blooms from the late spring through the middle of summer. How to Use the Shasta Daisy in Your Garden The shasta daisy is more than enchanting blooms--they are a workhorse that you can put the fresh white flowers to work to brighten up any part of a sunny garden. You can grow the shasta daisy in a pollinator garden with other bee-attracting plants like milkweed or butterfly bush. Choose the shasta daisy for a border garden. Its two to three-foot mature height makes it ideal for a middle border row. Plant the shasta daisy in a full-sun garden--it welcomes the sunshine. How to Grow the Shasta Daisy Shasta daisy needs a full-sun or filtered sun location that receives about six to eight hours of daylight daily. Although you can plant the shasta daisy in a shadier place for lovely greenery, it will not bloom in the shade. It is cold-hardy and will return every spring. All it needs is fresh mulch in the fall in the coldest regions and fertilizer about twice per year. It is drought-tolerant in the summer; water it only during extended dry spells. Shasta Daisy can be purchased from TN Nursery Today. The Shasta daisy is a whimsical classic garden species. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Tall Annual Phlox$5.79
Tall Phlox Tall phlox (Phlox paniculata) is a flowering plant commonly grown in gardens and landscapes. It is known for its tall, upright growth habit, which can reach heights of up to 4 feet (1.2 meters) or more. The plant produces clusters of fragrant, colorful flowers and blooms ranging from pink, purple, white, and red. The flowers are held on long stems that rise above the foliage, creating a showy display. Tall phlox prefers full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. It is generally easy to grow and maintain but may require staking to keep tall stems upright in windy conditions. It also benefits from regular watering during dry periods and occasional fertilization with a balanced fertilizer. Tall phlox is famous for cottage gardens, borders, and cut flower arrangements. It attracts pollinators such as butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden, making it an excellent choice for wildlife enthusiasts. Tall Annual Phlox: The tall phlox plants you will receive when you order from TN Nursery are second to none and add height, texture, and color to anywhere in the garden that needs a touch of classic elegance. Tall Annual Phlox paniculata Is a Native Species Thrives Throughout Most of the United States. The Phlox paniculata plant is native to North America. It grows naturally throughout most of the country, from New England to the south and westernmost states. New World settlers noted the species shortly after landing on the continent. Philadelphia nurseryman John Bartram reported sending specimens back to England in 1737. Phlox paniculata grows in moist woodlands, fields, and lightly shaded riverbanks. It is a hardy, easy-care perennial that will delight you for many years. The Elegant Look of Tall Phlox Pairs Well With Other Species Tall phlox deserves a spot in the back row of a border garden. Indeed, the three- to four-foot height makes it perfect for mixing it into the border with your other specimens. But don't stop there--let your imagination run wild! You can use tall phlox in any full-sun to partial-shade flower beds or gardens. Those leggy stems are charming as a cut flower tucked into a sweet tabletop arrangement. Tall Phlox Displays Elegant Flowers Phlox paniculata flowers are about one inch in diameter, fragrant, and borne in panicles that cluster around the stem. Flowers are white, various shades of pink, or light purple. The centers of the blooms are pale yellow to white. Tall phlox blooming season starts in early summer and can run through September in some growing zones. You can expect blooms to show their colors for approximately six weeks. The Phlox paniculata plant grows erect, seemingly reaching for the sun. The leaves have tiny peach fuzz hairs, and the stems are upright. The upper stem looks tall at first glance. But you can rest assured--it is plenty sturdy to hold its own and show off the flowers it supports. Order Tall Phlox from TN Nursery Today TN Nursery prides itself on providing our customers with freshly-dug, healthy plants--you can confidently order your Phlox paniculata. Tall Phlox Plants are Perennial Favorites
Annual Phlox Returns Every Year Annual Phlox is an easy-to-grow and low-maintenance flowering plant that will quickly fill your garden with vibrant colors in shades of pink, blue, white, and purple. Perfect for adding texture and color to beds, borders, rock gardens, and more, this beautiful flower will thrive in warm climates where the blooms last all summer! Make your garden look stunning this season with the lovely perennial phlox! Featuring an abundance of big star-shaped flowers on elegant stems, it can provide a showy display of color that you'll love. This hardy bloomer is both deer and drought resistant, so you won't have to worry about unwanted visitors or extra watering. Create a show-stopping landscape this summer by ordering your perennial phlox today! Annual Phlox: TN Nursery presents the annual Phlox drummondii, a beautiful, fragrant, and deer-resistant flower. The North American native species flourish throughout most of the contiguous United States. Don't let the name confuse you–annual phlox is a self-seeding perennial that will return year after year. On average, garden phlox flowers grow to just under three feet high, making them a beautiful companion in front of shrubs to add a vibrant color. Annual phlox also makes a terrific addition to a rock garden. As if that's not enough, they are showstoppers as cut flowers, prized for bridal bouquets and in tabletop vases. The plants form in just-right-sized clumps and produce wide, sturdy stems with lovely green leaves. Annual Phlox drummondii Gives You a Kaleidoscope of Color. Annual phlox has colorful flowers in a rainbow of shades. Lovely, five-petal phlox flowers can be white, blue, or lavender-to-pink in range. Indeed, the riotous colors of the annual Phlox drummondii will add a whimsical element of surprise everywhere you plant them. Garden phlox flowers grow on stems with bright, five-petaled blooms that blossom from April to June in most American growing zones. Besides the showstopping colors, phlox flowers are pleasingly fragrant and attract butterflies, bees, and beneficial garden insects, all excellent for pollination and a healthy ecosystem. Annual phlox resists deer and is easy to care for While deer are lovely to watch, they can wreak havoc on a garden. So, what is your solution? Plant deer-resistant Phlox drummondii. Deer have a keen, finely tuned sense of smell, and they tend to avoid any scent that offends their sensitive noses. Unlike pollinator species that love the smell, deer do not seem to prefer the fragrance of garden phlox. So, while they are not "deer-proof," phlox tend to be "deer-resistant." Phlox drummondii grows eagerly in a wide range of light exposures, including full sun, shade, and partially shaded spots. They grow in North America's most common soil types and resist diseases like powdery mildew. Annual phlox plants are easy to care for, requiring only water, occasional fertilizing and thinning, and some mulch to help retain moisture and deadheading your spent blossoms. Annual phlox is available online at TN Nursery.
Bring the beauty of dianthus perennials to your garden! Dianthus perennials are perfect for adding a splash of color to any garden. These charming plants provide an abundance of soft, vibrant blooms in shades of pink, crimson, purple, and white. The unique foliage adds an interesting texture to the garden as well. Transform your garden into a wonderland with the addition of dianthus perennials. Enjoy the delicately sweet scent and fantastic color these beautiful plants will bring you landscape. Bring life and beauty to your garden with dianthus perennials today! Dianthus plants are beautiful, long-lasting, and perfect for garden use. Buy your dianthus plants for your garden today! Order dianthus plants from TN Nursery and choose from various colors. Visit TN Nursery to order the best quality dianthus plants online. Dianthus flowers are mixed colors which are the most popular and colorful Our wide assortment of mixed-color dianthus plants provides an impressive lawn display that lasts weeks. A lush lawn of dianthus is a sight to behold. Whether in spring, summer, or fall, the blooms of these plants will fill your yard with beautiful and fragrant blooms. The season's foliage is luscious, and the plant's longevity can be measured in years. No matter your size of lawn or garden bed, there is a type of dianthus for you. Want some little pots for your porch? TN Nursery has multiple color selections that are easy to maintain and grow anywhere. Give Dianthus (Sweet William) plants: The gift of a beautiful, colorful lawn this year with our low grower prices and fast shipping! Order your mixed-color dianthus plants and have them shipped to your door. DIanthus plants are the most popular cut flower type in spring and summer. DIanthus plants can be grown in various ways, including container gardening or in-ground. You can plant them in groups for a more formal look or individually to create color highlights and borders. DIanthus plants are easy to maintain, drought tolerant, cold, hardy blooming until winter, and easy to grow with little to no maintenance. They add year-round beauty for gardeners of all abilities and experience levels. Buy a mixed-color dianthus plant from TN Nursery today, and get it shipped directly to your door!
Sweet Violet Sweet violets are short, groundcover perennial plants that add a deep purple color and texture to your outdoor space. With a graceful, trailing vine, they produce fragrant, colorful flowers throughout the spring and summer months. These hardy plants come in various colors, from vibrant blues and purples to deep reds and velvety blacks. Their easy-care nature makes them perfect for novice and experienced gardeners alike! Bring some natural beauty into your garden with sweet violets. They are easy to grow and require minimal care, making them an ideal choice for those with busy lifestyles. The sweet scent of the flowers can even attract pollinators like bees or butterflies too! Start creating your perfect outdoor oasis with sweet violets today! Shop our selection of these beautiful perennial plants. Violets: There might be no greater pleasure than spotting the first springtime violets. These adorable flowers grow throughout almost every USDA growing zone. While these perennial plants prefer semi-shade, they will also tolerate sunshine, especially if you have plentiful rainfall to cool them. Violets are one particular flower among a large variety that includes verbena, catmint, violas, pansies, and bellflower. Your violets might be white, blue, purple, lavender, or blue-violet. You might even get a combination of two of these colors together. Seeing the color is part of the fun! Better yet–violets are prolific bloomers that require little to no care from you. Sweet Violets use in Your Landscape. Violets as ground cover plants: These plants grow by spreading from a robust underground root system. Once you plant them, they will begin to spread. Because they multiply relatively quickly, you can use them as a ground cover; however, remember their diminutive size and plan for plenty of plants to establish good coverage. Violets add color to your garden: The stunning colors make them beautiful for adding color anywhere. They are charming when you plant them in front of an evergreen hedge. The contrast of the greens and the purples, blues, or whites makes a bold statement. Violets in a border garden: If you want to add violets to your border garden, they will go to the front. Their full-grown height is only a few inches high! Despite their small stature, their eye-popping colors make them worth the inclusion. Violets are perfect in pots or containers in an urban garden: City dwellers can enjoy these sweet little flowers. Placing large clusters in colorful pots or containers can make an enormous visual impact in a small urban garden. The Charm of Sweet Violets Violets have broad, bright green stems and leaves. They bear flowers in a wild array of colors. Each flower has four rounded petals measuring less than 1/4" across. The overall height of violets is only three to four inches. They are cute and short but never short on color. Violets are available to purchase at TN Nursery. Are you ready to order violets from TN Nursery today? We are ready to dig your order.
White Violets (Viola canadensis) White violets, also known as Viola canadensis, are flowering perennials that belong to the Violaceae family. They are native to North America and can grow in wooded areas, streams, and other moist habitats.White violets typically grow about 6-12 inches tall and have heart-shaped leaves and small, delicate white flowers. They bloom in the spring and early summer and are often used in gardens and landscaping as ground cover or border plants.In addition to their ornamental value, white violets have medicinal properties. They have been used traditionally to treat various ailments, including headaches, coughs, and skin irritations. These delicate perennials are also a source of antioxidants and may have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects. White Violets: Viola canadensis, white violets, are a self-seeding perennial growing in the cooler USDA growing zones. The flowers are striking--snowy white with a delicate purple brushstroke. A North American native species, white violets occur in nature on the rich, moist floors of the hardwood forests of Canada, New England, across the Great Lakes, and into the upper plains. This perennial loves moisture, filtered shade, and organic materials. Where to Plant Viola canadensis in Your Landscape White violets stay under twelve inches tall; the reasonable size makes them ideal for use in many locations. Here are a few places to use white violets: Border garden Shade garden Along a walkway Mass plantings Near a fountain or water feature Along a shaded walkway Loosen the soil in a shady area to encourage quick drainage, and amend the soil with compost, shredded leaves, or hardwood mulch. White violets will also flower in heavily shaded areas, but the blooms will be less bountiful. It does not prefer full sunshine. White violets are deer-resistant but will attract butterflies, moths, bumblebees, and other pollinator insects. The Light and Airy Look of White Violets White violets form small clumps up to twelve inches wide. The stem is burgundy to purple and narrow. The leaves create a lovely heart shape with gently scalloped edges and a pronounced tip. They are a true green, about four inches long and three inches wide. Fine hairs may be present along the edges. Singular flowers measure an inch or less and display five petals with a cheerful yellow middle. The angelic white petals have a slight brush of purple on the lower petal and are about one inch across. Blossoms open up and put on their show at the end of the spring and into early summertime. Order White Violets From TN Nursery Today White violets make a charming addition to your shade garden--order yours from TN Nursery today.
Bird's Foot Violet$5.79
Bird's Foot Violet (Viola pedata) Make your garden stand out with stunning birds' foot violet perennials! Birds foot violet perennials are an eye-catching addition to any outdoor area. With their unique foliage, these hardy plants will draw attention and be the centerpiece of your garden. The deep purple flowers last throughout the season and make a great addition to any landscape. Bird's foot violet perennials will stay healthy and vibrant for years with minimal care. Bring a unique and lovely look to your garden with these perennials, and enjoy the freshness all year round! Enjoy the vibrant color of these gorgeous flowers and the low-maintenance care that comes with them. Make sure to experience the joy of having these delightful flowers in your outdoor area! Make your garden stand out today with bird's foot violet perennials — get them delivered right to your door! Bird's Foot Violet: Viola pedata, or the Bird's Foot Violet, is a lovely herbaceous perennial plant with showy blue or violet flowers that add color to the late-spring garden. Bird's Foot Violet is a sun-loving flower that can tolerate a little filtered shade. It is a North American native species, found naturally growing in meadows, along ditch banks, and in woodland clearings from southern New England through the mid-south and west across the open prairies of the upper midwest. It prefers de-compacted soil, and you will fertilize it about twice yearly--in the early spring and the fall. In late autumn, gardeners in northern climates often add a protective blanket of hardwood mulch. Although Bird's Foot Violet likes moisture, it does not like wet feet, so plan a spot where rainwater does not stand. Besides routine maintenance, Bird's Foot Violet is easy to grow. Where to Plant Bird's, Foot Violet TN Nursery suggests Bird's Foot Violet if you have a sunny spot that needs a touch of late spring color. Plant Bird's Foot Violet in these spots: Near a garden walkway Fairy Garden Rock garden Flower bed Garden border Mass plantings In deep pots or containers The Magnificent Beauty of Bird's Foot Violet Bird's Foot Violet gets its name from the unique appearance of its leaves--they grow in a shape that resembles a bird's foot! The leaves are silvery green, elongated to about three inches, and lobed in a way that looks like a claw. The flowers have four petals--the two upper petals are usually blue, and the lower petals may be a richer shade, like purple or violet. The two-toned effect is stunning. Bird's Foot Violet grows to about eight inches high and wide, a reasonably sized plant you can use in many settings. Order Your Bird's Foot Violet From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery has decades of experience, and we ship only the best from our family farm. Order your Bird's Foot Violet today.
Wild Geranium Plant Wild geranium is a native woody perennial plant that blooms in shades of pink and purple. With thick foliage and evergreen leaves, this plant will add vibrant color and texture to your outdoor space all year round. Not only that, it's highly resilient and can withstand most weather conditions. Be the envy of your neighborhood with a lush garden full of wild geranium. Get creative by mixing and matching the plants in your yard to create an artistic display that will make all your neighbors jealous. Start sprucing up your outdoor space with wild geranium today! Add vibrant color to your garden, balcony, or patio - it's never been easier. Geranium maculatum, or simply geranium for short, is one of TN Nursery's best-selling plants. The woodland perennial native puts on a magnificent display of lavender or purple for about a month each year, blossoming from late spring through early summertime. This species is a cold-hardy perennial native to North America. It enjoys great popularity from Canada through the American south to the western United States. Geraniums Are Beloved by Gardeners Why do gardeners love geraniums so much? Here are three excellent reasons to invest in this set of two geraniums: Fast spreading: Besides the obvious fact--their inherent beauty--they are quick spreaders because they spread through an underground shoot as well as self-seed. This rapid growth allows gardeners in almost every USDA growing zone to fill entire beds with color relatively quickly. Attracting pollinators: Geraniums are fantastic in a pollinator garden. Their bright hues attract colorful butterflies, hummingbirds, and bumblebees. These species help ensure a healthy ecosystem. A low-care plant: Geraniums don't demand much care. They are happy in partial- to full sun, with occasional fertilizing and minimal water during dry spells. They are drought-tolerant; they will return to life after the first refreshing rainfall if a heat wave leaves them frazzled. Geranium maculatum Has a Lovely Appearance. In optimized growing conditions, geraniums can reach almost two feet at maturity--a very nice size for a garden border or in a sunny garden bed. The leaves and stems of geranium maculatum are rich and dark green. They create pretty foliage that perfectly sets off the rich jewel-toned flowers. Each bloom has five gently rounded petals measuring one to two inches. Each petal has a small lift that lends a shallow cup shape to the flower. The colors are generally rich pink, purple, or lavender. However, white or blush pink flowers may also occur. Order Your Set of 2 Geraniums From TN Nursery TN Nursery proudly recommends the geranium to anyone who needs to add bright, vibrant color to their yard. Order your geranium flowers today.
Daffodils are early spring blooming perennials Daffodil perennials are the ultimate low-maintenance flowering plant. These sturdy beauties can survive with minimal water and are perfect for landscaping your outdoor spaces with eye-catching blooms. Plus, they work just as hard in winter as in summer, so you won't have to worry about replanting every season. Daffodils can bring a vibrant touch of color to any garden or backyard. Their long-lasting blooms create an elegant backdrop that will be the talk of your neighborhood with daffodils, and the best thing about them is they are low maintenance and implemented in a garden. You can have an eco-friendly one as well! Keep your yard looking great without wasting precious resources - plant daffodil perennials today! Daffodils hold a special place in many hearts. Because they are among the first flowers to make a welcome appearance in the cool days of early spring, they send a light-hearted message of hope and joy. Their bright yellow heads cheer up winter-weary gardeners as they poke their heads through the soil and raise their sunny heads to the sun. About Daffodil Flowers Daffodils display small, trumpet-shaped flowers growing about twelve to eighteen inches tall. Their deep yellow trumpets and pale yellow perianth segments look very striking. They grow well in bright light and tolerate still-cold temperatures. Daffodils belong to the genus Narcissus. These European native plants are perennials and grow from a brown sphere-shaped bulb. As they mature, they develop leafless stems. The flower itself features a cup-shaped center called the corona. Narcissus pseudonarcissus is also known as angel's tears because of its prominent corona. The daffodil family features fifty species and over 25,000 hybrids--a large family with many similarities but all hardy to those first cold days of springtime. Daffodils are deer-resistant and rabbit-resistant, reducing the odds that your woodland friends will feast on your colorful flowers. When to Plant Daffodils Gardeners generally plant daffodil bulbs in the late summer through the fall. Although cold-hardy, these cheery white and yellow flowers require sunshine to wake them up in the late winter, signaling that it's time to enter the world. The bulbs are easy to plant, requiring well-amended soil, compost or fertilizer, and a sunny spot. They are unfussy and bountiful plants that do not demand much care--ideal for anyone from a beginner gardener to a seasoned pro. Some gardeners plant them in traditional border gardens, placing them behind lower early spring flowers that look charming when they bloom. Others prefer to grow the bulbs in clusters or groupings of three to five bulbs each to create an eye-catching and colorful show of colors in the spring. Neither way is right nor wrong; it's about each gardener's desired effect and preferences. Order Your Daffodils From TN Nursery Today You can rely on TN Nursery to send you vigorous daffodil bulbs that will delight you in the spring. We welcome your order today. Daffodils Narcissus for sale online at Tn Nursery
White Daffodils - Plant something special White daffodil perennials are perfect for that lawn or garden makeover you've been wanting. White is unique and eye-catching, but these perennials proliferate and can last many years with proper care. Plus, the sweet scent of their blooms will fill your outdoor spaces with beauty and fragrance. Bring a touch of flowers with these beautiful white daffodil perennials. Enjoy an elegant, classic look in your garden or lawn area that can be admired for years. Transform your outdoor space today - get the stunning look of white daffodil perennials now! It's time to plant, and they are in season now! Poeticus Daffodils have a beautifully fragrant cup and are the best variety for late-season blooms. Buy White Flowering Daffodils from TN Nursery today! Are you looking for a daffodil that is well-known for its fragrance? Enter the world of Poeticus daffodils. These large white flowers have flat, cup-shaped petals, typically with a yellow center. There may be one flower per stem, and all varieties are fragrant. Poeticus daffodils bloom in the middle to late part of the season and are long-lasting. Consider planting this well-known variety of daffodils to enjoy its beautiful blooms and fragrance. It can grow in many climates, including cool, warm, and cold weather conditions. They will come back every year because their flowers bloom for weeks. Bring one of these flowers home today to attract pollinators, enrich the air with their strong fragrance, and enjoy the beauty of the blooms in your garden. They are easy to grow and maintain too. Do you spend a lot of time maintaining your garden? Don't you want to focus more on other aspects of your life? With these Poeticus daffodils, we can help. Everyone deserves to enjoy the beauty of daffodils in their garden The White Poeticus daffodils are known for their fragrant blooms, which start at the bottom of the stem and gently release a beautiful aroma. Daffodils are an elegant, eloquent symbol of nature and purity. The Poeticus variety is a versatile bloom that can be planted in your landscape from spring to fall. Order your Poeticus daffodils today and experience the wonderful tradition of planting them in your garden!