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6 Pack - Pampas Grass Plugs

6 Pack - Pampas Grass Plugs

Pampas Grass is a famous ornamental sedge known for its stunning appearance and versatility in landscaping. When planted as plugs, these young plants bring a range of attributes that enhance the aesthetics and functionality of any landscape. We will explore the essential qualities of these plants and their benefits in landscaping. While pampas grass is native to South America, its appeal has made it a popular addition to yards worldwide. Fast-growing plants are a type of perennial that continues to offer notable benefits and properties over its long lifespan. Why should you consider planting it on your property? It is also known as Cortaderia selloana, an ornamental plant with distinctive, appealing aesthetics. The plugs increase and can reach a height of 12 feet. The vibrant hue of the lush, green stalks is brought to life with the wispy blooms at the top of the plant. The flowering stems may be a foot or more taller than the blades, creating a stunning, dual-tone look. At the end of the growing season, the cut stalks can be used as a decorative element in the home. Pampas Grass Has Stunning Soft Blooms Despite the plant's grand height and dense, bushy base, it has a soft look thanks to its mesmerizing flowers. The flower stalks vary between shades of white, silver, and yellow. From afar, they have an almost fluffy look that will add a unique visual element to your space. These flowers may conceal a fenced perimeter for a more natural look in your yard, or they may create a natural barrier around the perimeter of a property. Pampas Grass Has Protective Qualities While many people plant it for its beauty, it also has practical benefits. In some areas, it has been used to minimize erosion. Because of this, it may be incredibly functional in yards with a steep grade or prone to the damaging effects of erosion. Pampas Grass Makes A Superior Ground Cover Pampas Grass is easy to grow and spreads rapidly compared to some other types of plants. These plugs deserve serious consideration in areas that are relatively bare in a yard or lack a distinguishing feature as a point of interest. They can cover horizontal space and fill out for an established look quickly.

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6 Pack - Purple Love Grass

6 Pack - Purple Love Grass

Purple Love Grass is a versatile and visually appealing ornamental plant that has gained popularity in landscaping due to its unique attributes. Native to North America, this perennial is well-suited for various landscape designs and can provide numerous benefits when incorporated into gardens and outdoor spaces. SOLD IN 6-PACK CELL TRAYS Purple love grass is scientifically known as Eragrostis Spectabilis, although garden lovers commonly refer to it as a tumble plant. It is an ornamental plant native to eastern and central North America. This decorative plant is well-known and famous due to its use by Piet Oudolf and the Green Thumb Award it earned in 2013 from the Direct Gardening Association. Purple Love Grass Garden Designer Approved Eragrostis Spectabilis is loved and used by many professional gardeners. It was listed in Gardens Illustrated as a top 100 plant to have in your garden. It was also extensively used in Chicago's Lurie Garden and New York City's Highline. Purple Love Grass Is Known for Its Color Changes Eragrostis Spectabilis is known and revered for its seasonal color changes. In the spring, the blades have a blue-green hue. In the summer, this ornamental plant grows purple spikelets. When those spikelets mature, they fall off the plant and are blown away, which earned it the nickname tumble. In the fall, gardeners can watch the leaves develop a bronze-red hue. Purple Love Grass Is Stunning Planting In Mass  It can be used in various ways, including as ground cover or an accent. It can also be mass-planted or planted as a group. It typically attains a height and width of two feet. The blades grow up to 10 inches long and have a width of about a quarter inch. It pairs well with white wood aster, purple poppy mallow, Pennsylvania sedge, and spotted beebalm. If you're looking to make your home more environmentally friendly, planting it may help. Eragrostis Spectabilis can be used to control soil erosion, and it's considered water-wise, which means if you're planting a drought-tolerant yard, you could include tumble plants in your landscaping. It can also be used as a green or living roof. Purple Love Grass is a famous, hardy, and versatile ornamental plant. It makes a beautiful addition to any home garden or landscaping project, and it may even help you lower your carbon footprint.

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6 Pack -Pennsylvania Sedge Plugs

6 Pack -Pennsylvania Sedge Plugs

Pennsylvania Sedge is a versatile, low-maintenance ground cover that transforms any space into a lush and enchanting haven. With its graceful appearance, adaptability, and numerous ecological benefits, it is an excellent choice for residential and commercial landscaping projects. Pennsylvania Sedge Is a Weeping Beauty It blooms from May to July each year. The blossoms usually feature white, green, or brown flowers. The grass can reach 20 inches tall and has a creeping growth habit with varying textures. Female spikes have lengthy, white, thread-like styles, while male spikes are about an inch long and have creamy-yellow stamens. The leaves stay pale green during spring, turning a golden-tan hue during fall. Use Pennsylvania Sedge For the Health of Your Soil Its horizontally spreading roots extend deep into the earth. This allows the roots to loosen compacted soil, improving its structure by increasing aeration and drainage. On slopes and other regions vulnerable to erosion, these roots also do an excellent job of retaining soil. As the plants mature and die back, the decaying leaves and broken roots provide organic material for the soil. This organic material stimulates microbial activity, increases soil moisture retention, and improves soil fertility. Because of its naturally low growth pattern, it forms thick clusters of leaves. And because these plants are thin and pliable, they spill over the sides of paths and flower beds with elegance. When used along edges and borders, this quality works well to create a weeping or cascading impression. Their evergreen leaves' year-round color and texture add color and vitality to borders and pathways. Their feathery-soft leaves have a thin, delicate texture contrasting with the border's other hardscape features and plants. This characteristic draws the eye and creates a sense of depth in landscaping and garden areas. Eliminate Weeds With Pennsylvania Sedge Shrubby is densely clustered, providing both cover and shade for the ground. This kind of dense growth can reduce the establishment and development of weeds by outcompeting them for nutrients, space, and sunshine. Many people use Pennsylvania Sedge to help with spring weed management and to keep annual weeds to a minimum in the winter.

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American Beech Tree

American Beech Tree

American Beech trees are known for their smooth, silver-gray bark and glossy, dark green leaves in the summer, transforming into a breathtaking golden bronze or copper color in the fall. These majestic plants are native to many regions worldwide and have been cherished for their aesthetic, ecological, and practical benefits. Here are some reasons why these are an outstanding addition to landscaping: The American Beech Tree Has Striking Bark The bark of the American beech tree is smooth and silvery gray. They have dark green leaves that are light on the underside, three to four inches long, pointy and coarsely serrated, arranged alternately on stems. The spring blossoms are cigar-shaped and comprised of long, narrow buds that are copper in color. Little clusters of male and female blossoms appear on the plant in the spring, usually in April or May. Fall is when the female blooms bear triangular beechnuts. They have a broad and thick canopy that creates several microenvironments. Underneath the plant, you'll find shade-tolerant understory plants and species that thrive in full sun along the plant's edge. Many animals, including squirrels, turkeys, chipmunks, mice, and deer, rely on the plant's nuts. Cavities carved out by large, older plants provide shelter for wildlife, like birds, raccoons, and bears. Add Shade With The American Beech Tree When planted in a large enough area, the thick canopy can hide off nearby homes or busy roadways thanks to its overlapping branches. It also helps that they can reach heights of up to 80 feet. During the hot summer, the plant's broad, ovate leaves create a dense canopy that filters sunlight well and offers plenty of shade. The American Beech Enhances Soil Stabilization American Beech Trees reduce soil erosion by enhancing soil stability via the secretions they release from their roots, encouraging soil aggregation. This is especially helpful on uneven or sloping ground, where soil structure and stability are more important. These plants also have a thick canopy that soaks up rainwater. This reduces the likelihood of soil erosion by deflecting rainwater away from the ground. Its leaf litter also improves soil fertility and offers a home for many creatures, including decomposers like fungi and insects, vital to the ecosystem's nutrient-cycling process.

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Bald Cypress Tree

Bald Cypress Tree

The Bald Cypress tree has leathery, fern-like foliage that turns a stunning reddish-brown in the fall before dropping; they add a touch of grace to any landscape. They are magnificent deciduous conifers with many pleasing attributes incorporated into landscaping designs. Native to the southeastern United States, these are highly adaptable, making them an excellent choice for various environments. Here are some of the critical reasons why these are a perfect addition to any landscaping project: Bald Cypress Tree Has Beautiful Foliage Bald Cypress trees are known for their beautiful foliage. It is delicate and feathery, adorned by green needles that give it a lush appearance. It's also soft to the touch, making it safe for pets and children and easy to explore and appreciate. If you like watching it change with the seasons, they are a perfect fit. Fall weather sees them transform into a golden hue, and they retain a stately appearance in the winter months. Get Year-Round Appeal With The Bald Cypress Tree They offer something different for every season. New growth emerges in the spring, signaling warmer weather is coming. By summer, they are lush and full, its shade providing a welcome respite from the heat and sun. Fall brings fiery colors of gold and burnt orange, and the barrenness of winter allows them to show off its stately silhouette. Having one or more of these as part of your landscape is always a good season.  Enhance Landscapes With Bald Cypress Tree Its stately, commanding appearance can serve as the focal point of any landscape. People's eyes are naturally drawn to it, and it can complete a mixture of architectural styles, both modern and classical. By planting them alongside ponds or other natural bodies of water, you can create a contrast that enhances the area's natural beauty. Best of all, these can thrive in all kinds of soil conditions, making them a great choice no matter where you live or what landscape you work with. Bald Cypress trees are timeless. They were considered beautiful and stately centuries ago and will be centuries later. This gives them a sense of refinement that can enhance any outdoor setting. Because their commanding yet subtle appearance evokes tranquility, they are ideal for creating peaceful retreats in gardens, parks, and nature preserves. If your landscape is more barren, these can build scale and balance with their commanding presence. They can "pop" in just about any landscape.

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Bamboo Plant

Bamboo Plant

Running Bamboo is a versatile and fast-growing species that offers many benefits when incorporated into landscaping projects. Its unique characteristics and practical attributes make it popular for enhancing outdoor spaces with aesthetic and functional advantages. It is a shrub that will grow outwards almost as quickly as upwards. Although primarily an ornamental species, it does serve several purposes within a given landscape. Let's take a closer look at what this Bamboo Plant looks like and why you'll want to have it on your property. The Physical Attributes of Bamboo Plant It typically has a golden stalk from which a series of green leaves will shoot out. The trees that you see will shoot from stalks that grow horizontally along the ground, which is why they are referred to as runners. You can see several inches or feet of vertical growth per season, much of which occurs in spring or early summer. It can also grow horizontally up to 10 feet in a single season. This may be fine with neighbors or local authorities if you are in a rural area. However, if you live in a typical neighborhood, consider adding a barrier to prevent runaway growth. What Is Bamboo Plant Used For This type of shrub can be used for a variety of purposes, such as adding some color to a garden or edging your garden, driveway, or other landscape components. You can also use it as a privacy screen or to help dampen noise coming from a neighbor's house, highway, or other sources. It can also help reclaim or revitalize a landscape after a weather event or years of neglect. Be Sustainable With Bamboo Plant Creatures such as rabbits or guinea pigs can use the shoots of this Bamboo Plant for nourishment. However, you probably won't see deer, rodents, or other creatures that typically exist in a suburban setting flocking to your tree, which may help to ensure its long-term survival.

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Black Chokeberry

Black Chokeberry

Black Chokeberry has delicate white flowers that bloom in spring, creating an eye-catching display. In the Fall, they are replaced with blackberries. It is a great source for birding shrubs and a highly favored shrub by homeowners. Black Chokeberry Is In The Rose Family  Black chokeberry plants are a shrub species and part of the rose family. Native to the eastern part of North America, these branching shrubs are known for their gorgeous dark-red color in the autumn and their tiny black berries, which have been known to attract certain bird species frequently. So, if you're hoping for more avian visitors in your garden, the plant could be the perfect one to introduce to the area. Characteristics Of The Black Chokeberry Although Black Chokeberry is a relatively common-looking plant, it offers a simple beauty to spruce up any outdoor area. The shrub is known for its glossy, dark green leaves, which will gradually shift to a breathtaking crimson as the season changes to autumn. It also produces lovely flowers, typically white or pink; these bright, colorful flowers make the shrub a popular choice for gardens, courtyards, and walkways. During the fall, tiny blackberries will start to appear, contrasting nicely with the lighter shades of the flowers. On average, it will rise to between three and six feet high. The pretty flowers will typically be approximately two to three inches across. The bush will usually appear in medium-sized clusters, which will be wider near the top, creating an appealing cone-like shape. Black Chokeberry works perfectly if you're looking for a shrub that can take up some space while complementing the more exuberant plants in an outdoor space. This shrub is often used to add some life to a home's front yard, and it can also be effective as a hedge, enhancing the privacy and curb appeal of your property. Because of the plant's relatively neutral, mild colors will be an excellent addition to just about any area. Black Chokeberry Is Breathtaking In The Fall They are lovely, versatile shrubs that can help you fill in a sparse garden, enhance the front of your home, or add some extra beauty to your backyard. While the shrub is lovely all year, it will become stunning during autumn, producing breathtaking colors and attracting birds to your property.

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Bracken Fern

Bracken Fern

Bracken Fern, or Pteridium aquilinum, is a captivating and ubiquitous fern species that thrives in a wide range of habitats across the globe. This perennial plant, which belongs to the Dennstaedtiaceae family, is a prime example of nature's adaptability and resilience.; Bracken Fern Has Silvery Hair Brown stems covered with silvery gray hair are characteristic of them. Their typical flowering time is in early spring. Their compound leaves are twice as numerous as their triangular leaves. These leaves can be two to four feet long and up to three feet wide. An intricate whorl of three leaves forms at the very base of the stem. Spores grow on the leaves ' underside, starting in the middle to the end of June and continuing into late summer. The fronds will grow again after the first heavy frost in the spring. By the end of summer, the fronds begin to change color, going from brown to a beautiful copper or gold that complements any vivid fall foliage. The thick canopies they create keep the soil wet, making a humid microclimate home to many plants and animals. They are also essential to the habitat's biodiversity since they provide food for some animals, like rabbits. They are perfect for building nests because they have many fibrous fronds, which many birds and small animals use. Create Beautiful Edges and Borders With Bracken Fern Bracken Fern provides a gentle and realistic border that goes well with garden settings. They are great for adding winter beauty to garden borders because of their evergreen leaves. They are a good option for garden borders in regions prone to deer since they are usually resistant to deer grazing. Bracken Fern Makes Soil Healthy  By decomposing leaf litter, Bracken Fern improves soil structure, increases microbial activity, and supplies organic matter to the soil, making it healthier. The fibrous roots of these plants improve drainage and lessen soil compaction by aerating the soil. They also help with nutrient cycling by absorbing and releasing nutrients, stabilizing soil, and preventing erosion.

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Burning Bush

Burning Bush

Burning Bush leaves turn a brilliant shade of fiery red in autumn, adding a splash of color and drama to the landscape. This seasonal transformation makes it an excellent focal point or accent plant in any garden or backyard, providing a captivating view as the weather turns cooler. It is a versatile and visually striking shrub with numerous landscaping benefits. Its unique characteristics and adaptability make it popular among gardeners and landscape designers. It is named after its bright red fall colors, which make for an incredible display. This large, rounded shrub has become ubiquitous in American gardens, forests, and landscaping. Typically planted in spring, it grows somewhat slowly, but if correctly cared for, it can last for many decades.  Where Does Burning Bush Grow Officially designated as Euonymus alatus, they are native to northeastern Asia, specifically Russia, China, Japan, and Korea. It was initially introduced in the United States and Canada for display and has remained popular ever since. They thrive best in forests or thickets, where they can receive a good balance between sunlight, shade, and somewhat moist conditions. It can grow well in many soil types and, therefore, can adapt well to different kinds of woodlands. Today, people commonly plant them alongside fences, roadsides, commercial plazas, and the borders of forests. They can grow from ten to twenty feet tall and equally wide. The stems of this shrub have four ‘wings,’ from which the distinctive deep red leaves grow. Each leaf can grow up to three inches long and one inch wide. When the blooms in the late spring to early summer, you’ll notice the green-looking flower. By late summer to early fall, the fruits manifest as red, round berries enclosed in an orange or yellow capsule. Why Do Gardeners Like Burning Bush Gardeners mainly like the Burning Bush's bold and sprightly bright red appearance. Beyond that, it’s a very adaptable shrub that does well in only moderately moist soil and with partial shade from the sun. It will need weekly pruning to help ensure it remains a manageable size. By the fall, the brilliant red display of the shrub will be at its brightest and most alluring, which is precisely what people who plant this shrub look forward to the most. Burning Bush Blooms A Yellow-Green Bloom They bloom each year from late May through June. The blooms feature small flowers that are usually a yellow-green color. The dense, green foliage of the bushes often obscures the appearance of these flowers. During spring, the leaves become blue and bright red in the fall. From July through October, the flowers mature, turning into small red fruits. The leaves produce a green-brown hue during the winter. The bushes can reach up to 20 feet and be just as wide. Most have multiple corky-textured stems and branches and four ridges resembling square corners. Because of their attractive foliage and spherical shape, they make great focal points in yards and gardens. Their bright crimson leaves and berries add lots of vibrancy to outdoor areas in spring and summer. You can plant a single bush to stand alone or several together to create more extensive decorative accents. They feature a dense, bushy growth habit, making them ideal for creating neat, defined borders and edges. Because of their broad shape, the bushes are suitable for planting in containers around flowerbeds. You can easily prune them to keep the desired border size and shape. Because drought-tolerant, you can even use them in areas with limited soil moisture. Burning Bush Has thick foliage that creates natural privacy. They can create a tall barrier to block views from nearby houses. Their dense foliage remains all year, giving you year-round privacy. These bushes usually grow about a foot each year. Because of how quickly they grow, they are handy for bridging spaces between flower beds, increasing the seclusion they provide. They are easy to shape to the height and density you wish to attain your desired privacy.

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California Privet 2-3'

California Privet 2-3'

California Privet is a popular evergreen shrub frequently used in landscaping due to its numerous benefits and aesthetic appeal. When incorporated into gardens and outdoor spaces, it brings forth its unique attributes, contributing to the overall beauty and functionality of the landscape.  California Privet Reaches 15 Feet Tall California Privet grows exceptionally fast. Within a matter of weeks every spring, it'll grow into trees roughly 15 feet in height and just as wide, making it quite effective as a wind barrier and privacy hedge. It's an attractive tree that sports many white blossoms that contrast nicely with the green leaves and reddish-green petioles. The underside of the leaves turns from forest green to greenish-yellow, creating attractive flashes of color throughout the hedgerow. The Flowers Of California Privet In early spring, hedges of this type sprout white, strong-smelling blooms. The blooms have an earthy, rustic smell that fits with country gardens. The flowers themselves can grow to more than 4 inches in diameter. The hedge also produces smooth, nearly black berries, offering a pleasing contrast to the green oval leaves, greenish-red petioles, and white flowers. California Privet Has Unique Foliage  California Privets grow together to form a veritable wall, the thick branches and stems intertwining beneath the lovely oval leaves. The hedge can also be cut into various shapes in the garden to create eye-catching sculptures to accent various patches of colorful flowers. It's a hardy plant, too, so it will retain its good looks in almost any climate or weather. There are variants of this hedge, too, and they provide pleasing looks through two-toned leaves and flowers of different shades of white. Most often, the secondary leaf color is yellow, while sure of these hedges have greyish-white berries rather than black. Pollinating insects, such as bees and many species of butterflies, visit the flowers all spring. The butterflies provide more color to the mien of any of these hedges. The leaves are also essential in the life cycle of certain butterfly species because the shade they provide is helpful for the caterpillar form of these species. All in all, these hedges are an attractive and influential member of any garden, either as a barrier or after being decoratively sculpted.

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Carolina Allspice

Carolina Allspice

Carolina Allspice blooms delight the senses, emitting a sweet and spicy fragrance reminiscent of ripe strawberries, which adds a delightful ambiance to any outdoor space. The maroon to brown blooms are eye-catching and long-lasting, ensuring a beautiful display throughout the growing season. It is a captivating and versatile plant with numerous landscaping benefits. Native to the southeastern United States, it is cherished for its unique characteristics and aesthetic appeal, making it a famous choice landscape. Carolina Allspice, formally named Calycanthus floridus, is a rounded deciduous shrub that grows in the eastern United States. It's often called sweetshrub in honor of its fragrant deep-red blooms, which are said to carry the scents of strawberry, pineapple, and banana. The shrub adapts to various settings and grows taller in shady areas. Habitat Of The Carolina Allspice It is native to the Southeast. In the wild, it grows along streambanks, shady woodlands, and mixed deciduous forests. When you find this understory shrub on hillsides, clearings, and by woodland edges, its structure will likely be open and sparse. Appearance Of The Carolina Allspice it grows six to nine feet tall and equally wide in cultivated settings. From April to May, the plant produces a bountiful supply of large, solitary, magnolia-like blooms at the ends of its branches. These clustered, maroon to reddish-brown flowers will continue to appear less frequently in June and July. As the weather warms, the blossoms become quite fragrant. The plant itself is aromatic and dense. Its dark, oval-shaped green leaves and smooth grayish-brown bark emit a pleasant scent when scratched or bruised. The plant's glossy foliage will turn yellow to yellow-green in the fall as the flowers yield to form leathery, brown, urn-shaped seed capsules. These pods ripen in September and October and last through the winter, emitting a lovely fragrance when crushed. Transform Your Garden With Carolina Allspice  They make beautiful all-season additions to various garden settings. They are wonderful when planted near outdoor living spaces, walkways, patios, and entrances, where they can serve as privacy screens. The shrub also does well in naturalistic settings, like woodland gardens, and it makes a lovely cutting plant for flower arrangements. Its closely packed branches provide nesting habitat and protective cover for songbirds and small mammals. They also host moths, such as the double-banded zale and the oblique-banded leafroller moth. During the spring and summer, beetles pollinate the shrubs in a process called cantharophily. If you're looking for fragrant, floral shrubs that add richness and depth to your garden, consider planting Carolina Allspice. With their gorgeous blossoms and lush green leaves, you will surely be delighted by their presence.

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Carpet Moss

Carpet Moss

Carpet Moss is a thick, dense, low-growing, and lush green moss species commonly found in shaded, damp environments, forming a dense carpet-like ground cover. It grows densely, creating a low-lying, velvety mat that adds a touch of tranquility to any garden or landscape. It is a versatile and aesthetically pleasing species offering numerous landscaping benefits. It primarily serves as a natural ground cover and an attractive addition to various outdoor spaces in landscaping. Carpet Moss Creates Dense Carpets of Greenery Carpet moss gets its name from its ability to create thick, soft stretches. As it grows across the soil, it creates a charming look reminiscent of high-quality mats. It only grows to one inch in height, so it always has a low, uniform look. It clusters together into such tightly packed mats that you often cannot see the soil underneath, making it an ideal ground cover option. Its rich, emerald green shades help a property look as lively and appealing as possible. It tends to look like a lush, green rug from far away. However, if you look closely at this plant, you'll notice that it consists of dense clusters of small plants. Tiny, feathery fronds peek out of the plant, creating a subtle texture that adds visual appeal to your landscape. Mature can include a blend of bright green, newer stalks, and golden brown, older stalks. All these gentle variations in hue allow it to look even more vibrant and attractive in your yard. How to Landscape With Carpet Moss It is one of the most exciting and versatile plants for a landscape. Some property owners find it can entirely replace grass and create a lush lawn. It is also a charming addition to garden features. Consider setting it between checkerboard pavers to create a life-size chessboard or adding it to a rock garden to create a magical forest appearance. The unique structure of it even allows it to grow over boulders and tree stumps, so landscapers aren't just limited to patches of earth. Adding a whimsical, organic look to your rocks or trees can create a charming pop of green on your property. Enjoy Carpet Moss Throughout the Year As an evergreen perennial, Carpet Moss looks stunning at any time of year. Even in winter, it continues to appear soft and carpet-like. It always maintains its bright, emerald green and golden brown shades, so your property looks lush and colorful even when other plants are dormant.

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Catalpa Tree

Catalpa Tree

Catalpa Tree is a deciduous hardwood known for its large, heart-shaped leaves, showy clusters of white, trumpet-shaped flowers, and long, bean-like seed pods. It is also known for its unique appearance, ease of care, and environmental benefits. A Catalpa Tree is a deciduous family member, which means it's similar to oak or other tall and thick types. Growing this type of product has many benefits, such as helping stabilize soil and preventing erosion caused by excess moisture. Catalpa Tree Reaches 60 Feet Tall This type of natural product can grow to be up to 60 feet in height, making it one of the taller types you can place in a given landscape. It can produce showy flowers that are white or yellow, and it can also create branches that are up to 12 feet around. They develop a fruit akin to an acorn that will drop during the late summer months. Another key benefit is that it can rapidly grow and replenish its leaves. This is beneficial as it will likely become a habitat for birds, caterpillars, and other creatures that might use it to hide from predators or start a colony. The ability to quickly replenish its leaves is a crucial defense against getting sick, as it can be vulnerable to various insects that try to eat or otherwise use them. The sphinx moth caterpillar is often used for bait and tends to be among the species that feed primarily on the leaves. Therefore, you can use this natural resource to help with your fishing and make your property look good. However, it's important to carefully watch for signs of an infestation and take corrective measures to avoid losing a valuable resource. The Catalpa Tree Flowers Have a Pleasant Aroma This natural resource on your property can help cleanse the outdoor air. This is partially because it can absorb carbon dioxide and other pollutants. The flowers also create a favorable fragrance that you and your neighbors will enjoy for as long as they are on your property. The Catalpa Tree has delicate pinkish-white blossoms. The fruit emerges in the form of an elongated cylindrical pod. Because of its cigar-shaped fruit, it is also called a cigar. The Size Of The Catalpa Tree They can reach 60 feet high and 40 feet wide and live for 60 years or more. They grow rapidly at first, but as they get older, the growth spurt levels out. They have a rounded crown and spreading branches, giving the overall effect of a dense business. They are highly adaptable and will happily grow almost anywhere. The fruit they produce is 8 to 15 inches long and turns brown as it matures. The seeds are released when the pods break open in fall and winter. They typically produce white, bell-shaped blossoms with ruffled and fringed edges. They bloom in early spring. The pods that contain the fruit seeds have a few white strands of hair at each end. They take between five and seven years before they begin to display flowers and seed pods every year. On the other hand, produce blossoms and seed pods during the first two years of maturity. The pods are typically a few centimeters wide and up to 30 centimeters long, with the flat seeds inside. The pods may remain attached over the winter, but the seeds mature in autumn. They display large and distinctive leaves. The foliage is 12 inches long and seven inches wide. The leaves are heart—or oval-shaped. The broad leaves can reach one foot in length. The leaves shed annually turn bright yellow in fall and then black as winter approaches. After it dries out, the wood is solid and highly rot-resistant. It's an excellent wood for furniture and fencing. The fibers that emerge from the fruit are commonly used to make rope. They have a solid and extensive root system that can prevent soil erosion.

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Cedar Tree

Cedar Tree

Cedar Trees are known for their aromatic wood, needle-like leaves, and distinctive conical shape. They are often used for lumber and ornamental landscaping. Cedar trees are widely used in landscaping for their aesthetic appeal and numerous practical benefits. These majestic trees are native to various regions, including Eastern North America and Canada. When incorporated into landscaping projects, they can transform the environment, enhance property value, and offer many advantages. It is primarily ornamental and is a member of the conifer family. Of course, this item can offer several benefits to the natural landscape, making it a good investment both now and for future generations. Cedar Trees Get Huge They typically grow between 100 and 130 feet tall, but in some cases, they can grow as tall as 200 feet. Its diameter is about 10 feet, making it much thinner than the oak or maple. Instead of leaves, they grow pine needles in addition to cones that yield fruit with seeds in females. In male types, the cones will produce pollen. There is also a sticky resin inside of them that helps protect them against predators. The Cedar Tree Can Last for Centuries Assuming favorable conditions, Cedar Trees typically live for about 100 years. However, they can live for up to 300 years and stay in your family for generations. In addition, they are easy to propagate, meaning you can get great value for your money both now and for the rest of your life. One of their most significant benefits is a fragrant aroma you'll notice when you walk outside. Depending on how close to your product's house is planted, it may be possible to smell the familiar pine scent just by opening your window. Therefore, growing just a few in your yard can help improve indoor air quality inside and outside your home. Preserve or Reclaim the Natural Landscape Using Cedar Tree This type of Cedar Tree tends to prevent soil erosion or at least stabilize the soil impacted by its root system. It can also attract squirrels, birds, and other creatures, which will help rejuvenate the local landscape further. Ultimately, this can help protect the viability of your property while possibly increasing its value as the landscape heals.

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Christmas Fern

Christmas Fern

Christmas ferns are known for their evergreen fronds that stay green throughout the winter, making them a popular choice for holiday decorations. An evergreen plant that offers numerous landscaping benefits. Its elegant appearance, resilience, and adaptability make it a favorite choice for professional landscapers and homeowners alike. One of the key advantages of incorporating it into landscaping is its aesthetic appeal. Add Year-Round Cover With Christmas Fern The fronds of Christmas ferns are distinctive for their lustrous, dark green coloration. The crownless rootstock produces clusters of fronds that can be one to two feet long. Wintertime sees the delicate, light-green leaves changing color from green to golden. They are great for covering uneven terrain since they spread slowly from dormant rhizomes and develop in clusters. These native plants keep their greenery throughout the year to start photosynthesis earlier. The presence of chlorophyll, which indicates the photosynthesis process is underway, is indicated by the color green. These plants do not flower. They are spore-borne rather than gametophytic. However, they boast verdant foliage from April to the first frost; these silvery green baby fronds, known as fiddleheads, emerge in the early spring as new leaves. Protect the Yard From Soil Erosion With Christmas Fern Christmas Ferns keep their fronds in winter; they press down on fallen leaves to hasten their decomposition and provide nutrients to the soil. This goes a long way in protecting the yard against soil erosion. These plants also stop soil erosion by using their roots to bind the soil together. Plus, when planted firmly in the ground, they create thick barriers made of stems that reduce the rate at which water flows through them. Create Natural Landscapes With Christmas Fern A lot of people like to plant it in their yards because of the texture and foliage they provide. They do a great job at creating natural-looking landscapes. The fact that they are hardy enough to survive light snowfall and cold makes them perfect for winter gardening. They can also handle a large range of soil types and flourish in partly shady or entirely shaded locations. Birds, insects, and even small mammals may find food and refuge under them. The dense vegetation provides excellent cover for ground-dwelling species. The plants conceal prey from predators by shading other animals and invertebrates that feed on the ground.

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Cinnamon Fern

Cinnamon Fern

The Cinnamon Fern is a large deciduous plant characterized by its distinctive, brown-colored fertile fronds standing upright in the center. It is captivating and versatile and has numerous landscaping benefits. This plant, native to eastern North America, has become famous for gardeners and landscapers due to its aesthetic appeal, adaptability, and environmental contributions. Cinnamon Fern grows to a height of 6 feet and spreads about 4 feet on its black stalks. The unfurled pinnae are Kelly green on top, while the fronds in the center of the plant, which give it its name, are dark brown and resemble sticks of cinnamon because they grow straight up. Cinnamon Fern In The Springtime Early in the spring, the central fronds that turn brown later start life as silver-colored fiddleheads. They're covered in fur, too, charmingly "shaking off the cold of winter." The broad fronds on the stalks form a cute rosette around the central stalks. The silver fiddleheads match well with Fescue or Brunner. Those fiddleheads appear early in the year when the top of the plant is clumped together in a cute bundle. As the Cinnamon Fern Opens When the fiddleheads are ready to open, their silver hair turns brown and clings to the base of the pinnae as they expand to their full glory. The large, broad pinnae on 3-foot fronds is the sterile variety. In the center of the plant, the brown-colored fronds with much smaller pinnae are the fertile fronds. The plant's attractiveness comes from the contrast between the two frond types. Secondarily, the contrast between the expanded fronds and any nearby silver flowers they used to match is equally striking. When it comes to the sterile fronds, they can hold almost two dozen pinnae that taper gently in size from large to small, creating a shape that nearly resembles a palm frond made up of pinnae. The Sporangia Of The Cinnamon Fern This plant doesn't have sori. Instead, it has sporangia that surround the stalk of the fertile frond. These turn brown as they open and give the plant its name. Up close, they're made up of tiny dots that wrap around the stalk in delicate, beautiful shapes. From the time the plants peek through until the fiddleheads unfurl, it is about a week during the spring. During this time, you can see the shape of the pinnae and fronds develop and become full members of the garden for that year. Cinnamon Fern makes an attractive, striking, and attention-grabbing entry in any garden, and because they're perennial, they'll be back every year to be a lovely garden anchor.

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Cistena Plum

Cistena Plum

Cistena Plum is an ornamental tree with dark purple foliage and pink blossoms in spring, adding a pop of color to the landscape. It is a purple-leaf cultivar known for its stunning reddish-purple foliage and small edible fruits. Cistena Plum Is A Hybrid Tree Cistena Plum also called the purple leaf sand cherry, is a unique hybrid tree made by crossing several types of decorative cherry trees. This fascinating heritage results in a medium-sized tree with shockingly purple-hued leaves. The entire tree is covered in dense, dark-colored leaves. The leaves can range between deep maroon, dark burgundy, olive green, and ruby red. The unusually bright color makes them stand out from most other trees and shrubs. Ways to Incorporate Cistena Plum Into Your Landscape Purple-leaf sand cherry trees are medium-sized trees that can reach about 10 feet tall. Depending on how you choose to prune them, they can have a short, thick trunk with a wide canopy or a shrub-like appearance with several thin stalks. This versatility makes them popular with homeowners who want accent trees for their property. A few of them situated in a circular flowerbed can look quite dramatic. Bushier versions also work pretty well as a border or privacy hedge. Cistena Plum Has Gorgeous Blooms In Spring Sometime in spring, they bloom. This results in a thick coating of cherry blossoms along each stem and branch of the tree. The flowers are white with a purplish center that contains a spray of purplish stamens. Some variants can look pink due to the blend of purple, red, and white within each flower. The pale color provides an exciting contrast to the dark leaves of the rest of the tree. The petite flowers are usually just an inch or two in width. They drop a fine shower of small, rounded petals as they grow. After providing delicate flowers in spring and colorful leaves in summer, they undergo another transformation in autumn. Cistena Plum begins to grow small, red berries that cluster along each branch. As the months progress, these berries grow into round, glossy fruits that add even more visual appeal to this tree. Leaves darken to a bronze shade in the fall, providing a charming backdrop for the bright reddish-purple fruit.

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Echinacea Plant

Echinacea Plant

The echinacea plant is a famous Spring and Summer blooming pollinator perennial. It's also known as the Purple Coneflower Plant. At maturity, it can grow from 1 to 3 feet in height and serves as a master of the flower garden to attract monarchs, goldfinches, and all types of pollinators and birds. Monarchs flock to these plants at TN Nursery. Go to YouTube and search "TN Nursery Monarchs on Coneflower Plants" to see all the videos Tammy puts on YouTube to prove they flock to them. This is our best-seller perennial, and for a good reason; look at the videos, the proof's here! Echinacea Plant Blooms Light-Dark Purple Echinacea plants are beautiful native perennial flowers with super sturdy stems holding the flowers in place. They have daisy-shaped blooms but are dark purple and very colorful in a sun garden. Depending on the pH of your soil, the blooms range from pale purple to deep purple when the pH is balanced.  Echinacea Plant Has Unique Foliage  This perennial has lanced-shaped leaves and blooms, and they vary in size, often ranging from medium height to larger, making them unfit. They are also a favorite in flower beds and gardens alike. There are other species of coneflowers, known as cultivars. The yellow varieties are well-accented. The Echinacea Plant Does Well In Dry Areas  Echinacea plants prefer the sun and a good drainage area. The spreading petals offer the flower a disc-like appearance, often used in many upscale landscaping designs and schemes. These long-blooming perennials rebloom every spring, offering years of enjoyment in the garden.  They can also thrive in partial shade. Being one of the top pollinator flowers, this is deficient maintenance and easy to care for. It's a wildflower native to the Eastern United States, and some of the D.O.T.s have planted it in interstate mediums to restore the monarch's extinction. They are highly sustainable flowers that you will never tire of due to their ability to ward off pests and diseases, making them highly desirable. TN Nurseries' Absolute Best Selling Plant Of All Times

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Elephant Ear

Elephant Ear

Elephant Ear plants are known for their exceptional greenery, which resembles the ears of their namesake animal. This unique characteristic makes them popular for indoor and outdoor gardening, adding a dramatic flair to any setting. Often lush and expansive, the plant's leaves can grow remarkably large, with some varieties reaching over three feet long. NOT INCLUDED IN THE BOGO FREE This perennial made its debut originating from tropical regions of Asia and parts of Australia, these plants thrive in warm, humid environments. They require a fair amount of care to maintain their stunning appearance, including consistent moisture and well-draining soil. It is crucial to ensure that they are not left in stagnant water to prevent root rot, a common issue with this species. They prefer indirect light but can tolerate various conditions, making them versatile for multiple garden settings. How To Fertilize Elephant Ear Plants Avoid over-fertilizing, as this can result in burn damage on the leaves and diminish their attractiveness. In colder climates, these plants often need to be overwintered indoors, requiring a dormant period with reduced watering to survive until the following season. The Elephant Ear Plant's aesthetic appeal extends beyond its foliage. When provided with the right conditions, some species produce subtle yet appealing inflorescences, which add extra interest to the plant's overall appearance. Elephant Ear Plants Are Stunning In Tropical Gardens Landscapers often use these plants in tropical-themed gardens to create a sense of lushness and exuberance. They pair well with other tropical plants, such as palms and ferns, creating a rich tapestry of textures and greens. When planted in groups, they can form a dense, leafy display acting as a natural privacy screen or backdrop. Gardeners with smaller spaces or those looking for a more controlled growth pattern might opt for container planting. This allows for easier management of the plant's size and soil conditions. Containers can also be moved to optimize light exposure and to protect the plants during unfavorable weather conditions. The Leaves Of The Elephant Ears Is The Star Of The Show Overall, the remarkable size and shape of the leaves make the Elephant Ear Plant a fascinating specimen in any garden. Its care requirements are a small trade-off for the visual impact it offers, making it a cherished plant among enthusiasts and casual gardeners alike. Whether used to enhance a garden's aesthetic, create a natural privacy barrier, or enjoy its tropical allure, the plant offers versatility and beauty that is hard to match.

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Fan Clubmoss

Fan Clubmoss

Fan Clubmoss is a low-growing, evergreen plant with densely packed, needle-like leaves that form a distinctive, fan-like appearance and often cover forest floors. It is a unique and versatile plant with various landscaping benefits. Its unusual appearance and adaptability make it a popular choice for enhancing the aesthetics and functionality of outdoor spaces. Unlike its name may suggest, it is not a true moss but a primitive vascular plant belonging to the Lycopodiaceae family. Fan clubmoss called running cedar or ground pine, looks like a low-growth coniferous plant. However, it is a clubmoss, which is related to ferns. This non-flowering perennial plant was once commonly found across the eastern portion of North America. However, deforestation has dramatically reduced its presence in the wild. Because of its many notable attributes, this plant is an ideal choice to consider adding to your yard. Fan Clubmoss Looks Like Mini Pine Trees This fascinating plant typically grows up to 10 inches tall and a foot wide in ideal conditions. Its pine-looking branches are out, creating a stunning design up close. From farther away, the ground appears to be blanketed in green. Often, the plant has a dark green base that fades to a yellowish-green hue toward the tips of its leaves, creating a lovely effect. Some people trim the plants into a topiary design to add an ornamental touch to their yard. Weed Control With Fan Clubmoss This plant is commonly used for ground cover as it proliferates and stays close to the ground. Because the plants can grow densely together, they can block out sunlight from reaching any vegetation attempting to grow underneath it for optimized weed control. This is a highly adaptable plant that can be incorporated in numerous environments. Generally, it will dry out in drought conditions but return with moisture. At one time, when the plant thrived in its native habitat, this plant was harvested in the wild and used for winter holiday decorations. With the plant growing in your yard, you can easily snip off a few sprigs to dress up your space with a natural touch. The evergreen leaves can also be added to your home decor throughout the rest of the year, such as in a floral vase for a boost of greenery. Minimize Erosion With Fan Clubmoss Fan Clubmoss can absorb considerable water, which is beneficial during heavy rainstorms. It can hold ten times its weight in moisture, offering natural protection in areas prone to erosion.

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Fern Moss

Fern Moss

Fern Moss displays feathery, fern-like fronds and is often found in damp and shady environments. It resembles miniature forest ferns. This delightful and beneficial plant for landscaping projects belongs to the Bryophyte family and thrives in wet and shady environments, making it a perfect choice for various landscaping applications. It is known for its delicate appearance. These plants are widely distributed throughout North America and often add color and beauty to shady, humid gardens. Natural Habitat Of Fern Moss It forms lush, branching carpets on decomposing logs, rocks, and patches of damp soil. They can flourish in various moist, shady environments all year round. They are commonly found along mountain streams and river banks, on hillsides and ravines, underneath trees, and on forest floors. It has feathery triangular fronds arranged in a triple-pinnate structure, with central stems that grow up to 3½" long. The fronds consist of tiny, bumpy leaves that give the fern moss a slightly rough appearance and branch out to create a layered mat with a soft, plush texture. The fronds intertwine to create a colony with a three-dimensional profile. The leaves tend to open in humid air, but they contract against their parent stem or branch in dry air. It can display a spectrum of colors, changing from golden brown to dull yellow-green to bright, then deep green shade and moisture increase. To propagate themselves, they create sporophytes that mature and release spores that can grow into new plants. As they establish themselves, they grow fibrous rhizoids that attach to their new substrates. These thin, root-like rhizoids anchor the plants and pull nutrients and moisture into the fronds. Fern Moss Adds Graceful Charm It can create a tranquil aesthetic and lend a graceful charm to cultivated areas in your landscape. Gardeners often use it as a ground cover in tree-filled areas. This plant can add color and texture to rock gardens and shady regions while providing winter greenery patches. It is a beautiful choice if you're looking to create a microhabitat for small animals in your garden. Songbirds like swallows, vireos, juncos, robins, and warblers use the fronds in their nests to protect their hatchlings and conceal them from predators. Forest Up Your Garden with Fern Moss Adding Fern Moss to your garden is a lovely way to bring the freshness of the forest into your landscape and enhance your time outdoors.

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Fiddlehead Fern

Fiddlehead Fern

Fiddlehead ferns are tightly coiled shoots resembling the scroll of a violin and are often used as a culinary delicacy. Their young, coiled fronds, such as the Ostrich type (Matteuccia struthiopteris), offer several benefits when landscaping projects. These unique and visually appealing plants have been admired for their charming appearance and practical uses in outdoor spaces. Fiddlehead Fern is native to North America, northern Asia, and Europe. In North America, they are most commonly found in Eastern Canada, southern Alaska, and from Maine to Illinois. Matteuccia Struthiopteris gets its name from the crowns it develops in the spring. These crowns or fonds tend to resemble the heads of violins or feathers. The Looks Of Fiddlehead Fern It is famous for its vase shape and tall curled fonds. On average, gardeners can expect them to grow between three and four feet tall and one foot wide. However, once well established, they can grow up to six feet tall and have a width of up to eight feet. They are found naturally in wooded areas that have rivers or streams. It is considered a deciduous perennial that grows upright. They don't develop flowers. Instead, the leaves are bright to medium green. The plant grows its fiddleheads in the spring, and they can reach heights of one and a half feet tall. Where to Plant Fiddlehead Fern in Your Garden They grow well in areas that lack full sun. Gardeners can enjoy planting them in shade gardens, along walls, and around trees and tall shrubs. When they develop their spore-bearing fronds in the summer, gardeners can dry them and use them in flower bouquets or arrangements in vases. It covers frogs and birds, especially robins, wrens, and wood thrushes, which tend to forage in them. These may also attract turtles, butterflies, and bees. Fiddlehead Ferns Companion Plants It grows well next to green ash, Virginia bluebells, wild ginger, swamp buttercup, common elderberry, golden Alexander, and wild blue phlox. It can also be planted under or near the American elm and silver maple tree. It makes beautiful additions to shade gardens and helps fill empty spaces under trees and around shrubs. It also has around water features in any area resembling its natural habitats.

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Flowering Trees Package - 6 Trees Chosen Perfectly For Your Zone

Flowering Trees Package - 6 Trees Chosen Perfectly For Your Zone

In our Flowering Trees Package, you will receive six perfectly selected trees for your growing zone. They will range between three and four feet tall. The horticulturists at TN Nursery will choose the best flowering trees for the kit, which will be custom-selected exclusively for you. PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE ARE A COLLECTION OF PLANTS, NOT SPECIFIC PLANT TYPES. WE CHOOSE TYPES THAT WORK BEST FOR YOUR ZONE ACCORDING TO YOUR ZIP CODE Tips For Caring for Your Flowering Trees Package 1. Choose the right tree: Select a blooming species well-suited to your climate, soil type, and available space. Before choosing, consider sunlight requirements, mature size, and water needs.2. Planting location: Find a suitable place with adequate sunlight and well-drained soil for your blooming type. 3. Proper planting technique: Dig a more comprehensive and slightly shallower hole than the tree's root ball. 4. Watering: Provide regular and consistent watering during the tree's establishment period. Once established, most blooming types can tolerate periods of drought, but it's still important to water during dry spells to maintain their health and vigor.5. Mulching: Mulching helps retain soil moisture, suppresses weed growth, and regulates soil temperature. Ensure the mulch is spread evenly and kept away from the trunk to prevent moisture-related issues or rot.6. Pruning: Prune your blooming types to remove dead, damaged, or crossing branches. Pruning can also help shape the tree and promote healthy growth. However, be cautious not to over-prune, as it may reduce flowering potential.7. Fertilization: Fertilize your blooming type with a slow-release, balanced fertilizer in early spring. Follow the recommended dosage and application instructions provided by the manufacturer. Avoid excessive fertilization, as it can lead to poor growth or damage to the tree.8. Pest and disease control: Monitor your blooming type for signs of pests or diseases. Typical issues may include aphids, caterpillars, fungal infections, or powdery mildew. If detected, take appropriate measures to control the problem, such as using organic insecticides or seeking professional advice.9. Seasonal care: Pay attention to seasonal needs. During blooming and fruiting seasons, provide extra care, such as supplemental watering and protection from strong winds or heavy rains. Protecting young or vulnerable trees from frost or freezing temperatures in colder regions.10. Regular maintenance: Inspect your blooming plant for any signs of damage, stress, or irregular growth. Maintain good overall tree health through proper care and attention.Remember, each blooming species may have specific care requirements, so it's advisable to consult local gardening resources or seek advice from arborists or horticulturists familiar with your particular tree species for more detailed guidance. Flowering Trees Package Picked Just For You When you order a blooming package, you will receive six healthy seedlings between three and four feet tall. The horticulturists at T.N. Nursery will choose the best flowering trees for the kit, custom-selected exclusively for you. When you order, we note your U.S.D.A. growing zone and hand-select a package that will flourish in your local conditions. The blooming package eliminates the "guesswork" and helps ensure a pleasant and successful growing experience. Ordering a blooming package is like having an experienced personal shopper on your team.  Please allow us to delight you--we take great pleasure in hand-curating the perfect selections for your climate.  Enjoy The Flowering Trees Package Sweet Aroma  Are you ready to enjoy beautiful, blossoming trees that will light up your yard with magnificent color? Please place your order for a flowering trees package with T.N. Nursery today.   Flowering Trees can grow over 20 feet tall and enjoy full-lighted areas. These hand-selected items produce full, lush blooms in the spring and summer.

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Hay Scented Fern

Hay Scented Fern

The Hay-Scented Fern is a deciduous fern known for its delicate, finely divided fronds and a distinctive fragrance reminiscent of freshly mown hay when crushed, commonly found in woodland areas. It is a versatile and attractive plant with numerous landscaping benefits. This deciduous plant is native to North America and can be valuable to garden designs, incorporating texture, ground cover, and visual interest. Hay-Scented Fern Characteristics and Usage  The Hay Scented Fern offers gardeners and landscapers a convenient way to provide green ground coverage to any outdoor area. The fronds have a striking appearance due to their intricate leaflets. They also give off a unique scent, which is how they get their name. If you want to plant these intriguing plants in your yard or garden, read on as we tell you what you need to know about them.  Aesthetics Of This native Fern  The short answer is yes. The fronds of the Hay Scented Fern have individually cut leaflets that grow opposite each other. The subleaflets mimic the frond's appearance, resulting in a very intricate design and a microcosm of the plant as a whole. The color of the fronds is a verdant green in the spring and summer, giving way to a golden yellow in the fall - evocative of the colors that we commonly associate with that time of year. So, the Hay-Scented Fern will naturally keep up with the motifs of the changing seasons. The fronds of the Hay-Scented Fern are unique because they grow straight up from the underground rhizome (the stem). The fronds spread over spring and summer to cover the soil below. Hay-scented fern fronds can grow about a foot wide and up to four feet tall They have a blade-like shape that tapers to a fine point. Even at the very tip of the fronds, you can still see tiny leaflets mimicking the overall shape of the leaves. This makes them very intricate plants that evoke awe and wonder at nature's designs, whether you are looking at them up close or from afar. The fern adds a lush, forest-like aesthetic to outdoor areas. It is found in wooded areas in North America and has been added to many landscapes to affect the calm, serene aesthetic of dewy forest with dense undergrowth. Of course, the Hay Scented Fern offers gardeners an easy way to add a touch of green to brown or drab landscape areas. They work exceptionally well as edgers around hardscapes and can be used to replace grass where it may be challenging to grow. Love To Smell Fresh Cut Hay? Hay Scented Ferns Has This Summer Aroma  The beauty of the Hay-Scented Fern does not end with its visual qualities. It entices the sense of smell as well. When the fronds are rubbed, pressed, or otherwise disturbed, they give off a distinct scent of freshly cut hay. The aroma is evocative of the smells we associate with the summer months and adds an immersive element to your yard or garden.  What Does Hay-Scented Fern Offer?  It's clear that the Hay Scented Fern is a beautiful plant, but are there any practical benefits to growing it? Indeed, and here are just a few advantages: They Provide A Habitat for Wildlife - The Hay-Scented Fern provides good cover for small, ground-dwelling animals. So, if you want to make your property a sanctuary for various wildlife, this fern will provide immediate appeal. The spores on the underside of the fronds are also food for certain insects that help enrich the soil.  They Prevent Soil Erosion- This is a deciduous type of fern, which means it sheds its fronds every year only to grow new ones in the spring. This helps to stabilize the soil and prevent erosion from overdrying. The roots of the fern can also help bind the soil. They Are A Native Fern-As a fern native to North America, the hay-scented fern is easy to grow and maintain and helps purify the soil.  Other ferns like this also help remove toxins from the soil and even purify the air. They Keep Away Deer - If you are having trouble with deer damaging your plants, the Hay-Scented Fern can deter them. Lining the edge of your lawn or garden with Hay-Scented Fern can help keep deer away as they are not attracted to this type of plant. Hay-Scented Fern Frequently Asked Questions  Now let's cover some important topics about this fern and how to take care of them:  What is the Hay-Scented Fern Used for?  In suburban gardens, the Hay-Scented Fern is often used as groundcover and to provide some greenery to a landscape. In more rural areas, Hay-Scented Ferns can repel deer and other small, problematic critters.  How Big Do Hay-Scented Ferns Grow? The fronds of the Hay Scented Fern can stretch to about a foot wide. The plant can reach a height between one and four feet at maturity. Their size makes them an excellent choice for small garden areas. And if you have a large area you need to cover, they can spread quickly if you have ample shade. Do Hay-Scented Ferns Like Sun or Shade? The light requirements for Hay Scented Ferns are shaded to partially shaded areas. They also like acidic, moist soil that drains well.  How Do You Plant Hay-Scented Ferns? It's best to plant these ferns in the spring. The hole should be the depth of the rootball itself and twice as wide. The crown should be about ½" below the surface of the soil. Add compost to enrich the soil and help the Hay-Scented Fern grow properly. When Should I Prune Hay-Scented Ferns? Pruning is necessary for these ferns unless fronds or leaflets are yellowing or dying before the season. To prune, cut back the fronds down to the soil line. Any pruning should be done in the early spring after all growth has ceased. Easy and Fun Planting The prime fern specimens we sell here at TN Nursery will have you growing beautiful green plants in no time. Plus, we offer grower direct pricing so you can beautify your garden affordably. Enjoy the beauty and practical benefits of ferns by placing an order today Hay-Scented Fern Smells Like Fresh Hay That's Just Been Harvested Hay Scented Fern Dennstaedtia punctiloba, a deciduous fern, has the aroma of freshly cut hay when crushed. Up to two feet (60 cm) tall, they may extend to three or four feet (0.9-1.2 m) broad. The rhizomes of this fern, which are underground stems, are responsible for the fern's singular growth. The fronds of the hay-scented fern become a delicate yellow in the autumn. This ground cover's long lifespan is a great asset, and it's a hardy native favorite that cleans toxins from the air and the soil.  These ferns form dense clumps and are known to keep deer away. Hay-scented ferns may be found from Newfoundland to Alabama, although the eastern states of North America have the greatest concentration. U.S.D.A. climatic zones 3-8 are home to hay-scented ferns.  Forest floors are carpeted with a lush green carpet of moss and ferns. Meadows, farms, and cliffs are other typical habitats for these plants.  How to Grow a Hay-scented Fern in Your Garden Hay-scented ferns are very simple to grow since they are resilient and quickly establish themselves in the garden. A well-drained region is ideal for these ferns. Add some compost to your soil if it's lacking in nutrients. To keep the ferns from interfering with one other, you should plant them approximately 18 inches (45 centimeters) apart.  Slightly acidic soil is ideal for these ferns, which thrive in partial shade. They will not seem as lush and vibrant when grown in a whole light. Ferns in a Haystack The hay-scented fern are challenging to control once it has taken root and spread. Pulling off part of the spring growth will curb the spread of these stubborn plants if your garden needs it. Caring for a hay-scented fern does take little energy. Fish emulsion fertilizer may be used to restore the color of your ferns if they begin to fade. It has been reported that these ferns may last for a decade. Uses of Hay-Scented Ferns Wildlife Significance of Hay-Scented Ferns The Hay-Scented Fern's environmental significance to animals is pretty poor. Like other ferns, it does not constitute a significant food source; however, a few insects allegedly feed on the spore-bearing fronds. You may use them as a border-edging ground cover and naturalize your landscape with them This hardy fern favorite is native to open woodlands. Its natural elegance can enhance any space, whether it's growing in a pot, adding charm to gardens, or providing flawless ground cover. Decorative Attributes of Hay Scented Fern Also known as dennstaedtia punctilobula, this classy and stylish greenery is both functional and decorative in a laid-back way. The plant has narrow fronds that create bright green leaves throughout the spring and summer. In fall, the fronds turn golden yellow to display a stunning seasonal color. These plants provide superior ground cover, and because of their decorative qualities, the fragrant ferns can add texture and splashes of bright greenery to shade gardens. The greenery also makes a unique and striking border for garden beds. Scented types exude an aroma of freshly cut hay in the late summer, which is how this plant got its name. The wonderful aroma smells like summer itself, with the fragrance of freshly mowed lawns hanging sweetly in the warm air. When the stems are disturbed or broken, they release a fresh, summery fragrance. Perhaps because of this scent, the plant repels rabbits and deer, which many gardeners appreciate. Because these deciduous plants lose their leaves in late fall and early winter, they produce fresh growth throughout the spring and summer because they are shade perennials. Hay Scented Fern Reaches 2 feet in height at maturity Unlike many other species, Hay Scented Fern has individual fronds that grow almost straight up from an underground stem called a rhizome. Plants can be up to two feet tall and four feet wide. The feathery, finely textured fronds are appreciated for their lush and abundant appearance. After emerging from the creeping underground stems, the fronds spread slowly, forming clusters of bright green carpeting over the ground. Abundant little leaflets give the fronds their lush, feathery appeal. Hay Scented Fern Has Unique Foliage  The small leaflets have finely serrated margins and pointy, lance-shaped tips positioned alternately along the length of the stem. The fronds provide a stunning explosion of vibrant green foliage, making a spectacular backdrop for any surrounding landscape.

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Lady Fern

Lady Fern

The Lady Fern is a delicate, feathery-textured fern with finely divided, lacy fronds often found in moist, shaded woodland environments. It is a graceful and versatile fern species that offers a range of benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. The fern's delicate fronds, adaptability, and aesthetic contributions make it a sought-after choice for enhancing outdoor spaces. The Lady Fern Can Get 5 Feet Tall Lady Fern, scientifically known as Athyrium filix-femina, is a natural perennial that can reach a height of five feet. Their large, lacy leaves are a brilliant green, each growing as wide as a foot. The leaves are a verdant green as the summer progresses, but they turn a golden yellow as winter approaches. The stems of the fronds might be green, purple, or red. As the temperature decreases in the autumn, the leaves fall off; they always grow back in the spring. A cluster of these plants will form around the original plant as they spread out from a core base. They are more tolerant of dry soils than other plants and can even handle partial sunshine in damp soil. Lady Fern Helps Fight Soil Erosion  The rhizome root systems of Lady Fern plants play a significant role in soil stabilization. You can use the fronds that fall from them as mulch. These plants also enhance soil erosion prevention through their dense plant cover and unique slope adaptation. Because of their fibrous root systems and thick, verdant foliage, they are great for creating homes for animals in their native environments. Many small animals, like beetles and spiders, find cover and a place to lay their eggs among the complex fronds while the plant protects them from danger. Birds and other animals, including amphibians and reptiles, feed on the plant's decaying matter, fungi, and other organic material in the soil and leaf litter for sustenance. The Lady Fern Has Been Around For Millions Of Years  They have been around for a long time in American woods, but they've just lately become popular as landscaping plants. They work excellently as garden borders, which helps keep certain animals away. With their somewhat tall stature, they are also perfect for layering borders in the garden. They provide a lovely low-front or mid-height addition when planted toward the front or center of the border, respectively.

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Loblolly Pine Tree

Loblolly Pine Tree

Loblolly Pine Tree is a tall evergreen with long, slender needles and large, brown cones. It is recognized for its economic importance in the timber industry and widespread distribution in the southeastern United States. The Loblolly Pine Tree is an evergreen member of the conifer family. Instead of leaves, it grows pine needles and brown cones that contain seeds that produce the next generations of them. Physical Characteristics of Loblolly Pine Tree This conifer typically grows about 100 to 130 feet tall and has a typical diameter of less than 10 feet. However, in specific environments, it can exceed 150 feet tall and more than 20 feet around. The needles fall off every two years, most during the late fall or winter months. On average, they will grow about two feet per year. The Loblolly Pine Tree Is Highly Versatile If you want something that will soak up a significant amount of water, acquiring this product may be in your best interest. Alternatively, you can use smaller versions of these as landscaping tools to add color to your garden or create a natural border that will make your garden pop. As these tend to grow relatively quickly, you can use them as a privacy shield to keep your neighbors from prying into your business. As with other conifers, the needles on this natural resource will create a strong and favorable aroma throughout the year. The pinecones also tend to create their own aroma, which can help make your home more relaxing and comfortable. You may also be able to use the needles or cones to create cleaning products that offer a natural scent. Improve the Air Quality With Loblolly Pine Tree From TN Nursery In addition to their fragrant aroma, Loblolly Pine Tree can take excess carbon dioxide out of the air. Interacting with higher carbon dioxide levels can help protect the tree during cooler weather. Therefore, you benefit from better outdoor air while helping yours survive for many years.

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Maidenhair Fern

Maidenhair Fern

The Maidenhair Fern is a delicate, deciduous plant with finely divided, fan-shaped fronds and distinctive black stems, adding an elegant touch to shaded gardens and moist woodlands. It is an aesthetically pleasing plant that offers a range of benefits when used in landscaping. Its unique characteristics and visual appeal make it famous for outdoor and indoor spaces.  The Maidenhair is prized for its delicate leaves and long lifespan. The scientific name is Adiantum SPP, and it's part of 250 species of these plants, including the Northern, Delta, and Southern Maidenhair ferns. The Greek part of the plant's official name means unwetted, and it gets that name from its ability to shed water without getting damp. These plants are native to the Himalayas, East Asia, and the eastern part of North America. Maidenhair Fern's Leaves  Adiantum spp are prized for their fan-shaped leaves. They are known to make excellent houseplants and usually grow between one and two feet tall and the same width. Their stems are wiry black, while the leaves are bright green. Gardeners can expect them to reach their full height in three years, and with proper care, they can live up to 15 years. Maidenhair Fern Grows Well In Pots  Adiantum SPP grows well in pots, containers, and terrariums and can be replanted as it outgrows its container. It also makes great container plants and can be planted in shade gardens and hosta gardens. The Adiantum SPP is known for its air purification qualities. The leaves draw in airborne toxins and are used as nutrients, helping them clean the air wherever they are planted. They also release moisture, which can help combat dry indoor air. When the Adiantum SPP is grown outdoors, it can help stabilize loose soil and cover wildlife, including frogs, lizards, and birds. Birds will sometimes use the dried frons to line their nests. Companion Plants For Maidenhair Fern  The Adiantum SPP can be grown with other flowers and ferns, including the strawberry begonia, coral bells, ginger, woodland geraniums, bloodroot, hostas, hellebores, and pulmonarias. Gardeners can enjoy the calmness of Maidenhair Ferns indoors and outdoors. They make excellent potted plants and look wonderful around water features and along hillsides. They can also be combined with other ferns and flowers to create eye-catching garden beds.

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Mimosa Tree

Mimosa Tree

The Mimosa tree is a favored option in landscaping due to its distinct characteristics and aesthetic appeal. Native to Asia and commonly called the Silk Tree, it has gained popularity worldwide for its visual and environmental benefits. One of the standout features of the stunning tree is its graceful, fern-like foliage. The bipinnate leaves create a delicate and airy texture, adding a touch of elegance and classiness to any landscape. The Mimosa Tree is famous for its silk flowers. Italian nobleman Filippo degli Albizzi introduced it into Europe in the 1700s. Native to southwestern and eastern Asia, it is part of the Fabaceae family. Discover The Stunning Pink Blossoms Of Mimosa Tree One of the reasons people love this plant so much is the silky pink blossoms. Once these blossoms appear, they don’t go away quickly. In fact, they can remain for up to four months. The flowers have a long, silky silhouette, which is why the plants are known as Persian silk. Mimosa Tree Is An Exceptionally Cold-Hardy Plant This lovely plant is exceptional because of its ability to withstand freezing temperatures. This is one of the reasons why it blossoms throughout the United States. In addition, this lovely plant can handle dry heat during the summertime as well. Mimosa Tree Is A Low-Sized Plant Perfect for Landscapes While different plant species will grow 80 feet tall or higher, you don’t have to worry about these plants getting too high. This plant will usually only grow up to 15 feet tall. You can also prune it if you want to keep it shorter. Once it is in your landscape, you can enjoy having it as a focal point because of its short stature. Thanks to the plant’s stunning flower display, this plant will turn heads. The silken flowers aren’t popular with just gardeners. Once the flowers appear, this plant is beautiful to hummingbirds and butterflies. The flowers look like they are made of bright, thin silk threads, drawing the butterflies and birds in. From June to July, you can spend your weekends bird-watching as local birds discover this beautiful plant. Whether you want a shaded spot in your garden or truly unique flowers, Mimosa Tree is sure to please. Since some varieties only grow to a short height, this plant can be a focal point in your garden. Best of all, you can enjoy four months of lovely blossoms every year.

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Miracle Grow Single Packs - Enhance Growth and Vibrance 400%

Miracle Grow Single Packs - Enhance Growth and Vibrance 400%

1 Pack Will Fertilize one tree or shrub.1 Pack Will Fertilize Upto 3 Perennials, Vines or 2 Ferns. Miracle-Gro Watering Can Singles is a product that mixes with water to make plant feeding easy and convenient. Here are some key features and benefits of this product: Convenient, Pre-Measured Packets: The product comes in pre-measured packets, which means you don't need to measure the right amount of plant food each time you want to feed your plants. This convenience eliminates the mess associated with traditional plant feeding methods. Enhance Vibrance & Growth By 400% With Miracle Grow Quick, No-Mess Way to Feed: The pre-measured packets dissolve quickly in water, providing a no-mess way to feed your plants. This is particularly useful for indoor and outdoor gardening to avoid spillage or over-feeding. Feed Every 1-2 Weeks: The product is formulated for regular feeding, typically recommended every 1-2 weeks. Miracle Grow Gives The Perfect Amount Every Time This consistent feeding schedule ensures that your plants receive a steady supply of essential nutrients to support their growth. Promotes Growth: Miracle-Gro Watering Can Singles contain crucial nutrients that start working instantly when applied to your plants. This rapid action promotes quick and healthy plant growth, helping them thrive. Grows Plants Twice to 3 times as Big With Miracle Grow According to the product description, when used as directed, Miracle-Gro Watering Can Singles can result in plants growing twice as big compared to unfed plants. This suggests that the nutrient-rich formula can significantly impact the size and health of your plants. In summary, this product offers a convenient and effective way to nourish your plants, with the added benefit of promoting robust growth. It's suitable for any plant and popular among gardeners looking for an easy-to-use plant food solution.

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Natchez Crepe Myrtle

Natchez Crepe Myrtle

Natchez Crepe Myrtle is a tall, deciduous shrub or small tree with pristine white flowers, smooth, exfoliating bark, and attractive foliage. It is a popular choice for ornamental landscaping and offers many benefits when integrated into landscaping designs, making it a highly sought-after choice for enhancing outdoor spaces. It has everything from stunning flower clusters to a beautiful curb appeal. Once it blooms, you can enjoy having elegant flowers for the entire summer. The flowers are so dense that it looks like the tree is covered in snow. You don't have to search any further for a garden favorite that you are sure to please. Natchez Crepe Myrtle Is a Lovely Focal Point Some plants were made to blend into the background, but not this tree. You can't go wrong with this option if you want a focal point for your yard. The lush green leaves look beautiful for most of the year. When autumn hits, this tree turns fiery red and orange. The leaves and flowers aren’t the only thing that stands out. You'll notice a lovely cinnamon color if you look at the smooth bark. This outer bark peels in the summertime to reveal a beige bark underneath. Natchez Crepe Myrtle Is A Perfect Tree Height While some trees can extend 50 to 80 feet into the sky, this tree is known for attaining a reasonable height. Once it reaches full maturity, it will stand just 20 feet high. This makes it an ideal tree for your garden or backyard. Plus, it is known for proliferating, which means you can plant it and enjoy its height in just a few years. Use Natchez Crepe Myrtle for Long-Lasting Blooms Natchez Crepe Myrtle stands out with its flower blooms. Many perennial plants only bloom for a couple of months or less, but this tiny tree blooms for up to five months a year. The tree produces white flowers that grow in lovely clusters in spring and summer. When the blooms stop, it is time for autumn and stunning red-orange leaves. When you start working on your landscaping, you want it to look fabulous immediately. Natchez Crepe Myrtle can help because of its speedy growth. Gardeners can expect this plant to grow 3 to 5 feet a year until it reaches maturity. This means it only takes a year or two for the plant to start looking like a tree after you purchase it from a plant nursery. Before long, you can relax under the shade of the green foliage and enjoy its white flowers.

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New York Fern

New York Fern

The New York Fern is a native, deciduous species with delicate, lacy fronds and a distinctive appearance, commonly found in Eastern North American woodlands. These medium-sized ferns offer a delightful display of yellow-green fronds that carpet the forest floor. The fern has a delicate blade shape with a triangular leaf structure. The plant's blade is most comprehensive in the middle and tapers sharply at both ends. The New York Fern is a type of plant that grows well throughout the eastern part of North America, and it's found in large numbers throughout New York. This perennial is what you need to fill specific spaces in your yard that would benefit from greenery but might not be as friendly towards some of the flowers that currently occupy your space. Let's see why this plant might fit your current landscape well. New York Fern Reduces Soil Erosion and Weed Growth The fern is typically used as ground cover in areas where grass and other plants don't do as well. As a result, filling these spaces comes with some benefits. First, this plant takes root to prevent soil erosion in areas where soil isn't being kept in place by root systems. As an added benefit, the growth of this lush green plant throughout your yard makes it difficult for weeds to take root, preventing unwanted weed growth. New York Ferns Absorbs Airborne Pollutants These plants are adept at capturing pollutants from the air, making it easier for you to breathe and enjoy your outdoor space. If you're constantly bothered by dust or pollen, consider adding this plant to your landscape and others known to improve air quality. Add Bio-Diversity To Your Garden With The New York Ferns Biodiversity is essential on any property, and you'll find that this plant is a friend to local wildlife. For example, this ground cover is known to serve as an excellent cover for certain animals like toads. The better news? It's not a plant typically sought after by larger animals like deer, which means it will cover other animals until the cold weather comes in. New York Fern is a fast-growing plant that will quickly establish itself in your space, and trailing rhizomes will constantly be shooting up additional fronds that provide an even thicker look to your space. If you're looking for something hard to ruin and will start thriving in specific spaces almost immediately, this is the ground cover to go with.

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Ostrich Fern

Ostrich Fern

The Ostrich Fern is a large, deciduous fern with graceful, feathery fronds that resemble ostrich plumes. It is commonly found in moist woodland areas and is prized for its ornamental value. The plant is a magnificent and beneficial plant with several advantages in landscaping projects. The Tall and Lovely Ostrich Fern Ostrich Fern is an attractive dimorphic plant that gardeners use all year round to beautify their patches. In its nonfertile state, the plant grows to a height of 6 feet, the gorgeous fronds resembling plumes, hence the plant's name. In its fertile state, which occurs in the fall and early winter, it is much smaller. However, The shape is attractive, so it still provides pleasing shapes in a garden, even if that shape changes. The Different Phases of Ostrich Fern When nonfebrile, it is a rich, almost Kelly green, the arching fronds swooshing enticingly in the breeze. It contrasts with other blooming plants and serves as a color anchor in a garden of flowers. They're hardy, too, so you can plant them nearly anywhere to beautify a particular place. Although they aren't green and sweeping in the winter, they're still attractive as they survive the cold and snow while the perennials sleep until spring. First, Ostrich Fern's extensive root system is an excellent soil stabilizer, and the other plants in the garden will benefit thereby because its roots prevent erosion and nutrient loss in the soil. Second, they are a boon to various garden-dwelling wildlife. Several species of butterflies and beneficial insects rely on plants like it for shelter and as a place for egg laying and pupae maturation. Perhaps best of all, although fiddleheads are a delicacy for people when cooked, animals don't like their taste. So, you won't have to worry about rabbits, deer, and other woodland creatures venturing into the garden for a snack. The Serenity Of Ostrich Fern Feng shui practitioners rely on it to bring harmony to a dwelling and the adjacent garden. The way it morphs back into a verdant, thriving plant after being so much smaller throughout the winter also indicates a symbolism of new beginnings.

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Ostrich Fern

Ostrich Fern

Ostrich Fern is a deciduous species typically found in moist woodlands and meadows. It is characterized by its distinctive pinnate fronds and preference for limestone-rich soils. This captivating and versatile plant offers many benefits when utilized in landscaping projects. With its unique characteristics and striking appearance, this fern can contribute to various outdoor spaces' aesthetic appeal and ecological balance. Vibrant, feathery leaves are the most attractive feature of this verdant plant. It typically grows in a clearing or meadow, but it will happily take root in your yard if you plant it in the correct location. Thanks to its hardiness, you can enjoy having this plant’s lovely colors for a large portion of the year. It can survive during the winter, so you won’t have to replant it each spring. Ostrich Fern's Characteristics Scientists know this plant as the Diplazium pycnocarpon. It grows using creeping rhizomes, so it can quickly fill a garden bed once it is established. Because of this, gardeners commonly use it as a background plant. It can be put in the back of your bed to create a backdrop for more colorful flowers. Using Ostrich Fern For Native Gardens In recent years, native landscaping techniques have become a popular trend nationwide. Because this plant is native to the United States, it will grow in various locations. Ideally suited for the shade, it produces graceful arches and tall fronds. Other than native plant gardens, it is also famous for woodland gardens. The Stunning Fronds Of Ostrich Fern The most significant selling point of Ostrich Fern is its fronds. Once the plant reaches full size, the fronds resemble gigantic feathers. When grown in an area with enough shade, these fronds develop a lovely, light green color. These fronds can grow up to 4 feet tall. After they reach maturity in the summer, they are typically taller than an average child. Because of their vivid color, Ostrich Ferns are popular in professional and personal landscape designs. The leaves grow in bilateral rows on either side of the frond. When it is time to reproduce, some of the fronds produce spores. It can also reproduce by sending out stolons underneath the ground. Each frond grows in a bunch known as a colony, typically including about five to six fronds. While this stunning plant loves growing near ponds, lakes, and rivers, it can also enjoy growing in your garden.

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Overcup Oak Tree

Overcup Oak Tree

Overcup Oak Tree is a medium to large deciduous tree with distinctive acorns partially enclosed by a deep, warty cup. It is known for its tolerance to wet conditions and for providing valuable habitat for wildlife. It is a remarkable and helpful addition to any landscaping project, offering many benefits that enhance outdoor spaces' aesthetic and environmental aspects. Its distinctive characteristics and contributions make it a sought-after choice for various landscaping endeavors. The Overcup Oak Tree is named after the acorn it produces, which has a wooden case on top. It is a white type, meaning it will produce acorns faster than other versions of this item. Let's take a closer look at what this product looks like and the benefits of planting it on your property. The Overcup Oak Tree Has Male & Female Flowers This is classified as monecious as it can produce both male and female flowers simultaneously. Like other plants, it can grow to dozens of feet tall and develop a robust root system. The canopy contains rounded leaves instead of pointy, which is one of the easiest ways to identify this item in nature.  The Overcup Oak Tree Will Generate Strong Roots The primary benefit of buying these types is that they will develop a robust root system. This root system generally takes hold shortly after being planted into the ground. Therefore, you may notice reduced erosion and better soil quality within weeks or months of growing them. The best reason to buy this type of product is that the acorns can accomplish many different goals. For instance, if you're looking for wildlife to come back to your yard, the acorns will attract squirrels. The plant will attract birds and other animals that might shelter inside them. Finally, the acorns themselves can grow into seedlings if left alone. In many cases, the squirrels that eat them can also help to disperse them. Any acorns that aren't eaten will then be in a prime spot to grow. Overcup Oak Tree Are Strong  As the Overcup Oak Tree grows large and strong, you don't need many to reclaim your landscape. Within a few years, you should notice that your landscape is safe from erosion or extremely wet conditions. This is generally true even if you live on a slope or are otherwise in an area vulnerable to mudslides or other severe disasters.

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Pin Oak Tree

Pin Oak Tree

Pin oak is a large deciduous tree with distinctive deeply lobed leaves and tiny acorns. It is known for its pyramidal shape and tolerance of wet soil conditions, making it a popular choice in landscaping. The pin oak, also known as Quercus palustris, is an especially common type for landscaping purposes in its native area. This is partially because it grows relatively fast, at a rate of approximately 2 feet a year. It generally reaches a final height of 60-80 feet, sometimes exceeding 100 feet, while its spread tends to be around 25-40 feet. Its usual lifespan is 120 years. Locations The Pin Oak Tree Likes Their native area is a swath of land from New England to North Carolina in the east and westward to Kansas and Oklahoma. They are also found in extensive numbers in Indiana and Ohio. Of course, they are also found in other parts of the world, the United Kingdom and Australia being notable examples. They tend to be located in damp areas, particularly near lakes, rivers, and streams, as well as in wet, low-lying places. The "palustris" part of its alternate name accurately describes this tendency as it means "of swamps." However, they do not grow at high elevations, roughly anywhere from 1,100 feet in elevation and above, or on sloped surfaces. Distinctive Canopy Of The Pin Oak Tree One way this type of greenery stands out from similar ones is its canopy. That is because the branches towards its lower portion tend to point downwards; the ones in the middle are usually pointing nearly directly to the sides, and branches at the top are usually pointing upwards. The Leaves Of The Pin Oak Tree The leaves have five or seven points on their lobes. They are usually 2-6 inches long and 2-4 inches broad. Because it is deciduous, its leaves are shed every fall and regrown every spring. That said, some younger ones of this type, such as those with a height of 20 feet or less, keep leaves through the winter. The Pin Oak Tree is easy to transport because they have shallow, fibrous roots with no accompanying taproots. This root system also allows it to adapt to flooded conditions.

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Pitch Pine Tree

Pitch Pine Tree

The Pitch pine tree is a rugged, evergreen native to eastern North America, characterized by its long, dark green needles, rough bark, and the production of resin-rich "pitch" that has various commercial uses. The Pitch Pine Tree is also known as Pinus rigida. The latter term means that it is stiff (rigid) and has needles, which are thin, long, and sharp leaves. Those needles are stiff as well. They can live for 200 years and have been used to make things like paper, lumber, pulp, and turpentine, while their high levels of resin, which preserve them from decay, have resulted in them being used in the building of ships in the past years. Locations Of The Pitch Pine Tree They are predominantly located in an area that covers much of the Northeast United States and stretches down to around the Tennessee-North Carolina border—i.e., an area focused on the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Small parts of Georgia and South Carolina are included as well. North of the border, this type of greenery is found in limited numbers in Ontario and Quebec.  Size Of The Pitch Pine Tree This type is on the smaller side. It usually grows to around 20-100 feet in height and extends by about a foot per year for the first 60 years of its life, assuming that the conditions are optimal. Its needles are usually about 2-5 inches long, while its cones tend to be 2 inches long. One way they stand out is through their irregular shape. For example, they tend to possess twisted branches and do not effectively engage in self-pruning, which is the shedding of damaged or shaded branches. However, this type's trunk is usually mostly straight with a gentle curve. Pitch Pine Trees Can Take Lots Of Heat Pitch Pine trees can regenerate at a high level, utilizing their basal roots, which dig far into the soil if necessary. This helps them survive fire damage, and their thick barks help protect their trunks against that threat. In addition, their cones are sealed with resin, which requires heat, such as from a fire, to open. So, in the worst-case scenario, those cones would open, and their seeds would be spread, resulting in a new generation being grown in the area.

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Pokeberry Plants

Pokeberry Plants

Pokeberry Plant is a herbaceous perennial known for its large, upright clusters of pink to deep purple berries and tall, robust stems. Its distinctive features contribute to a blend of aesthetic, ecological, and functional aspects, making it an unconventional option for specific landscaping scenarios. Pokeberry Plant is an excellent choice for those looking for a large, exciting shrub. It can reach 10 feet tall and is a multi-stem type with several narrow branches springing out of the ground and stretching outwards. Its structure creates an attractive vase shape that is usually wider than it is tall. The perennial goes dormant in the winter but comes back each spring to add more visual appeal to your property. Discover the Stunning Leaves Of The Pokeberry Plant It has large, green leaves irregularly spaced across it. They tend to grow in more significant numbers along the top of it, but some are still present on the trunk. The foliage can get up to 16 inches long and have a thin, slightly rippled surface. Their bright, kelly-green color contrasts pleasantly with its colorful stems. Its thick, shiny stems range from reddish brown to bright purple. The bright colors give it a particularly lively-looking appearance. The Unusually Eye-Catching Berries Of The Pokeberry Plants Starting in the summer, it begins to produce stunning berries. It creates long, red stems with berries hanging from its upper branches. The berry clusters are around six inches long and two inches wide. The round berries have a shiny coating and range from medium purple to deep black. Their vivid colors and exciting textures ensure this bush stands out no matter where you place it on your property. Discover the Uses of Pokeberry Plants Pokeberry Plants' shape makes them a popular choice for those who need taller ones to fill in the gaps in large flower beds. It can provide a pleasant backdrop for other flowers, but its coloration and berries are intriguing enough to help it stand out independently. Some property owners like to put it in rows alongside their houses or use clumps to frame ponds and walkways. No matter its location, the large leaves and vivid hues provide landscapers with a lot of texture, color, and visual interest.

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Red Maple Tree

Red Maple Tree

Red Maple trees are native to North America and are known for their striking spring scarlet flowers, brilliant fall foliage, and distinctive twigs and leaf stems. They are versatile and aesthetically pleasing choices for landscaping and offer various benefits that enhance outdoor spaces. With their striking foliage, adaptable nature, and environmental contributions, red maple trees have become popular residential and commercial landscaping options.  Regarding gardens, the Red Maple Tree is a particular case because it often exceeds 100 feet in height. Its imposing nature and brilliantly colored foliage during the spring and fall make it a breathtaking sight in any garden. It is a focal point because it will dominate any garden landscape. The Flowers Of The Red Maple Tree Comes When It's 8 Years Old This plant will produce blooms when it is roughly eight years old. When the flowers emerge from them, they are tiny and scarlet, giving this maple its name. Interestingly, these pretty little flowers appear as early as December each year so that they will add splashes of crimson to the winter landscape in the garden. The male and female flowers are each a different shade, adding to the color palette of this stately plant. The flowers of this plant fade by the end of May, but the plant still looks like it's got flowers in bloom after pollination of the flowers. After the flowers fall away, beautiful samaras form in clusters throughout the summer, contrasting with the leaves. The Leaves Of The Red Maple Tree The leaves are lush and verdant, and they have one of the most famous shapes of any leaf in the plant kingdom. However, as the leaves turn colors in the autumn, they're not just one color. Gorgeous streaks of orange and yellow form throughout them, creating an almost kaleidoscopic effect as the eyes take in the majesty of the plant. Because this plant has so many colors, it goes well with many perennials of different shades, accentuating the colors of the other plants in the garden and vice versa. Because it is such a large plant for any garden, it's just right as a host for epiphytic plants to grow upon it. In this way, this plant can be integrated into the garden. Environmental Impact Of The Red Maple Tree Red Maple Tree is a necessary part of the food cycle as winter turns to spring, particularly for bumble bees. Because it flowers so early, it provides an exceptional source of pollen and nectar for hungry pollinators before almost any other plants bloom or produce leaves. These plants also help prevent soil erosion with their root systems, especially in wet climates.

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Red Osier Dogwood

Red Osier Dogwood

One of the benefits of Red Osier Dogwood is its stems. These brilliant red branches stand out against the white backdrop of snow, creating a visually appealing contrast that adds interest to the landscape. Additionally, the shrub's deciduous foliage turns a rich burgundy in the fall, contributing to the seasonal variety and enhancing the overall appeal of the landscape. Red osier dogwood, sometimes called red twig rather than osier, is a deciduous shrub that stands out for its distinct coloring, prominent size, and much more. If you're looking to vary the look of your space and incorporate something different that stands out among some of your other plants, this is a beautiful choice. Here's how this shrub can elevate your garden to the next level. Red Osier Dogwood Adds Color Throughout the Year It is a uniquely colorful shrub with something to offer your garden throughout the year. In the early summer, small bunches of white flowers bloom and add a touch of delicate beauty to your space. After blooming, this shrub produces white berries and leaves that start to turn with the seasons. When everything falls off the shrub, it reveals the vibrant crimson branches underneath, providing color throughout the year. Red Osier Dogwood Attracts Rare Wildlife and Pollinators  Both the flowers and the berries of this shrub serve as food sources for butterfly larvae, songbirds, and bees. Not only will these be a joy to see flittering and floating about your garden, but they also pollinate the flowers of this shrub and surrounding plants. There are some areas of our yard where we need help growing most plants. But is that an issue with this shrub? It actually loves moisture, making it more well-suited for areas of your property where other things may not take. Better yet, it proliferates and is relatively hardy. These shrubs can reach a towering six to nine feet tall and wide, so they'll make themselves known once they've established themselves in your yard. Red Osier Dogwood Helps With Soil Erosion Red Osier Dogwood spreads fast, which can be beneficial if you're growing it in areas where the spreading root systems can take hold and reduce the soil erosion your space would otherwise encounter. If you're tired of looking at roots, these shrubs may also reduce the amount of weed growth in the area. It's a bonus as you see beautiful shrubs yearly and benefit from weedless, healthy soil.

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Redwood Tree

Redwood Tree

Redwood Tree one of the most striking features of this giant specimen is its remarkable growth pattern. When young, this tree can reach towering heights of up to 100 feet, with a narrow, pyramidal shape, gradually maturing into a more rounded, conical form as it ages. Metasequoia glyptostroboides is a remarkable tree with several distinctive landscaping attributes, making it a sought-after choice for gardens and public spaces. Native to China, this deciduous conifer has a unique blend of characteristics that sets it apart from other trees, making it a valuable addition to any landscape design. The Redwood Tree is among the most recognizable species, garnering appreciation for its size and magnificence. Several species, including the Sequoia and the Seqoiadendron, are recognized for growing more than 300 feet tall with massive trunks and broad foliage. Smaller species of this conifer can grow 60 feet or more. What can you expect with this new addition thriving in your yard? The Beauty Of Redwood Tree While several species grow to different heights and branch circumferences, all are admired for their grandeur and beauty. They can live for hundreds of years or more, so their beauty can be appreciated as long as you own your house. The pine needles have a unique, fascinating look with short, downturned needs that grow thickly in a bunch. The bark has a distinctive look with its solid texture and reddish-brown coloring. Excellent Shade With Redwood Tree If you are searching for a species that provides ample shade for your yard, it is challenging to find a more suitable species than this one. This is the tallest species in the world. The tallest one known stands 379 feet tall. With most other common species growing only 20 to 50 feet tall, this option produces far greater shade for you. As a result, it can enhance how you use your yard. With their stunning size, the sequoias are a habitat for many animal species. These include salamanders, newts, and slugs. They also include raccoons, spotted owls, pine martens, and murrelets. Larger mammals, such as elk and deer, are also attracted to them and are familiar with habitats with sequoias. The Rapid Growth Of Redwood Tree Depending on the Redwood Tree selected for your yard, you can take advantage of annual growth of two to 10 feet per year. Even when grown from a seedling, you could have a 50-foot sequoia in your yard within five years. This rapid growth is ideal for those who want to enjoy the beauty and functionality of a large shade tree in their yard without a long wait.

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Reindeer Moss

Reindeer Moss

Reindeer Moss is a grayish-white lichen often found in arctic and subarctic regions. It provides essential forage for reindeer and caribou. Reindeer moss is a unique and versatile organism that offers several benefits when utilized in landscaping projects. Its distinctive appearance and hardy nature make it a popular choice for enhancing outdoor spaces in creative and sustainable ways. The Beauty of Reindeer Moss Reindeer Moss is a hearty organism known for its unusual color and elegant appearance. Known for its unique shape, this light-colored fruticose organism grows on forest floors and rocky landscapes in subarctic and arctic regions. Despite the name, this organism is not a plant—Lichen forms from the symbiotic relationship between algae and fungi. Gardeners can bring a touch of this lichen's magic to their gardens and landscaping. It gets its name from its unique shape. The lichen's shape resembles a reindeer's antlers. This organism consists of a base known as a squamule. Squamules are scaly green structures that spread along the ground. They are soft to the touch. On the tips of the lichen's branching stems, brown knobs produce spores. As the lichen grows, it forms soft, tight clusters. It can grow up to three inches high. Colors of Reindeer Moss Gardeners can find this lichen in a variety of shades. Bright gray varieties are reminiscent of this beautiful lichen's arctic origin. Other available colors include white, cream, yellow-gray, and yellow-green. Adding Reindeer Moss to Your Landscaping It can add depth to any landscaping project. The lichen creates a variety of stunning colors and textures. When it is wet, it feels soft and spongy. The green base appears bold and vibrant. As the lichen dries, the texture changes to brittle and scaly. Reindeer Moss's distinctive form and texture add graphic interest to indoor and outdoor spaces. The lichen can make urban projects like green roofs and living walls more visually appealing. Rock gardens can benefit from the lichen's soft and spongy texture. This organism contrasts with rock and gravel hardscaping. This element of softness complements the peaceful environment of Zen gardens and meditation spaces. It can add interest to indoor spaces. The lichen's compact size makes it appropriate for small indoor projects like terrariums. It is a stunning addition to any space, from ground cover to gardens. This unique organism gives indoor and outdoor environments an element of texture and color.

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River Birch Tree

River Birch Tree

The River Birch Tree is a medium-sized deciduous type native to North America. It is prized for its distinctive peeling bark, triangular leaves, and tolerance for wet or poorly drained soils. It is highly valued in landscaping for its aesthetic appeal, adaptability, and numerous benefits. With their unique characteristics and practical advantages, river birches are famous for enhancing outdoor spaces. The River Birch Tree is a deciduous shade-giver with charming, ornamental features for every season. It grows quickly, averaging up to 40 feet tall with a proportionate 30-foot canopy, and it is best known for its vibrant leaves and unusual bark.   River Birch Tree Has Stunning Foliage It showcases true forest green foliage. Serrated edges give each leaf character, and the leaves grow on delicate branches that move easily with the wind. The leaves' alternating arrangement gives them space to flutter, and the combined effect catches the eye in even a light breeze. In autumn, the green turns to gold. This gorgeous plant puts on a bright show at the end of the growing season. A single plant or small stand can add seasonal color to gardens after the summer flowers have had their turn. River Birch Tree Has Unique Bark As lovely as its leaves are, this plant's claim to fame is its bark. Contrasting colors pop, and this species' vivid black, white, brown, and salmon bark looks like an Impressionist painting brought to life. The bark naturally peels in papery layers as it grows, creating a shifting display that has enchanted artists and poets for centuries. It's a wonderful trait for gardens and landscape designs. Even without leaves, this plant adds color and visual texture throughout the year. River Birch Tree Has Flowers It has unusual flowers. Instead of petaled blooms in spring, their catkins decorate otherwise bare branches through winter. The catkins grow larger in early spring, and the unusual flowers are relatively discreet. They serve as points of interest for guests and hopeful, seasonal signals that a long, hard winter is ending. River Birch Tree invites nature into any space. They're great choices for birdwatchers because they attract hummingbirds and various songbirds. Seeds from fertilized catkins draw many species, and their structure also supports safe nests, so it isn't unusual for chicks to grow up singing in one. Several types of butterflies visit them as well. These plants deliver practical and ornamental benefits for landscapers seeking fast-growing and attractive trees. Their shade, colors, and feathered guests transform outdoor spaces into welcoming environments.

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Royal Fern

Royal Fern

The Royal Fern is a large, striking fern with feathery fronds and a distinctive crown of fertile fronds. It is typically found in wetland habitats and is appreciated for its ornamental appeal in gardens. The Royal Fern is distinctive from other plants in the class because of its notable size. Specifically, this is one of the largest that grows outside of tropical zones in the United States. Also known as the osmunda regalis, the plant thrives in areas of the yard that are moist, including both shady and partially shady spots. Why should you include it in your landscaping plans? The Appearance Of Royal Fern The plant is appropriately named because it can grow up to six feet tall, and its size at maturity often makes it a solid focal point in yards. The fronds can be as comprehensive as 16 inches and feature up to nine pinna pairs, each with up to 13 pinnules. These qualities, combined with the healthy green color and the point shape of the fronts, add a rich texture to your yard that elevates aesthetics. The Wildlife Attraction and Tolerance Of Royal Fern While some wildlife is welcome in your yard, others can cause considerable damage and should be deterred. The potential damage from foragers like deer and rabbits is deterred as these animals do not use this plant for food. However, turtles, birds, and frogs, which generally do not cause damage, often seek shelter in their bushy leaves. Royal Fern is Pest Resistant While hungry insects often feed on various types of plants, it is well-known for repelling them. Specifically, the recognizable leaves have particular proteins that repel many kinds of insects. Any insects that do find their way to these plants often become food for the birds and other animals that live under the fronds for protection from the elements and their natural predators. When Royal Ferns are planted three feet apart, as recommended, there is little concern about them outgrowing their allocated space. The plants grow only a few inches yearly and do not need to be cut back to prevent overgrowth. As a result, it takes many years for the plant to reach its full size, and minimal care of this low-maintenance plant is required.

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Running Cedar

Running Cedar

Running Cedar is a creeping, evergreen plant with needle-like leaves that resemble fern fronds. It is commonly found in moist woodlands and forests. It features leaves that look pretty similar to the boughs of the tree bearing its name. This evergreen plant can make quite an attractive addition to your home, but why might you want to grow it there? Beyond its striking looks, here are a few key reasons it adds value to any yard. Running Cedar Can Tell You More About Your Environment It is a fern-like plant that's said to be adept at pulling pollutants out of its surroundings, which can help you improve the overall health of other plants in the area and remove some of the airborne contaminants that might impact your well-being. However, it's worth noting that the most significant benefit is what the plant reveals. Because it removes toxins, changes in the plant's health could indicate issues with the soil or the air that even this hardy little plant can't handle by itself. Running Cedar Will Stick With You It takes time to grow, but keep that from fooling you into thinking it will easily be weakened by weather and other threats. This fern ally is pretty hardy, ensuring that it will be able to persist in your space even if it is presented with some climate changes or other changes that other plants in your yard might not be able to withstand. Running Cedar Defends Against Soil Erosion and Flooding Running Cedar creeps along your yard, but it's important to remember that this isn't a traditional moss. This vascular plant has root systems, allowing it to defend against soil erosion more effectively. Its love of moisture also means that it can protect against flooding and absorb more water when it appears. Running Cedar is small, but it spreads out, making it an excellent, lush green ground cover for any space in your yard. Unlike traditional moss, it also has the added benefit of the stately strobili, which reaches into the air to add volume and help the plant reproduce.

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Sensitive Fern

Sensitive Fern

The Sensitive Fern is a hardy, deciduous plant with finely dissected fronds that curl up when touched or exposed to frost. This makes it a unique and exciting addition to damp woodland gardens. This fern is a beloved plant that gets its name due to its sensitive nature, preferring specific environments that are mostly warm and humid. But despite its name, it's one that you should pay attention to if you live in a region that it can grow in. Let's examine why this perennial plant is a must-have for your landscape.  Sensitive Fern Is Stunning in Greater Numbers This plant looks good, but it produces a lush, green, thick spectacle that quickly adds more to any space when you plant multiple perennials together. The lobed leaves blend and reach up and out at a maximum height of about two feet. If you want to add some volume and life to spaces that need it most, consider adding several plants to your landscape. They may even spread naturally with time. Sensitive Fern Acts As a Home for Wildlife These plants grow in areas where wildlife flourishes, meaning they play an essential role in the ecosystem. Speaking of its more practical uses, small animals like frogs and salamanders will use the leaves of this plant to take cover and escape from the heat. If you're looking for plants that are friends with and attractors of wildlife, this one will be an excellent fit for your space. Sensitive Fern also serves as a source for animals and insects, so you won't have to worry about the wildlife population in your area decimating your plants before you can enjoy them. It is both deer—and rabbit-resistant, with larger animals only taking a few leaves or avoiding them entirely. This ensures that your plants still contribute positively to the environment but aren't at risk of being wiped out by animals. Sensitive Fern Is A Stunning Border Plant Groundcover like Sensitive Fern is the perfect solution where more common plants cannot grow. Adding height and color to more moist and humid areas of your property, these perennials take root and help your property look less bare, supporting the areas in your yard that need it most.

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Sheet Moss

Sheet Moss

Sheet Moss is a lush, low-growing species that forms a dense carpet of soft, emerald-green foliage. It is often used in terrariums, floral arrangements, and as a ground cover in shaded areas. It is one of the most favored types for lawns. It’s so named because it creates a ‘sheet’ over a garden or forest floor.   Beyond this dense sheet's luxurious and welcoming appearance and vibe, it also serves as the protecting home for various microfauna, including frogs, spiders, and insects. Many small ecosystems revolve around the layers of it on the forest floor, and gardeners seeking to add more biodiversity to their gardens should consider adding it to the ground of their gardens. Where Does Sheet Moss Grow Officially known as Hypnum curvifolium, it is a wide-ranging plant in every continent except Antarctica. It’s primarily found in temperature regions and adapts well to moist areas. You’ll commonly see it underneath logs or rocks, around tree trunks, or near natural water sources. You’ll usually find it around clay pots, stones, or artificial ponds in gardens. Sheet Moss Is Like A Thick Carpet It is most notable for its soft fronds forming a thick green carpet over a forest floor. The individual leaves are tiny and overlap, which helps create the plant’s soft and lavish texture and appearance. Laying down over it will be akin to laying down over nature’s version of a mattress. While the leaves are usually bright green, they will also develop a slight but noticeable yellow tint when moisture levels deplete or are under prolonged exposure to sunlight. Why is Sheet Moss A Good Choice For Gardeners Gardeners like it because it is adaptable. It can easily retain moisture to help hydrate the soil underneath and prevent erosion. People often add it to gardens and terrariums to help create an equally lush and inviting, suitable atmosphere. It also requires deficient maintenance and minimal pruning and watering. For this reason, many gardeners who want to make a green covering over the ground will turn to it over grass. It’s a suitable choice for experienced gardeners and those new to the hobby.  Grass is the traditional go-to for groundcover, but one should keep Sheet Moss in mind. Like this type, certain varieties form a lush sheet of green over the surface it inhabits. But much like any other plant, the reasons to grow this type of ground cover go far beyond what it offers aesthetically. Here's how this plant can benefit and enhance your landscape with ease. Are you looking for ground cover that grows better in your region and offers benefits for the surrounding environment? If so, this plant is an excellent choice. While it doesn't have a root system, it's still a fantastic plant that can defend against soil erosion and serve to control the flow of water better, leading to less flooding if you live in an area that experiences a lot of rain or a few unpredictable showers here and there during the winter and spring seasons. This plant loves moisture, so it's often recommended for regions where grass can't easily thrive. However, you can go beyond that and grow plants that love moisture on top of this plant as it retains moisture that your other plants will rely on to grow strong. You can even add it to potted plants for this purpose and to improve the aesthetics of items like bonsai trees. As we just touched upon, Sheet Moss loves moisture, but that doesn't mean it can't withstand conditions that might threaten the lives of other varieties. This variety is more complex, making it easier to keep alive once you spread it across your landscape. If you're looking for ground cover that enhances your space and will hold up over time, this is the one to choose.

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Shortleaf Pine

Shortleaf Pine

Shortleaf Pine is a medium-sized evergreen tree native to the southeastern United States. It is valued for its straight, slender trunk and is an important timber species. It offers significant advantages when integrated into landscaping projects, offering many benefits beyond its potential herbal uses. This native North American tree brings aesthetic and practical value to outdoor spaces, making it a favored choice for various landscaping designs. The shortleaf pine is botanically known as Pinus Echinata. It's native to the southern United States and can be found in 22 states. Gardeners have a variety of names for this tree, including spruce, rosemary, southern yellow, and two-leaf. The tree gets its primary common name from its short leaves ranging from three to five inches. Long-leaf evergreen leaves, by contrast, can reach lengths of up to 18 inches. Gardeners love this tree because of its aesthetically pleasing appearance and ability to draw wildlife. Identifying Characteristics of the Shortleaf Pine The tree averages between 80 and 100 feet. However, it's been known to reach heights of up to 130 feet with widths of up to 30 feet. Its bright green leaves are needle-like. It produces short cones that average up to two and a half inches in length. Homeowners prefer this conifer because it remains green all year. Landscaping With Shortleaf Pine Due to its height and spread, the Pinus Echinata does well in large yards. Gardeners love it because it adds color in the winter. From February to March, the tree develops yellow blooms. Homeowners can plant this evergreen as a focal point or along the edges of their property for privacy purposes. What to Plant Around Shortleaf Pine The tree can be planted around other trees, including the scarlet oak, sourwood, black gum, and sweet gum. Great shrubs around this evergreen tree include the azalea, Oregan grape, creeping junipers, false cypress, and barberry. Great perennials to plant around this tall evergreen include foxglove, asters, bleeding hearts, and catmint. Shortleaf Pine is known for attracting various birds and bees. Birds nest in the branches, and bees love the blooming flowers in the early spring. Additionally, this evergreen's branches may provide cover for other small animals. Gardeners and landscapers revere the tree because of its green foliage and ability to provide natural privacy.

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Sugar Maple Tree

Sugar Maple Tree

Sugar Maple Tree is a large deciduous tree native to North America. It is prized for its vibrant fall foliage, distinctive five-lobed leaves, and the sap used to make maple syrup. The tree benefits landscaping endeavors, enriching outdoor spaces' aesthetics, ecological balance, and functional aspects. This majestic deciduous tree offers unique qualities that contribute to various dimensions of landscape design. If you have ever enjoyed syrup, you have the tree to thank. Of course, it is celebrated for more than just its ability to create sweet treats. It can also be used to add color to your property or a neighborhood as a whole. What Does Sugar Maple Tree Look Like As with most deciduous families, this one will grow to more than 100 feet tall in ideal conditions. However, it can grow to 150 feet in some instances. It also has a canopy of green leaves during the spring and summer and turns multiple colors in the fall. It also contains flowers and winged seeds that are used to create offspring. How Long Does It Take for Sugar Maple Tree to Mature They will typically take at least a decade to produce fruit, but it may only take a few years to produce flowers. In addition, they will grow relatively quickly, which is why they can be a great addition to private property or public parks. Sugar Maple Tree Root System Is Strong Like others, the Sugar Maple Tree will create a robust root system that can help stabilize soil or prevent erosion. Therefore, it can be an ideal choice in wet areas or on slopes where a landslide could quickly decimate a landscape. In addition to protecting your property, keeping erosion to a minimum can help keep others in your neighborhood or community safe.  Planting a Sugar Maple Tree on your property can provide birds and other animals with a place to live or food to survive. For instance, squirrels and other smaller creatures will eat the seeds, while deer may be interested in chewing on leaves. Some animals may be attracted to the foliage itself or the benefits it can provide other than being a food source for them.

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We offer deer resistant plants! There are few worse feelings than discovering deer munching on your flowers. You wish they would feed elsewhere and have tried scarecrows and motion-activated lights with some success.

Keep Your Garden Lush With Deer Resistant Plants

Having a garden that attracts wildlife can help create an outdoor sanctuary and provide a place of relaxation. While many animals and other wildlife help maintain the overall health of your garden or yard, others can be harmful and may even destroy the result of all the work you put into it.

As peaceful as ferns usually are, they are one animal that can quickly ruin and destroy a garden or yard. They are known to be voracious eaters of many types of leaves and flowers, and if not controlled, they can devour an entire garden.

Deer resistant plants can help control them, keep your garden looking healthy, and do it naturally without chemicals or other harmful substances. Some flowers work well as repellants. Others give them a bitter or unliked taste and may make them avoid your yard altogether. Others yet, serve as natural barriers, preventing the issue from occurring. This does not mean you can still enjoy a vibrant and lush garden or landscaping. One of the best flower groups is ferns. Ferns come in various sizes and shapes and can be selected to fit perfectly in many areas of your yard. Some ferns, such as cinnamon ferns, add a touch of vibrant color in the middle of their leaves.

Moss Is A Perfect Deer Resistant Plant

Moss is another great resistant flower that can substitute for other ground coverings. In general, they avoid flowers like moss and lichens. Reindeer moss and carpet moss can cover large areas below trees and other tall shrubs, while other varieties, such as fern moss, can grow much taller and may even be shaped with topiary work.

Running Bamboo Is A Perfect Deer Resistant Plant

Another natural deer resistant plant that can help keep them away is running bamboo. Running bamboo is a fast-growing and hardy flower that grows very well in various climates. The bamboo's bunching can help create a natural barrier to keep them out of your yard.

Deer Resistant Plant Favorites

Ajuga Plant

English Ivy

Running Cedar Plant