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Cinnamon Fern: Osmunda cinnamomea Cinnamon Fern: Osmunda cinnomonea, or the cinnamon fern, is a native species to the eastern half of North America. You might find these plants in swamps or bogs if you were hiking through hardwood forests. However, you will most likely find them in shade gardens throughout the United States. TN Nursery customers love these lush-looking plants. They are effortless to take care of, requiring little water or assistance from the gardener. Furthermore, they resist deer, disease, and other pests, while their shady fronds create a shady oasis for frogs and toads when they need a reprieve from the summer heat. Cinnamon Fern Earns its Name Cinnamon fern takes its name from its most distinctive feature--the auburn-colored spikes that develop as the plant matures. The delicate new fronds will emerge in the early spring and unfurl their tender leaves. The ferns grow taller and broader for several weeks, creating vibrant green leaflets that appear in pairs and have a gently toothy outer edge. During the summer, the fertile fronds will produce spikes. As they mature, those spikes will grow taller and turn to a rich, deep cinnamon color. The cinnamon fern grows between three and five feet high and across; they spread quickly. Where to Plant Osmunda cinnamomea As a woodland native species, the cinnamon fern prefers a shady or semi-shady spot in your yard. They also prefer more acidic soil, as you might find around pine trees in the forest. They also love moisture. Cinnamon fern is a typical recommendation when customers call TN Nursery asking what to plant in a slow-draining location that needs a bit of refreshing greenery to brighten it up. They multiply and can add life to those challenging spots in a relatively short time. Cinnamon Fern Is Used By Gardeners Cinnamon fern is a perennial that can help fill in bare spots of the yard with little watering or care. The ferns grow in colonies attached by a dense root system. Because they multiply at a fantastic speed, gardeners find they can separate them from enlivening other areas that need a touch of greenery. Once they take hold, you will have plenty to add to containers, hanging pots, shade gardens, or for sharing with friends. Cinnamon Fern is Available to Purchase At TN Nursery Are you ready to add Cinnamon Fern to brighten up your shady yard? Order from TN Nursery today.
Fiddlehead Fern Onoclea struthioptersis Fiddlehead Fern: Oncoclea struthioptersis, the fiddlehead fern, is a perennial North American native species that grows best in shaded or semi-shaded, acidic, and moist soil. It thrives in every United States growing zone as long as you can provide shade. Fiddlehead fern is a deciduous plant that can grow as high as a stately six-foot tall in a relaxed and shaded environment, although most top out around five feet. The roots form in dense clumps that produce other plants relatively quickly. TN Nursery recommends this species to customers who want a unique addition to a shade garden or rock garden. It is also helpful in preventing erosion when planted along a slope. Fiddlehead Fern's name describes its appearance Fiddlehead fern has feathery fronds and a long, stout rhizome. The fronds unfurl to a typical length of four to five feet and display numerous leaflets. Fertile fronds are pale brown and extend almost to the ground. Additionally, fertile fronds are more prominent and spread further, are a lovely shade of green, and may persist throughout winter in temperate growing zones. The contrasting leaf shape is one of the distinguishing features--the very thing that gives it such a unique name. The Fiddlehead fern has a small stem with a tapered tip. The lower stems twist and taper to give it a v-shape vein pattern. Most interestingly, the ends of the fronds form tight coils, suggesting the shape of a fiddle. The color of the fiddlehead fern is verdant green. However, they may grow protective papery skin protection as it grows--this protective layer falls off in time. Some gardeners remove it to brighten the appearance. Caring for Onoclea struthioptersis Like most fern species, the fiddlehead fern grows best in shaded spots. If you select the right home for your fern, it will require little care, except an occasional watering on the hottest or driest days. TN Nursery recommends the fiddlehead fern for gardeners who need an easy-to-care-for plant in heavy to filtered shade. Fiddlehead Fern is available online at TN Nursery The TN Nursery team is happy to provide their customers with freshly-dug plants. You can order your fiddlehead fern with confidence.
Royal Fern Osmundaregalis Royal Fern: Osmundaregalis, which you more likely know as a Royal Fern, is an easy-care perennial species prized for its bright green foliage and ability to grow in almost any soil. The garden specialists at TN recommend this species to any gardener--even self-described beginning gardeners have success with this plant! This fern is native to North America, stretching from northern Florida to New England. Although it grows in the wild across the eastern United States, gardeners in western states can readily cultivate it for enjoyment. The Majestic Appearance of the Royal Fern Royal Fern has an appearance that's similar to a small locust tree. The fronds gracefully arch as they grow from a robust underground root system. As the plant reproduces, new fronds appear around those roots. The fronds are a fresh and vibrant green that can revitalize the shadiest parts of your garden. The leaves grow in pairs and have oval leaves with rounded tips. The stem of each frond is also bright green. Although delicate and slender, the stems are sturdy enough to support the graceful fronds. The Royal Fern can grow to about two feet high and sixteen inches wide in a moist, shaded spot. Caring for Osmundaregalis Royal Fern might be one of the easiest-to-care-for plants you will find. The key to successfully growing this species is finding the best location. It prefers damp to wet, acidic soil but does not prefer continuous flooding. Plant this species in the shade or a semi-shaded spot for the best results. It can adapt and tolerate some sunshine but will require watering. If you plant it in that ideal location, you will rarely need to water or care for your Royal Fern. How Gardeners Use the Royal Fern Osmundaregalismakes a lovely addition to any shady or partially shaded spot in your yard or garden. ● Border: Plant Royal Ferns in the middle row of a garden border. The two-foot mature height is perfect between low-growing flowers and taller shrubs in the back row. ● Shade garden: As mentioned, Osmundaregalisprefers shade. The lively green fronds will add dimension to the bare spots where nothing else will grow. ● Potted ornamental ferns: If you love the appearance of ferns, but your yard is sunny, garden pots are the solution. Pot Royal Ferns and place them on the shady side of your house. Royal Ferns are available at TN Nursery Are you ready to try Osmundaregalis? Order yours today from the experts at TN Nursery.
Christmas Ferns Offer Year-Round Beauty Christmas Ferns, native to the Northern United States, offer any garden a unique and lush look. With their evergreen foliage and upright habit, they make a striking statement. Not only are they beautiful, but they are also surprisingly easy to care for and thrive in shady spots. Bring a touch of nature into your garden with Christmas Ferns. Their vibrant green color can light up any shaded area and give your space an elegant look. Plus, you can rest easy knowing that these plants require minimal maintenance. Order your Christmas Ferns today and have a lush oasis in no time! Christmas Fern: The Christmas fern gets its name from its evergreen state, which remains unapologetically green even after most other perennial plants enter winter dormancy. Members of the Polystichum genus are some of the hardiest ferns, with remarkable tolerance to cold or other unfavorable conditions. Better yet, they require little help from you to thrive for many seasons. All they ask of you is water during the hot or dry stretches during the year. Christmas Fern Has a Lush Evergreen Appearance The leaves of Christmas ferns are dark green with a lighter green. The fern's heads are also green and covered in silvery white scales, which release upon opening. The leaflet of a Christmas Fern is a petite and round shape. It has twenty to thirty-five pairs of leaflets arranged alternately along its stem. Its leaflets are one-and-a-half inches long and have a lobe near the base. They also have bristle-tipped teeth on their margins and may have a variable form with a slight twist. As old fronds expire, new fronds will unfurl, creating a consistently green appearance all year. Generally, the size will top out at around two feet, making it one of the little ferns we carry at TN Nursery. How to Use Polystichumacrostichoidesin Your Landscape The Christmas Fern is native to hardwood forests but also performs well in many applications in your yard, provided you provide sufficient shade. ● Use the Christmas Fern as a ground cover plant: Place Polystichumacrostichoidesin any location too heavily shaded for other species to thrive. These shade-lovers will perform well in the shade. ● Plant Christmas ferns in pots or containers: These plants can expand to about two feet in width, so choose a planter with a broad opening to accommodate that size. ● Shade gardens: Use the Christmas fern in a border within your shade garden or as a stand-alone specimen that will attract notice during the otherwise dull winter months. ● Deer-resistant and rabbit-resistant plantings: If you have an issue with local fauna nibbling at your favorite plants, consider the Christmas fern, which they seem not to prefer. Christmas Fern is Available Online at TN Nursery The Chrismas fern is a relatively small fern that stays green year-round, looking lovely and green even when all other plants go dormant. Order your Polystichumacrostichoidesfrom TN Nursery today.
Sheet Moss - 5 Square Feet$32.99
Sheet Moss, Hypnum curvifolium Sheet Moss (Hypnum curvifolium) Sheet Moss: TN Nursery supplies its customers with the most luxurious sheet moss you could wish for. Sheet Moss, or Hypnum curvifolium, is a species of moss that grows naturally in a carpet-like pattern on dead trees and wood. Despite its woodsy heritage, gardeners use sheet moss to complete lawns or stone walkways that need a fuller appearance, especially on forested or densely wooded properties. It is perfect! This moss performs best in a moist, shaded area or semi-shaded location, out of direct sunlight. You might also hear some gardeners call it by the other common names: Log moss Brocade moss Feather moss Carpet moss Fern moss Each of those describes the same plant--Hypnum curvifolium. Depending on environmental factors, this moss appears yellow-green to bright-green, with a slightly fuzzy appearance. It looks like a plush green carpet once it matures. Hypnum curvifolium Looks Lavish in Your Landscaping. If you have a sparse lawn due to a lack of sunshine or a stone or brick walkway that needs some greenery between each step, consider adding sheet moss. Hypnum curvifolium has a classic charm that adds the perfect finishing touch to your landscaping projects. Besides giving your finished look a charming look, adding moss to bare spots in your yard can help decrease soil erosion and help retain the soil's nutrients. How Else Can You Use Sheet Moss? While some apply sheet moss to their landscaping projects, it is also a helpful houseplant and is relatively easy to propagate. Many people grow sheet moss in a terrarium, where it provides a soft texture and emits a mild, spring-like fragrance. It is easy to grow, so it makes an excellent choice for beginners who want to add some character to their terrarium project. Just be sure to provide this moss species with plenty of airflow to keep it healthy and maintain its vibrant appearance. Sheet Moss Is a Carefree Plant Once you choose a shaded to a partially-shaded location in your yard and plant your sheet moss, it will take over from there. It requires minimal care, other than a long drink of water if you have a hot spell. Order Sheet Moss Hypnum curvifolium From TN Nursery TN Nursery takes pride in shipping fresh-dug, healthy specimens to our customers. Order your sheet moss with confidence. Sheet Moss (Hypnum curvifolium) For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping
Irish Moss - 5 Square Feet$33.99
Irish Moss Irish Moss: Planting garden moss can be a terrific way to add some color, like lively green, rich silver, or creamy white hues, to partially shaded and heavily shaded areas of your yard. Garden moss might provide the perfect solution if you have a place where most grasses or flowers won't take due to a lack of sunshine, soil compaction, or deficiencies. Irish moss species grow naturally in the deepest forests and wettest swamplands across the United States. The key to choosing the best garden moss for your yard is understanding the various mosses and the preferred environment for each. Irish Moss Species overview Broom fork moss, mood moss, rock cap moss: This ground cover moss can help reduce soil erosion and add velvety, plush foliage that creates the appearance of a rolling landscape. The fluffy green appearance of Dicranium scoparium can add life back to the shadiest areas, even when other plants fail to "take." Pincushion moss, cushion moss: This charming moss forms dense tufts or clumps in a soft green hue with elegant silvery undertones. While it prefers to call partial to full-shaded areas home, Leucobrym glaucum can tolerate some sunshine. Reindeer moss: Reindeer moss can grow almost anywhere, even in the arctic cold of Alaska. Cladonia rangiferina has leaves shaped like reindeer horns-- tipped with a silvery-white color reminiscent of snow. Topiary moss: If you plan to create topiaries as focal points for your garden, you need moss and a lot of it to get the lush look you want. Topiary moss is not a particular species but depends on the artist selecting the most appropriate garden moss for the finished sculpture's location. Sphagnum moss, peat moss: Peat moss is more than the potting mix you buy from the local garden center. It also refers to the living ground cover that traps moisture and nourishes the soil. Peat moss is a favorite for sustainability-minded organic gardeners for its lively green color and long-term positive impact on the ecosystem. Hedwigia moss: Perfect in every setting, from partially sunny to full shade, Hedwigia ciliata can help you quickly cover a steep or rocky hill with lovely green foliage. Fern moss: Perhaps one of the most ornamental mosses is fern moss, which takes its name from the frond-like appearance of the leaves and its fern-green color. Thuidium delecatulum is a showstopper of a garden moss in any setting. Haircap moss: The tiny hair-like leaves of hair cap moss add a fascinating element to the garden. The texture and color combine to make hair cap moss enjoy incredible popularity with TN Nursery customers. Irish Moss is for sale online at TN Nursery TN Nursery proudly grows some of the healthiest garden moss in the United States. We harvest our garden moss only when someone orders, then ship it out fresh. Let us help beautify your garden--order today. Irish Moss is For Sale at Garden Plants Nursery with Fast Shipping and Low Prices
Fan Clubmoss (Diphasiastrum digitatum) Diphasiastrum digitatum, better known as fan clubmoss, is a type of moss that grows in the shadiest of habitats. The entire team at TN Nursery is proud to be one of only an elite group of horticulturists cultivating fan clubmoss. Fan Clubmoss Grows Naturally in the Forest, But it Tolerates Most Full-Shade Habitats Fan clubmoss takes its name from its unique, other-worldly appearance. This moss is an ancient, perennial plant with leaves that resemble tiny clubs. The leaves have an interesting mossy texture and a scale-like appearance. They are lance-shaped, with a sharp-looking point at the tip. Someone might encounter this low-growing mossy plant in coniferous and oak forests. Fan clubmoss dots the floors of densely wooded areas, giving the appearance of dainty little cedar trees in the most unexpected places. Conversely, it also grows contentedly along shady spots in coastal areas. Generally, this plant lives in temperate regions of North America. You should have excellent results if you keep this moss in a full-shade place. Fan clubmoss (Diphasiastrum digitatum) is available online at TN Nursery A sometimes-overlooked application of Diphasiastrum digitatum is its usefulness as a houseplant. They add natural charm to any room that has low sun exposure. A lack of a sunny windowsill makes houseplant success somewhat challenging, and this moss could be an excellent remedy.
Witch Hazel Witch Hazel is a shrub or small tree native to the North American, European, and Asian continents. It can grow as tall as twenty-five feet high, but many gardeners prune them into a lower, shrub-like appearance. Others adore this shrub because it flowers late in the fall--when an unexpected pop of vibrant yellow color turns heads. It's a relatively fast grower, with a rapid growth rate of two to three feet per growing season. When gardeners reach out to TN Nursery seeking advice on a low but dense shrub to define their property line, we often recommend witch hazel. How to Use Witch Hazel in Your Garden Witch hazel is a cold-hardy, drought-hardy, deer-resistant shrub. It grows well across most of the contiguous United States, regardless of soil type. When you plant it, find a partially sunny location and amend the soil with peat moss or mulch to give it the organic matter it needs. After you establish the plant, it requires little care other than occasional fertilizing. Some gardeners let witch hazel grow to its full height, especially when they want privacy or to block an unsightly view. However, others will groom it into a long, low hedge around a home's foundation or in a formal garden setting. Witch Hazel Is a Highly Attractive Shrub or Tree Witch hazel has light brown, smooth bark that forms an intriguing zig-zag pattern. Leaves unfurl and bring a refreshing dose of green in the early springtime. Each leaf is small, approximately four inches long, oval-shaped, and has slight toothiness along the edges. The greenery is lovely to behold all spring and summer. But the crowning glory occurs at the end of the season. In late fall, profuse amounts of four- to five-petalled, cheerful yellow flowers appear. Each petal is ribbon-like with an interesting crinkled texture. Order Your Witch Hazel Trees From TN Nursery TN Nursery digs each plant fresh and ships quickly–you can order with confidence!
BAMBOO PLANT - Arundinaria Gigantea Bamboo plants have two types of species that are often in use within residential landscapes. These plants increase by releasing underground runners, also known as rhizomes, which might emerge from the parent plant at a distance from the original location. They bridge those gaps between plants more quickly, making them perfect for use as screens, hedges, and the trendy open groove effect. Because the rhizomes develop horizontally at a depth of roughly 2 to 18 inches, it is possible to keep their growth under control. It can produce stunning thick hedges by employing a rhizome barrier to limit this subsurface expansion. Many of these plants can withstand the cold. The experience of strolling across a large, open grove full of these tall plants is unlike anything else. They are also helpful for various applications, including specimen groves, perennial security screens, windbreaks, noise and dust shields, groundcovers, and erosion management. They are also widely known for producing a tropical impression in a usually moderate or even frigid environment. The most effective method of controlling this plant is maintaining a groomed path around the planting. This route's minimum width should equal the maximum possible height of this species selected for the given area, if not more. Undoubtedly, this may not be practicable at all times, and the confinement methods available will vary according to the location. You may contain these plants using techniques such as rhizome barriers or rhizome trimming, both of which need continuous monitoring to be effective. Natural barriers such as everlasting waterbodies and dense darkness may also aid this purpose. Bamboo Plant is Easily Grown They are garden plants of the evergreen variety. They are easy to care for and do not require a lot of water. They are used in gardens in many ways and add an exotic feel to any backyard; They can be used as a hedge or screen to add privacy to your yard or in any other garden arrangements. They can grow in almost any climate and can last for many years. They come in a wide range of sizes, including dwarf and giant-sized. Bamboo Requires Very Little Maintenance These plants can also be grown in small containers inside and outside. Placing a number of them in your landscaping will help you to showcase your other garden plants. They are also known by many cultures to bring luck to their owners. They have also been grown to become bonsai trees. The stems are easily shaped and can be pruned to interlace. You can also prune bamboo trees back into topiaries. The under leaves are removed, leaving only clumps of leaves at the top. When planting bamboo trees as a screen, they should be planted in the area approximately 2 to 3 feet apart. That allows them to spread out and create the coverage you need. Pruning it back will stop further growth into areas you do not want. Once they have been planted, they will require very little maintenance. Bamboo is For Sale at Tennessee Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping
Wild Plum Tree$23.99
WIld Plum Tree Prunus Americana Wild Plum Tree: Prunus americana, also known as the American plum tree, is a native tree that flourishes in most USDA growing zones. Its footprint stretches across the United States from the Canadian border to the south. Historically, Native American indigenous people, including the people of the Cheyenne and Navajo nations, cultivated this tree for nourishment and used the branches in ceremonies. That dual purpose rings true still today. While some plum tree species are ornamental with fruit that's best left to the birds, the American plum tree pulls double duty. Indeed, it's both a breathtaking decorative tree and the bearer of delicious, edible plums. The Immense Beauty of the the Wild Plum Tree The wild plum tree is a smaller, deciduous tree that grows to a maximum height of just over twenty feet. Its branches sweep out from a single trunk, and it has a gracefully branching crown that spreads about fifteen feet wide. The angelic white flowers have five pleasingly rounded petals that usually grow in clusters. When in full bloom, the American plum tree appears as though a blanket of snow draped itself over the branches. The blossoms last several days to a week and then give way to the fruit. The fruit tastes slightly tart and is refreshing on the tongue. Fruits can be mauve, red, or purple. The fruit is compact and juicy. You can use it to make preserves, wine, jams, or pastries. Caring for Wild Plum Tree Wild plum trees are not fussy about the soil as long it provides adequate drainage. They love to have plenty of water, but they do not prefer standing water for an extended time. Amending the soil with natural compost will help you grow a hardy, resilient plum tree. Occasional pruning of any suckers that develop will train your American plum into a stately, taller shape. However, if you want a bushier appearance, you can skip the trimming. There is no right or wrong answer--it's all about the look you want to achieve. Order Your Wild Plum Tree From TN Nursery A wild plum tree is lovely to behold and produces delicious tart fruit for your enjoyment. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Bracken Fern Pteridiumaquilinum Bracken Fern: Pteridiumaquilinum, most commonly called bracken fern, is a plant that grows on every continent (except Antarctica) and in almost every USDA growing zone in the United States. Although it can grow almost anywhere, the bracken fern is native to the eastern United States. The Gentle Appearance of Pteridiumaquilinum, Bracken Fern The bracken fern is easily identifiable by its large triangular fronds. It can reach waist-high and grows long, plume-like stems. The fronds are triangular and display leaflets that grow in pairs. Depending on the climate in your zone or area, the fronds generally emerge from March until early May; once the fronds open for the season, they stay green for a long growing season. While they typically grow to a maximum height of four feet, the tallest bracken fern reached approximately seven feet. The leaf color varies from a softer, lighter shade of green to a dark green hue, depending on the soil. The stems are slightly darker than the leafy matter, creating a lovely tonal impact. Bracken Fern Is a Remarkably Robust Plant The common bracken fern grows on any soil, even sandy or rocky, and can survive for years. It is a perennial that reemerges each year with astonishing consistency--even after forest fires, floods, or other disasters. As the fern grows, it forms a dense, deep root network, which helps it reproduce throughout the remainder of the season. The deep roots make it resistant to high winds or heavy downpours. Also, the deeply rooted bracken fern helps to eliminate soil compaction, as the roots dig deep below the surface, not just in short side-to-side clumps like some other fern species. How to Use Bracken Fern in Your Landscape Bracken fern is a highly prized plant for the most rugged terrain. ● You can replace the grass on a sloped or steep hill--it will eventually fill in and eliminate the need for mowing. ● Put bracken fern in areas where you'd like to prevent wind erosion of your soil. It spreads faster than some ferns and provides plant coverage within a season. ● Put bracken ferns in your shade garden or water garden. ● Grow bracken ferns in densely wooded areas to add some greenery. Bracken fern will grow in almost any shaded or partially shaded location you can think of. Bracken Fern is available online at TN Nursery Are you ready to order your Pteridiumaquilinum? We are here to dig and ship your order. Bracken Fern is for sale online at Tn Nursery
Reindeer Moss - 5 Square Feet$38.99
Reindeer Moss (Cladonia ringiferina) Reindeer Moss Cladonia ringiferina is a species native to northern and eastern North America. Gardeners love this unique moss for its interesting texture and almost airy appearance. But more importantly, gardeners love how this resilient species can make itself comfortable in virtually any soil and climate. How resilient is Reindeer Moss? If you traveled to Alaska, you could even spot it on the Arctic Tundra, where water is too saline for most plants and frozen most of the year. Conversely, it grows through USDA growing zone 9 to the warmer temperatures in the driest parts of the south. TN Nursery recommends this species for those who live in dry climates with limited access to water. Reindeer Moss Is Ideal for Arid Environments Do you live in an area with frequent water restrictions? If you love the look of moss but have limited ability to water it, Reindeer Moss may provide just the solution you need. Most mosses prefer a cool and moist climate. But Reindeer Moss is a xerophytic species. What does that mean? Xerophytic plants prefer arid climates and prefer a low-humidity environment. In fact, Cladonia ringiferina's density is best on dry sites, and its abundance decreases with increased moisture. Live in a Challenging Growing Environment? Try Cladonia rangiferina Reindeer moss grows in unexpected places, such as: From rocky outcroppings In dead moss From woody debris or dead trees Arid, desert regions Deep boreal forests. Reindeer Moss Has a Lovely Appearance and an Alluring Texture Reindeer Moss has an otherworldy appearance, with branching filaments resembling a reindeer's horns. Let's not stop the reindeer metaphor there. The colorful green stems give way to creamy white branches, giving those reindeer horn branches a snow-tipped look. As the rootless plant develops, the branches' weight will appear like a mat that sprawls lazily across the ground. This beautiful species can grow to about four inches in height and reach a diameter of about two feet. Order Reindeer Moss From TN Nursery If you want to conserve water but want a beautiful groundcover plant, order today, TN Nursery is here to help! Buy Reindeer Moss Cladonia rangiferina online at Tn Nursery
Loblolly Pine Tree$25.99 $33.99
Loblolly Pine Tree Loblolly Pine Tree: Pinus taeda, the loblolly pine tree, is a frequent sight around the southern states. The native North American species is the second most common tree in the United States. Although the loblolly pine calls the south its home, don't let that stop you from growing it in other moderately warm locations. The southern parts of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the lower midwest are also conducive to this tree. TN Nursery customers plant the loblolly pine tree in natural areas around their homes. We also have landscapers purchase these. They love to include this species around parks, golf courses, and similar locations. The loblolly pine tree loves a sunny location with fast-draining but moist soil. However, it will also tolerate drought. Other common names for the loblolly pine tree include the following: Bull pine North Carolina pine Old field pine The Majestic Beauty of the Loblolly Pine The loblolly pine tree grows straight and tall--rising as high as ninety to a hundred feet into the sky and with a breadth of about twenty feet. It has upright-curving branches at the top, while the lower limbs tend to dip downward. The tree's crown gently rounds as it matures, making a lovely shape. Up to ten-inch long, dark green needles form on the branches, typically in bundles of three. The tree blooms in March and April each year and produces shapely pine cones that crafters prize for winter wreath-making efforts. The pine cones are cylindrical to cone-shaped, with well-defined, pointed spines. They usually grow in attractive clusters of two to three, with each pine cone measuring approximately three inches long. Order Your Loblolly Pine Tree From TN Nursery Today If you want to add a tall, majestic species to your landscaping project, please consider the loblolly pine tree. TN Nursery digs the seedlings fresh and ships them quickly. Please order yours today.
Fern Variety - 25 Plants$39.99
Fern Variety Set 25 Ferns Fern Variety Set (25 Ferns): TN Nursery proudly presents a fern variety set featuring a carefully hand-picked collection to ensure you receive the best. Each fern variety set will include 25 ferns that best fit your needs, according to your USDA growing zone. Why Haven't You Tried Ferns Yet? Perhaps you were eager to grow ferns in your shade garden, but you hesitated. You doubted your ultimate success. Or maybe you wished a horticulture specialist could point you to the best ferns. Perhaps you were unclear about what ferns would grow well in your area. Please allow TN Nursery to erase all those doubts about your fern-growing success with our fern variety set. This sampling will undoubtedly give you a fever for ferns. Fern Variety Set is selected just for your zone We will custom-select a fern variety set with 25 vigorous bare-root ferns for you. Because of our commitment to healthy plants, those will grow fast, showing off their glorious greenery quicker than you might think. We will do the hard work of curating your fern variety set, sending you only the best ferns based on your growing zone. With our expert guidance, you'll have the lovely ferns your yard needs. No more boring shade gardens; our fern variety set includes 25 plants that breathe life into those bare spots. Which Ferns Could We Include in Your Fern Variety Set? TN Nursery grows some of the most popular fern species with a commitment to vigorous plants that will last for years. Here are a few of the ferns we cultivate at our central Tennessee nursery: ● Royal ferns ● Ostrich ferns ● Giant ostrich ferns ● Glade ferns ● Hay-scented ferns ● New York ferns ● Cinnamon ferns ● Fiddlehead ferns ● Leatherwood ferns ● Maidenhair ferns ● Christmas ferns ● Bracken ferns Not every fern will succeed in every growing zone in the United States--but when you entrust us with your order, we will ensure you receive the best ferns for your area. Fern variety set is available at TN Nursery Let the horticulturist's ad TN Nursery surprise you with a freshly dug, lovingly-packed fern variety set; you'll enjoy the 25 ferns you receive. Place your order today.
Fern Variety - 10 Plants$19.99
Fern Variety Set 10 Ferns Fern Variety Set(10 Ferns): TN Nursery proudly offers a fern variety set. This hand-selected, curated collection ensures that you get the best ferns. Your collection includes species that best suit the requirements of your USDA growing zone. ● Have you been curious about growing ferns? ● Did you wish you had tried but were unsure you would succeed? ● Have you ever wished an expert horticulturist available to help you pick the best ferns? ● Are you unsure which ferns will perform well in your region? Guess what...TN Nursery can help you confidently take that next step. TN Nursery Will Hand Select the Best Ferns When you order our fern variety set, you will receive ten healthy bare-root ferns that will quickly display lush green fronds. We will hand-pick the best ferns for you. You will have the plants you need to transform the most barren parts of your shady or partially shady yard into an oasis your neighbors will covet. When you order, we will consider your USDA growing zone and choose a package with the best ferns for your location and growing needs. What Ferns Might We Include in The Fern Variety Set? TN Nursery grows healthy ferns and several popular species. We produce the following species at our nursery in central Tennessee: ● Royal ferns ● Cinnamon ferns ● Fiddlehead ferns ● Ostrich ferns ● Sensitive ferns ● Leatherwood ferns ● Maidenhair ferns ● Giant ostrich ferns ● Bracken ferns ● New York ferns ● Christmas ferns ● Glade ferns ● Hay-scented ferns Of course, not each of these species suits every growing zone. But you don't need to worry about that--leave your selection of ferns our knowledgeable staff. Our experts are here to help! TN Nursery Digs Your Fern Variety Set Fresh–and Only After You Order TN Nursery only digs up products from our nursery after a customer places an order. This process ensures we ship only fresh, healthy products to our customers. Let us surprise you! Place your order today.