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Red Maple Tree$25.99
Red Maple Tree (Acer rubrum) Red Maple Tree: Acer rubrum, formerly Acer sanguineum, or the common name red maple, is an American native deciduous tree species. TN Nursery hears from customers who seek this stunning tree as a shade tree, accent tree, or specimen in their gardens. It grows in almost every region of the contiguous United States. Other names for the red maple tree include the following: Carolina Maple Curled Maple Scarlet Maple Soft Maple Swamp Maple Where (and How) to Plant Your Red Maple Tree The red maple tree is relatively easy to care for. You will meet its critical needs when you plant it. It starts with location --select a sunny site that will receive at least six hours of daily sunshine. The partial sun will also suffice, although the colors may be less brilliant. This species adapts to many soil types but requires the soil to have woody material when you plant it. Think of the growing conditions in its native woods--which makes perfect sense! Amend the soil with hardwood mulch, peat moss, compost, or leaf litter. After planting, you will only need to mulch around the tree once in spring and again in the fall. Once planted, the seedling needs about an inch of water every week, especially during the hottest summer days. However, the red maple tree will become drought-tolerant after the roots grow strong and healthy. The Tall and Handsome Looks of the Red Maple Tree The red maple tree can grow tall--up to 120 feet and with a 50-foot wide canopy. The trunk can be upward of six feet in diameter! It is certainly impressive when it reaches its mature size. Early spring brings large, showy magenta or bright red flowers that grow in charming clusters. They are a welcome sight and one of the earliest bloomers of spring. The blossoms have a light, floral fragrance that signals the arrival of spring. The leaves unfurl in a soft green in the spring and deepen to a dark green shade. Leaves are three-lobed and can measure six inches long and two to four inches across. In the later part of the summer, the color changes again to a rich copper or red--giving the tree its name. Order Your Red Maple Tree From TN Nursery Today If you want a lovely shade tree that brings bright red color to the autumn landscape, then the red maple tree is an excellent selection. Order from TN Nursery today
Eastern Cedar Tree (Juniperus virginiana) Eastern Cedar Tree: Juniperus virginiana, the eastern cedar tree or the eastern red cedar, is a coniferous evergreen tree. It is a United States native species that will flourish in almost every USDA growing zone. The eastern cedar tree is a more petite tree that reaches a mature height of around forty feet. It is hardy, easily transplantable, and a dependable grower that requires little to no care from the gardener after it establishes roots. The fresh, distinct fragrance is unmistakably fresh and woody. How to Use the Eastern Cedar Tree in Your Landscape All the eastern cedar tree asks of you at planting is a sunny or partial-sun spot in your yard and well-draining but fertile soil. After planting, provide about an inch of water each week if you live in a climate that doesn't receive much rainfall. Once the roots take hold, the tree will become drought-tolerant, and you will only need to water it if you enter an extended drought phase. The eastern cedar tree is gorgeous as the focal point in a natural area, in a semi-shade garden, or when trimmed back and shaped as a stand-alone specimen. Eastern Cedar Tree has Year-Round, Evergreen Beauty The eastern cedar tree enjoys immense popularity because it has a lovely, medium-green color all year. The tree grows upright and has an attractive reddish-brown bark. The cedar foliage is a silvery, cool green--sometimes presenting as blue-green and grows in whorls of three. The evergreen needles are thin and delicate with a slightly prickly texture. Small fairy-sized flowers appear in the late winter. They are white to white, green. They are so small that you might miss them hiding in the foliage. Order Your Eastern Cedar Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests the eastern cedar tree for wherever you want to revitalize with a small evergreen tree that is attractive and easy to grow. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Pitch Pine Tree$24.99
Pitch Pine Tree (Pinus rigida) Pitch Pine Tree: Pinus rigida, or the pitch pine tree, is a fast-growing evergreen native to the east coast of the United States. It grows best from Maine through northern Georgia and west across the Great Lakes into the Minnesota plains. However, it is well-adaptable and worth a try in other areas of those growing zones. Besides commercial use for wood pulp and lumber, residents purchase the pitch pine tree to define a property's boundary or establish a wooded natural area. The pitch pine tree prefers full sunshine and well-drained soil. It is unfussy about soil quality and requires no care once its roots strengthen. Other Common Names for Pinus rigida Other than pitch pine, Pinus rigida has these other common names: Black pine Hard pine Torch pine Yellow pine Northern pitch pine Each term refers to the same species. The Appearance of the Tall Pitch Pine Tree The pitch pine tree grows to a mature height of about seventy feet. The tree's top displays a roughly triangular shape as it grows but forms a softly rounded shape when full-grown. The trunk grows to about a two-foot diameter and bears thickened, yellowish-brown, deeply-furrowed bark. Pitch pine tree branches form interesting, gnarled shapes that droop gracefully. They form tufts of three- to five-inch needles in bundles of threes. The needles are medium green with a warm, golden undertone. The "fruit" of the pitch pine tree is its pine cone, which grows in attractive whorls of up to five cones. They are about three inches long with stiff, curved pines. The tree typically "drops" the pinecones in the fall. Order Your Pitch Pine Tree From TN Nursery Today If you need to add a tall, faster-growing tree to a natural area, please place your order for the pitch pine tree from TN Nursery today. We dig every order fresh, ensuring plant health. The Appearance of the Tall Pitch Pine Tree The pitch pine tree grows to a mature height of about seventy feet. The tree's top displays a roughly triangular shape as it grows but forms a softly rounded shape when full-grown. The trunk grows to about a two-foot diameter and bears thickened, yellowish-brown, deeply-furrowed bark. Pitch pine tree branches form interesting, gnarled shapes that droop gracefully. They form tufts of three- to five-inch needles in bundles of threes. The needles are medium green with a warm, golden undertone. The "fruit" of the pitch pine tree is its pine cone, which grows in attractive whorls of up to five cones. They are about three inches long with stiff, curved pines. The tree typically "drops" the pinecones in the fall. Order Your Pitch Pine Tree From TN Nursery Today If you need to add a tall, faster-growing tree to a natural area, please place your order for the pitch pine tree from TN Nursery today. We dig every order fresh, ensuring plant health.
Bald Cypress Tree$25.99
Bald Cypress Tree Bald Cypress Tree: Taxodium distichum, or the bald cypress tree, is a North American native evergreen tree species. Before cultivation, it occurred naturally across most of the temperate USDA growing zones. Early colonials found this tree in many areas, from the marshlands and swamps of the eastern shore of Maryland to the lower Mississippi River region. They cultivated this tree when they found its wood to be rot-resistant and sturdy for building barrels, homes, and even railroad ties. Today, growers across the United States love the bald cypress tree for its adaptability, year-round greenery, easy care, and lovely shape. TN Nursery recommends this tree for gardeners who need something to plant in constantly wet, poorly draining soil. Where to Grow the Bald Cypress Tree The bald cypress tree loves soil with a heavy moisture content and abundant organic matter. In fact, this tree even thrives in marshes and swamps! When you plant your bald cypress, select a full-sun location. It makes a lovely species to plant in these locations: Near a creek or stream. On the banks of a pond. In a slow-draining spot in the yard. As a feature in a water garden. Bald Cypress Tree is An Evergreen Beauty The bald cypress tree grows to a mature height between fifty and seventy feet. If in water, the species develops knobby-looking root growths, or knees, that appears just above the water's surface. This species grows to a pyramid or triangle shape with a slightly rounded top. Mature branches have a subtle but attractive drooping form. The bark presents as a dark reddish-brown with thin, peeling scales. The bald cypress tree bears small, feathery-looking, linear leaves almost an inch long. Tiny, pale lavender flowers bloom in the middle of spring; however, they sometimes go unnoticed to the fullness of the evergreen branches. Order Your Bald Cypress Tree From TN Nursery Today If you have a slow-draining spot in your yard that stays wet almost always, the bald cypress tree could be an ideal solution. Please order from TN Nursery today
White Oak Treefrom $13.99 $26.99
White Oak Trees (Quercus alba) White Oak Trees: Quercus alba, or the white oak tree, is a deciduous, long-lived hardwood species native to the eastern United States. It grows well across a range of USDA growing zones, covering most of the American landscape. White oak trees played an essential role throughout American history. The lumber harvested from this species was vital to building homes, barns, early horse wagons, home furnishings, and even barrels. Today's gardeners adore this species for its ample shade and plentiful green foliage. White oak trees need full sunshine or partially-sunny spot. They like soil containing plenty of woody organic materials, such as mulch, peat moss, leaf litter, or peat moss. Once it establishes roots, it is drought-tolerant, cold-tolerant, and heat-tolerant. Other Common Names for Quercus alba Besides white oak trees, some call Quercus alba by the following common names: Eastern White Oak Forked-leaf White Oak Northern White Oak Quebec Oak Common Oak The Towering Size and Lovely Green Beauty of White Oak Trees White oak trees can grow to sky-scraping heights. Most top out somewhere between seventy to a hundred feet. However, the tallest on record reached 135 feet. The canopy may get as large as eighty feet across, providing plentiful shade. They also live up to three hundred years or longer. One specimen in Maryland is approximately 450 years old. White oak tree trunks are whitish or light gray and slightly scaly. The bark forms shallow, attractive furrowing as the tree matures. It will produce acorns at around fifty years old. Leaves are as large as four inches wide and nine inches long. Each leaf displays a rounded-elliptical shape and even lobes with a wedge-shaped base. The leaf color is bright green with lighter undersides. In the fall, the leaves turn amber, purple, or russet in color, putting on a beautiful display. White Oak Trees Serve as a Wildlife Refuge White oak trees attract many backyard critters. Songbirds will nest and raise their fledglings in the cover of the leaves. Bees and pollinator insects will enjoy the shade and pollinate your tree. Once acorns form, chipmunks or squirrels will drop by to enjoy the feast. Order Your White Oak Trees From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery will ship you the healthiest white oak trees--please feel free to place your order today.
Sycamore Tree (Plantus occidentalis) Sycamore Tree: Plantus occidentalis, or the American sycamore tree, is a deciduous North American native species. It originated on the continent's east coast, stretching from southern Canada to northern Mexico. The sycamore tree is a tall, emerald green specimen, prized by landscapers and gardeners for its abundant shade, dense crown, and graceful good looks. The Sycamore Tree Is Good-Natured It grows well in most continental USDA growing zones, equally able to tolerate icy winters and summer heat. Its easygoing nature can thrive in soil with high moisture content but is drought-tolerant. It prefers a location that provides a combination of sun and shade. However, it can tolerate full sunshine if you keep the soil moist, especially during long and hot summer days. As an eastern forest native species, the sycamore tree loves woody organic matter. Your tree would love for you to put some hardwood mulch around it, especially mixing in some organics when you first plant your tree. Once you meet those two basic needs, your sycamore tree will establish roots and become self-sufficient faster than you can imagine. The Stately, Grand Appearance of the Sycamore Tree The sycamore tree is a grand, tall species that can grow up to one hundred feet and almost that wide at the crown. The crown is pleasantly shaped, rounded at the top, and usually slightly asymmetrical. The branches and leaves are dense, creating plenty of shade to relax on a hot day. Sycamore tree has a sturdy trunk with nutty brown to dark gray bark near the base, often mottled with red tones. It develops scales around the base. The upper bark lightens to a lighter tone as the bark exfoliates and exposes a fresh, more delicate layer. Sycamore tree leaves have three to five lobes, alternate on the stem, have slightly toothy edges, and are broad and oval-shaped. Their color is a bold green color. In the autumn, the leaves usually turn yellow or amber. Order Your Sycamore Tree From TN Nursery Today A sycamore tree is a gorgeous specimen that will grow almost anywhere, adding immense charm and beauty. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Maidenhair Fern Maidenhair Fern: The Maidenhair Fern is a perennial fern species that grows in humid and temperate areas of the United States. You might also recognize them by their other names: Rosy maidenhair Northern maidenhair Silver dollar maidenhair American maidenhair Don't let the many names trick you--they all refer to maidenhair ferns. The Maidenhair fern belongs to the Adiantum genus, which contains over two hundred species. Its scientific name,adiantum, comes from the Greek word adiantos, which means unwetted. TN Nursery finds these ferns a favorite for gardeners who live in densely shaded or forested areas, especially if they have consistently moist soil, as you might find near a creek or stream. Maidenhair Fern has an unique appearance Maidenhair fern fronds grow from sixteen to twenty-six inches long and form an intriguing softly-rounded oval shape. The spring-green leaflets are shallow and contain two or three forked veins. The veins have a more prosperous, darker green, making a stunning contrast against the softer hue of the leaves. Despite being robust, the maidenhair fern has a deceptive appearance, that of a delicate plant, due to its tiny leaves. Some describe the leaves as feathery or lacy due to foliage comprising many small, fan-shaped segments. However, most describe the delicate leaves as "hair-like," thus lending this fern its common name. The leaves emerge in late winter or early spring. The earliest leaves of the season are an attractive salmon color, but they soon turn a true spring green. How to Care for a Maidenhair Fern Maidenhair fern is gorgeous when you plant it in the middle or back row of a border planting or as a stand-alone specimen in a shade garden or water garden. It's also suitable for growing along the northern or shady sides of your home's foundation for a display of lively spring green. It grows well in shady locations and is easy to establish. It forms large colonies over time, spreading from a dense root system. It takes little care other than watering. Occasionally, you may wish to dig up unwanted growth and divide it into smaller sections. Maidenhair Ferns are available at TN Nursery Order Your maidenhair ferns from TN Nursery today--we are here to help.
Wax Leaf Privetfrom $13.99 $26.99
Wax Leaf Privet (Ligustrum japonicum) Wax Leaf Privet: Ligustrum japonicum, or the wax leaf privet, is a cold-hardy, fast-growing evergreen shrub that enjoys wide popularity across most USDA-growing regions in the United States. Wax leaf privet grows in sun or partial shade. It prefers fertile and consistently moist soil. They are a Japanese native species; however, they are one of the most widely used hedge plants in the United States. Gardeners love them for their year-long greenery, two to feet of growth per season, and relative lack of care. People who love the classic looks of precision-trimmed shrubs or hedges tend to adore this species. After a thorough pruning, it recovers quickly and looks fresh, full, and lovely faster than most can imagine. Ligustrum japonicum Has Several Common Names Depending on what region in the United States you live in, you might know the Ligustrum japonicum the other common names, such as the following: Curly Leaf Ligustrum Japanese Privet Privet Wax-leaf Privet The Evergreen Good Looks of Wax Leaf Privet Wax leaf privet can reach a mature height of up to twelve feet tall with a six-foot width. Bright to dark green, glossy leaves oppose each other on brown stems. The leaf shape is a broad oval that grows up to four inches long. During the spring, the wax leaf privet displays cross-shaped, white or cream flowers with four or five petals each. They are small in size--under an inch across--but abundant and lovely. The flowers produce tiny flat berries that measure under a quarter inch. While they are not valuable for humans, your local wildlife, including birds and squirrels, will happily clean them as they drop. They provide excellent nutrition for wildlife, and you will enjoy watching your backyard visitors enjoy their windfall. Order Your Wax Leaf Privet From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests wax leaf privet when a customer expresses a need for an evergreen shrub that will grow fast. Please place your order with us today.
Sugar Maple Tree$25.99
Sugar Maple Tree Sugar Maple Tree: Acer leucoderme, a subspecies of the silver maple tree, is best known as the sugar maple. It is a deciduous American native tree found in many USDA growing zones. Gardeners and landscapers include this tree in the landscape thanks to its stately size and shape, generous canopy, and sweet sap (maple syrup). The species grows well in full sunshine with adequate watering or partial shade. The sugar maple tree is a durable, easy-care species. It is drought-tolerant, cold-tolerant, heat-tolerant, insect-resistant, disease-resistant, and compaction-tolerant. It can even tolerate high-moisture content clay soils if it drains well. Acer leucoderme, a Tree of Many Names You may find several common names as you search for information about the sugar maple tree. Some people interchange these names--the trees are all closely related members of Acer saccharum. River Maple Swamp Maple Silverleaf Maple Silver Maple Water Maple Hard Maple White Maple Chalk Maple Leucoderme Northern Sugar Maple The Sugar Maple Tree Is a Good-natured Species In its native forests, the sugar maple tree grows near swamps, riverbeds, and on fertile floodplains. It loves a well-drained spot in your yard, but it will survive short droughts, quickly perking up after a restorative rainfall. The sugar maple requires plenty of woody organic materials. When you plant your tree, add wood mulch, peat moss, or another nitrogen-rich compost or fertilizer when you plant it. Follow up by adding these materials twice annually. Besides these needs, your sugar maple tree will need very little from you, especially after the roots strengthen. The Sugar Maple Tree Provides Plenty of Shade The sugar maple tree may reach a mature height of approximately eighty feet. It will develop a pleasantly rounded, dense crown about forty feet wide, providing ample shade. Sugar maple tree leaves are about three inches long, opposing, and lobed. They present in a glossy green during spring and summer and put on a show of orange and russet during the fall. The bark of a sugar maple tree is a nutty, rich brown but sometimes with a creamy-white chalkiness on its upper trunk. Order Your Sugar Maple Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery digs each tree fresh and ships quickly, ensuring you receive the healthiest plants possible. You can order confidently today.
Glade Fern Homalosorus pycnocarpos Glade Fern: Gardeners across the United States cherish Homalosorus pycnocarpos, or the glade fern, for its attractive, narrow, and lush green fronds. This species is a native plant from North America, originating in the United States and Canada. You might also recognize it by two other nicknames: ● Narrow-leaf spleenwort ● Narrow-leaved spleenwort ● Narrow-leaved glade fern As the name states, this species originated in forest glades, clearings in the forest that typically receive little or filtered sunlight. This common name correctly implies that you should plant this fern in a shaded or partially-shaded part of your yard. Glade Fern has an elegant appearance A mature glade fern shows off long, elegant fronds, which grow wider than tall. The height generally stays between one to two feet and extends out as much as three feet wide. This compact, petite appearance makes the glade fern perfect for a ground cover plant. The plants grow in clusters of five to six plants per grouping in moist, well-drained soil. If they become overly dry, the margins of the leaves will turn brown--signaling to you that it's time to give them some water. Homalosorus pycnocarpos stems are a golden-brown color, which provides a lovely contrast against the shiny, bright green fronds. The plant grows narrow fronds that seem to do a carefree dance with every breeze. The leaflets of the fronds are also slender. They have a slight blade shape with a gentle curve, giving a feathery appearance. Where to Grow Glade Fern in Your Yard Glade fern strongly prefers a fully shaded spot--and it is most carefree if you put it in the shade. However, you can also keep it healthy in filtered sunshine or semi-shade garden with careful attention to soil moisture and water when needed. If you don't want to put glade fern directly into the ground, you can put it in large, wide planters in a shady location. It instantly breathes life into the darkest, and often most barren, spots in your yard. Glade Fern is available online at TN Nursery Are you ready to beautify your shade garden with glade ferns? Order from TN Nursery today.
Giant Ostrich Fern$6.89
Ostrich Fern Onoclea struthioptersis Ostrich Fern: Onoclea struthioptersis, which some call an ostrich fern, is a crown-forming plant native to temperate regions of North America. This perennial species grows in damp forests and swampy areas from Canada to the south and western regions. Ostrich ferns are an attractive plant that can cover bare spots in your garden. They are resistant to common garden problems and are easy to care for. You can enjoy a fresh, vibrant garden with lovely foliage elements with little care. TN Nursery recommends the ostrich fern for bringing lively greenery and exciting textures to a shade or semi-shade garden. Ostrich Fern Gets its Name Ostrich ferns can grow pretty tall. The plants usually reach four to five feet high, but the most towering recorded height of the species is a grand six feet. The plant grows in erect clusters. Each frond has a sturdy, bright green center stem and pairs of leaves with a gently-rounded saw tooth texture. The crowning glory gives the ostrich fern its name. Each fertile frond forms a rosette crown in a lush green hue. The rosette title curves inward to form a tight coil. That bend gives the impression of an ostrich trying to bend down its head to hide. Thus, the rosette coil provides the descriptive household name for Onoclea struthioptersis. Where to Grow Onoclea struthioptersis The fern grows in light soil and prefers constant moisture. This fern tolerates a cool climate and moderate sunlight but prefers semi-shades to full shade. The widespread ostrich fern enjoys excellent popularity in semi-shaded gardens and along the foundations of buildings. Fiddlehead ferns are hardy perennials that can withstand temperatures as low as -4 degrees Fahrenheit. Use it in a border garden (near the back due to its height), in a wooded area where grass cannot thrive, or along the shaded foundation of your home. If you have a barren shady section of your landscape, fiddlehead fern will bring it to life. Fiddlehead Fern is available online at TN Nursery TN Nursery provides customers with freshly dug fiddlehead ferns only after receiving each order. You can order confidently, knowing you will receive healthy and fresh ferns.
Shade Fern Package - 10 Plants$19.98
Shade Fern Package Shade Fern Package: TN Nursery lovingly grows the most vigorous ferns at our central Tennessee nursery, and when you see our shade fern package with your own eyes, we will convince you. The ten big, mature plants are sure to impress you. We grow the healthiest and best ferns you can imagine. The shade fern package is your chance to purchase this set, hand-selected by our horticulture experts. When you order your shade fern package, we note your USDA growing zone to ensure you receive only species that will flourish in your region. Shade Fern Package Includes the Ten Best Species for Your Region Some of the species that you might receive, based on your USDA zone, include the following ferns: Royal ferns: One of the most popular ferns offered by TN Nursery, royal ferns have a classic, regal appearance and add a pop of bright green to your shade garden. Ostrich (Fiddlehead) ferns: Ostrich ferns (aka fiddlehead ferns): These ferns have tall, lovely, bright green fronds that coil inward, creating visual interest. Giant ostrich ferns: These massive ferns grow tall, adding life to a shade garden and serving as a focal point. This species is a show-stopper. Glade ferns: These shiny-leafed, gently draping ferns are shade-loving ferns that our customers love. Hay-scented ferns: Hay-scented ferns are fast growers that add vibrant greenery and has a comforting fresh-cut hay aroma. New York ferns: This New York native species is prevalent with TN Nursery customers in colder climates. Cinnamon ferns: They take their name from the tall cinnamon-colored spike it displays alongside its beautiful greenery. Sensitive ferns: This species grows well in all but the coldest climates. Its fronds have a lovely beaded appearance. Leatherwood ferns: The leathery appearance adds an intriguing look to the fronds of this species. Christmas ferns: This medium-sized, bright green fern is an evergreen species that you can enjoy all year. Bracken ferns: The lovely bracken fern adds an aesthetically pleasing burst of light green anywhere you plant it. Entrust us to choose the ten best ferns for your growing zone; we are confident you will be delighted with our selections. TN Nursery Will Serve as Your Horticulturist The shade fern package will include the best ferns for your growing area. Let us serve as your private horticulturist--order your shade fern package today. Shade fern package is available to purchase online at TN Nursery
Shortleaf Pine Tree Shortleaf Pine Tree: The towering shortleaf pine tree is an evergreen species native to the southeastern United States. It thrives across twenty-one states in the warmest USDA growing zones; it prefers hot, humid temperatures in the summer but will survive winter cold snaps. Many who order shortleaf pine tree from TN Nursery intend to reforest or add them to natural areas. Tree farms commonly plant them to grow to harvest as lumber after they mature. However, others want to leave behind a long-lived tree that will last for many decades. Besides these uses, the shortleaf pine tree helps provide winter cover to prevent soil erosion. Some use it to help retain the earth in open areas that suffer from wind erosion. The species is drought-tolerant once mature; however, it requires about an inch of water each week during its earliest developmental stages. Other than giving the seedlings some water if you do not receive adequate rainfall, it requires no further care.> Other common names for this tree include the following: Yellow pine Old field pine Rosemary pine Shortleaf Pine Will Grow Sky High Shortleaf pine will reach a sky-high mature size of as much as a hundred feet. It forms an attractive pyramid shape with a gently rounded top. The tree's bark is dark brown and might have a red tinge; it has a slightly scaled texture that adds visual interest. The needles of the shortleaf pine grow in bundles of two to three and are a rich blue-green color. As the tree matures, it will develop and drop pinecones. The pine cones are oval-shaped, relatively small (about two inches), and pleasingly symmetrical. People who enjoy arts and crafts enjoy collecting and using these in craft projects, especially during the winter holiday season. Order Your Shortleaf Pine Tree From TN Nursery Today If you want to naturalize your yard with a tall, stately evergreen tree that will live for many decades, TN Nursery suggests the shortleaf pine tree. Please place your order with us today.
Spruce Pine Tree$23.99
Spruce Pine Tree Spruce Pine Tree: Some call it the Virginia pine tree or Walter’s pine; others call it the spruce pine tree. This American native evergreen species originated in the wood forests along the east coast, from New York state south through Alabama. They thrive in a range of USDA growing zones, seemingly as unbothered by the southern New England cold as the hot and humid summers of the deep south. Most who purchase the spruce pine tree from TN Nursery need it for reforestation or to create natural areas. It is a long-lived tree that can survive as long as ninety years. The spruce pine tree is unconcerned about soil quality and can even flourish in depleted conditions--it will even grow in clay where other trees may fail to thrive. The Tall, Stately Look of the Spruce Pine Tree Spruce pine trees are tall. In fact, they can reach a mature height of around seventy feet or more. Some love this tree because it is evergreen, displaying green color even when other trees go dormant for the winter. The tree bark is a hue between gray and light brown; it sheds from the tree to renew itself; it develops an interesting scaled texture as the tree matures. The spruce pine produces slightly twisted, dark green needles in pairs. The crown is pyramid-shaped while growing and becomes a slightly-rounded dome when mature. The limbs grow in dark green whorls. A mature tree drops a proliferation of large, open pine cones up to four inches long. Those who love making crafts and wreaths will often collect the pine cones for use in traditional holiday crafting. Order Your Spruce Pine Tree From TN Nursery Today If you want to naturalize a garden with a tall, evergreen species that will live a long time, TN Nursery recommends the spruce pine tree. Please place your order with us today.
Willow Oak Tree$22.99
Willow Oak Tree Quercus phellos Willow Oak Tree: Quercus phellos, or the willow oak tree, is one of the most sought-after trees among TN Nursery customers. This oak species is a North American native species originating in the southeastern region. People adore this true for its voluminous shade and stately height. They also love the ever-evolving, colorful foliage it shows throughout the growing season. The leaves emerge light green in the spring and deepen to a true glossy green in the summer. Later in the year, they give way to amber and rust in the fall. The willow oak tree likes a warmer climate and full sunshine. It grows best in moist, woody soil that drains well. However, it can tolerate short periods of drought. The Graceful and Stately Appearance of the Willow Oak Tree The willow oak tree grows as high as a hundred feet at maturity, although most top out at around seventy feet tall. The canopy's spread can be almost forty feet wide, providing ample shade in time. Its crown forms a lovely, domed top. While growing, the tree has smooth red-brown bark; as the tree ages, the bark darkens in hue and develops small ridges and furrows. The tree develops gray-brown, slender branches and larger twigs that support the leafy canopy. Leaves grow in an alternate pattern as big as five inches long and an inch across. They are narrow, glossy, and have wavy edges. The willow oak develops half-inch or larger, pleasantly round acorns with a textured, saucer-like cap. The acorns drop from the tree in the autumn each year. Order Your Willow Oak Tree From TN Nursery Today Plant a willow oak tree to shade your yard, create a focal point in a natural area, or define a property boundary. This specimen tree, Quercus phellos, is a customer favorite--please order your willow oak tree from TN Nursery today.