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Creeping Phlox

Creeping Phlox

The Creeping Phlox is a low-growing perennial plant with small, vibrant pink flowers that form a dense carpet-like display in spring. It forms a beautiful, lush pink carpet array of blooms and is an excellent spreading groundcover plant that will control weeds and overgrowth near hillsides and banks you can not maintain. Due to its numerous benefits and aesthetic appeal, it is a popular and versatile plant used in landscaping.  For those who want to add gorgeous color to their yard, the creeping phlox is a solid option to consider. This plant, which is also known as the mountain type, moss type, and moss pink, is native to the central and eastern United States, and its beauty makes it a popular option for gardens around the globe. What are the notable benefits of adding this vibrant plant to your yard or garden? Creeping Phlox Has Brilliant Colors The plant's flowers are stunning, with colors ranging from pale blue, white, and pink to bright violet. Each flower has five hardy petals, but some have six petals. The plants bloom through the spring and summer, providing lasting color for approximately one month. As an evergreen perennial, the plant remains green throughout the year. It can brighten up an otherwise dull, dreary yard in the peak of the cold weather season. This Perennial Is A Fast-Growing Ground Cover This plant grows five inches tall and up to 13 inches in diameter. In addition to the expanse of a single plant, the plant grows rapidly. Many people take advantage of its beauty as an alternative to grass or as a filler in their larger gardens. Because of its short height, it does not need to be cut back as grass, and some other types of ground cover do. TN Nursery Offers Beautiful Weed Deterrents Weeds grow quickly and can make your yard look poorly maintained in a matter of weeks. The plant is dense with tightly clustered leaves. When in bloom, the flowers blanket the tops of the plants. Because of its unique traits, the plant prevents or minimizes weed growth. As a result, your gardens can continue to look amazing without needing to devote hours of your valuable time to pulling weeds regularly. It Helps With Soil Erosion Prevention Grass generally does not thrive on ledges and steep banks, making your grounds look barren and subject to erosion. The creeping phlox, however, thrives in these areas. Its presence can dramatically reduce the damaging effects of erosion while enhancing aesthetics. It is well-suited for providing immediate and long-term benefits to your property.

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Butterfly Milkweed

Butterfly Milkweed

Butterfly Milkweed plants are known for vibrant orange flowers, attracting monarchs, and significant ecological benefits, making them a popular choice in landscaping. Beyond its visual appeal, this native North American plant offers numerous advantages to any landscape's overall health and beauty.   Butterfly Milkweed Attracts Monarchs and Butterflies The butterfly milkweed instantly captivates with its vibrant hues and delicate beauty. Also known as Asclepias tuberosa, this wildflower can be found in various prairies and grasslands throughout the United States and parts of Florida. Are you ready to transform your garden with this stunning flower, sure to become the crown jewel of your collection? TN Nursery Offers Butterfly Milkweed And More The charm of this plant lies in its dazzling array of bright colors. Fiery oranges are punctuated with bursts of sunny yellows that grow in small groups. The blossoms are supported by hearty green stems and thin, pointed leaves that ensure the flowers themselves take center stage. Though it may be in full bloom during spring and summer, this plant continues to enchant with its enduring beauty well through the fall. Because it is a resilient, robust plant, it makes an excellent choice for both seasoned gardeners expanding their collection and new green thumbs embarking on their horticultural journeys. Create Your Butterfly Garden With Butterfly Milkweed Is it any surprise butterflies are part of this wildflower's name? These plants are rich in nectar, which attracts many butterflies to the landscape. You can create your sanctuary with these adorable flowers that invite dozens of fluttering visitors to your lawn. The true beauty of this plant lies in how it harmonizes with the natural world around it. The fluttering friends it attracts go on to pollinate other flowers and support a healthy, happy ecosystem for everyone to enjoy. No matter where they are planted, these flowers create a ripple effect that nourishes the spirit of their beholder and the more fantastic world around them. Plant Butterfly Milkweed alongside others like the purple coneflower, black-eyed susan, and bee balm to enhance your garden's allure for butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators. No matter where it is planted, this beautiful wildflower shimmers like a gem and adds an unmistakable beauty to the landscape. With irresistible colors, unwavering resilience, and a lovely connection to nature, it's no wonder that so many gardeners are instantly charmed by the brilliance of these wildflowers.

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Milkweed Plant

Milkweed Plant

The milkweed plant is known for attracting monarchs. It is a native perennial with clusters of showy, pink to mauve flowers and lance-shaped leaves. The plant attracts a host of pollinators while thriving in moist, wetland habitats. It boasts numerous benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. Its unique features contribute to outdoor spaces' aesthetic appeal and ecological value. With clusters of vibrant and captivating flowers, it adds a burst of color and charm to gardens while also serving as a vital component in supporting local ecosystems. Most people think of the common milkweed when the term ‘milkweed’ comes to mind. It is a tall plant noted for its pink to purple flowers. It’s one of 115 species of plants in the Asclepiadaceae family. The genus Asclepias is named after Asklepios, the Greek god of medicine. This is appropriate because it is known for containing high levels of cardiac glycosides, which are used in some treatments for heart disease. This same substance also serves as the only source for Monarch butterfly larvae. Where Does Milkweed Grow? It is native to the midwestern and eastern regions of the United States and Canada, but it can be found further west as well. It is most commonly found in more open habitats, such as pastures, prairies, fields, and roadsides. It needs total sun to grow but can tolerate light shade as well. You’ll normally find it commonly clustered together into large patches, which are called colonies. Description  It can grow to be over five feet tall. The foliage can grow up to 8 inches, elongated nearly four inches wide, and is somewhat thick. The upper part of the oval-shaped leaves is usually darker greenish in color, while the underside is much lighter green and sometimes even white. When cut, both the leaves and the stems reveal a milky latex. The flowers themselves can grow to be nearly an inch long and half an inch wide with a midrib that runs beneath them. They have a pink to purple coloring over them with a greenish tint and are very sweetly scented. Why Gardeners Like TN Nursery The pink-to-purple colors contrast well against lush green fields and dry yellow prairies alike. Gardeners like it for its distinctive appearance and sweet, fragrant aromas. Another reason why gardeners often like it is that it serves as the host plant for the beautiful monarch butterfly. These butterflies will lay their eggs on it, and as mentioned previously, the nectar also serves as the only source of food for the Monarch larvae. Gardeners who like monarch butterflies or are otherwise concerned about their declining population can grow it to provide these butterflies with a natural habitat. The Milkweed plant is a flowering perennial named for its cardenolide-bearing latex, which is beneficial to butterflies and other insects. Monarch butterflies use and require specific species, including Asclepias syriaca and Asclepias incarnata, as host plants. Their genus name, Asclepias, honors Asklepios, the Greek god of medicine.  Asclepias contains hundreds of species native to Africa, North America, and South America. Asclepias syriaca and Asclepias incarnata are native to the American continents and common across the central and eastern United States. The sun-loving Asclepias syriaca grows naturally in fields, prairies, and pastures, while Asclepias incarnata grows along creeks, ponds, and bogs. Their flowers typically bloom from June through August. Asclepias produces complex blossoms that have similarities to orchids. Their large, spherical clusters of five-petaled blossoms are found at the top of it's thick stems. Each Asclepias growth usually carries two to five clusters of flowers. The individual blossoms are about three-quarters of an inch long and emit a strong, sweet fragrance. Asclepias syriaca has greenish-pink to rosy pink blooms, while Asclepias incarnata's flowers tend toward a brighter purplish-pink hue. It can grow up to five feet tall. Their thick, bright green leaves are six to eight inches long and two to three-and-one-half inches wide. The leaves' upper surfaces are darker than their whitish undersides. In nature and in landscapes, Asclepias plants form colonies and need room to spread out. Asclepias incarnata is highly ornamental and fairly easily contained, making it well-suited to perennial, butterfly, and pollinator gardens. Asclepias syriaca works well in meadow gardens without defined borders. They grow easily from seed and spread as their rhizomes expand. They can be propagated in the late fall or early spring. Ecology Of The Plant Asclepias syriaca and Asclepias incarnata are the required food sources for monarch butterflies, beetles, moths, and other insects that evolved to feed on their nectar. In the midwestern and northeastern regions of the United States, their leaves are the most important source of nourishment for monarch caterpillars, and their presence helps to fortify and increase monarch populations. Planting This Perennial Will Bring the Butterflies to Your Garden If you want to encourage monarch butterflies and other pollinators to make your garden home, you'll surely want to add Asclepias to your landscape.

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Coneflower Plant

Coneflower Plant

The coneflower perennial plant, also known as echinacea, is known for its distinctive daisy-like, purple flowers with a prominent cone-shaped center. These flowers attract pollinators and add color to gardens.  Take Advantage of This Perennial With TN Nursery Coneflowers, which resemble daisies, typically bloom in the middle to end of summer. Certain types may begin blooming earlier or continue into the autumn. They are available in a rainbow of hues, from yellow to deep pink, and with both single and double blooms that are extremely vibrant. Magnus Superior variants bloom from the end of spring until the end of summer with rosy-violet rays that can reach a diameter of seven inches. These plants respond exceptionally well to deadheading.   Enjoy a Naturalizing Effect With a Coneflower Plant They spread gracefully, like wildflowers, thanks to their abundant seed production and self-sowing capabilities. Their delicate branches and colorful flowers make them perfect for gardens, where they provide visual interest without drawing attention to themselves. This naturalizing effect makes the plant look better and also works well for filling in gaps between flower beds. Add Diversity to Your Garden With This Perennial Because of their unusual shape and composition, cones are a great way to add variety to your landscape. Their unique cone shapes also make them eye-catching accents among other garden plants. They provide textural variety to a garden by growing erect, which contrasts wonderfully with trailing or mounding plants. In expansion, they can adjust to a broad range of soil types and light levels, so you have more alternatives for planting them. Invite Pollinators to Your Yard  Since they produce both nectar and pollen, many pollinators rely on these flowers for sustenance. Each of the 250 to 500 blooms that make up its black, cone-shaped flower head serves as a little cup of nectar for the pollinators. Bees and hummingbirds are just a few of the pollinators that love it. This variant can grow up to three feet tall and typically blooms between the middle of summer and the beginning of September each year. Because they produce seeds, they are a popular nectar source for birds as well.

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Cardinal Flower

Cardinal Flower

The Red Cardinal Flower has vibrant red blooms and tall, erect stalks; it adds a splash of color and a touch of elegance to gardens, parks, and various outdoor spaces. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, it brings several advantages, making it a popular choice for landscapers and gardeners. Cardinal Flower The scarlet-hued Lobelia cardinalis is a perennial in the bellflower family. Its tall, nectar-filled flower spikes attract hummingbirds and create a beautiful display in your garden. The plant's common name refers to the red robes a Roman Catholic cardinal wears.     Natural Habitat Of The Cardinal Flower Lobelia is native to the North and South American continents and blooms from July through September. This moisture-loving plant grows on stream banks and in low woods, marshes, and meadows across the United States. Appearance Of The Perennial If you want to create a handsome show in your garden, Lobelia is sure to delight. The plant's fiery spires yield brilliant red blooms that open gradually from the bottom to the top of their racemes. Each long, narrow, tube-shaped blossom has two flat upper petals and three lower petals that spread out at the tips. The delicate plant crown leafy 2’-4' stems, covered with shiny, lance-shaped, bright green leaves that sometimes have a bronze or reddish tint. The leaves alternate as they climb the stems, enhancing the blooms to create a lively riot of color. In the Garden Lobelia is a favorite of gardeners who love adding bold splashes of crimson to their garden. This plant is perfect for shady woodland plots, wet meadow plantings, water gardens, pollinator gardens, and rain gardens. Its long stems can add height to borders and create depth when placed in the back sections of your landscape. The blossoms are most spectacular from midsummer into fall, and they make excellent cut blooms. Ecology Of The Perennials Some people say that Lobelia will bring hummingbirds in from the sky. The plant's blooming period is in sync with the late-summer migration of ruby-throated hummingbirds who are traveling south to Mexico. The birds pollinate the plant by dipping their beaks into the plants' long, red tubes. The blossoms are also very attractive to swallowtail butterflies and bees, making them a wonderful centerpiece in a pollinator garden. Shop TN Nursery Today  When you want to make a bold, beautiful statement in your garden, be sure to include Lobelia in your plan and celebrate the summer season.

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Black Eyed Susan

Black Eyed Susan

Black Eyed Susan has vibrant yellow petals and dark, contrasting centers and is a popular and delightful addition to any landscaping project. This native North American wildflower offers a host of pleasing attributes that make it a sought-after choice for gardens and outdoor spaces. From its adaptability to its visual appeal and ecological benefits, it stands out as a versatile and attractive plant. Black Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) is a type of long-flowering Rudbeckia in the aster family Asteraceae. It's also called "brown Betty," and "gloriosa daisy." This upright, fast-growing plant is native to eastern and central North America, with angustifolia, Florida, hirta, and pulcherrima varieties growing in separate regions of the continental United States. Their yellow and gold blossoms tend to bloom from June until after the first frost. Black-eyed Susan Cultivation If you're looking for a flower that's versatile enough to grow well in everything from containers to flower beds to more naturalistic landscapes, they are the perfect choice. Their bright, cheery, and prolific blooms are attractive in garden borders, butterfly and wildflower gardens, and meadow plantings. They also make beautiful cut flowers with a vase life of up to ten days. Size, Shape, and Color Of Black Eyed Susan Most Black Eyed Susan grow 1'–3¼' tall and 1'–1½' wide. Their long, bristly leaves grow near the base of the plant, while their daisy-like flowers rise high above the foliage. Each 2"–4" wide blossom features eight to thirty yellow-gold florets that radiate from a dark brown, black, or greenish-colored cone-shaped seed dome. Attract Pollinators With Black Eyed Susan From TN Nursery To attract pollinators like butterflies and bees throughout the summer, be sure to include it in your landscaping plan. These flowers are also loved by mosquito-eating dragonflies and birds. Pollinators enjoy the flowers' nectar as they move from plant to plant, causing them to grow seeds that birds eat in winter. When left alone, their seed pods usually dry out and disperse nearby, which may open areas and roadsides with new flowers the following year. Some varieties will start to flower the same year, in June, while others bloom later. Removing faded flowers, also called "deadheading," can prolong the blooming season. However you select and maintain your plants, you're sure to love the way they brighten your garden.

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Spigelia Indian Pink

Spigelia Indian Pink

Spigelia Indian Pink is a native wildflower beloved for its striking tubular, red-and-yellow flowers that attract hummingbirds and thrive in shaded woodland gardens. It offers many benefits when incorporated into landscaping projects, enhancing outdoor spaces' visual aesthetics, ecological diversity, and overall vibrancy. This unique perennial plant presents distinct features that contribute to various aspects of landscape design. Spigelia Indian Pink is a stunning herbaceous perennial that is native to woodland areas across the inland regions From Texas to Florida and Virginia to Missouri. This wildflower plant has a distinctive flower, and it is commonly grown in gardens as an ornamental plant. With a closer look at this beautiful flower in the Astrid family, you may easily decide to incorporate it into your landscaping design. The Eye-Catching Beauty Spigelia Indian Pink This wildflower has a stunning look that is easily identifiable. The flowers bud straight out from the top of the stems in an elongated fashion. This bright red or pink bud then sprouts a small, delicate flower at the top. This yellow flower has a star-like shape with six petals. The large, pointed leaves have a dusty green hue. When the plants are in full bloom, which usually occurs in May, you can enjoy a sea of green, red, and yellow in your garden. This Perennial Saves Wildlife  This plant strongly attracts hummingbirds to its flowers. Hummingbirds are natural pollinators, so they promote the health of other plants in your garden. In addition, hummingbirds eat wasps, mosquitoes, aphids, ants, and other pesky insects that you may prefer to keep out of your space. The roots of this lovely plant also dispel several types of worms that could otherwise damage the plants. The Hardiness Of It While this wildflower plant prefers moist soil, it is hardy enough to withstand drought conditions. The plant will grow taller and thicker when it has adequate moisture. The dry months of the year stymy growth and often transition into the colder weather season when the plant lies dormant. However, the blooms will return again in the spring months. TN Nursery Loves This Plant It grows in clumps that may be up to two feet tall and two feet wide. When planted ornamentally, these plants are often shaped through pruning. Commonly, they are rounded to appear as bushes. However, they can also grow broadly by retaining their free, wildflower look. The plants spread through natural propagation, and you can facilitate growth by planting the cut stems.

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Yarrow

Yarrow

Yarrow is a hardy perennial herb with feathery, fern-like leaves and flat-topped clusters of small, colorful flowers, commonly found in meadows and gardens and known for its med and ornamental properties. Common Yarrow botanical name is Achillea Millefolium, and it's a perennial that's known for its crown of small, white flowers. Its other names include milfoil, old man's pepper, nosebleed plant, devil's nettle, and soldier's woundwort. The latter name is a reference to its medicinal uses in ancient cultures. Achillea Millefolium is native throughout North America. In fact, if you've ever been on a hike, you've probably seen these flowers while traversing the trail. Attributes of Yarrow The Achillea Millefolium or milfoil can grow to heights of up to three feet. The flowers can be white, red, yellow, or rose, depending on the soil type of the plant. Gardeners can expect the plant to bloom from April through September. The blooms typically have five petals, and the flowers form in clusters. The plant's scent is considered pleasant, and the foliage is considered captivating. This is because the leaves form leaflets that resemble the leaves of ferns. They can reach lengths of five inches. There are branches on this plant, except at the top. Creating Captivating Natural Focal Points with the Yarrow Plant Gardeners can enjoy planting the Achillea Millefolium along walls and around foundations. They can also be planted along hedge walls if the chosen side of the hedge receives little wind. It also works well in pollinator and butterfly gardens. Draw Pollinators to Your Yard With The Perennial Plant The Achillea Millefolium's flowers attract all types of pollinators, including butterflies and bees, who forage for its pollen. The most common butterflies found around Achillea Millefolium are the West Coast Lady and the Lorquin Admiral. It's also been known to attract beetles and moths. Great Plants to Include At TN Nursery Achillea Millefolium does well when planted around the black-eyed susan, coneflower, and catmint. Gardeners who love herb gardens may also want to plant it around their dill, thyme, oregano, and basil plants because milfoil has been known to repel some types of pests. Gardeners will love the Achillea Millefolium for its beautiful flowers and fern-like appearance. It does well around other wildflowers and herbs, especially when planted in areas that receive little wind..

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Jewelweed Plant

Jewelweed Plant

Jewelweed Plant - Impatiens Capensis It is known for its vibrant appearance and unique characteristics and offers various landscaping benefits. Its inclusion can contribute to a garden or outdoor space's overall aesthetic appeal and ecological balance.  Jewelweed (Impatiens capensis) is an annual wildflower that is also known as orange balsam and spotted touch-me-not. Some say that it gets its name from the sparkling dewdrops that line its leaves in the morning, while others contend that the brilliant, red-spotted orange flowers glow like bright jewels. These flowers are also famous for their explosive seed pods, which give the plant the name "touch-me-not." The Native Habitat Of The Perennial Native to northern and eastern North America, it starts blooming in June and continues until it succumbs to October frosts. The flower grows naturally in cool, low woodlands and decorates shady stream banks, creek banks, lakesides, and marshes. The Appearance  Orange balsam is a lush green wildflower that grows 3'–5' tall. It branches prolifically and produces a profusion of inch-long, spotted orange blossoms with blood-orange or red markings. Each delicate blossom hangs from its own stalk among neighboring flowers. They have two lips, five petals, and three sepals, one of which is a pouch-shaped structure with a nectar spur that curves back under the rest of the flower. The blooms form small clusters that rise above the herb's upper leaves. The jewelweed's round green to reddish-green stems are smooth, succulent, and semi-translucent. Its toothed, spade-shaped, bluish-green leaves are usually about 2½"–3" long and grow in an alternating configuration on the herb's upper stems. It makes a beautiful addition to woodland gardens, shady rain gardens, and pollinator gardens. It's a great choice for ponds, bog gardens, and lowland areas. Although it's an annual, this wildflower tends to return once established. The Ecology Of The Plant The blossoms attract butterflies and other pollinators. Hummingbirds and bumblebees, the herb's major pollinators, find nourishment in its sweet nectar and play a large role in its successful propagation. It is also a food source for moth caterpillars, bobwhite quail, mice, and deer, which are fond of its stems, leaves, and seeds. If you'd like to add a bright pop of orange to your summer garden, planting it is sure to bring joy to your landscape with its delightful blooms.   Shop At TN Nursery

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Blue Lobelia

Blue Lobelia

Blue Lobelia has striking blue hues and an attractive shape; this perennial plant can elevate the aesthetics of any garden or outdoor space. It is an excellent addition to any landscape design, from attracting pollinators to providing visual appeal. Blue Lobelia is an amazing choice when you crave flowers that swirl together showy blue blossoms with vibrant greenery in bright spikes. It's a striking, solidly built plant that delights both people and pollinators. The Aesthetics of The Blue Lobelia Perennial Several large flowers spiral around the stout central stem in an extended cluster. They are positioned most heavily along the upper portion of the stem. The tubular flowers have five petals with edges that curl attractively. Two petals form an upper lip. Three fuse together to form a lower lip that is more prominent. Blooms are typically about an inch in length, and they may appear solid or striped. While the bold flowers are clearly the stars of the show, the vibrant green foliage shines in its supporting role. The thick, unbranching stem stands firm and tall, allowing the plant to attain a height of two feet to three feet with ease. In fact, plants reaching four feet in height are not uncommon. The stems are wrapped in alternating leaves with no stalks in varying shapes. Some are shaped like a lance and finely toothed. These can measure up to five inches in length. Others are elliptical and can be between two inches and six inches in length. They are primarily found in shades of blue or purple. However, plants with white flowers are also available. In addition, crosses with cardinal flowers may result in plants that produce pink blooms. Blue Lobelia Blooming Season This wildflower generally unfurls its blooms in midsummer or later and continues the show until fall. In many regions, that means you can enjoy the flowers from July through October. Blue Lobelia are amazing flowers that put on a fantastic show, so they're a wonderful choice when you want something big, bold, and beautiful. They attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and pollinators. They flourish along ponds and water features, are favorites in borders, thrive in rain gardens, and delight when paired with plants like ferns, heuchera, or cardinal flowers. Shop Blue Lobelia At TN Nursery

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Maximilian Sunflower

Maximilian Sunflower

Maximilian Sunflower is a tall, native perennial with bright yellow, daisy-like flowers and narrow leaves, often forming impressive colonies and attracting pollinators in late summer and fall. They are remarkable and versatile plants that offer a range of benefits when used in landscaping. Their vibrant color and adaptability can add aesthetic value and functional advantages to various outdoor spaces. The Maximilian Sunflower is a radiant North American perennial known for its impressive stature and vibrant yellow hue. With a propensity to form dense colonies, these stunningly dynamic plants provide rich visual appeal to any landscape or garden. Their sublime and livening presence innately offers rich levels of enchantment for the gaze of onlookers. Why is the Maximilian Sunflower so Iconic These gorgeous natural creations intrinsically reach toward the sky. Standing erect, they often reach a looming height of around 10 feet. The towering beauties possess uniquely slender stems decorated with long lance-shaped leaves. Underneath the flower head, dark green phyllaries stick straight out before subtly curling at the tips. The bright golden petals delightfully evoke luminescent rays of sunshine. A jagged alternation pattern creates intricate layers of pleasing asymmetry. Their wispiness embodies an illustrative quality that summons a beatific repose. This flower’s center is packed with circular bronze florets. These discs often showcase a fractalized pattern that is simply mesmerizing. Meanwhile, the circumference is embedded with sleek light-yellow florets that create a glorious juxtaposition. The Perennial Can Cultivate a Blissful View Their relatively late blooming period is a very happy presence in summer and early fall. Thus, they can become the cornerstone of any idyllic scenery. Unlike many other growths from the same genus, these sunflower stems can support several clusters each. As a result, these durable plants make for a divine ornamental selection with downright transformative effects on the landscape. Humans Aren’t the Only Ones Who Love It Sunflower Wildlife tends to fancy this flower, too. Their abundance of nectar is considered irresistible to local pollinators, so they are often associated with a thriving ecosystem full of bees and butterflies. Later in their flowering stage, the seeds occasionally attract a diverse ornithological scene, much to the delight of birdwatchers. These regal plants derive their namesake from Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied. The famed German explorer first came upon these magnificent flowers during his North American expeditions, and they were dubbed Helianthus maximiliani in his honor. It is a suitable title, especially since any outdoor environment is lucky to be bestowed with these golden gems. Buy Today At TN Nursery

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Golden Rod

Golden Rod

Goldenrod is a perennial wildflower, with striking clusters of bright yellow, tufted flowers on upright stems, contrasting against its slender green leaves, and is known for attracting pollinators to gardens and meadows. It is a delightful and beneficial plant with several advantages in landscaping projects. This perennial is in the Asteraceae family and is well-regarded for its vibrant yellow flowers and ornamental qualities. Goldenrod Produces Long Flower Clusters  The bright and sunny blooms add a touch of warmth and joy to outdoor spaces. This plant is beautiful to pollinators, such as bees and butterflies. The nectar-rich flowers serve as a valuable food source for these beneficial insects, supporting pollination in the garden and contributing to the health and diversity of the ecosystem. By planting it in the landscape, gardeners can actively promote biodiversity and contribute to the conservation of pollinators. Moreover, it is well-suited for naturalistic or wildflower gardens. Its tall and airy growth habit allows it to blend seamlessly with other native plants and wildflowers, creating a natural and harmonious landscape. When planted in groups, it makes an eye-catching display that mimics the beauty of a meadow, attracting attention and admiration from garden visitors. This plant is relatively low-maintenance, making it practical for landscape designs that require less care. Once established, the plant is generally drought-tolerant and can withstand dry periods, reducing the need for frequent watering. Additionally, it is usually resistant to pests and diseases, reducing the need for chemical treatments and promoting a more eco-friendly and sustainable landscaping approach. In conclusion, golden rod offers several benefits when landscaping projects. Its vibrant appearance, attractiveness to pollinators, suitability for naturalistic gardens, and low-maintenance requirements make it a valuable addition to parks and outdoor spaces. By incorporating it into landscape designs, enthusiasts can create visually enchanting and ecologically friendly landscapes that support pollinators and contribute to the overall beauty and health of the environment. Get yours at TN Nursery today! Goldenrod, or Solidago, is a rich and captivating wildflower that graces the landscapes of North America, Europe, and Asia with its striking presence. This perennial herbaceous plant, often found in meadows, fields, and along roadsides, stands tall and proud, adding a touch of sunshine to its surroundings. With its slender stems reaching up to five feet, it boasts an elegant appearance that immediately catches the eye. This Perennial Is Stunning In A Garden The leaves are lance-shaped, alternating along the stem, and possess a rich green hue contrasting the golden blooms. The blossoms typically emerge in late summer and early autumn and are the true showstoppers. Each plant bears clusters of bright, yellow, composite flowers that form plume-like inflorescences at the top of the stem. These striking blooms are composed of numerous tiny florets that create a stunning and intricate display of color, enticing pollinators such as butterflies and even hummingbirds. Its charm extends beyond its visual appeal. A gentle breeze often carries a sweet, honey-like fragrance from its flowers, filling the air with a delightful scent. This scent and the mesmerizing sight of bees buzzing busily among the blooms symbolize mid to late summer and early fall in many regions. It Is A Long Bloomer In addition to its aesthetic and olfactory pleasures, it is vital in supporting local ecosystems. As a nectar-rich plant, it nourishes a wide variety of pollinators, contributing to the health of local bee populations and aiding in pollinating other plants. Moreover, its dense foliage offers shelter and habitat for numerous insects and small animals. Goldenrod's ability to thrive in diverse environments, from open fields to woodlands, adds to its allure, making it a resilient and enduring symbol of beauty in the natural world. Whether observed in a wild meadow or cultivated in a garden, its golden splendor continues to captivate and inspire those fortunate to encounter it.

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Anemone Plant

Anemone Plant

The Anemone is a delicate, spring-blooming perennial wildflower with fern-like leaves and small, white to pinkish flowers, often found in woodland settings. The, also known as Rue Meadow-rue or Early Meadow-rue is a delicate and charming native perennial in North America that offers many benefits when used in landscaping. Its dainty appearance, adaptability, and unique attributes make it a desirable addition to various outdoor spaces. The Rue Anemone is part of the buttercup family. Its botanical name is Thalictrum Thalictroides. It's important to note that it is not the Isopyrum Biternatum, which looks similar. Gardeners often refer to it as the windflower. It's native to North America and can be found in wooded areas. Gardeners love this wildflower for its white or pink flowers that tend to bloom early in the season. Identifying The Anemone Plant Anemone plants are revered for their fragile appearance. They are identifiable by their white to pale pink flowers. They can attain sizes of up to 12 inches tall and develop anywhere from one to six white or pale pink flowers. Each flower typically has five sepals, which look like petals. Atop the sepals reside several yellow stamens, which add a lovely contrast to the pale color of the blooms. Below the flower, gardeners can view three-parted leaves that are dark green. The stems of the windflower are typically reddish or reddish-brown. These wildflowers usually bloom from April to May, but they've been known to bloom well into June. Gardening With Anemone Plant They look great in wildflowers and shade gardens. It can be planted around trees, especially oak, maple, hickory trees, and shrubs. These flowers make a great addition to hillsides and ridges. What to Plant Around Anemone Plant They can be grouped with other trees, flowers, shrubs, and ornamental grasses. Some favorite companion wildflowers include pulmonarias, bleeding hearts, and daffodils. Gardeners can also pair the windflower with lily of the valley, hostas, Hakone grass, and tulips. The blooms of the Anemone Plant attract bees, which can be beneficial for gardeners who have other flowers, vegetable gardens, or fruit bushes that need pollinators to develop their berries and vegetables. Gardeners can enjoy planting these beautiful wildflowers under and around trees, in shade gardens, and in areas where they are trying to rewild for environmental friendliness.

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Yellow Coneflower

Yellow Coneflower

Yellow Coneflower is a native perennial wildflower with striking, yellow daisy-like flowers and a central cone, attracting pollinators and adding bright color to prairies and gardens. They are a delightful addition to any landscape, offering numerous attributes that make them popular among gardeners. Add Color to Your Garden With Yellow Coneflower These plants, which also produce achenes fruit, can grow up to three feet tall and have rough stems and leaves. A single flowerhead grows on an unbranched stem that originates from the plant's base leaves. Each flower can have up to 13 drooping golden petals that are 1½–3½ inches in length and have notched ends. As they dry, the fruits within their bur-like dome-shaped heads become black. Enjoy a Long Blooming Period With The Perennial A long flowering season is a great tool for coordinating plant combinations and flower arrangements. This plant blooms for a duration of one to two months, beginning in early summer and ending in late summer. The plant's cone-shaped green core eventually becomes a deep purple or brown as the blooming season progresses. Keep in mind that most of these flowers won't fully bloom until their second or third year of growth. The fruit that these plants produce doesn't usually develop until late summer or fall. At their tips, the achenes can display four little teeth, giving them an oblong-angular form. Make Your Garden More Attractive TN Nursery Plants These plants are a great addition to any garden since they draw in pollinators and birds. Birds love the seeds from the flower's cone-shaped core, and bees and butterflies also visit the blossom. From a design perspective, the cone-shaped seed heads with their sharp points make them a one-of-a-kind architectural feature. Create Beautiful Backdrops With The Textured Foliage Of The Plant The textured leaves of these plants, which are also known as perennial black-eyed Susans, provide movement and contrast to any garden. These plants stand out because of their large, glossy leaves, which look like cabbage leaves. You can use the textured foliage to increase the visual appeal of your own yard. Their greenery is an excellent addition to naturalized areas, rain gardens, and gardens as a whole.

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Annual Phlox

Annual Phlox

Annual Phlox blooms in spring, summer, and fall, making this perennial so popular. It also has a long blooming season in the fall and stays blooming for weeks. This delightful flowering plant brings robust color and charm to any landscaping project. As an annual plant, it completes its life cycle within a single growing season, but its attributes make it a popular choice for gardeners year after year. Let's explore why this annual is a fantastic addition to your landscape. Phlox provides color shades of pink, purple, red, white, and even bi-color combinations. Annual Phlox Provides Stunning Flowers It is a favorite among gardeners who love show-stopping blossoms. This plant is known for producing massive clusters of flowers in spring and summer. The plant features small, flat blooms that burst out of the top of the plant. The flowers always have five petals with rounded or slightly pointed tips, so their shape is similar to a star. During peak blooming season, a plant can quickly produce hundreds of blossoms. TN Nursery Offers Vibrant Colored Annual Phlox Annual Phlox blossoms come in a wide range of different colors. Depending on the variant you select, they can be red, purple, white, pink, or blue. Blooms can range from soft, pastel shades of blush pink and lavender to bright, eye-catching shades of magenta and crimson. Many types have variegated blooms that create awe-inspiring visuals. Some standard options include royal purple flowers with white centers or pink with red centers. Gorgeous Greenery & Delicate Blooms Of The Annual Phlox Though they are mostly known for its flowers, it continues to make a statement even when it's not blooming. Before and after it blossoms, the plant has a graceful look that accentuates any property. It grows in clusters of around six to 20 inches tall. The vertical stalks have a pleasantly even look with regular rows of leaves. The leaves typically have an elongated, teardrop shape with small ripples down the center of each leaf. In most cases, they're a medium green shade, but some variants may have silvery green leaves. The upright spikes of the plants add plenty of visual appeal to any location. Annual Phlox creates dense carpets of flowers that work well for landscapers. Some people like to plant them as fillers in flower beds, and others want to arrange the plants into low shrubs or borders. The versatile colors make coordinating yours with your other plants and decor easy. It's also a popular groundcover form for people who prefer more informal arrangements. A sweeping blanket of them in the spring or summer creates a charming backdrop, and its bright colors work well in wildflower gardens.

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Tall Phlox

Tall Phlox

Tall Phlox is a perennial plant valued for its upright growth habit, showy clusters of fragrant, colorful flowers, and attractiveness to pollinators, making it a popular choice in gardens and borders. It is a popular perennial plant often used in landscaping for its numerous benefits. Here are some advantages of incorporating tall phlox into your landscape design. Known for its vibrant colors, this flower is a popular addition to many home gardens. Native to North America, this stunning plant can grow in many different environments. As a part of your garden, it can liven up flower beds and walkway borders during the warmer months of the year. Enjoy Tall Phlox in Your Flower Beds As a perennial, this stunning plant will return year after year. Known as a favorite among beginning gardeners, this flower can be used in many parts of your garden. You can find this flower in landscapes and along slopes. It is often tucked into garden beds. While it is popular as a landscape plant, many people also grow it for its potential as a cut flower. Discover Green Leaves, and Fragrant Flowers With This Perennial Because of its growth habits, you never have to struggle to see this plant. This upright flower typically grows about 3 feet in height. If you need a shorter option for your gardening beds, some of the cultivars grow only 2 feet in height. Beloved by pollinators, it is a common addition to butterfly and hummingbird gardens. Once the flowers start blooming, you can enjoy having them throughout the summer. A Rainbow of Colors When it comes to picking a color, you don’t have to limit yourself to just one. Depending on the cultivar, you can find these panicle flowers in just about any shade you can think of. While it is exceptionally popular in shades of blue and purple, it can also be found in hues of pink, orange, and white. Find Out Why So Many Gardeners Love TN Nursery Other than its stunning flowers, this plant is also recognizable because of its dark green foliage. When the fragrant florets arrive, they form flower heads that are about 5 to 6 inches in size. If you are short on space, these flowers can also grow well in planters. Whether you want to include them in your flower beds or a container garden, there are many ways to incorporate this stunningly beautiful flower into your garden.

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Echinacea  Plant

Echinacea Plant

The echinacea plant is a popular Spring and Summer blooming pollinator perennial. It's also known as the Purple Coneflower Plant. These plants grow from 1-3 feet in height at maturity and serve as a master of the flower garden to attract monarchs, goldfinches, and all types of pollinators and birds.  These Perennials Have Distinctive Flower Heads On Stalks These beautiful native perennial plants have super sturdy stems that hold the flowers in place. They have daisy-shaped blooms, but they 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.  This perennial has lanced-shaped leaves and the blooms and plants vary in size, often ranging from medium height to larger, making them not so uniform and a favorite in flower beds and gardens alike. There are other species of coneflowers, known as cultivars. It is well accented with the yellow varieties as well. The Echinacea Plant Is Very Hardy and Resilient They prefer the sun and a good drainage area. The spreading petals offer a disc-like appearance to the plant and it's often used in many upscale landscaping designs and schemes. These are long-blooming perennials and they rebloom every spring offering years of enjoyment in the garden.  They also can thrive in partial shade as well. This, being one of the top pollinator plants, is very low maintenance and easy to care for. It's a native wildflower plant that is native to the Eastern United States and some of the DOT has planted them in interstate mediums to restore the monarch's extinction. They are a highly sustainable plant and one that you will not ever grow tired of due to their ability to ward off pests and diseases also makes them highly desirable. Shop TN Nursery Today

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6 Pack - Gayfeather Liatris

6 Pack - Gayfeather Liatris

Gayfeather Liatris plants typically produce tall spikes of purple or white flowers that bloom from top to bottom. These flowers are densely packed along the spike, creating a striking visual display in gardens and natural landscapes. Sold In 6 Pack Cell Trays If you're looking for a unique flowering plant that will add depth and height to your gardens, gayfeather liatris may help you fulfill your landscaping dreams. It is also known as dense blazing star and button snakeroot. To botanists, it's known as Spicata. It is native to eastern North America, where it can be found growing next to tall grasses and wildflowers. It is part of the aster family and one of 40 plant species. Gayfeather Liatris Characteristics It can grow to a height of up to four feet and a width of up to one foot. It spouts long, cone—or brush-shaped pink to purple blooms that blossom from summer to late fall and make excellent cuttings for bouquets. The plant's leaves average 16 inches in length and resemble grass or feathers. Gardeners will especially enjoy the leaves throughout the fall because they tend to keep their color and shape late into the season. Add Vertical Accents with Gayfeather Liatris It is prized for its ability to add vertical accents to gardens. This wildflower looks best in front of other perennials and ornamental grasses, where it can add color and height. Gardeners may also prefer to use it along the borders of their property or to add visual interest to the edges of sidewalks and driveways. If you love bird or butterfly watching, this flowering perennial would make a great addition to your yard. It attracts birds, butterflies, bumble bees, and honey bees. It's beautiful to monarch butterflies, silver-spotted skippers, and painted ladies. Hummingbirds have even been known to frequent dense blazing stars because they produce a lot of nectar. Best Places to Plant Gayfeather Liatris Dense Gayfeather Liatris can be found naturally in meadows and prairies throughout eastern North America. Gardeners can enjoy planting it in cottage, English, butterfly, and even rain gardens. They pair well with beardtongue, beebalm, blue fescue, common Bluestar, and false blue indigo. It makes a beautiful addition to many different types of flower and butterfly gardens. It's also perfect for planting in areas that are being rewilded, naturalized, or xeriscaped.

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Maxmillian Sunflower

Maxmillian Sunflower

Maxmillian Sunflower perennial grows to a height of 3-10 feet in height with slender stalks and narrow leaves with bright yellow flowers that are excellent for attracting pollinators. These perennials bloom after most all other perennials have stopped blooming in later summer into early fall. The Latin name for this vibrant plant is helianthus maximiliani.  Maxmillian Sunflower Has Vibrant Yellow Blooms In Late Summer to Fall The blooms are a brilliant yellow with many petals alongside a disk-shaped cone. These plants are native to the United States in many regions, and they are so hardy you can find them native growing even near roadways, prairies, and open fields.  Native perennials are sustainability-friendly and promote birds, bees, and monarchs for open pollinators. They are also super low maintenance and seldom have the need for fertilizers or even water in areas with adequate rainfall. It's a super hardy wildflower perennial with rough edges displaying its durability in the simplicity of the way it looks as well. This Perennial Can Tolerate Poor Soils and Drought Conditions The Maxmilliam Sunflower can tolerate drought conditions and open sunlight. Birds and insects feast off the seeds inside the conehead of the plant, making it a great source for good supply without messy bird feeders or buying bird seeds. This sunflower plant is highly sustainable, hardy, and thrives in various soil types, making it one of the best, most vibrant, and hardiest of all full sun plants. TN Nursery offers blooming age, bare root perennials at a fraction of the cost of potted plants. Why buy a container and a handful of soil and pay three prices when you can buy the plant bareroot and have the same thing shipped to your door at a fraction of the cost?   Shop Today At TN Nursery

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Black Eyed Susan

Black Eyed Susan

The vibrant Black Eyed Susan offers a long Summer and Fall blooming cycle, making it a favorite of all sun perennials. With striking yellow petals resembling a daisy, it is a garden favorite. It also attracts pollinators like butterflies, bees, and birds, making it an essential favorite in the garden. The black "eye" in the center of the deep yellow blooms is striking, making it a more exotic plant than most. Black Eyed Susans Resilience and Growth At maturity, it grows to be 1-3 feet in height, and the spread is 1-2' wide. If you love growing plants that offer more than just beauty, always opt for native plants and wildflowers like the Black Eyed Susan. The Latin name is Rudbeckia Hirta, and for those without a green thumb or those wanting a resilient plant that blooms and can not be harmed easily, this is the plant for you! Black Eyed Susan Thrives In Sun These perennials thrive in full sun and well-drained soil and are low-maintenance native plants that live for decades. That's why TN Nursery loves natives; not only are they disease- and pest-resistant, but they are also low-maintenance and hardy. Wildflower gardens and beds are usually where homeowners like to plant rudbeckia plants. It is a vibrant and cheerful flowering plant native to North America, belonging to the genus Rudbeckia. Here's a description: Appearance: They are known for their striking appearance, featuring golden-yellow petals surrounding a dark brown center, giving them their "black-eyed" look. The petals are often daisy-like in shape, with a slightly drooping or upright habit depending on the variety. Size: These plants can vary in size depending on the species and cultivar, but they typically range from 1 to 3 feet in height and have a spread of about 1 to 2 feet. Blooming period: They typically bloom from midsummer to early fall, adding color to gardens and landscapes. Growing conditions: They thrive in full sun and well-drained soil, although they can tolerate various soil types, including clay and sandy soils. They are relatively low-maintenance plants and are drought-tolerant once established. Landscaping uses: They are popular choices for borders, mass plantings, wildflower gardens, and cottage gardens. They also attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies, making them valuable additions to wildlife-friendly landscapes. Buy Black Eyed Susan At TN Nursery Today Overall, Black Eyed Susans are cherished for their beauty, resilience, and ability to brighten up any garden with their vibrant blooms.

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Fall blooming plants are like nature's almanac - they always let you know when the seasons are changing. From the golden sunflower to the purple gayfeather, it's hard to ignore the colors of autumn.

TN Nursery is a proud provider of each of the above plants (and many more). With three generations of growing experience, we specialize in blooming plants that flower even at the end of the season.

The Magic Of Fall Blooming Plants

The breeze is getting cooler, the leaves are changing color, and it's getting dark a little earlier each night. There's no doubt about it - fall is coming. This means it's time to think about blooming plants!

There's so much to love about autumn-blooming plants, like:

  • Their color. How could you not fall in love with bright orange milkweed or the vibrant red blooms of the cardinal flower?
  • Their hardiness. Many of these species are disease-resistant and mostly unappealing to deer. Even if you typically struggle to grow fall flowers, one of our special cultivars may provide more luck.
  • Their versatility. The coneflower plant, for example, may look like a flowering plant on the surface. But if you do a little digging, you'll see it offers so much more. You can add flowers to teas and reap their medicinal benefits.


Autumn-blooming flowers from TN Nursery ship all throughout the year. Whether you're getting ahead of the season or looking for last-minute color, we have something around to add color to your yard.

Our Customer's Favorites

Do you want a new blooming plant to obsess over this fall? Just check out what some of our customers recommend:

  • Black-eyed Susan: Similar to a miniature sunflower, the black-eyed Susan boasts an extremely long bloom time. Combine it with other autumn favorites to create a timeless seasonal look.
  • Yarrow: Apart from its hardy and resistant characteristics, yarrow is a favorite among pollinators like bees and wasps.
  • Goldenrod: It may be considered a wildflower by some, but a patch of goldenrod is almost guaranteed to 'autumn-ify' your yard.

Remember: each of our autumn-blooming plants has our world-famous guarantee. If your plants don't grow within 365 days, we promise to make things right.

Quality Plants at TN Nursery

TN Nursery is your one-stop shop for blooming plants this fall. Shipping seasonal varieties all year long, we serve all 50 states with the best cultivars in the industry. We would love to add color back to your landscape - even after summer hits the rearview mirror.