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6 Flowering Shrubs$89.99 $149.00
6 Flowering Shrubs TN Nursery proudly presents our fantastic package of 6 flowering shrubs for an excellent value price. When you order this offer, we will hand-curate our expert selection The value does not stem only from the low price for the six flowering shrubs but also from the care and loves that you will receive in the selections. Our horticultural experts carefully hand-pick the plants to include in this package. Our specialist will custom-tailor a collection to grow in your USDA growing zone. When you order the package, the horticulturists will note your growing zone and get to work. They will include a variety that performs well in your local growing conditions, attract numerous pollinators to your garden, and stagger the bloom times for maximum impact. Consider TN Nursery as your plant shopper! What Selections We Might Include in the Flowering Shrubs Package TN Nursery cultivates over a hundred species at our central Tennessee facility. This package includes six flowering shrubs. Your package will suit your specific growing zone, but here are five species we love: ● Crepe Myrtle: Available in many colors, including pink, white, purple, and red, crepe myrtle grows well and in challenging conditions. This hardiness makes it one of our best-sellers. ● Hibiscus Syriacus: Beautiful shades of hibiscus include purple, pink, red, and white--we love adding this to packages for customers in warmer climates. ● Witch Hazel: This late-season bloomer adds showy splashes of yellow flowers--a welcome sight in the dreary days of late autumn. ● Lilac: Those in the appropriate growing zones may receive a lilac, a beautiful, fragrant, middle to late-spring bloomer that everyone loves. ● Butterfly Bush: The butterfly bush is a summertime classic, attracting excellent pollinators that benefit your garden. Expect to see butterflies, moths, bees, and hummingbirds if you receive this plant in your flowering shrubs package. Order Your Flowering Shrubs Package From TN Nursery Today The flowering shrubs package is an excellent opportunity to have a horticultural expert work as your shopper. We will pick your plants with the utmost care. Place your order with TN Nursery today.
Purple Hibiscus Syriacus Purple Hibiscus Syriacus: A beautiful specimen with a maximum reach of about twelve feet and a spread of eight feet, the Purple Hibiscus Syriacus is a stunning woody shrub. It can liven up any sunny location in your landscape. The Purple Hibiscus Syriacus is an Asian native shrub, but it is well-suited to the middle USDA growing zones in the United States. It is unfussy about soil quality and doesn't even mind clay, sand, or even a few rocks--as long as the water drains well. Purple Hibiscus Syriacus is moderately drought-tolerant. It can withstand short dry spells with occasional watering. Other Common Names for Purple Hibiscus Syriacus This species, regardless of color, also carries other common names, including the following: Hibiscus Rose of China Rose of Sharon Rose-of-Sharon Shrub Althea Despite the nickname Rose of Sharon, this species has no relation to roses. Pollinator Species Love the Purple Hibiscus Syriacus Pollinator insects, like butterflies and bees, along with hummingbirds and songbirds, will visit your Rose of Sharon. The insects and hummingbirds will find the bright purple and scarlet irresistible. On the other hand, ground-feeding birds will seek refuge from threats in the profuse foliage. One animal that does not love Purple Hibiscus Syriacus is the deer. They'd prefer to find something less fragrant to eat and will only consume your hibiscus as a last resort. Purple Hibiscus Syriacus Is an Incredibly Beautiful Shrub The main attraction of the Purple Hibiscus Syriacus is the abundance of flowers that appear in the middle of summer. In warmer growing zones, the blossoms might continue into the latest days of fall. The flowers can be as large as four inches with two layers of five crepe-like petals. Most blooms last for one day, and a fresh flower appears quickly behind it. The lavender-to-purple petals contrast against a tinge of scarlet in the inner part of each petal and a yellow or spring-green center. The foliage of this shrub is also head-turning. Glossy, dark green leaves have coarse toothiness around the edges. They alternate along the stem, fuller at the bottoms of the branches and thinning slightly near the tips. Order Your Purple Hibiscus Syriacus from TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests Purple Hibiscus Syriacus for anyone who wants a classic beauty of a shrub in their garden. Order from TN Nursery today.
Pink Spirea Pink spirea is a deciduous ornamental shrub beloved for its lovely shape, reasonable size, and TN Nursery customers' favorite pink flowers that provide a long blooming season in the spring. After the blooms fade, the green leaves provide lovely color in the flower bed. This flowering shrub is an Asian native of Korea, Japan, and eastern China. However, it enjoys widespread use in American gardening and is well-suited for most USDA plant hardiness zones. This flowering shrub requires a full-sun location or a partially sunny spot that gives it up to six hours of filtered sun each day. It is a hardy species, experiencing few problems with pests or disease, is cold-hardy, and can tolerate short dry spells with minimal help from the gardener. When you plant pink spirea, add organic wood material--hardwood mulch or shredded leaves. It would be best to layer on about an inch or more of mulch every fall to protect the shrub's roots and replenish the soil with the nutrients it will need the following season. Other than that, the spirea shrub needs only an occasional trimming. Pink Spirea Flowers Attract Springtime Pollinators The springtime blossoms attract some early-season pollinators, which will help support garden health. Bees and butterflies will find the bright pink flowers practically irresistible. Besides those pollinator insects, small birds will enjoy the shade of the emerging green leaves--tracking pollen as they hop from branch to branch. Cheerful Pink Spirea Flowers Will Steal Your Heart Pink spirea grows upright and has multiple arching branches. The bark is light brown, somewhat smooth, and semi-glossy. It develops small oval leaves, dark green with finely toothed edges and an oval shape. Leaves are under three inches long and one or two inches wide. In the fall, they will likely turn russet or amber. The flowers emerge in the spring in a stunning shade of true pink. Each flower is multiple-petaled and dainty; however, they join other blooms in large, show-off clusters that give the appearance of one large flower. The effect is breathtaking and worthy of serving as a focal point in a springtime garden. Order Your Pink Spirea From TN Nursery Today Pink spirea is a TN Nursery customer and staff favorite--you will not be disappointed in its beauty. Please place your order today.
100 Elderberry Seedlings 1-2' - 85% Off$219.99
Elderberry Shrub Elderberry , a deciduous, multi-stemmed, small tree, is a native species to the United States. Elderberry shrub is a hardy tree that flourishes across almost all contiguous 48 states. TN Nursery recommends this shrub to customers who want a species that is drought-tolerant, cold-tolerant, heat-tolerant, and agreeable. Elderberry produces edible fruits that some people harvest for personal use. However, many other gardeners leave the plump berries for the birds and wildlife to enjoy. Besides "elderberry," the following are a few other common names that refer to this species: American elder American elderberry Common elderberry Elder tree The Elderberry Shrub Is Super Easy to Grow This species grows in nature with no human intervention. You see them along ditch banks, on the south- or west-facing edges of woods, along light or utility lines, or in open fields. These spots represent their preference for full sunshine or a partially sunny location. When you plant your elderberry shrub, find a spot with the appropriate sunlight and recreate the woody material the species enjoys in the woods. Add a good handful of hardwood mulch, peat moss, compost, or leaf litter--it craves these woody materials. A young elderberry tree requires about one inch of water each week. After strengthening and growing a little bit, your elderberry tree will become relatively carefree. It will demand nothing of you except water during an extended drought. The Rustic Good Looks of the Elderberry Shrub Elderberry shrubs are shrub-like and rounded in shape. They grow as high as twelve feet tall and might grow as wide. Opposing, bright green compound leaves grow in clusters of seven to eleven leaflets. They are oval-shaped with a narrow tip, light to bright green, and up to six inches long. They have sharply serrated edges. In autumn, the leaves usually turn bright yellow to deep amber. They blossom profusely in late spring or early summer--many quarter-inch cream-colored flowers that occur in clusters produce fat, round, purple to black berries. Order Your Elderberry Shrub From TN Nursery If you want an easy-care plant that provides abundant berries for yourself or your feathered friends, TN Nursery suggests the elderberry shrub--order yours today.
Pan and Plank Bird Feeder Kit - Guaranteed To Attract 5x's More Birds$69.99
Pan & Plank Bird Feeder Kit Includes: 1 Plank 36" In Length 1 Pan 1 Gallon of Bird Seed Mix (You Choose What Type of Birds You Want To Feed) 4 Screws (use 2 to attach the plank to your railing and 2 to attach pan to end of plank) Assembly is super easy... It's also advised to drill a few small holes in the bottom of the feeder pan so the pan will drain when it rains or snows. * We sell about 40 of these per day. All wood is derived from yellow pine tree logs right on our nursery farm and cut from our sawmill and are made to order. Shipping will be 3-6 days after we receive your order. ************************************************************************************* If you want birds unlike anything you've ever seen, forget bird feeders that are difficult for birds to feast from. At TN Nursery, we have a pan and plank combo you can place on the fence or rail of your porch and watch the birds flock to it. We have a video attached with the pan on our front deck, and we get to watch all types of birds flock to this simple pan and plank method that enables bird lovers to view them right off their deck or porch railing. Our Bird Feeder Is Well Made, Engineered By Hand, and Will Last For Many Years We guarantee you that you will be amazed and never before will you see so many red cardinals, wrens, finches, and other types of birds as you are about to experience them. Pan and Plank Feeder Was Invented By a Lynchburg Tennessee 86-Year-Old Man Living In The Heart Of Jack Daniels Area This idea came from an elderly 86-year-old retired law officer living in Lynchburg, TN. He is an avid bird watcher, and we visited his home and were amazed at the red birds flocking to his pan and plank feeder. The Resilience of The Feeder Pan Each pan is made from (weather-proof) galvanized steel with low sides, so homeowners can attach this to their decks or porch railings and see a bountiful supply of birds. The Plank Is Cut From Pine Tree Logs On Site The plank is made from yellow pine wood 1x4"x36". It is long enough to put on the railing so the birds will not spill seeds on your deck. Dennis saws each one of these planks by hand. It's not some plastic piece that will break off quickly; this is hand sawed from pine logs. SEE OUR VIDEO OF BIRDS FLOCKING TO THIS FEEDER KIT https://youtu.be/78XVXqeS8NQ