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Pin Oak Tree
Pin Oak Tree
Pin Oak Tree (Quercus palustris) Pin Oak Tree: Quercus palustris, or the pin oak tree, is a tall deciduous shade tree beloved across most of the United States. It enjoys widespread popularity for its stately size, ample shade, and robust health. The pin oak tree is a North American native species that originated in Canada, New England, and the northern plains. Although it is a cool-weather species, it is also heat tolerant and will thrive in the moderate heat of the upper southern states and southern plains. Other common names for the pin oak tree are swamp oak and Spanish swamp oak. The Pin Oak Tree Will Flourish with Little Help From You In the northern woods of the United States, the pin oak tree enjoys fertile, moist, woodsy soil, warm summer temperatures, and full or partial sunshine. It loves a lot of water, but it is also drought-tolerant. Replicate these conditions when your pin oak tree is young, and it will develop into a hardy tree that will need little help from you later. When you plant your pin oak tree, find a sunny spot in the yard and give it plenty of space to spread as it grows. Work some mulch or compost into the earth around it to recreate the conditions that make this species flourish in nature--this material gives the pin oak tree essential nutrition for growth. Ensure your pin oak seedling receives about an inch of water each week until it establishes strong roots. The Pin Oak Tree Provides Ample Shade for Your Yard Pin oak trees grow to an average height of seventy feet and up to three feet of trunk diameter. As it matures, the crown forms a slightly rounded triangle shape but will round out more at the top in maturity. The bark is gray or light brown, sometimes with a lovely red tinge. Pin oak leaves are five inches long, elliptic-shaped, medium green, glossy, and have five lobes. They generally turn rust or burgundy in the fall. Order Your Quercus palustris From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery takes great pride in providing healthy, hardy plants for our customers--order with confidence in our reputation today.
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Prairie Dropseed - Package of 25 Plants
Prairie Dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis) Prairie Dropseed: Sporobolus heterolepis, or prairie dropseed, is a beautiful, sophisticated ornamental grass species native to North America. It will grow well in almost all USDA plant hardiness zones in the contiguous United States. This warm-season grass prefers a home in mixed sun and shade or full sunshine. The prairie dropseed takes its name from two things. It is first an homage to the plant's original home, the North American prairies. It next refers to the tiny, round seed which matures in a pod, breaks open, and then drops to the ground for self-seeding. Prairie Dropseed Is a Good-Natured Ornamental Grass Prairie Dropseed is an easy-going species, happy in almost any soil texture. It only asks the gardener to de-compact the soil and mix in peat moss, leaf litter, or mulch to loosen up clay or denser soils.  It likes to receive about an inch or so of weekly water, but it does not like wet feet or standing water. Please give it a quickly-draining location in your garden for the best results. The roots are sturdy and fibrous, which can help protect the area against erosion. It is a lovely addition for many different landscape applications, including these: Mass plantings Garden border (in the middle row) Foundation plantings Shade garden Native species garden Urban garden Rock garden Pollinator garden It's extraordinarily agreeable and willing to stand alone as an accent plant or in a large colony to create a focal point. The Lovely Texture and Good Looks of Prairie Dropseed The leaves of Sporobolus heterolepis are long, delicate, and slender--almost resembling a thick head of hair. Each leaf can grow almost three feet long and then spill over in a water fountain effect. The clumps are no more than about two feet wide. The flowers grow on slender spikes, are brown, and display delicate tiny seed pods. Order Your Prairie Dropseed From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery will ship only the healthiest plants to our customers. Please entrust us with your order today.
Switch Grass - Package of 25 Plants
Switch Grass (Panicum virgatum) Switch Grass: Panicum virgatum, aka switch grass, is a lush, green, North American native ornamental grass species that will thrive in almost every USDA plant hardiness zone. TN Nursery customers covet this species for its bright green foliage reaching almost four feet high and the tall, red, feathery spike. Switch grass prefers a full sunshine location, but it will also tolerate partial sun. It's a prairie grass that would like about an inch of water weekly but is also drought-tolerant. This good-natured and resilient species is deer-resistant, erosion-resistant, disease-resistant, and pest-resistant. Other Common Names for Panicum virgatum This ornamental grass has several common names, including the following: Panic Grass Switchgrass (written as one word) Tall Panic Grass Thatchgrass Wild Redtop Where to Use Switch Grass in Your Landscape Plan Switchgrass is beautiful in many settings. Here are a few suggestions for using it from TN Nursery staffers: Natural area: This ornamental adds height and beauty to a sunny natural area. Meadow restoration: This sun-loving plant will love the full sunshine of an open meadow. Water garden: Switchgrass doesn't mind water as long as the area dries out occasionally. On the bank of a pond, small lake, or creek Urban garden or park: This relatively carefree plant is ideal in a city setting. Pollinator garden: Switch grass attracts bees, butterflies, moths, and birds. Native species garden: Mass plantings of this ornamental will make a native garden full and lush. Switch Grass Fills in any Garden With Abundant Greenery Panicum virgatum is full and lovely. It displays a lovely emerald green that averages about four feet tall but can grow taller in optimal environments. It is resilient--so gardeners usually mow or cut it back to keep it low. It's forgiving of this and grows back fast. The blades are semi-glossy, green, flat, and lance-shaped with a somewhat pointed tip. It bends over from its weight as it grows tall. They have fine white hairs that add extra interest. The flowers form on spikes and have a feathery shape and fluffy texture. They are usually red to burgundy, but they may also be pink. Order Switch Grass From TN Nursery Today Switch grass is helpful in many landscape applications, adding vibrant green foliage and height to any garden. Please feel free to place your order with TN Nursery today.
Appalachian Sedge - Package of 25 Plants
Appalachian Sedge (Carex appalachia) Appalachian Sedge: Carex appalachia, common name Appalachian Sedge, is a beautiful partial-shade sedge plant that adds lovely green color, intriguing fountain-like texture, and an attractive all-around appearance to your yard. It will grow in almost any of the USDA plant hardiness zones. It is a North American native species, initially noted growing in the Appalachian mountain regions of Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and North Carolina. Appalachian Sedge is not fussy about soil quality. While it likes consistent moisture, it also likes dry feet and is drought-tolerant. Besides the ability to bounce back from dry spells, this grass is also deer-resistant, rabbit-resistant, heat-tolerant, and cold-tolerant ornamental grass. Where to Use Appalachian Sedge in Your Yard Appalachian Sedge has an independent streak and does not need much care from you after you plant it. Start by selecting a semi-shaded site and plant it with soil amended with hardwood mulch. Ensure it receives about an inch of water each week. Gardeners in the coldest growing zones should also insulate the roots with an inch or two of mulch or fallen leaves in the autumn and pull them back in the spring. However, those in more moderate temperature zones can skip this step. Plant your Carex appalachia for beautiful results: In mass plantings: It is stunning around the foundation, next to a shed or outbuilding, or around a mailbox. In a shade garden: Find a spot that gets some morning sunshine. Near a pond, creek, or water garden, ensure the roots can dry. Groundcover planting: Fill in a blank space with this lovely textural plant. Appalachian Sedge Is Green and Has a Beautiful Texture Appalachian sedge is a beautiful light to medium green shade with long, thin, grassy leaves. It reaches up about a foot high, then gracefully bends. Overall, this creates a spilling or water fountain effect. It stays about a foot wide, so planting several together makes a more significant impact. Order Your Appalachian Sedge From TN Nursery Today Appalachian Sedge is a beautiful ornamental grass with lovely green leaves, a modest size, and a stunning texture. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Tussock Sedge - Package of 25 Plants
Tussock Sedge (Carex stricta) Tussock Sedge: Carex stricta, aka Tussock Sedge, is a popular, perennial United States native ornamental grass. It originated in the dense forests from Missouri eastward to the Appalachians. It will flourish in full or partial sun in the moderately warm USDA plant hardiness zones. The name tussock sedge refers to the growth pattern of this ornamental. It grows in dense, three-foot-tall, attractive tufts or tussocks. Each one measures about two feet wide. You might also hear gardeners refer to this species as upright sedge or hummock sedge. Where to Plant Tussock Sedge in Your Landscape Tussock Sedge is a water-loving species. It will flourish in a high-moisture environment and will tolerate occasional flooding. As a mountain native, the ornamental craves plenty of organic materials such as wood waste, leaf litter, or peat moss and appreciates the addition of this content when you plant it. This plant is deer-resistant, rabbit-resistant, heat-tolerant, and cold-tolerant. Use Carex stricta in some of these locations: Water Garden Rain garden Near a pond, stream, or creek In slow-draining meadows or fields Accent plant Ground cover plant Cottage garden The Lovely, Natural Good Looks of Tussock Sedge Carex stricta is an attractive plant that forms attractive clusters. They form a fountain-like shape as the leaves reach up and spill over from their weight. The leaves are thin and narrow but surprisingly strong. They are a true medium green on the top side but a pale yellow on the opposite side. Its flowers form in the summer--small brown cylindrical heads on top of the sturdiest spikes of grass. The flowers release seeds that help the plant spread the following season. Order Your Tussock Sedge From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery is a team of trusted professionals who have mastered the science of plants. You can entrust your order to our capable hands.
Soft Rush Grass - Package of 25 Plants
Soft Rush Grass (Juncus effusus) Soft Rush Grass: Juncus effusus, or soft rush grass, is a lovely perennial ornamental grass that displays a pleasing shape and beautiful, fresh green color. It grows in almost every USDA plant hardiness zone in the United States and is an easy-care species. It grows best in a mix of sun and shade. It thrives in various humidities, from standing water to drier soil. Juncus effusus has several common names, including the following: Common Rush Green Bull Rush Japanese Mat Rush Soft Rush Bog Rush Where to Use Soft Rush Grass in Your Landscape The species is native to both North America and South America. In nature, you would find it around swamps, bogs, wetlands, or marshes. It grows in attractive clumps and spreads relatively quickly. Because it is tolerant of many environments, it is a favorite for installing in natural areas, around ponds or water features, or in a partially-shaded spot in a shade garden. It is also helpful for preventing erosion due to soil compaction. The deep taproot will take firm hold in the soil and help to slow down water rushing across packed soils and eroding the materials. The taproot also helps to de-compact the earth from underneath as it burrows its way underground. The Lovely Good Looks of Soft Rush Grass Soft rush grass is equally at ease growing in standing water at the pond's edge as it is in an arid location like a mountain ledge. But even more importantly, it is as lovely to behold in either of these spots. Juncus effusus develops into a vase shape as it grows--narrow at the bottom and widening at the top. It reaches an average full-grown height of under four feet and has lovely soft yellow flowers attracting bees to your garden. Order Your Soft Rush Grass From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery customers repeatedly come to us for their plant needs because of our commitment to quality. Order your soft rush grass from us today to see the healthy plants for yourself.
Bushy Bluestem- Package of 25 Plants
Bushy Bluestem (Andropogon glomeratus) Bushy Bluestem: Andropogon glomeratus, or bushy bluestem, is a tall, attractive perennial ornamental grass that will thrive in the warmer USDA plant hardiness zones. Bushy bluestem is a North American native species. It originated adjacent to fertile southeastern forests in the Appalachian region, typically basking in the full sunshine in swamps, bogs, streams, natural springs, or other continuously moist habitats. This grass will perform beautifully in muddy spots that could smother other less wet-tolerant grasses. Andropogon glomeratus is a low-maintenance species that does not care about soil type or quality. As long as you give it organically, woody matter like compost or hardwood mulch, or a slow-release fertilizer, it will do well. TN Nursery suggests this ornamental for use in a slow-draining area near a pond, stream, creek, or other water feature on your property. It does not take well to dry conditions. Where to Use Bushy Bluestem Bushy bluestem must have a predominantly moist habitat; it is not tolerant of dryness. The good news is this--once you locate that perfect wet, sunny spot, it becomes almost maintenance-free and will grow into a tall, beautiful plant. Plan to use Addropogon glomeratus in the following garden settings: Koi pond Water Garden Near a constantly dripping or bubbling water feature On a riverbank or next to a stream Slow-draining depressions on your property that never seem to drain. The Tall and Impressive Beauty of the Bushy Bluestem This ornamental is tall--it reaches six feet wide and up to three feet wide at maturity. Each tall leaf is about a half-inch across, is fibrous, and reaches high toward the sun. In autumn, it turns a lovely copper color. The grass forms flowers in late summer or early fall. The blooms form clusters, usually cream or tan in color, and form a unique beard shape. Order Your Bushy Bluestem From TN Nursery Bushy bluestem is a lovely, tall ornamental grass with an intriguing beard-like flower in the autumn. If you have a high-moisture sunny spot in your yard, TN Nursery recommends this plant. Feel free to place your order with us today.
Blue Grama Grass - Package of 25 Plants
Blue Grama Grass (Bouteloua gracilis) Blue Grama Grass: Bouteloua gracilis, aka blue grama grass or mosquito grass, is a long-lived, warm-season perennial that will flourish in almost every part of its native North America. In fact, this plant grows naturally from the western plains of Canada, in the entire lower 48 of the United States, and to the northern Mexican states. That large footprint is a testimony to the resilient nature of this ornamental species. Blue grama grass prefers to bask in the full sunshine, but it will also tolerate some shade, especially in the afternoon. It is drought-tolerant and needs a mere half-inch of water each week, but it does not like overwatering. It's unfussy about soil texture or quality. However, if you are planting it in heavy or clay soil, you should de-compact it and work in some organic matter before you plant it. Where to Use Blue Grama Grass in Your Yard This lovely ornamental grows in attractive one- to two-foot clumps that will not overpower the good looks of your other plants. It can serve as an accent plant or plant them in mass plantings to create an eye-catching focal point. Here are a few places where TN Nursery customers use Bouteloua gracilis to accentuate their landscape: Mass planting or foundation planting Bird garden Pollinator garden Butterfly Garden Rock garden Native species garden Garden border (middle row) You can put this lovely species anywhere you want to add lovely green foliage. Blue Grama Grass Is Small and Charming Compared to some ornamental species, this grass is relatively low-growing and easy to control. It reaches a mature height of around two feet and displays long, slim, green to blue-green leaves that grow upright. In the middle of summer, it produces its flowers, purple open seed pods that birds will enjoy. Order Your Bouteloua gracilis From TN Nursery Today Whether you call Bouteloua gracilis blue grama or its alternate common name, mosquito grass, it is a lovely species--order it from TN Nursery today.
Acorns - 25
Acorns - Package of 25 Acorns are the nut or fruit borne by many species of the oak tree family. Do you love to decorate your home with earthy decor and warm colors? Then you will enjoy decorating your entire home for the fall and winter seasons with the generously sized, richly colored acorns provided by TN Nursery. Why Do TN Nursery Customers Love to Decorate With Our Seasonal Acorns? Our customers purchase our acorns repeatedly for two reasons: They love the warm tones of our acorns. We ship acorns that are amber, gold, warm light brown, or rich brown in hue. We only include lovely items in your package. We select the acorns by hand, inspecting them as we fill your order. Our team will personally look for acorns with generous size. But they will also watch out for cracks, broken caps, and splits--rejecting any nuts that do not meet our high standards. If we would not use the acorns ourselves, we do not send them out. Four Fun Home and Craft Ideas Using Acorns Here are some inspiring ideas for decorating your house and crafting with the natural beauty of acorns: Add acorns to a decorative potpourri bowl: Who says potpourri should only include flowers and leaves? Drop in a few acorns to give your potpourri a fresh, fun fall look. Craft a wreath: Welcome visitors to your home for any season using seasonally-appropriate leaves and flowers but dress them up with the rich colors of acorns. Make an acorn candle ring for your tabletop: Glue acorns around a candle ring for a lovely organic element. You can use any greenery and just one or two acorns as accents. Or, you can "go nuts" and pack them close together, making them the main feature. Create acorn Christmas tree ornaments: Most associate acorns with autumn. But they actually drop from those tall oak trees into the early days of winter! Thread the caps carefully using an upholstery needle, dip the acorns in craft glue, roll them in metallic or colorful glitter, and shake off the excess. They are adorable and affordable to give to all your friends. Order Your Pack of 25 Acorns From TN Nursery Today Acorns are lovely for crafting or home decor at any time of the year. Order your set of 25 from TN Nursery and get those creative projects going.
Hair Grass - Package of 25 Plants
Hair Grass Hair Grass is a highly ornamental plant characterized by its delicate hair-like flowers. It reaches a total height of between two and three feet tall. Known as Tufted Hair Grass, Tussock, and Deschampsia Cespitosa, this neatly rounded plant stabilizes disturbed soils as it comprises a dense, deep rooting system.  Hairgrass is great for landscaping borders with    Throughout most of the year, this robust plant will have bold green, linear, arching leaves that look similar to blades of grass. However, its delicate textured evergreen foliage will develop a purplish floret in the summertime. As the plant matures into the later season, it will transition from light brown to yellowish-buff.   Native to North America, Hair Grass will reach a mature spread of between one to two feet. This is an excellent dried flower for ground cover. It thrives in all types of environments and attracts songbirds and game birds. This rhizomatous plant will sway gracefully, even in the slightest breezes, creating a spectacular backdrop for any landscape.  Hairgrass is native to North America    This low-maintenance ornamental plant emits a fine texture with no noticeable aroma. It's resistant to deer, drought, pollution, rabbits, and even salt. This semi-evergreen foliage is the perfect host plant for over 40 species of butterflies. After all the butterflies move on, this native grass develops fuzzy, golden seed heads that look amazing in any garden environment, even the highly manicured ones.  A member of the grass family, this perennial bunchgrass will bring a feeling of denseness to any garden. It provides high-impact ground cover while adding a long season of colorful grace. This plant will also thrive in a container garden environment, where it can spill over the edge of the pot. This cool-season grass and its airy panicles of tiny flowers will prosper until the season's first frost.
Palm Sedge - Package of 25 Plants
Palm Sedge (Carex muskingumensis) Palm sedge: Carex muskingumensis, or the palm sedge, is a lovely ornamental grass that wakes up early in the spring. As a native of the United States, the perennial species comes from the rich forests of the east coasts. Consequently, it is well-suited for the moderate USDA plant hardiness zones. Palm sedge is also a long-lived species, with a life expectancy of about ten years. It prefers a shady spot and loves soil with high moisture content, occasional flooding, or standing water. Despite its affinity for water, it is surprisingly also drought-tolerant. Palm Sedge is Highly Decorative and Easy to Use in Your Garden Palm sedge is an easy-natured species with no particular soil preference. However, it benefits if you help it by de-compacting heavy or clay soils when you plant it and add some organic compost to help replenish it. This step will help nourish it in clay soil, which often lacks nutrients. You can use palm sedge as an accent plant paired with bright flowers--the lovely shade of bright green will look beautiful. Conversely, you can plant Carex muskingumensis in large, showy groupings to create an attractive, well-textured focal point. TN Nursery suggests a few applications for palm sedge: Pond, water garden, or focal point near a water feature Rain garden Native species garden Near a creek or stream Shade garden Regardless of where you install this ornamental, it will add vibrant and lively color. Palm Sedge Enlivens Shady Areas Adding color to a shady spot can present a challenge. However, the bright yellow-green palm sedge makes great color look almost effortless. The plant can be as tall as three feet, but it will tolerate cutting to keep it well-controlled. Leaves form from an erect central stem, measuring at least six inches long and forming a lance shape with a tapered end. The cream or tan feathery flowers appear throughout the summer. Order Your Palm Sedge From TN Nursery Today Carex muskingumensis is a lovely addition to your rain garden, water garden, or pond--order yours from TN Nursery today.
River Oats - Package of 25 Plants
River Oats (Chasmanthium latifolium)  River Oats: Chasmanthium latifolium, or river oats, are a North American native, perennial grass species that will perform best in partial sunshine in the warmer USDA plant hardiness zones.  In particular, they flourish in the warm, humid climate of the southeastern United States. This species is forgiving and resilient: deer-resistant; drought-tolerant; disease-resistant; pest-resistant; and unconcerned about soil type or quality. They love wet but well-drained soil that will let the roots dry out once in a while.  They grow naturally in flood plains, bottomlands, river valleys, on the banks of swamps, marshes, and ponds, and along streams and creeks. Replicating these growing conditions in landscape planning, gardeners find river oats useful in these locations:  In the filtered sunlight near a pond, water garden, or other water feature To prevent erosion in a slow-draining natural area Near a creek or stream on a property  River Oats Provide Casual Good Looks in Your Garden  Chasmanthium latifolium has a noteworthy feature that gives it a distinct appearance--droopy seed heads that appear to "nod off" as if it is ready for a nap. They sway along on their green and smooth stems, even with the slightest breeze.  This native grass is clumping, erect, and easy to grow--each clump becomes up to two feet wide. It will reach a mature height of up to five feet.  The leaves are long and narrow--almost nine inches long and an inch wide. They put on an ever-changing display of color throughout the year. In the spring, they emerge bright green; they'll turn golden tan in the summer; fall brings a burgundy, copper, or purple hue; in winter, river oats leaves turn copper or brown.  Order Your River Oats From TN Nursery Today  TN Nursery suggests river oats for customers in a warm growing zone with high-moisture soil. Please entrust us with your order today.
Broomsedge - Package of 25 Plants
Broomsedge (Andropogon virginicus)  Broomsedge: Andropogon virginicus, common name broomsedge, is an ornamental, perennial sedge grass. It's a native species originating in North America as far north as Maryland and Virginia, all of Central America, and South America as far south as Venezuela. This stately sedge grass requires full sunshine, especially in the morning. It also loves highly moist soils. It's a fantastic addition to add a lovely visual element near a pond, water garden, or creek bank. Broomsedge is lovely as meadow grass and a fast-growing species with more than just decorative value. This grass takes its name from its traditional function. Historically, people let the green grass fade to tan in the fall, dry, and then harvest it. They would bundle their bounty at the end of a stick, fashioning them into a broom. That also explains its alternate common names, broom straw grass or old-field broom straw grass. Broomsedge Can Help Manage Soil Erosion Some gardeners choose brooms edge for its lovely appearance and golden tones in the fall. However, others plant it to cope with soil erosion, especially near areas in which flooding occurs. Broomsedge is a fast-growing plant with a spreading habit of as much as ten inches per growing season. That means its sprawling root system can take hold of the earth and help cover it quickly, protecting against two primary causes of erosion--wind and water. The Interesting Good Looks of Broomsedge Broom straw grass can reach up to four feet tall and approximately a foot wide in a single season. The grass blades are tall, thin, and a pleasant green early in the season; during the late summer, the color changes to a blue or purple and then fades to a golden yellow. It also develops feathery, fluffy orange flowers in autumn. Many people let broom straw grass remain in place throughout the winter to add color to an otherwise dreary landscape. Order Your Broomsedge From TN Nursery Today Broomsedge is a lovely species that adds a touch of golden color around your pond or garden during the winter. Please order your broom straw grass from TN Nursery today.
Pan and Plank Bird Feeder Kit - Guaranteed To Attract 5x's More Birds
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  
Mountain Sedge - Package of 25 Plants
Mountain Sedge Mountain Sedge is a beautiful, long-lived, fast-growing ornamental grass that will thrive in almost every USDA plant hardiness zone in the contiguous United States. It prefers a spot with partial to full sunshine and fast-draining soil with plentiful organic material. This plant is a native species across several continents--the mountainous regions of North America, Europe, and Asia. TN Nursery staff often suggest this ornamental plant for gardeners who desire decorative grass with low watering requirements. Whether you live in an area with water usage restrictions or don't have time to keep up--the mountain sedge will work well for you. Where to Use Mountain Sedge in Your Yard This ornamental is lovely almost anywhere you want to use it. Remember, it needs little water and partial sunshine. Here are a few usage suggestions: Rock garden Near a pond (but not in the mud) Shade garden Garden border plantings Mass plantings Natural areas To replace a sloped lawn (it does not require regular cutting) Pollinator garden Accent plants When planting this grass, amend the earth with organic compost, mulch, or shredded leaves; this addition will help reproduce its natural habitat. Gardeners in the colder zones should also add a thick layer of mulch, hay, or straw around the base of the mountain sedge in the fall to insulate it from the wintery cold. Mountain Sedge Is Easy to Manage Mountain Sedge is an easy-to-manage size, reaching about eighteen inches tall and twelve inches wide at maturity. If you want to keep it low, you may cut it back--it doesn't mind! The green leaves are long, thin, and have a soft edge. They form a gently arched shape as they get tall and bend over from their weight. The look is very graceful. Although they are on the smaller side compared to some ornamental grasses, you can plant them in masses for a more powerful visual impact. Order Your Mountain Sedge From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery has supplied its customer with the best and healthiest sedge grasses for seventy years. You can order from us with complete confidence in our know-how and experience