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Red Daylily

Red Daylily

Red Daylily's bold, red blossoms sit atop sturdy stems, making them excellent focal points that draw attention and develop a sense of landscape drama. They are renowned for their captivating magnificence and versatility, making them popular among landscaping enthusiasts. These vibrant and elegant plants offer many benefits when incorporated into various landscaping designs. There are more than 60,000 cultivars, but this plant is among the most striking, even if it grows to just 3 feet tall. It is one of the hardiest perennials and will grow well with almost any other flower or tree in the garden. The Colors Of Red Daylily As the name implies, the six-petaled flowers are bright crimson with streaks of various lighter shades that frame a set of yellow stamina. This plant produces many blooms, so the wash of color will be dazzling in intensity. Also, the prefix "day-" is remarkably apropos as the gorgeous flowers are replaced every one or two days, which charmingly evokes the idea of rebirth or new life. Many versions of this plant have yellow, pink, or even white throats. The Leaves Of Red Daylily Red Daylily's leaves are flat, long, and shaped like straps. These leaves grow from a nice-looking crown, and the plant is evergreen in all seasons, lending a shade of green throughout the winter. The leaves also form attractive clumps before separating to form additional lovely stems with outstanding blooms. Pollinators of all kinds are drawn to the magnificent blooms, which contribute to the garden's overall health and the environment at large. On the varieties of these plants with yellow throats, the bees that visit them to collect nectar match the color of the inner part of the flowers, which heightens their lovely effect. As patches of these flowers grow within the garden year after year, the colors can shift slightly, creating lighter and darker shades. These many different shades then attract different butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden. Because of the shape of their roots, they prevent soil erosion on slopes, meaning that when arranged beautifully in a cascade upon a hill, they'll hold everything together. The Blooms Of The Red Daylily When planted in the late spring, Red Daylily flowers will create their splendid washes of color beginning in the first week of July and lasting until the shadows start to lengthen in the middle of August. As hardy perennials, these wondrous plants will beautify any garden for many years.

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Anemone Plant

Anemone Plant

The Anemone plant 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 Anemone perennial 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. They can also be planted around oak, maple, and 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 plant attract bees, which can benefit 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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Dwarf Crested Iris

Dwarf Crested Iris

Dwarf Crested Iris is a delicate perennial with small, slender leaves and charming, blue to purple iris-like flowers, each adorned with delicate white or yellow crests on their petals. It is a stunning and versatile plant with numerous landscaping benefits. This low-growing perennial herb is native to North America and thrives in woodland settings, making it an excellent addition to various garden styles. While exploring the lovely possibilities of dressing up your gardens, the dwarf crested iris will undoubtedly catch your eye. This is a relatively short perennial plant native to the eastern United States and enjoyed in gardens throughout the country and abroad. While many people are familiar with them, they are often unaware of their appealing traits. What are some of the notable benefits of planting it in your yard? Add Beautiful Pops of Color With Dwarf Crested Iris This plant is highly regarded for its many colors. The branches are brown and combine with yellowish-green or green leaves and stunning flowers. The plant reaches four inches in height with the stem and the flower. The fragrant flowers bloom in April and May, revealing shades of purple, lilac, lavender, blue, and pale blue. The rarer colors are pink and white. Additional colors include a white center and vibrant shades of yellow, orange, purple, and dark blue on its outer petals. Birds Love Dwarf Crested Iris Seeds The seeds produced by the flowers in the spring are under a centimeter in diameter, so they are easily dispersed by birds and the wind. In addition, this is a creeping plant that expands by shooting out long roots underground. While their growth is not usually noticeable only a year after planting them, the plants’ roots expand exponentially. This allows you to enjoy a blanket of them in your yard after several years. This plant is commonly found in the wild in wooded areas. It can also grow in the crags of ledges, on a rocky landscape, or in ravines. This makes it ideal for beautifying a formal garden or a native or xeriscape yard with rock features. Attract Wildlife With Dwarf Crested Iris While some wildlife is welcome and desired in your yard, other species can cause damage. This Dwarf Crested Iris deters deer on your property to safeguard the different plants in your yard that deer may be drawn to. In addition, they are fragrant and attract bees and hummingbirds.

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Stella De Oro Daylily

Stella De Oro Daylily

Stella De Oro Daylily is a popular perennial plant known for its prolific golden-yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers and long blooming period, making it a favorite in gardens and landscapes. As a part of the genus Hemerocallis, this flower is native to Asia. Despite its name, it is not a true lily. A true lily grows on tall stems and has flowers at the top of the stem. This flower has short stems and produces a large fountain of foliage at the base of the plant. Stella De Oro Daylily Is A Golden Beauty When this flower blooms, it fills your yard with a golden, sunny brilliance. Typically, the flowers will start blooming in late May. While orange flowers were the original version of this flower, more than 20 species and 20,000 hybrids are available today. This particular version is popular because of its famous yellow petals. It initially blooms in late spring and then blooms a second time in late fall. Once the first frost arrives, the flowers will disappear. Stella De Oro Daylily Bulbs Reproduce on Their Own Because it is a perennial, you don’t have to replant this flower each year. Instead, it uses fleshy, thickened roots and rhizomes for reproduction. Stolons from the rhizome help the plant spread out over time. The flower’s root system can hold water and nutrients, so these hardy plants can prevail out of the soil for weeks. Stella De Oro Daylily Has Verdant Leaves Stella De Oro Daylily are unique because of the way they grow. Grass-like leaves are produced at the bottom of the plant, which is one of the most significant differences between this flower and a true lily. These arching leaves are surprisingly long, so they look like blades of grass. This mounded foliage thrives, which is excellent for filling up space in a garden bed. Because Stella De Oro Daylily is known for reblooming, you will see it in home gardens and commercial landscapes. Thanks to its no-fuss attitude, it is also trendy in median strips along highways. Its fleshy roots allow it to be exceptionally hardy because it can always draw on the nutrients in the roots when there aren’t nutrients in its natural environment. Whether you want a hardy plant or a lovely flower, this perennial will surely please.

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Showy Pink Primrose

Showy Pink Primrose

The Showy Pink Primrose is a unique garden perennial treasure. The plant's blooms start opening up and displaying in the afternoon. This makes it a highly sought-after and prized plant that many homeowners want in their flowering beds and gardens. Showy Pink Primrose Is a Flower Garden Pastel Blooming Favorite Perennial  The Showy Pink Primrose—also commonly referred to as the evening primrose, pink ladies' primrose, pink evening primrose, or Mexican primrose—is a perennial flower known for its delicate pink hues and finely textured petals. If you are looking to add some soft color to your garden, this is an excellent flower to plant.  Details of the Showy Pink Primrose Plant What Does Pink Showy Primrose Look Like? Pink Showy Primrose adds a soft elegance to outdoor spaces. The middle of the pedals are typically white but gradually turn into a coral pink towards the edges of the petals. Occasionally, the color can intensify to a dark pink. From afar, petals' white and pink colors can look almost purplish. The Pink Showy Primrose develops long throats and stamens stretching from the flower's center. The buds nod to give the flower a lazy, practically laidback appeal. The central part of the flower, starting at the stamen, has a contrasting yellow coloration. Still, these colors are never jostling busily for position.  Instead, the pastel profile of the tinges complements each other very well. In a garden, the plant works well against dark green backdrops or as accent pieces to flowers with brighter colors. It typically grows upright and can reach heights of two feet off the soil line. Occasionally, the plant can sprawl out to provide more ground coverage. Each flower produces four solitary petals joined at the plant's axils. They are finely textured with wavy edges, reminiscent of fine paper mache.  The petals are very dainty, keeping with the frilly, playful theme of the understated colors. Don't get the wrong impression, though. The plant is quite hardy, even as the Pink Showy Primrose petals look tender. The plant produces a sturdy stem with stout, lance-shaped green leaves. The plant leaves can grow to about 4 inches long. In the autumn, you may notice that some green leaves tan reddish. The flowers themselves can reach about 1.5 to 2 inches in diameter.  Advantages of Showy Pink Primrose  Aside from their soft elegance, the Pink Showy Primrose can be put to advantageous use in your outdoor areas.  This flower is sometimes called an evening primrose because it blooms at night in most Northern climates. Around dusk, it emits a floral fragrance that is as irresistible to the nose as its beauty is to the eyes.  The plant is famous for landscapers and home gardeners who want to cover unpopulated open areas. It colonizes (spreads) very quickly in most solid conditions so long as it isn't too loamy, sandy, or rocky. So, if you have a bare section of your yard that can use some natural color, primrose is a great option.  Hardy Plants - Despite the elegant appearance of their flowers, the Showy Pink Primrose is very Hardy  While they prefer moderately moist soil, they can thrive in dry soil as long as it is well-drained. They are also surprisingly drought—and heat-resistant. Most people find that once the plant is firmly established, it is very durable, which makes it an attractive, low-maintenance option.  It Attracts Birds   The Pink Showy Primrose produces nectars attracting lilting songbirds to your garden and outdoor areas. And you don't have to worry about deer eating these flowers because the Pink Showy Primrose is highly deer-resistant. It's a Great Autumn Flower - The Pink Showy Primrose is an excellent solution to maintain upbeat colors well into the fall months. In most climates, the Pink Showy Primrose prefers cooler temperatures. This means that they are likely to bloom through October. This is also a great flower to add to your garden if most of your current flowers typically bloom in the summer. This way, you can have vibrant colors all year round. Showy Pink  Primrose F.A.Q.s Does the Showy Pink Primrose adequately tantalize them? If so, take a look at some vital information about this flower.  How Do You Take Care of Pink Showy Primrose? The Pink Showy Primrose should be planted in dry to moist, well-drained soil in a spot with lots of full sun. During the first growing season, it's best to give the Pink Showy Primrose regular water, which you can then taper off once it is established. Deadheading the Pink Showy Primrose is not necessary, but you can safely remove old blossoms as they appear. Is Pink Showy Primrose A Perennial? Yes. The Pink Showy Primrose is a native plant originating in the Southern US and spreading to the Midwest and parts of Northern Mexico. Its perennial nature makes it ideal for people with little gardening experience. Does Pink Showy Primrose Bloom All Summer? In most conditions, the blooms go dormant in the summer as it prefers cooler temperatures. Again, this makes it a good choice for maintaining color in your garden during autumn. However, some gardeners have avoided the Primrose's summer dormancy by simply not watering it too often in the spring. Add Graceful Color to Your Garden The Pink Showy Primrose is a simple and effective way to add subdued yet attractive color to your garden and outdoor areas. Here at T.N. Nursery, we can provide quality plants with robust root systems ready to plant immediately. Pair the Pink Showy Primrose with the Yellow Primrose for an irresistible tandem of exploding color. Place your order and have your plants delivered right to your door! Pink Evening Primrose Has Stunning Blooms The delicate, charming pink blossoms are adorned with green foliage that accents the plant nicely. The blooms grow in clusters with five petals and can range from a pal pink to deeper shades of pink, depending on the soil's pH. Pink Evening Primrose Is A Desirable Plant Pink Evening Primrose offers a delicate ruffled edge on the blooms and reaches an average height of nearly 20 inches at maturity, making it a highly desirable plant for landscaping. It accents borders, containers, or rock gardens very well and has a mild and sweet fragrance. Pink Evening Primrose Last From Spring Till Fall Being a Spring and Fall bloomer also makes this a beautiful plant for those who enjoy blooms in both seasons and those who want a plant with a long blooming period.

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Golden Rod

Golden Rod

Golden Rod is a perennial wildflower in the Asteraceae family. Its striking clusters of bright yellow, tufted flowers on upright stems contrast against its slender green leaves. This plant is known for attracting pollinators to gardens and meadows. It is a delightful and beneficial plant with several advantages in landscaping projects. Golden Rod Has Sunny 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, it 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. Golden Rod, 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. Golden Rod Blooms From Summer To Fall The leaves are lance-shaped, alternating along the stem, and possess a rich green hue contrasting the yellow 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. Golden Rod Is A Nectar-Rich Plant 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. Golden rod'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 yellow splendor continues to captivate and inspire those fortunate to encounter it.

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Bellflower - Merry Bells

Bellflower - Merry Bells

The bellflower plant has blossoms that resemble small, graceful bells, which gives it its endearing nickname, "merry bells." These bell-shaped flowers gracefully dangle from slender stems, swaying gently in the breeze, adding a touch of elegance to the landscape. Bellflower Lives For Many Years  Bellflower (Uvularia grandiflora), also known as merrybells and large-flowered bellwort, is a yellow woodland flower native to eastern North America. As one of the first wildflowers to come forth in spring, this long-lived perennial usually blooms in April and May. They are often found in deciduous woodlands and forests in western New England and the South and Midwest. They grow on wooded slopes and riverbanks, under trees, and near shady seeps. When seen in the wild, they signal that most surrounding ground flora is original and intact. The Bellflower's Appearance The hanging flowers and leaves are heavy enough to give the plant a languid look. Plants grow 10"–18" tall with arching, sword-shaped leaves and single or branched stems. As the plant matures, the single stems divide into two to three flowering side stems, producing one gently scented, bell-shaped flower each. The flowers are about 1 ½ inches long, with six twisted, flared, overlapping tepals per bloom. After about two weeks, a three-cornered seed capsule takes the place of the wilted flowers, and the plant will begin to stand up straighter as bluish-green perfoliate leaves emerge. Bellflower is a shade-loving plant well-suited to manicured borders, flower beds, woodland gardens, and naturalistic landscapes. Gardeners often pair it with hostas, ferns, and other wildflowers. It can also be grown among the foliage of ground covers like vinca and phlox. The plants rise from short, fleshy, fibrous rhizomes. They sometimes form colonies but rarely need to be divided. You can propagate them by planting moist seeds or seedlings or separating and moving clumps in the fall. They offer nectar to bumblebees, halictid bees, mason bees, and other bees that collect pollen as they move from flower to flower. Deer also loves eating these plants. Ants also gain nourishment from the seeds, which they redistribute in the surrounding habitat by carrying them away from the plant. Bees Love The Bellflower If you want to attract more bees to your garden and give it a soft, natural, and romantic look, consider planting a few under your trees. This will provide delightful greenery that lasts all summer.

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Creeping Buttercup

Creeping Buttercup

Creeping Buttercup is a low-growing, perennial weed with bright yellow, glossy flowers and climbing stems, making it a favorite for low-maintenance landscaping. This versatile perennial herb, native to Europe and Asia, has attractive characteristics that make it a valuable addition to various garden settings. The creeping buttercup is a stunning perennial that introduces a whimsical look to your gardens. Because of its hardiness and adaptability, the plant, which is also called the sit fast and the crowfoot, grows wild in vast areas from northern Africa to Europe and Asia. Because of its impressive traits and aesthetics, it has been incorporated into yards far outside these areas. What can you expect when you add this plant to your landscape? Bright Golden Flowers Of The Creeping Buttercup This plant produces small, delicate flowers in the spring and summer seasons. When conditions are suitable, the flowers may also last through the early autumn months. The flowers grow up to 1.25 inches and show off golden petals, creating a pop of color that makes them a welcome addition to gardens and yards. The flowers grow on dense, sturdy, lightly grooved stems, adding character to their design. The yellow flowers are fragrant and glossy with substantial amounts of pollen. These traits attract abundant pollinators to the environment, including flies, bees, and fluttering butterflies. These pollinators promote the health of other plants that rely on them as part of their reproductive processes. In addition, the pollinators attracted by the pollinators bring different types of wildlife to your yard, including birds and leafhoppers. Fast Growth Of The Creeping Buttercup This plant can deliver results quickly in areas of your yard that desperately need vegetation and color. It proliferates by shooting off a dense, fast-growing network of runners and roots. In many yards, moist areas can be void of vegetation and detract from the otherwise lovely aesthetics of the space. However, this plant thrives in wet soils, making it suitable for filling moist areas with green and yellow hues. Light Reflection from The Creeping Buttercup The glossy petals naturally reflect light, creating a stunning, radiant look in your space. The flowers' reflection also supports the plant's reproductive process and aids in attracting wildlife to the space.

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Bird's Foot Violet

Bird's Foot Violet

Bird's Foot violet stands out with its distinct five-lobed, bird-like petals in shades of purple, blue, lavender, and occasionally white. Its intricate patterns and subtle markings add a touch of elegance to any garden space. Bird's foot violets are charming and visually captivating plants with many pleasing attributes incorporated into landscaping designs. Bird's Foot Violets Are a Low Growing Groundcover Bird's foot violet is a compact plant that usually does not grow more than 5 inches tall. It spreads out in low clusters of dense leaves and blossoms, making it ideal for gardeners looking for ground cover. Its narrow leaves blend nicely with grass or clover, adding a charming pop of color when it blooms. This flower is also a lovely addition to features like flowerbeds or tree edging. People often use plants around the base of taller flowers or as a border along walkways. Bird's Foot Violets Have Stunning Blue Blooms This plant features five-petaled blooms with three larger petals on the bottom and two smaller ones on the top. Typically, it has medium-purple petals with a soft, blue tint. Some variants have a rich, royal purple shade on the top two leaves, while others are such a pale purple that they appear almost white. All variants have a white streak along the center of the lower petal that draws attention to the dark, golden-yellow center of the flower. It is named after the distinctive shape of its leaves. This compact plant features small bunches of dark green leaves. Each leaf separates into several narrow, spiky lobes that shape it like a bird's footprint. The leaves fan out in a graceful spray, making this plant look even more appealing. Bird's Foot Violets Bloom In Spring And Fall Bird's Foot Violet is a perennial plant that can provide charm and beauty for most of the year. After staying dormant over the winter, this plant displays some bright green leaves in early spring. It then begins blooming in the middle of spring. Blossoms often last several weeks, and the plant can continue producing fresh blossoms as long as the conditions are right. In fall, it usually goes through a second round of blooming so that landscapers can enjoy even more beautiful purple flowers.

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Periwinkle Plant

Periwinkle Plant

Periwinkle is a perennial vine and a low-growing, evergreen ground cover plant with glossy green leaves and small, violet-blue flowers. It is often used to fill in garden spaces and control erosion. Incorporating it into landscaping offers many benefits that add beauty and functionality to outdoor spaces. This versatile ground cover brings lushness, adaptability, erosion control, low-maintenance care, and soft elegance to garden settings. Periwinkle - Vinca minor is famous for its blue flowers, and this flower is an excellent groundcover. Unlike some groundcovers, it proliferates without becoming invasive. Because of this, many home gardeners and landscape designers like to add this cheery flower to their landscape. Periwinkle Plant Has Many Names It initially originated in central and southern Europe. Classified as a part of the dogbane family, this flower quickly spread to the Baltic States, the Netherlands, and the Caucasus. Today, it is grown around the world as a groundcover. Sometimes, people may refer to this groundcover by other common names, like creeping myrtle or myrtle. Periwinkle Plant Helps With Soil Erosion  Periwinkle Plant is truly a gardener’s delight. Its strong roots help to control soil erosion, and its trailing vines are full of glossy leaves. Because deer don’t usually like it, you don’t have to worry about it disappearing. Plus, it can handle some foot traffic, so it doesn’t get trampled easily. Because it is considered an evergreen, it will keep its glossy, green leaves in the winter. After you plant it, the vines will gradually spread over neighboring areas. While it mainly grows along the ground, this vine can sometimes get up to 16 inches tall. Unlike other vines, it never climbs or twines around trees or walls. Instead, you can enjoy having it as a permanent ground cover in your garden. The Periwinkle Plant Flowers Are Sure to Impress The most notable part of this vine is its flowers. They are typically created between early spring and the middle of summer. Sometimes, you will still notice a few flowers in autumn. All of the flowers have a violet-purple shade and a five-lobed corolla. On some species, you can even find white and pale purple flowers. With Periwinkle Plant, you will have an evergreen mat in your garden beds throughout the year. The flowers remain for many of spring and summer so that you can appreciate bright blue pops. Thanks to its rapid growth, you don’t have to wait long to see this lovely vine fill empty areas in your yard.

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Brown Eyed Susan

Brown Eyed Susan

Brown-eyed Susan has bright yellow flowers that act as a beacon for bees, butterflies, and other insects, providing them with a valuable source of nectar and pollen. It is a vibrant and versatile perennial plant with numerous landscaping benefits. Its charming golden-yellow blooms with dark brown centers make it a delightful addition to gardens, natural areas, and urban landscapes. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, it contributes to the overall health and sustainability of the environment. Brown-Eyed Susans Has Tons Of Blooms With vibrant yellow flowers, Brown Eyed Susans are in full bloom and easy to spot. Formally known as rudbeckia triloba, these flowers feature plush center disks that are a deep brown purple. These fuzzy centers gradually fade to brown and are surrounded by six to 12 bright yellow rays. The result is a daisy-like flower measuring one to two inches across. Each plant boasts several blooms. Large, healthy plants can display six or more blooms simultaneously. The stems supporting these vivid blooms are reddish, coarse, and densely branching. Upright and prone to clumping, they range in height from two to five feet. The stems have fine white hairs along their upper half and are trimmed with green leaves. The leaves can differ in size and formation. Those at the top tend to be smaller and more straightforward. Why You Need Brown-Eyed Susan's How do you decide if you want them? Both are gorgeous coneflowers that can add a lively splash of yellow to your landscape. However, there are distinct differences. They have smaller flowers with fewer petals. They also have a more abundant output of flowers. In addition, they tend to bloom for a more extended period. Brown Eyed Susan Will Reproduce Easily  They are classified as either perennial or biennial, and Brown Eyed Susan will often self-seed and self-pollinate. They bloom beautifully from the middle of summer through the first frost, so you can usually spot their cheery yellow flowers from July through October. Gardeners who want to create an informal look or naturalize an area favor cut flowers, which are frequently found in borders and mass plantings. Cut flowers attract bees, butterflies, and birds, making them an excellent choice for landscapers who want to draw pollinators. Cut flowers are gorgeous, so they’re often popular with growers who enjoy creating floral arrangements.

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Yellow Coneflower

Yellow Coneflower

Yellow Coneflower is a native perennial wildflower with striking, golden daisy-like flowers and a central cone. It attracts pollinators and adds bright color to prairies and gardens. It is a delightful addition to any landscape and offers numerous attributes that make it popular among gardeners. 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 from the plant's base leaves. Each flower can have up to 13 drooping golden petals that are 1½–3½ inches long 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 Yellow Coneflower A long flowering season is excellent for coordinating plant combinations and flower arrangements. Yellow Coneflower blooms for one to two months, beginning early and ending in late summer. As the blooming season progresses, the plant's cone-shaped green core eventually becomes a deep purple or brown. Remember that most of these flowers will fully bloom in their second or third year of growth. These plants' fruit usually develops in late summer or fall. The achenes can display four little teeth at their tips, giving them an oblong-angular form. Lure Pollinators And Birds With Yellow Coneflower These plants are a great addition to any garden since they draw 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 Textured Gardens With Yellow Coneflower The textured leaves of Yellow Coneflower, also known as perennial black-eyed Susans, provide movement and contrast to any garden. These plants stand out because of their large, glossy leaves resembling cabbage leaves. You can use the textured foliage to increase the visual appeal of your yard. Their greenery is an excellent addition to naturalized areas, rain gardens, and gardens.

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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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Siberian Iris

Siberian Iris

Siberian Iris is a hardy purple and white blooming perennial plant known for its elegant, slender, and vibrant flowers. It is a popular choice for garden borders and water features. It is a versatile and captivating addition to landscaping projects, offering many benefits beyond any potential herbal uses. This perennial flowering plant brings aesthetic and functional advantages to outdoor spaces, making it a popular choice among landscape designers. The Siberian iris, also known as the iris sibirica and the Siberia flag, is a stunning addition to your flower garden. These memorable plants are recognized for their coloring and pleasant smell, which can be compared to that of violets and freesias. Incorporating them into your landscaping comes with several impressive benefits related to their beauty, significance, and functionality in and out of the home. Siberian Iris Has Gorgeous Flowers This easy-to-grow plant features long, bluish-green leaves along with bluish-purple flowers. The flowers have long, draping petals that perfectly contrast the slender, pointed leaves. The inner portion of the petals is fascinating, with a combination of yellow, white, and brown elements arranged in a lovely pattern. Numerous blooms grow on each plant seasonally, adding a vibrant, eye-catching hue to enjoy in your garden throughout spring. Siberian Iris Offers Home Decor They are also the perfect addition to your home decor. Their healthy, strong stems make them ideal for cutting at the bud stage through the flowering stage and adding to a tall vase. Their smooth fragrance and lovely coloring add a unique charm to your home and are perfect for use as a seasonal focal point. Siberian Iris Is Notable in Culture Siberian Iris is named after the rainbow goddess in Greek mythology, which is an apt name given its vivid and fascinating petals. For centuries, royalty have used them to symbolize their families' significance in countries worldwide. In addition, the French fleur-do-lis symbol is derived from this flower. Because of these cultural significances, they add a regal touch to your yard. While many species have distinctive characteristics you can add to your landscaping; this species stands out with its unique coloring and other traits. The plant grows in clumps that stand up to two feet tall at maturity and can grow up to 20 flowers per plant. Because of their characteristics, the plants make a great addition as a property line division and a flower garden border.

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Shooting Star Plant

Shooting Star Plant

Shooting Star Plant is a spring-blooming wildflower characterized by its unique, upside-down, nodding flowers with petals swept back, resembling an asteroid's tail, often found in meadows and woodlands.  The blossoms on a plant droop from delicate stalks in the form of stars. These five-petaled blossoms come in white, pink, purple, and rose and are around one inch long. A single, dark green style converges to a point at the bottom of the flower, and a group of yellow stamens surrounds the upwardly reflexed petals. The pollinators these flowers attract add to the tropical feel of your lawn. Because the blooms retain their pollen, birds can have difficulty getting to them. These flowers are also known to be resistant to deer. Add Dense Foliage With Shooting Star Plant  The smooth, lance-shaped leaves of these flowers can be any shade of green, from emerald to grayish. Each leaf can grow up to 2.5 inches wide and six inches long, which provides dense foliage. These leaves have a heart-shaped vein in the middle and a crimson base. Basal leaves, borne on lengthy stalks, are a distinguishing feature of the flower. They especially stand out from the rest of the woodland's vegetation in the spring. When planted in clusters, their varying heights and hues make for a spectacular show, mainly when planted with other species. Extend the Seasonal Appeal of Your Yard With Shooting Star Plant Shooting Star Plant's distinctive blooming habit and eye-catching blossoms can add year-round seasonal beauty to your garden. They typically bloom each year in mid-to-late spring. A rosette of leaves grows at the flower base in April, and the blossoms appear in late April and early May. Throughout the summer, they keep their vibrant display of pink or red blossoms and bloom abundantly. Even during the winter, the arching branches of these flowers can add visual interest to your lawn. Create a Focal Point With Hanging Baskets With Shooting Star Plant With Shooting Star Plant's gently cascading growth pattern, the flowers elegantly flow over the edges of hanging baskets. Their colorful, star-shaped flowers make for an excellent focal point in garden design, creating a rich and verdant show. Even when they aren't blooming, their glossy green foliage looks great in hanging baskets. Most of these flowers start blooming within their first year of growth.

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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. It is a popular choice in gardens and borders and is often used in landscaping for its numerous benefits. Here are some advantages of incorporating them 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. Your garden 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 famous as a landscape plant, many people also grow it for its potential as a cut flower. Discover Green Leaves and Fragrant Flowers With Tall Phlox Because of its growth habits, you never struggle to see them. This upright flower typically grows about 3 feet in height. If you need a shorter option for your gardening beds, some cultivars grow only 2 feet tall. 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. Tall Phlox Come In A Rainbow of Colors You don’t have to limit yourself to just one when picking a color. Depending on the cultivar, you can find Tall Phlox in just about any shade you can think of. While it is trendy in shades of blue and purple, it can also be found in pink, orange, and white hues. Besides its stunning flowers, Tall Phlox 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 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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Dicentra Canadensis Squirrel Corn

Dicentra Canadensis Squirrel Corn

Squirrel Corn produces a welcome aroma, too. It enhances outdoor spaces' natural beauty, biodiversity, and tranquility. This perennial wildflower offers distinct qualities that enhance various aspects of landscape design. Squirrel corn is a perennial wildflower with distinctly corn-shaped tubers that may attract smaller mammals like squirrels, chipmunks, and mice. That being said, this flower's element is not where it shines. This delicate plant is one that many would be happy to make room for. Let's take a look at where Dicentra candidosis shines and why it's beloved by so many. The Heart-Shaped Flowers Of Squirrel Corn This plant produces attractive, pale pinkish-white, heart-shaped flowers each spring that add a touch of delicacy and quiet beauty to any garden area. The flowers themselves produce a welcome aroma, too, which only enhances the plant's presence. While the name of the plant itself might sound silly, don't let it fool you into thinking that it's not a gorgeous plant to have in your yard. This plant is a tuber, and one of its benefits is that animals like chipmunks are known to transplant it, reducing the amount of work that you need to do if you want these plants all around your property. The Foliage Of The Squirrel Corn Is Stunning  While the flowers are the highlight of this plant, they remain dormant after they bloom in spring. The good news? The leaves of this plant are also quite stunning. With a blueish hue, they flow out to produce an equally impressive spectacle, even without the presence of the plant's flowers. If you're looking for taller greenery that could be incorporated into garden or yard spaces to help you liven things up, consider Dicentra candles as one of the wildflowers you use in your space. Squirrel Corn Is Easy To Add To Landscapes  Speaking of incorporating Squirrel Corn into your space, you'll be pleased to know that it adapts well to most environments. This means that you can easily add it to various areas of your landscaping plans to breathe some more life into your space. Whether you're adding some more plants around trees or creating a garden space with various types of wildflowers that will burst to life in spring, you can rely on this plant to add something special. Produces a welcome aroma, too, to enhance

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Lyreleaf Sage

Lyreleaf Sage

Lyreleaf Sage is a perennial wildflower characterized by its delicate, lyre-shaped leaves and spikes of tubular, purple-to-blue flowers. It is often found in dry, open woodlands and meadows. When thoughtfully integrated into landscaping designs, it presents a range of benefits. Its distinctive appearance, adaptability, contributions to biodiversity, and potential for enhancing outdoor spaces' visual and ecological aspects make it a valuable addition to gardens and landscapes. Lyreleaf Sage Produces Flowers Annually  Lyreleaf sage, also known as Salvia lyrata, is an herbaceous perennial. This means that its stems usually do not consist of any woodsy parts. It produces flowers annually before losing them every winter and usually lives for over two years.  Also, being described as "sage" means that it is a hardy, vigorous plant that can withstand being walked on much more than is the case for many other types of greenery. It is also known for its ability to resist, especially wet or dry conditions. This plant is the only one with this specific description native to North America. It should not be confused with the nightshade, an East Asian flowering plant. Lyreleaf Sage Has A Long Stem With Blooms This hairy perennial grows a rosette of leaves at its base, and those leaves, which have irregular margins, can extend up to 8 inches. Its stem usually reaches 1-2 feet long, and leaves typically grow higher, although those located there are much simpler. Its leaves are dark green for much of the year, usually changing to dark purple in the winter. Flowering tends to happen more extensively in April, May, and June, although it can occur sporadically throughout the year, with fall commonly being another significant time. These blue or violet flowers reach an inch long and attract butterflies and hummingbirds, while bees are their predominant pollinators. This plant can transition from being a seed to flowering in just a few months. Where Lyreleaf Sage Is Found The natural settings for most of these flowering plants include open areas and along forest edges. It is also commonly found in clearings, meadows, and sand. Many use it in gardens and lawns. Lyreleaf Sage's native area is spread throughout much of the eastern half of the United States, specifically from Connecticut south to Florida and west to Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.

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Baneberry Doll Eye

Baneberry Doll Eye

Baneberry Doll's Eye reaches 12" and produces white berries with black pupils, giving it the common name "dolly eyes." This stunning plant can add unique and eye-pleasing attributes to any landscaping design. Native to North America, this perennial herbaceous plant possesses several key features that make it a valuable addition to gardens and landscapes. From its striking appearance to its ecological benefits, this perennial offers a plethora of reasons why it is a sought-after choice for gardeners and landscape enthusiasts. Baneberry Doll Eye's Unique Appeal Baneberry doll eye gets its unusual name from its distinctive look. The plant's identifying characteristic is clusters of white seed pods resembling doll eyes. In the fall, this plant produces sprouts of berries on bright red stalks. The white seeds hang from fleshy, red stems, and a black dot is at the tip of each seed. These unique berries last a few months so that they can decorate your yard until the first frost. Stunning Blossoms From The Baneberry Doll Eye Though the white plant is mainly known for its berries, it has many other appealing features. In the summer, the plant blossoms with delicate white, lacy blossoms. These blossoms have small, pop-pom-like clusters of white stalks with a rounded white dot at the center. Their soft texture contrasts the rest of the plant and adds even more visual interest to your landscaping. It is an attractive plant all year long. This perennial plant is a medium-sized plant that usually grows to around 30 inches in height and 16 inches in width. It produces sparse yet large leaves evenly spaced along a thin, woody stalk. Its leaves are heavily lobed with a frilled edge. They tend to be a medium green at the center and lighten to yellow-green along the outer edges. This attractive shape results in a plant that adds plenty of exciting texture to the rest of your garden. How To Incorporate Baneberry Doll Eye In Landscaping It is a popular option for landscapers who want something unusual but versatile. The dramatically shaped leaves create a great backdrop to other plants, so they work well as borders around trees or shrubs along a property line. They're pretty short and can provide ground cover in flower beds. For most of the year, its delicate white blossoms complement other blooms without distracting them. However, when most other plants stop blooming in fall, it produces iconic berries. This ensures your landscaping looks exciting and enjoyable all year long.

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Blue Cohosh

Blue Cohosh

Fern-like leaves exhibit a captivating bluish-green color, providing an intriguing contrast to other plants in the landscape. As the summer progresses, the plant produces beautiful blueberries, adding a splash of vibrant color and attracting wildlife, further enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal of the garden. It is a versatile and beneficial plant incorporated into landscaping designs. Its unique characteristics and ecological advantages make it an attractive addition to parks and medicinal and natural areas. Blue Cohosh is a perennial plant known as Caulophyllum thalictroides, and it is most commonly found in the wild, growing in the woodlands in the northern region of the Appalachian Mountains. However, it has been seen from South Carolina to New Brunswick. This plant immediately stands out from other vegetation with its beauty and is well-suited for shaded areas of your yard or garden. What are the exciting benefits that this plant introduces to your yard? The Dramatic Color Of Blue Cohosh As Blue Cohosh sprouts, it shoots up a bluish stalk, eventually growing as tall as two feet at maturity. From the stalk, the panicles branch off and display lovely leaves and small, yellowish-green flowers. These star-shaped flowers usually bloom between April and May. The flowers then produce tiny seeds. These blue-colored seeds appear in late summer and fall in early autumn, adding to the many colors the plant introduces to your yard. Often, shady and moist areas of a yard are void of vegetation. These spaces become eyesores and turn into a muddy mess on wet days. This plant, however, thrives in shady areas with moist soil. With its incredible coloring, the plant brings a natural element with lovely pops of color to these otherwise dismal areas of the yard. The Fascinating Foliage Of Blue Cohosh As the new stalks emerge from the ground, the leaves grow and unfurl. These leaves have a deep green hue with a bluish tint, making them stand apart from other vegetation in your garden or yard. The lacy leaves dangle loosely and are spread relatively far apart. Some people find that the leaves fluttering in the wind are mesmerizing. Blue Cohosh Attracts Birds  While some animals avoid Blue Cohosh, others are attracted to it. Birds often nibble on the blue seeds, which are essential for dispersing the seeds. Some smaller mammals are also drawn to the seeds. In addition, the flowers attract bees, damselbugs, and other insects. These are essential pollinators that promote the overall health of the environment.

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Water Willow

Water Willow

Water Willow is a native aquatic plant with lance-shaped leaves and spikes of small, tubular, white to lavender flowers commonly found in streams and wetland areas. It offers a plethora of positive attributes that make itJusticia an excellent addition to any landscaping design. These charming deciduous trees are native to the southeastern United States and thrive in wetland areas, making them perfect for aqua gardens, pond edges, and other moist environments. Water Willow, also known as Dianthera americana, are aquatic herbaceous plants. In other words, this particular plant is typically found partially submerged in flowing or still aquas. They offer a nice splash of color and visual interest to their surroundings and can be eye-catching. Water Willow Has Stunning Flowers This plant produces white and purple flowers in small clusters. When fully grown, each flower is approximately 1/2 inch. They grow out of stalks from their foliage and usually remain in bloom from May through October. This plant attracts bees and even offers them a prominent guideline for pollination purposes! Therefore, if you want to help the world's bee population, putting some on an artificial lake is a great idea. The Water Willow Has Exotic Leaves Once the slender rhizomes have been planted, American Willows will begin to grow and thrive. In time, they can even spread into large colonies that take up approximately 1,000 square feet. Of course, this flowering plant is also suitable for your yard's built-in aqua features as it won't grow more significant than its area. The leaves themselves are simple and can grow up to six inches long. They're also bright green and go to a point at the tip. Meanwhile, the stems grow between 1.6 and 3.3 feet high and are also born. Small brown capsules serve as this plant's fruit. They attract various animals, and they're used to help keep this species alive and well. More will be born as long as they end up near a river, lake, or stream! Water Willow Will Bring In Lots Of Wildlife One of the best things about Water Willow is that it will bring in a lot of wildlife. You can expect to see muskrats and beavers dining on the rhizomes in the wild. Deer usually eat the leaves, and bees enjoy the pollen. This plant will also feed a variety of other insects. Instead of stopping there, it also makes a fantastic habitat for amphibians, fish, and assorted aquatic invertebrates.

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Dandelion Plant

Dandelion Plant

Dandelion perennials have bright yellow, disk-like flowers atop slender, green stems with jagged-edged leaves that form a rosette at the base. While it is often considered a weed due to its rapid growth and ability to spread, it possesses several characteristics that can benefit landscaping. Dandelion Plant Can Reach 1 Feet Tall Dandelion plants can reach a height of eight to 12 inches and have a rosette of leaves around a deep taproot. The leaves are sleek and feature acute indentations without any visible hairs. They have lance-, rectangular-, or spatula-shaped foliage and flower heads covered with ray petals. Their blooms, which can grow up to two inches long, are a single shade of yellow and sit on a sturdy, hollow stem. Although they bloom from April through September, they're most noticeable in May and June. Well-established dandelion plants sometimes bloom twice, once in the spring and once in the fall.  Improve Soil Quality With The Dandelion Plant They have roots that spread wide. This loosens hard-packed soil and increases aeration, making it healthier. Their roots extract calcium and potassium from the earth, making these vital nutrients available to nearby flowers. Because their roots also hold the soil together, these flowers help prevent erosion. The dead foliage adds organic matter to the soil and provides essential nutrients for grass to grow strong and green. Their wind-aided seed distribution and cross-pollination capabilities also make them useful for fertilizing grass. About nine to 15 days after the yellow flowers appear, they reveal a white puffball, a fuzzy pappus. The wind carries bits of the fuzzy pappus containing seeds as part of the flowers' reproduction process. Hummingbirds, mainly, like these fuzzy seeds and use them to build nests. Pollinators Rely On The Dandelion Plant In early spring, many pollinators rely on them for their nectar. While some can yield as many as 400 seeds, the typical yield is 180. Pollinators like ladybugs, honeybees, and moths play a crucial role in pest control by eating, weakening, and killing garden pests.

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Daffodil Plant

Daffodil Plant

The Daffodil Plant is a Spring-blooming, trumpet-shaped flower characterized by its vibrant yellow or white petals and central trumpet-like corona. It adds a burst of color to gardens and landscapes. The plant's vibrant colors, from sunny yellows to pastel lemon, create striking visual displays that brighten any outdoor area. Daffodils are famous for being yellow, but there are all kinds of other colors, as well, including white, orange, and even pink. They also feature varieties with more than one of these colors. Therefore, they can form a splendid and colorful swash throughout any garden. They have adorned gardens for thousands of years. Indeed, the Greek name is Narcissus. Currently, it's the national flower of Wales. They've been harbingers of the coming of spring throughout their existence, and because they're perennials, each plant does the same for many years throughout its life cycle. They'll anchor your garden through spring and summer as long-lasting blooms, drawing people's gaze to their grace and beauty. The Blooming Trumpet The Daffodil Plant Before they bloom, the trumpet of the mature bloom is covered in a waxy shell called a spathe. The spathe is delicate and reflects the entire light spectrum when covered in morning dew. Not every daffodil forms a trumpet, however. They form two kinds of cups: charming double blooms and what's known as the jonquil, which is a beautiful two-toned bloom. Generally, there are two kinds of jonquils: one with primarily white petals and yellow accents and one that's the opposite. Such flowers that sport two exquisite colors can act as a transition between sections of the garden. The Daffodil Plant Can Reach 3 Feet Tall They can grow almost to 3 feet tall and a foot wide. Their mature leaves are tall and straight and only sag toward the end of the growing season at the beginning of August. They last more than a month through the heart of the summer, lending their multicolored cheek to any garden. Because they thrive in containers as much as in the open, they're a terrific accent for window sills, porches, patios, and decks, bringing their polychromatic cheeriness to every part of the garden and the whole property. Partners for Daffodil Plant The bright yellow of the plant pairs very well with other garden residents, including the Northern Blue Star with its deep blue and indigo blooms and the vibrant red of roses or dahlias. The color palette is nearly endless when considering them fresh, with fabulous flexibility.

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Columbine Plant

Columbine Plant

The Eastern Columbine (Aquilegia canadensis) is a perennial known for its bold red and yellow flowers, which look like hanging lanterns. Its unique shape and vibrant colors make it a favorite of pollinators such as hummingbirds and butterflies. The plant brings life and beauty to any landscape. If you want to add a splash of color to indoor or outdoor spaces, the Columbine Plant is worth buying. It is relatively small, so you can put it anywhere on your property without crowding other shrubs or trees. It tends to grow in clumps, meaning you can get multiple flowers and stems from a single seed or group of seeds. It will typically grow to about one to three feet in height. The flowers it produces can be almost any color, depending on the exact species that you happen to have. Standard colors include blue, pink, and yellow; in some cases, you may see multiple colors from the same one. Attract Various Animals With Columbine Plant One of the critical benefits of planting this item in your garden is that it can attract deer, rabbits, and other forms of wildlife. However, they tend to be most attractive to deer or rabbits looking for food. Fortunately, they tend to resist these creatures, which means you can enjoy the scenery without worrying about having to relocate or replant your flowers. You will also notice that it is attractive to pollinators such as bees or hummingbirds. Ultimately, you can help other flowers in your yard or nearby areas thrive while having something fascinating to look at when you're outside each day. Columbine Plant Does Well In Cold Weather The growth cycle of it tends to be a relatively short one. Therefore, you will notice the rush of color in your garden and wherever you decide to put it. As they generally do well in cold weather, you can put them out almost whenever you want without ruining them. The Columbine Plant Produces Seeds Quickly A final benefit to buying Columbine Plant is that it creates new seeds quickly on its own. Therefore, you may notice multiple shoots on your property without investing much time and money.  

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Chocolate Chip Ajuga

Chocolate Chip Ajuga

Chocolate Chip Ajuga is a low-growing perennial ground cover plant with small, brown foliage and spikes of blue-violet flowers. The deep, brown leaves create a rich and captivating texture that contrasts beautifully with traditional green foliage. It is a distinctive and versatile plant that offers numerous benefits when landscaping projects. Its unique appearance, hardiness, and adaptability make it popular for enhancing outdoor spaces with visual and functional advantages. Chocolate chip ajuga is a low-growing perennial that works well as ground cover. Some gardeners even use it as a living mulch because it helps suppress weeds. It is primarily found in northern Africa, southwestern Asia, and Europe, where it's native. Plant Chocolate Chip Ajuga Is an Attractive Addition to Your Yard It is a dwarf variety of bugleweed in the mint family. Gardeners can expect each plant to grow about three inches in height and nine inches in diameter. It gets its name from its dark green to brown-colored or burgundy leaves. In the mid to late spring, they sprout bluish-purple-colored flowers reminiscent of lilacs or lavender. They provide excellent ground cover and can fill shady and bare areas of your yard. They work well in rock gardens, along borders, and under and around shrubs. As they get established, they form a dense mat that can be used in place of grass or where grass won't grow. Savvy gardeners can even plant them in containers. Attract Pollinators with Chocolate Chip Ajuga If you love butterflies and hummingbirds, plant them. This plant makes a great addition to butterfly gardens and can be planted in window boxes and planters if you want to attract a few painted ladies to your house. It also works well near vegetable gardens because it attracts bees, which can help pollinate your plants. Recommended Companion Plants for Chocolate Chip Ajuga Chocolate Chip Ajuga can be planted around and alongside many trees, shrubs, and flowers. Some favorites include rose bushes, holly, hydrangea, Brunner, violas, and balloon flowers. Balloon flowers make a great addition because they also attract butterflies and pollinators. They may be the right plant for your yard if you're looking to cover bare spots in your yard and add depth around rock gardens and along the edges of bushes and shrubs.

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Fleabane Daisy

Fleabane Daisy

Fleabane Daisy boasts delicate, white to pale pink petals surrounding a yellow center, and it is known for its ability to thrive in various natural habitats.is a charming and beneficial plant with numerous advantages in landscaping projects. This perennial flower belongs to the Asteraceae family and is known for its delicate appearance and versatility in outdoor spaces. The Fleabane Daisy is a precious North American flower that embodies the beauty of simplicity. As a pioneer species of the Rocky Mountains, this indigenous plant is acclaimed for its bright coloration and vibrancy. What Makes Fleabane Daisy So Unique Also known as Erigeron annuus, it is not your typical flower. In contrast to other members of its genus, this flower can be partially distinguished by its ample coarse-toothed leaves. The unusual cleft shape is a distinctly recognizable attribute that is particularly noticeable around the stem base. A tendency towards narrowing can be observed near the top, but their symmetrical pattern remains intact. The stem showcases a slight hairiness that can often only be seen up close. Fleabane Daisy Blooms White, Pink, Purple  With faint shades of pink and purple, the petals subtly evoke qualities of both romance and affection. From off-white to lavender, these daisies possess an irresistibly eye-catching and attractively understated gradient. Their gold and yellow centers discreetly provide an ideal contrast that lavishly amplifies the flower’s soft visual enticements. The relatively small circular core keenly enhances a slender and wispy presentation. Their blooming is culturally associated with late spring, and they commonly continue sprouting new flowers into mid-autumn. Heights vary widely due to their adaptive spirit, but they often grow up to 4 feet tall. Meanwhile, the delicate petals vary in length individually. They are approximately 1 inch long, and there are usually more than 100 per flower. An impressive clustering capacity often generates over 40 flower heads per stalk. This powerful inflorescence ultimately cultivates a rich and luscious visage. Fleabane Daisy Reseeds Itself  Fleabane Daisy is typically an annual species but has also been observed adapting to a biennial life cycle. Its quaint appearance masks an underlying robustness. It is renowned for its resilience, and this hearty nature lends itself to an abundant flowering cycle. Despite a reliance on standard pollination processes, these plants also can self-fertilize. As a favorite delicacy among bees, it is recognized for its contributions to healthy landscapes of all kinds.

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Ranunculus Repens

Ranunculus Repens

Ranunculus repens, commonly known as creeping buttercup, is a low-growing, perennial herbaceous plant with bright yellow, glossy flowers and deeply lobed leaves. It is a flowering perennial plant that can offer various landscaping benefits. Its deep golden flowers and lush green foliage make it a favored option for adding graphic appeal to gardens, lawns, and outdoor spaces. While Ranunculus Repens is often sold by its scientific name, many gardeners know this beautiful flower called creeping buttercup. Initially, this yellow flower was native to Europe, northwestern Africa, and Asia. Because of its incredible beauty, it has gradually spread to home gardens throughout the world. The Golden Flowers Of Ranunculus Repens One of the biggest reasons gardens love it is its golden flower. The glossy petals are popular among pollinators, so these flowers are excellent for a butterfly or hummingbird garden. Because bees are so important in local environments, its ability to attract bees can help improve your garden's health. Ranunculus Repens Grows Nearly Anywhere Unlike some flowers, they will tolerate many different environments and ecosystems. It tends to prefer moist areas, so you are likelier to find it next to streams and ponds. However, you can find it in many locations because of its adaptability. Often, you will see them in riverbanks, meadows, and woodlands. Once this flower takes hold, it creeps along the ground, making a dense mat of gorgeous green leaves. Famous for its hardiness, this plant is also incredibly low maintenance. This flower is a favorite in garden beds thanks to its ease and adaptability. Ranunculus Repens Comes Back Every Year As a low-growing plant, this plant only grows 8 to 12 inches tall. It is a perennial herbaceous plant, so you don’t have to replant it yearly. Once the deep, lobed leaves develop, you can enjoy lush foliage for many months. Typically, gardeners incorporate this plant into their landscapes because it is good as a groundcover. This perennial can push weeds out because it can quickly fill up an empty space. Unlike more delicate flowers, it also competes well against existing weeds. With Ranunculus Repens, you can quickly transform a landscape design. The cheery flowers form a striking contrast with the plant’s verdant foliage. Thanks to its ground-covering ability, it can quickly take root in your home garden or professional landscape.

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Hairy Buttercup

Hairy Buttercup

Hairy Buttercup is a flowering perennial with bright yellow, buttercup-like flowers and leaves covered in fine, soft hairs. It adds charm to meadows and fields. This charming and versatile plant can bring wild beauty to landscaping projects. This annual or biennial herb is native to Europe and can offer several advantages when strategically incorporated into garden designs. Ranunculus sardous, commonly known as the Hairy Buttercup, is a charming herb that makes a beautiful addition to any yard or landscape. Its dense foliage makes it perfect for revitalizing abandoned spaces and infusing new life into old soil. The Ranunculaceae family of plants hail from the Canary Islands, North Africa, and Europe, but they are widely available and make outstanding contributions to rustic and contemporary landscapes. Hairy Buttercup Brings Peace And Joy Their dainty green leaves have an enchanting, almost mythical quality. They bring a sense of peace and joy wherever they are planted. Because they grow abundantly, this plant can help control weed growth and promote a healthier landscape. The tiny, hairy leaves from this plant's green stems make it a valuable and beautiful addition to home gardens. The bright yellow, five-petaled flowers that blossom during the spring bring a delightful burst of color that can easily complement existing blooms or add visual contrast to an earthy, green space. The plants add a sense of wild beauty and meadow-like charm to a landscape, making them an excellent option for somebody who likes to improve their garden's health while increasing its visual appeal. Hairy Buttercup works Well In Any Landscape. These annual or biennial herbs can work well in various landscapes, and they tend to reward their growers with abundant growth and foliage even with minimal intervention. They tend to thrive fast, creating a lush carpet of flowering blossoms that attract critical pollinators to support flower growth and a healthy ecosystem. Because they can fill a space without being overwhelmed, these wildflowers are excellent choices for those with ample space needing a solid ground cover. At the same time, the delicate appearance of the plants ensures that they do not overwhelm the surrounding landscape. Add Beauty to Your Garden With Hairy Buttercup Plating Hairy Buttercup in your garden allows you to add wonderous, natural beauty, texture, and visual interest with minimal effort. These energetic yet low-growing plants are quick to adapt to their new homes.

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15 Colorful Trillium Collection - 2-3 Colors, Chosen Perfectly For Your Climate Zone

15 Colorful Trillium Collection - 2-3 Colors, Chosen Perfectly For Your Climate Zone

Trilliums are a genus of perennial plants belonging to the Melanthiaceae family. Known for their distinctive three-petaled flowers, trilliums are highly sought after in landscaping due to their beauty and versatility. Numerous perennials exist, each with unique characteristics and uses. This article will explore some of the most popular trillium species and how they can be incorporated into landscaping designs. Trilliums Will Bloom First In Your Garden When you see the first trilliums bloom, you'll know Spring is coming. This wildflower appears in March and blooms in April in North America. Although it is a member of the lily family, you may hear it called by other names, such as birthroot, birthwort, or Indian balm. There are approximately 30 species of birthroot. In the wild, these flowers spread through seeds carried by ants. When the seeds take root, they form an underground root system, and the stems remain in the soil. This wildflower produces flowers with three petals and bracts. Some varieties of birthroot feature large flowers up to four inches wide, while others produce smaller flowers. Trilliums Are Available In Many Colors One of the most popular varieties of this wildflower is T. grandiflorum. This flower produces a large blossom up to four inches wide. Approximately one week after the flower opens, the petals change color. The flower changes from bright to light pink. As the flower fades, the pink changes to a dark rose color. Since the blossoms open at different times, gardeners may enjoy shades of pink and rose all at once. Another variety is T. erectum. This wildflower, also known as Wake Robin, features burgundy petals with bright green leaves. This variety can spread to 12 inches wide and grow up to 18 inches tall. T. undulatum produces a single, beautiful bloom above whorled leaves. The bloom features petals with a bright red center. Like other varieties, T.undulatum grows 18 inches high and 12 inches wide. This stunning flower can add some variety to your yard. Creating a Colorful Trillium Garden with TN Nursery No matter which variety you choose, these wildflowers are a great addition to any garden or yard. These beautiful flowers add color and height to any wildflower garden. Gardeners can mix and match different varieties to create a natural look that varies in height and color.

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10 Lobelia Plants - 5 Red & 5 Blue

10 Lobelia Plants - 5 Red & 5 Blue

Start your outdoor garden with TN Nursery's Lobelia Plants 10-pack. Your order comes with five blue and five red. As perennials, they will come back every year, giving you reliable beauty to look forward to. TN Nursery's prices are low enough that you can fill your garden with them. Discover Our Lobelia Plants 10 Lobelia Plants - 5 Red 5 Blue are a great addition to any landscape. They can grow up to four feet in height, so they create a very dramatic look on your property. The flowers grow in towering clusters that feature long stems with blooms waving on the top of each branch. The pleasant mix of two different colors in this package ensures that your landscape features an appealing blend of vibrant colors. These Blooming Lobelia Plants Provides Beauty and Fragrance These perennial flowers keep growing year after year and produce attractive leaves even during colder months. They boast long stalks with long, blade-shaped leaves that increase in size towards the bottom of the plant. Leaves often have delicate veins and subtly frilled edges. Depending on growing conditions, these leaves can range from medium green to dark green. Some may also have a scarlet or purplish tinge. The colorful leaves ensure your landscape looks lively and verdant throughout the year. Both of these flowers grow clusters of flowers that stick out above the rest of the plant. The flower clusters contain multiple small, colorful blooms arranged in regular rows. Though there are some minor differences in shape between the two shades of lobelia, both have flowers with five petals clustered around a narrow tube. Five of the flowers will have deep scarlet petals, while five will have pale sapphire petals with some white and yellow stripes. Ways to Accent Your Landscape With Lobelia Plants Lobelia Plants are a popular choice for the middle of a flower bed since they are tall enough to stand out among shorter blossoms. Their narrow shape and regular appearance also allow them to frame sidewalk edges, walls, and driveways nicely. Some landscapers like to take advantage of their dense blooms and cluster them together to create lush beds of colorful blooms. With the pleasant mix of different colors in this collection of flowers, you can easily add visual interest and exciting color to your landscape.

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10 Purple & Gold Perennials - Get 10 Vibrant Plants, Chosen Perfectly For Yoru Zone

10 Purple & Gold Perennials - Get 10 Vibrant Plants, Chosen Perfectly For Yoru Zone

Prepare for an impeccable arrangement of perennials from TN Nursery. Our can't-miss selection of purple and gold perennials includes 10, with five larkspurs and five black-eyed Susans. You'll fill your garden with delight and color, making it a real eye treat. Larkspur & Black Eyed Susans Has Vibrant Blooms The 10 Purple Gold Perennials—5 Each—Larkspur Black-Eyed Susans offer the potential for beautiful blooms for many seasons to come! This set consists of two perennial flowering plants beloved for their vibrant colors. It is perfect for flower gardens, walkways, or open fields. Discover the potential of combining radiant purple and glistening gold flowers as part of a landscaping plan. The Beauty of Larkspur & Black Eyed Susans is Spectacular They create a stunning contrast in any garden or landscape by blending two complementary colors. With spots on opposite ends of the color wheel, purple and yellow-toned gold are complementary colors that are commonly used together when the goal is to create a bold, noticeable color scheme. This mixture of plants can be used as part of a dual-color garden theme or added to a more extensive garden full of blooms of different colors! Black Eyed Susans Make Stunning Boutiques Rudbeckia hirta is a flower native to North America. It is beloved for its whimsical, daisy-like appearance. In addition to bringing a pop of sunshine to any garden, these flowers are great for filling out homemade boutiques. Delphinium Plants Delphiniums are uniquely shaped flowers in the buttercup family. They are easily recognized by their tall, spiky petals, which are synonymous with cottage-garden culture. They are also noted for their fresh, subtle fragrance. Delphiniums are some of the best florals for gathering bunches into bouquets! For this reason, they are prized by both hobby gardeners and florists. They are both extraordinary options for creating a garden with dimension! With their tall stalks and lightweight pedals, larkspurs can rise to be 1-3 feet lofty. With its signature yellow petals erupting from a skinny stalk, a black-eyed susan can grow up to 2 feet tall.

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15 Assorted Daylillies - 5 Plants Each - Red, Orange and Yellow

15 Assorted Daylillies - 5 Plants Each - Red, Orange and Yellow

Assorted Daylillies are a popular choice for landscaping due to their vibrant blooms, ease of care, and versatility. These perennial plants offer numerous benefits that make daylilies an excellent addition to any garden or landscape design. Daylilies provide various advantages, from their wide range of colors and patterns to their adaptability to different soil conditions. Get 5 Daylilies, Each In Red, Orange, and Yellow Stella De Oro. This plant ships bare-root and dormant (no leaves or foliage). It will not green out until next spring. 15 Assorted Daylillies In Vibrant Colors Adding 15 assorted daylillies - 5 plants each - red, orange, and yellow - will make your yard vibrant and colorful. Daylilies come in a rainbow of hues and patterns, including self, blend, polychrome, baritone, bicolor, and banded. Their blossoms can be a mixture of colors, like purple and gold, or a combination of scarlet and lemon. Some daylilies can grow up to four feet tall. They typically bloom between mid-spring and early autumn, with June being their most prolific month. Even though each bloom only lasts a day, it can take a month or longer for all blooming. Create Havens for Pollinators With Our Assorted Daylillies These flowers are beautiful additions to rock, butterfly, and children's gardens. Butterflies and hummingbirds are just two of the many pollinators that daylilies attract with their nectar and pollen. The blue, lemon, and purple flowers draw in lots of bees. These plants rely on pollination to reproduce and create fruit. Because the daylily fruit is a loculicidal capsule, its walls ripen and crack to release the seeds. Design Vibrant Walkways and Borders With Our Assorted Daylillies One of the many uses for daylilies is as a border plant, but they also look lovely scattered around a garden. They work exceptionally well, filling empty spaces in flower beds and sloped banks. They encourage people to stay on the designated path when used as walkway edges. It's common to see them planted along fences, walkways, terraces, and curbsides. Another option is to grow these flowers around a foundation. Their leaves complement a variety of other flowers, like rhododendrons, boxwoods, and evergreens. Daylilies are excellent weed suppressants because their dense foliage smothers and eventually kills most weeds. Another way they help get rid of weeds is by blocking photosynthesis. This means the weeds can't obtain the nutrients (carbohydrates) they need to grow, so they die. Planting 15 assorted daylillies - 5 plants each - will kill young, immature weeds.

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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 Gardens 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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15 Old Fashioned Perennial Favorites - Perfectly Chosen For Your Planting Zone

15 Old Fashioned Perennial Favorites - Perfectly Chosen For Your Planting Zone

Southern garden favorites are known for their charm, grace, and enduring beauty. Incorporating old-fashioned perennials is a delightful choice when creating a garden you can enjoy for many years. These plants have been beloved for generations, and their timeless appeal continues to captivate gardeners today. This article will explore some of the most beloved old-fashioned perennials that thrive in the southern climate. These will be a mixture of perennials that will be hardy and do exceptionally well in the zone you put in checkout for us to ship to. Old Fashioned Perennials Of Old Homesteads Daylilies (Hemerocallis): These hardy plants are a staple in southern gardens. Daylilies' vibrant blooms in various colors add beauty to any landscape. They are low-maintenance, drought-tolerant, and adaptable to different soil conditions. Whether you choose the classic orange daylily or the more unusual cultivars, these flowers will surely bring joy year after year. Peonies (Paeonia): Known for their large, showy flowers and delightful fragrance, peonies are cherished for their elegance and timelessness. These thrive in the southern climate, particularly in areas with cold winters and hot summers. Their lush blooms in pink, white, and red shades make them a favorite among gardeners seeking romance in their outdoor spaces. Irises (Iris): Irises are a valid symbol of Southern grace and charm. With their unique, delicate blooms, irises add a touch of elegance to any garden. These plants come in stunning colors, including purple, blue, yellow, and white. They are versatile plants grown in wet and dry soil conditions, ideal for the ever-changing southern climate. Black-Eyed Susans (Rudbeckia): Black-Eyed Susans are native wildflowers beloved for their bright yellow petals and dark centers. These plants are incredibly resilient and can thrive in full sun and partial shade. They attract butterflies and bees, adding life and movement to your garden. Black-eyed Susans are famous for cottage-style gardens and meadow plantings. Shasta Daisies (Leucanthemum x superbum): Shasta daisies are classic, old-fashioned perennials that bring a touch of nostalgia to southern gardens. These cheerful flowers feature large white petals and golden-yellow centers. They bloom abundantly throughout the summer and are excellent cut flowers for bouquets. Shasta daisies are easy to grow and require minimal maintenance, making them a favorite among busy gardeners. Hollyhocks (Alcea): Hollyhocks are tall, stately plants that add a vertical element to any garden. Tn Nursery Offers Hardy Old Fashioned Perennials Their impressive flower spikes, filled with blooms in various colors, create a sense of drama and grandeur. These thrive in full sun and well-drained soil. Hollyhocks are often found in cottage gardens, where their old-world charm evokes a sense of nostalgia and enchantment. Lantanas (Lantana camara): Lantanas are sun-loving plants that thrive in the southern heat. With their clusters of small, vibrant flowers, these plants are magnets for butterflies and hummingbirds. Lantanas are available in various colors, including shades of yellow, orange, pink, and purple. Coneflowers Is A Perfect Old Fashioned Perennial Their ability to withstand drought and long blooming periods makes them a perfect choice for southern gardens. Coneflowers (Echinacea): Coneflowers are native wildflowers that have become a beloved staple in southern gardens. These plants feature striking daisy-like flowers with cone-shaped centers and are available in various shades. Shop Old Fashioned Perennials at T.N. Nursery.

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15 Red White and Blue Bold Color Perennial Package - Chosen Perfectly For Your Zone

15 Red White and Blue Bold Color Perennial Package - Chosen Perfectly For Your Zone

Our Perennial Package provides a vibrant and eye-catching display that adds color throughout the seasons. These long-lasting plants return year after year, making them a valuable investment for gardeners looking to create a striking and colorful landscape. Pair bold-colored perennials that can be incorporated into gardens to achieve that desired burst of color. Get five plants of Bee Balm, Bugleweed, and Daffodils. All perennials are mature and blooming. Our Perennial Package Is The Best Seller Read on to discover some stunning options for your garden. Gaillardia (Blanket Flower: Gaillardia is a show-stopping perennial with fiery red, orange, and yellow daisy-like flowers. Its vibrant colors and long bloom time make it a perfect choice for adding color to your garden. Gaillardia is also drought-tolerant and attracts butterflies, making it beautiful and beneficial.  Echinacea (coneflower): Echinacea is a classic perennial known for its bold and striking blooms. This plant is a favorite among gardeners, available in bright pink, orange, and yellow colors. Its long-lasting flowers provide a colorful display from summer through fall. Shop Our Perennial Package Today At TN Nursery Salvia (sage): Salvia is a versatile perennial in many colors, including vibrant red, purple, and blue. Its tall spires of flowers add vertical interest to the garden, and its aromatic foliage is deer-resistant. Salvia is also a favorite of hummingbirds, adding a touch of beauty to your outdoor space. Delphinium: Delphiniums are well-known for their tall spikes of vibrant blue, purple, pink, and white flowers. These majestic perennials can reach impressive heights, creating a stunning focal point in the garden. Delphiniums prefer rich, well-draining soil and full sun to thrive. Coreopsis: Coreopsis is a cheerful perennial with bright yellow, orange, or red flowers. Its daisy-like blooms provide a burst of color and attract pollinators like bees and butterflies. Coreopsis is a low-maintenance plant that thrives in full sun and well-drained soil. Helenium (sneezeweed): Helenium is a striking perennial with red, orange, and yellow flowers. Its vibrant blooms resemble miniature sunflowers and can add a touch of warmth to any garden. Helenium is also a magnet for butterflies and other beneficial insects.  Rudbeckia (Black-eyed Susan): Rudbeckia is a popular perennial with golden yellow or orange flowers and a dark central cone. Its cheerful blooms appear from midsummer to fall, providing a burst of color during the late season. Rudbeckia is easy to grow and attracts butterflies and bees to the garden. Monarda (bee balm): Monarda is a showy perennial with red, pink, and purple flowers. Its aromatic foliage and tubular flowers make it a favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies. Enjoy the Perennial Package today. Monarda prefers moist soil and can tolerate partial shade. Penstemon: Penstemon is a diverse group of perennials that offer a wide range of colors, including red, purple, pink, and white. These trumpet-shaped flowers add vertical interest and attract hummingbirds to the garden. Penstemon prefers well-drained soil and full sun. Geranium: Geraniums, also known as cranesbills, are reliable perennials with various flower colors, including pink, purple, blue, and white. Their long blooming period and low maintenance requirements make them popular among gardeners. Buy the Perennial Package online 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. Its striking yellow petals resemble daisies, making it 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! They Thrive 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 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 famous 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. They Have Stunning Blooms Overall, Black Eyed Susans are cherished for their beauty, resilience, and ability to brighten up any garden with their vibrant blooms. They have a flower pattern similar to daisies. However, their bright yellow petals and cone-shaped centers are a dead giveaway. This exceptionally cheery flower can survive less-than-perfect conditions, making it an excellent choice for dryer climates. Whatever your landscaping plans, read on to discover why they should be a part of them. The Aesthetic Appeal of the Black Eyed Susan  They are mostly known for their bright yellow petals, which are of a similar hue to common sunflowers. The petals reach the sky before splaying parallel and then downward to expose the unique cone-shaped center. This gives the blooms an expressive appearance that spreads color and life throughout any landscape they adorn. Another attractive feature is the stem length.  The plants can grow between one and three feet tall, with two feet being the average. The long stem supports a single flower, which allows the bloom to be the focal point of the entire plant. The plant leaves are mostly basal, so they stay low to the ground. So, the stem holds the flower high off the ground with no nearby leaves cluttering the visual appeal.  The green plant has blade-shaped alternate leaves that grow about 3 and 7 inches long. The leaves and the stem of the plant are covered in fine hairs. The flowers' diameter can vary between 1 ½" to 3" wide.  One of their most striking visual features is the intricate cone structure. The cone juts out from the bases of the petals and is flanked by tiny, sophisticated leaflets that reveal a bulging cluster of disc florets. As the flower's petals splay out, the tiny leaflets surrounding the cone similarly prostrate themselves - giving the bloom a concentric, ordered appeal.  In a garden, the gilded petals contrast to green ground cover plants and can handsomely complement flowers of various colors. Since they produce nectar that attracts pollinating insects and birds, they're an excellent option for drawing colorful wildlife and cultivating a bustling ecosystem in outdoor spaces.  Benefits of Them  They have become one of the most popular flowers in America for various reasons. Here are just a few of them: They Make Excellent Bouquet Flowers - Once cut, they can last for ten days or more. This makes them ideal for adding to your bouquet and other floral arrangements. Their bright yellow petals liven up outdoor and indoor areas and work well with purple, white, and red blooms.  They Produce Seeds - Pollinators like bees and butterflies seek out the flower's nectar. Once pollinated, the flower produces seeds that attract a variety of birds. So this is an excellent option if you want to attract more wildlife to your garden. They are also a staple among cultivators of butterfly gardens.  Easy Coverage: If given enough space, the plant can spread and provide excellent coverage of outdoor areas. Even as the stems support just one flower each, the plant can quickly colonize empty outdoor spaces.  Larval Hosts: Certain butterflies lay their eggs in them because the nectar sustains their larvae. Some of the species of butterfly that use them as larval hosts include the Silvery Checkerspot butterfly, the bordered patch butterfly, and the Gorgone Checkerspot butterfly.  Visual Appeal: Of course, many home gardeners enjoy the visual appeal of the flowers. The yellow petals and the dark centers (from which they derive their name) produce an attractive color scheme reminiscent of summer weather. Their golden-blazing palette also helps to illuminate dreary earth tones and liven up otherwise dull areas of gardens.  Mosquito Control: Lastly, they can help regulate the mosquito population in outdoor areas. The nectar and seeds of these flowers attract birds and dragonflies that feed on mosquitoes. Limiting mosquito exposure can also safeguard yourself and your loved ones from insect-borne illnesses.  If you are still on the fence as to whether the plant would be suitable for your gardening needs, take a look at the following list of common questions and their answers:  Do They Come Back Every Year?  The short answer is that they can. Depending on the growing conditions, they can be perennial, biennial, or annual; feed the plant with fertilizer or compost to encourage perennial growth. Deadheading will also keep the flowers healthy and proliferate new blooms.  When Should You Plant Them?  It would help if you planted yours in the spring or at the outset of autumn. Be sure to plant them where they will be exposed to full sun. Provide partial shade as the root system establishes to encourage longer blooming periods.  How Tall Do They Grow?  In general, the plant's long, skinny stems will lift the dazzling yellow flowers about 1-2 feet in the air. As always, the growing conditions will greatly affect how tall these plants grow and how wide they spread.  Sun or Shade? They thrive in full sun. You can also extend their bloom by giving them partial shade.  When Do They Bloom?  The plant tends to bloom from the early summer until just after the first frost of autumn.  Add Sunny Black-Eyed Susans to Your Garden At TN Nursery, we pride ourselves on making gardening fun and accessible for all. Our Black Eyed susans are easy to plant. Place your order today and breathe new life into your outdoor spaces.

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Hummingbird plants play an essential role in supporting the health and wellness of avian pollinators. Over 60 American hummingbirds have received a new status as near-threatened, vulnerable, endangered, or critically endangered. This means growing various native flowering plants is critical to creating more food and native habitat.

Hummingbird Plants with vibrant blooms and bright colors can add eye-catching visual appeal to your garden and help increase the overall health of your landscaping and the environment. They help to add touches of bright color to areas in your garden and help attract and support the birds, of which over 60 American species have recently been added to the threatened or endangered list.

Hummingbird Plants Feed The Small Birds

Their bright floral blooms attract these tiny birds and provide them with energy-sustaining nectar and pollen. As they move from flower to flower, their beaks and bodies help carry the pollen and spread it around the garden. This is an essential part of overall garden health, and with the help of bees and other pollinators, they can help create brighter and more showy blooms and higher yields with fruit trees and vines.

Along with helping pollinate your garden, attracting them is a great way to add natural pest control to your flowers. Ants, weevils, mosquitoes, and other small insects are natural foods for the birds. Adding them to your garden can attract small birds to feast on these insects on different flowers, adding to the overall benefit.

Hummingbird Plants May Even Attract Butterflies

They also attract pollinators such as butterflies, bees, and moths. Not only are most of their blooms bright and attractive, but many are also among the most fragrant you can add to your garden, creating a sanctuary at home.

Quality Hummingbird Plants From TN Nursery

Please browse our selection on our website to help attract these essential pollinators to your garden, reduce pest insects, and create bright spots with vivid colors around your landscaping. Since they come in various colors, shapes, and sizes, there is bound to be one that perfectly complements your garden and other flowers.