Find My Zone
Sweet Bay Magnolia - TN Nursery
Sweet Bay Magnolia
Sweet Bay Magnolia  The Sweet Bay Magnolia tree is the perfect option for a luxurious and full-spread tree. It grows in a vase-like shape and can reach a height of up to 20 feet tall with a maximum spread between 10 and 20 feet. You can expect this tree to grow at a rate of anywhere between 13 and 24 inches each year. This impressive tree contains deep green colored leaves with a frosted-like appearance that grow up to three to five inches long. When illuminated by the sun's rays, these leaves will emit a lovely glisten. Sweet Bay Magnolia Is Highly Fragrant This unique tree comes to life in the late spring to early summer when its creamy white flowers bloom. These distinctive blooms will grow between two and three inches and let off a light lemon-like scent. Their elegant cup shape provides a uniform and striking look, with 9 to 12 petals each. Even better, in the late summer, this tree will bloom bright scarlet red seeded fruits that can grow up to two inches long. While these fruits are not edible for humans, they make a nice meal for various wildlife. These include blue jays, towhees, vireos, quail, turkey, and gray squirrels. This tree will provide a lovely connection with the wildlife outdoors in the late fall for your viewing pleasure. Known as the M. Virginiana Var. Australis, swap magnolia, or laurel magnolia, this beautiful tree is native to moist woodlands ranging from Massachusetts to Florida and Arkansas to Texas. The Sweet Bay Magnolia Features a Smooth-Feeling Bark  Its lemon scent makes this tree the perfect addition to gardens and patios, where you can easily enjoy its natural scent consistently.                                               
Hair Grass - Package of 25 Plants - TN Nursery
Hair Grass - Package of 25 Plants
Hair Grass Hair Grass is a highly ornamental plant characterized by its delicate hair-like flowers. It reaches a total height of between two and three feet tall. Known as Tufted Hair Grass, Tussock, and Deschampsia Cespitosa, this neatly rounded plant stabilizes disturbed soils as it comprises a dense, deep rooting system.  Hairgrass is Great For Landscaping Borders     Throughout most of the year, this robust plant will have bold green, linear, arching leaves that look similar to blades of grass. However, its delicate textured evergreen foliage will develop a purplish floret in the summertime. As the plant matures into the later season, it will transition from light brown to yellowish buff.   Native to North America, Hair Grass will reach a mature spread of between one to two feet. This is an excellent dried flower for ground cover. It thrives in all types of environments and attracts songbirds and game birds. This rhizomatous plant will sway gracefully, even in the slightest breezes, creating a spectacular backdrop for any landscape.  Hairgrass is Native to North America    This low-maintenance ornamental plant emits a fine texture with no noticeable aroma. It's resistant to deer, drought, pollution, rabbits, and even salt. This semi-evergreen foliage is the perfect host plant for over 40 species of butterflies. After all the butterflies move on, this native grass develops fuzzy, golden seed heads that look amazing in any garden environment, even the highly manicured ones.  A member of the grass family, this perennial bunchgrass will bring a feeling of denseness to any garden. It provides high-impact ground cover while adding a long season of colorful grace. This plant will also thrive in a container garden environment, where it can spill over the edge of the pot. This cool-season grass and its airy panicles of tiny flowers will prosper until the season's first frost.
Quaken Aspen (Lombardy Poplar)
from $13.99 $36.99
Quaking Aspen - Lombardy Poplar Tree - A Fast-Growing Favorite Lombardy poplar - Quaking Aspen trees can make excellent living fences due to their tall, columnar shape and dense foliage. They are fast-growing trees that can quickly create a barrier or screen between properties, provide privacy, and reduce noise pollution. The Quaking Aspen r tree (Populus nigra 'Italica') is a fast-growing deciduous tree with a distinctive columnar shape. It is a native tree, originally from southern Europe and western Asia; it is used as a living fence tree and decorative in other parts of the world.The tree is known for its tall, narrow form, which can reach up to 100 feet (30 meters) in height and only 10-15 feet (3-4.5 meters) in width. The bark is dark gray and deeply furrowed, and the leaves are a bright green color with a triangular shape. The Quaking Aspen Trees Make Great Living Fences Lombardy poplars (Quaking Aspen) prefer full sun and moist, well-drained soil but can tolerate various growing conditions. They are commonly used as windbreaks, privacy screens, and in landscaping for their attractive form and rapid growth rate.However, they can be native plants, low maintenance, and grow well in any soil type.  Quaking Aspen Trees are Super Fast Growing If you decide to plant Lombardy poplar trees as a living fence, choose a site that allows for adequate spacing and regularly prunes and maintains the trees to keep them neat. 
Overcup Oak Tree
from $13.99 $26.99
Overcup Oak Tree - Quercus lyrata Quercus lyrata, commonly known as the overcup oak, is an oak tree native to the eastern and southern United States. It belongs to the family Fagaceae, which also includes other oak species and beeches, and chestnuts. The overcup oak typically grows to be a medium-sized tree, reaching heights of 20-30 meters (65-100 feet).  It is characterized by its distinctive acorns, partially enclosed by a woody cup covering more than half of the nut. The tree leaves are typically 10-20 centimeters (4-8 inches) long and are lobed with smooth edges. Overcup oaks are commonly found in floodplain forests, bottomlands, and other wetland habitats. They are adapted to these environments and can tolerate flooding and wet soils for extended periods. The trees provide essential habitat and food for various wildlife species, including birds, mammals, and insects. The wood of overcup oak is heavy, strong, and durable and is sometimes used in furniture making, flooring, and construction. The acorns are also eaten by wildlife and can be used to make flour or roasted for human consumption. Overall, Quercus lyrata is an important species ecologically and economically and plays a vital role in the ecosystems where it is found  The Overcup Oak Trees Landscaping Uses Shade: The Overcup Oak provides excellent shade due to its broad, spreading crown. This makes it a great choice for planting in parks, along sidewalks, or other outdoor areas where shade is desired. Ornamental: The Overcup Oak is a beautiful tree that adds an aesthetic appeal to any landscape. Its attractive bark, deep green foliage, and yellow fall color make it a popular choice for landscaping. Soil erosion control: The Overcup Oak has a deep, extensive root system, making it an excellent choice for controlling soil erosion. Planting these trees on hillsides, slopes, or other areas prone to erosion can help stabilize the soil and prevent erosion. Wildlife habitat: The Overcup Oak provides an essential habitat for wildlife, including birds, squirrels, and other small animals. Planting these trees in your landscape can help create a wildlife-friendly environment. Timber: The Overcup Oak is also valued for its timber used in various woodworking projects. This makes it an excellent choice for planting in large landscapes or forested areas where timber production is a goal. Overcup Oak Is a Versatile and Valuable Tree That Can Provide Many Benefits 
Star Grass
Star Grass (Yellow) Star grass is a warm-season perennial grass that belongs to the Poaceae family. It grows in tropical and subtropical regions worldwide and is commonly found in areas with warm climates. Star grass is a popular choice for lawns, pastures, and sports fields due to its ability to withstand heavy foot traffic and its excellent drought tolerance and heat. Here are some critical characteristics of star grass: Appearance: Star grass typically has a low-growing habit, forming dense mats or carpets. It has fine-textured, narrow leaves that are typically green or bluish-green. The grass produces numerous slender, branched stems, which give it a star-like appearance when viewed from above. Growth habit: Star grass spreads through stolons (above-ground runners) and rhizomes (underground stems), allowing it to establish and cover bare ground quickly. It forms a dense turf that can choke weeds and withstand regular mowing or grazing. Adaptability: Star grass is highly Adaptable and can thrive in various soil types, including sandy or clay. It is well-suited to areas with total sun exposure but can tolerate partial shade. Drought tolerance: One of the notable characteristics of star grass is its ability to tolerate drought conditions. It has an extensive root system that helps it access moisture deep within the soil, allowing it to survive periods of limited rainfall. Heat tolerance: Star grass is well-adapted to hot climates and can tolerate high temperatures without significant damage. It goes dormant during the colder months in regions with cool-season climates. Maintenance: Star grass requires regular maintenance to keep it healthy and attractive. This includes mowing to maintain an optimal height, fertilization to provide essential nutrients, and occasional watering during dry periods. It is also resistant to pests and diseases. Uses: Star grass is commonly used in warm-season lawns, parks, sports fields, and pastures. It provides a durable and attractive turf that can handle heavy use and recover quickly from damage. It's worth noting that "star grass" can also refer to other grass species, including Dichanthelium spp. and Heteranthera spp., which are found in different regions and may have different characteristics. The specific species of star grass can vary depending on the geographical location.