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BAMBOO PLANT - Arundinaria Gigantea Bamboo plants have two types of species that are often in use within residential landscapes. These plants increase by releasing underground runners, also known as rhizomes, which might emerge from the parent plant at a distance from the original location. They bridge those gaps between plants more quickly, making them perfect for use as screens, hedges, and the trendy open groove effect. Because the rhizomes develop horizontally at a depth of roughly 2 to 18 inches, it is possible to keep their growth under control. It can produce stunning thick hedges by employing a rhizome barrier to limit this subsurface expansion. Many of these plants can withstand the cold. The experience of strolling across a large, open grove full of these tall plants is unlike anything else. They are also helpful for various applications, including specimen groves, perennial security screens, windbreaks, noise and dust shields, groundcovers, and erosion management. They are also widely known for producing a tropical impression in a usually moderate or even frigid environment. The most effective method of controlling this plant is maintaining a groomed path around the planting. This route's minimum width should equal the maximum possible height of this species selected for the given area, if not more. Undoubtedly, this may not be practicable at all times, and the confinement methods available will vary according to the location. You may contain these plants using techniques such as rhizome barriers or rhizome trimming, both of which need continuous monitoring to be effective. Natural barriers such as everlasting waterbodies and dense darkness may also aid this purpose. Bamboo Plant is Easily Grown They are garden plants of the evergreen variety. They are easy to care for and do not require a lot of water. They are used in gardens in many ways and add an exotic feel to any backyard; They can be used as a hedge or screen to add privacy to your yard or in any other garden arrangements. They can grow in almost any climate and can last for many years. They come in a wide range of sizes, including dwarf and giant-sized. Bamboo requires very little maintenance These plants can also be grown in small containers inside and outside. Placing a number of them in your landscaping will help you to showcase your other garden plants. They are also known by many cultures to bring luck to their owners. They have also been grown to become bonsai trees. The stems are easily shaped and can be pruned to interlace. You can also prune bamboo trees back into topiaries. The under leaves are removed, leaving only clumps of leaves at the top. When planting bamboo trees as a screen, they should be planted in the area approximately 2 to 3 feet apart. That allows them to spread out and create the coverage you need. Pruning it back will stop further growth into areas you do not want. Once they have been planted, they will require very little maintenance. Bamboo is For Sale at Tennessee Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping
Carex Pensylvanica - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Carex pensylvanica Carex pensylvanica, most commonly known as Pennsylvania Sedge, is a resilient and hardy North American native grass that will thrive across the cooler to moderate temperature regions of the United States. It is an easy-to-care-for ornamental grass species that flourishes in many light conditions, with a preference for full sunshine to partial shade. This perennial ornamental will also grow in full shade; however, it will spread slowly in lower-light conditions. Unlike some ornamental grasses, it does best in drier soil conditions. This tolerance for dryness makes it a favorite for TN Nursery clients who live in arid climates or often have community watering restrictions. Carex pensylvanica requires little to no care from the gardener once it establishes its roots. It is drought-tolerant, heat-tolerant, pest-resistant, and disease-resistant. Other Common Names for Carex pensylvanica: Some gardeners call Carex pensylvanica by its common names, which include these: Oak Sedge Pennsylvania Sedge Sedge Rush Sedge Grass Seersucker Sedge Plantainleaf Sedge How to Use Carex pensylvanica in Your Landscape This sedge grass grows in attractive clumps and has a height of around eight inches. If you want to keep it even shorter, you can cut or mow it back--it doesn't mind! Use this ornamental grass in these garden settings: Pollinator Garden Xeriscaping or Desert Garden Native Garden Semi-shade or Shade Garden The Pleasant Appearance of Carex pensylvanica Pennsylvania sedge grass is a beautiful ornamental. Small yellow flowers will blossom open in late spring--so petite that you might not notice them. However, the bumblebees and butterflies will find them and help pollinate your yard. The grass grows in attractive medium-sized clumps in gracefully arching, slender spikes. They are semi-evergreen in the moderately warm USDA growing zones. Order Your Carex pensylvanica From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery has decades of experience in the nursery industry--you can rely on us for healthy plants. Order your Pennsylvania Sedge from us today.
Horestail - Equisetum - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Horsetail Equisetum Hyemal The horsetail plant's scientific name is Equisetum arvense. It's a genus of plants in the Equisetaceae family. Other names for horsetail include bottle-brush, horse willow, and paddock pipes. It's a primitive and ancient plant that has been around for over 100 million years. It's often found in wetlands, marshes, and other damp areas, but horsetail can tolerate just about any soil. It was once known to the Romans and Greeks as a herbal remedy that could heal ulcers and wounds and stop bleeding. Horsetail Plant Is a Wetland Favorite The horsetail plant is relatively easy to identify, with hollow, jointed stems and needle-like leaves. It can be found worldwide, except in Australia and New Zealand. The plant grows a deep root system; its stems can grow up to two feet tall. The plant primarily reproduces through spores or underground rhizomes. Horsetail has been used throughout the ages as a medicinal plant in traditional herbal medicine It contains high levels of silica, believed to be beneficial for bone health, and other minerals such as potassium and manganese. Along with treating wounds, horsetail has also been used to treat kidney and bladder problems. Organic gardeners and farmers also love horsetail for its soil-replenishing properties and as a natural pest repellent. When planted in fields and gardening plots, horsetail increases the soil's water-holding capacity and potassium content. Planting along the edges of fields helps reduce the likelihood of soil erosion. Horsetail can also be used as a pest repellent or fertilizer by making tea from the stem or leaves. This is usually accomplished by steeping in a pot of water for several days. The resulting liquid can be put into a spray bottle, applied to vegetable plants, or poured directly into the soil, depending on the gardener's needs. Horsetail is an ancient yet exotic plant that is considered to be a living fossil. Homeowners and gardeners will love this plant for its versatility and hardiness.
Pennsylvania Sedge - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Pennsylvania Sedge Pennsylvania Sedge: Carex pensylvanica, aka Pennsylvania Sedge, is a hardy North American native grass species that will flourish across the cool to moderately warm regions of the United States. It is an unfussy ornamental grass that will thrive in many light conditions, from full sunshine to partial shade. This perennial ornamental will tolerate full shade, although it will grow slowly. It prefers drier conditions than many ornamental grasses. This tolerance for dry soil makes it a favorite for TN Nursery customers who live in arid climates or have frequent watering restrictions in their communities. Once Pennsylvania Sedge develops strong roots, it becomes a carefree plant. It's drought-resistant, heat-resistant, pest-resistant, and disease-resistant. Other Common Names for Carex pensylvanica: Carex pensylvanica has several common names, with the usage varying from region to region. They include the following: Oak Sedge Pennsylvania Sedge Plantainleaf Sedge Rush Sedge Sedge Grass Seersucker Sedge How to Use Pennsylvania Sedge in Your Yard Unlike some ornamentals that get tall, Pennsylvania Sedge grows in attractive mounds that stay under a foot tall--usually around eight inches. It makes a lovely addition in these settings: Pollinator Garden: Birds, bees, and butterflies will visit this grass and its tiny flowers. Xeriscaping or Desert Garden: If you hope to minimize water usage, plant Pennsylvania Sedge. Native Garden: Like most native species, this plant is hardy and resilient. Semi-shade or Shade Garden: Although Pennsylvania Sedge loves the full sunshine, it is a good-natured ornamental grass that will do well in any semi-shaded spot in a shade garden. The Pleasant Appearance of Pennsylvania Sedge Grass Carex pensylvanica has tremendous charm as an ornamental. It spreads up to eight inches per growing season, eventually forming colonies. You can control the height by occasionally mowing it to a two-inch height. Tiny, yellow fairy flowers bloom in the late spring; their size is so small that you can easily miss them. However, the butterflies and bees will notice and visit you, assisting with pollination. The grass grows in attractive clumps and forms slender spikes that gracefully arch over as they extend upward. They are semi-evergreen in all but the coldest growing zones. Order Your Pennsylvania Sedge From TN Nursery Today Pennsylvania Sedge is a lovely ornamental--please place your order today
Prairie Dropseed - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Prairie Dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis) Prairie Dropseed: Sporobolus heterolepis, or prairie dropseed, is a beautiful, sophisticated ornamental grass species native to North America. It will grow well in almost all USDA plant hardiness zones in the contiguous United States. This warm-season grass prefers a home in mixed sun and shade or full sunshine. The prairie dropseed takes its name from two things. It is first an homage to the plant's original home, the North American prairies. It next refers to the tiny, round seed which matures in a pod, breaks open, and then drops to the ground for self-seeding. Prairie Dropseed Is a Good-Natured Ornamental Grass Prairie Dropseed is an easy-going species, happy in almost any soil texture. It only asks the gardener to de-compact the soil and mix in peat moss, leaf litter, or mulch to loosen up clay or denser soils. It likes to receive about an inch or so of weekly water, but it does not like wet feet or standing water. Please give it a quickly-draining location in your garden for the best results. The roots are sturdy and fibrous, which can help protect the area against erosion. It is a lovely addition for many different landscape applications, including these: Mass plantings Garden border (in the middle row) Foundation plantings Shade garden Native species garden Urban garden Rock garden Pollinator garden It's extraordinarily agreeable and willing to stand alone as an accent plant or in a large colony to create a focal point. The Lovely Texture and Good Looks of Prairie Dropseed The leaves of Sporobolus heterolepis are long, delicate, and slender--almost resembling a thick head of hair. Each leaf can grow almost three feet long and then spill over in a water fountain effect. The clumps are no more than about two feet wide. The flowers grow on slender spikes, are brown, and display delicate tiny seed pods. Order Your Prairie Dropseed From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery will ship only the healthiest plants to our customers. Please entrust us with your order today.
Big Bluestem - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Andropogon Big Bluestem Grass Big bluestem grass (Andropogon) is a decorative, large, perennial grass with large, lovely tufts that flower in the late summer and early fall. It grows in almost every USDA plant hardiness zone and is impressively large. Big bluestem is a native species in North America and Central America. It is most famous as the tall prairie land grass widespread across the Great Plains regions of the United States and southern Canada. It loves a mix of sun and shade but also tolerates full sunshine. It's a warm-season grass, doing most of the work strengthening and spreading its roots in the late spring and early summer. It's unfussy about soil quality, and while it would prefer an inch or more of weekly rainfall, it is also drought tolerant. Where to Use Big Bluestem Grass in Your Landscape This very tall Andropogon grass is helpful for many landscape applications: Create a natural privacy screen: Plant it to create a more private deck, hot tub, or patio if you have close-by neighbors. Near a pond or water garden: This sedge makes the banks surrounding a pond more intriguing Pollinator garden: Bees, butterflies, and dragonflies will visit and help pollinate your garden for better health. Restoration: Restore a depleted natural area with native grass species for less maintenance. Big Bluestem Grass Reaches an Impressive, Stately Size When you see the tall size and blue-green color of big bluestem grass, you will immediately understand the reason for its descriptive and accurate common name. The plant can grow as tall as eight feet, with a spread of about three feet per plant. It grows in small clumps that develop solid and deep roots to support the skyscraping height. The grass generally stands upright and true; if you see it beginning to flop, then it might have a bit too much shade. Feathery-textured fork-shaped red or copper flowers appear during the middle to end of summertime and go to seed just before fall. Order Your Big Bluestem from TN Nursery Today This ornamental sedge will add height and attract pollinators to your garden--please place your order with us today.
Switch Grass - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Switch Grass (Panicum virgatum) Switch Grass: Panicum virgatum, aka switch grass, is a lush, green, North American native ornamental grass species that will thrive in almost every USDA plant hardiness zone. TN Nursery customers covet this species for its bright green foliage reaching almost four feet high and the tall, red, feathery spike. Switch grass prefers a full sunshine location, but it will also tolerate partial sun. It's a prairie grass that would like about an inch of water weekly but is also drought-tolerant. This good-natured and resilient species is deer-resistant, erosion-resistant, disease-resistant, and pest-resistant. Other Common Names for Panicum virgatum This ornamental grass has several common names, including the following: Panic Grass Switchgrass (written as one word) Tall Panic Grass Thatchgrass Wild Redtop Where to Use Switch Grass in Your Landscape Plan Switchgrass is beautiful in many settings. Here are a few suggestions for using it from TN Nursery staffers: Natural area: This ornamental adds height and beauty to a sunny natural area. Meadow restoration: This sun-loving plant will love the full sunshine of an open meadow. Water garden: Switchgrass doesn't mind water as long as the area dries out occasionally. On the bank of a pond, small lake, or creek Urban garden or park: This relatively carefree plant is ideal in a city setting. Pollinator garden: Switch grass attracts bees, butterflies, moths, and birds. Native species garden: Mass plantings of this ornamental will make a native garden full and lush. Switch Grass Fills in any Garden With Abundant Greenery Panicum virgatum is full and lovely. It displays a lovely emerald green that averages about four feet tall but can grow taller in optimal environments. It is resilient--so gardeners usually mow or cut it back to keep it low. It's forgiving of this and grows back fast. The blades are semi-glossy, green, flat, and lance-shaped with a somewhat pointed tip. It bends over from its weight as it grows tall. They have fine white hairs that add extra interest. The flowers form on spikes and have a feathery shape and fluffy texture. They are usually red to burgundy, but they may also be pink. Order Switch Grass From TN Nursery Today Switch grass is helpful in many landscape applications, adding vibrant green foliage and height to any garden. Please feel free to place your order with TN Nursery today.
Appalachian Sedge - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Appalachian Sedge (Carex appalachia) Appalachian Sedge: Carex appalachia, common name Appalachian Sedge, is a beautiful partial-shade sedge plant that adds lovely green color, intriguing fountain-like texture, and an attractive all-around appearance to your yard. It will grow in almost any of the USDA plant hardiness zones. It is a North American native species, initially noted growing in the Appalachian mountain regions of Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and North Carolina. Appalachian Sedge is not fussy about soil quality. While it likes consistent moisture, it also likes dry feet and is drought-tolerant. Besides the ability to bounce back from dry spells, this grass is also deer-resistant, rabbit-resistant, heat-tolerant, and cold-tolerant ornamental grass. Where to Use Appalachian Sedge in Your Yard Appalachian Sedge has an independent streak and does not need much care from you after you plant it. Start by selecting a semi-shaded site and plant it with soil amended with hardwood mulch. Ensure it receives about an inch of water each week. Gardeners in the coldest growing zones should also insulate the roots with an inch or two of mulch or fallen leaves in the autumn and pull them back in the spring. However, those in more moderate temperature zones can skip this step. Plant your Carex appalachia for beautiful results: In mass plantings: It is stunning around the foundation, next to a shed or outbuilding, or around a mailbox. In a shade garden: Find a spot that gets some morning sunshine. Near a pond, creek, or water garden, ensure the roots can dry. Groundcover planting: Fill in a blank space with this lovely textural plant. Appalachian Sedge Is Green and Has a Beautiful Texture Appalachian sedge is a beautiful light to medium green shade with long, thin, grassy leaves. It reaches up about a foot high, then gracefully bends. Overall, this creates a spilling or water fountain effect. It stays about a foot wide, so planting several together makes a more significant impact. Order Your Appalachian Sedge From TN Nursery Today Appalachian Sedge is a beautiful ornamental grass with lovely green leaves, a modest size, and a stunning texture. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Reedgrass - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Reedgrass Reedgrass: Calamagrostis x acutiflora, or common reed grass, is a tall perennial ornamental species with a mature height of up to five feet. It requires a sunny spot in the garden and grows in most USDA plant hardiness zones. Reedgrass is a United States native species, part of a large family of over 250 species. TN Nursery recommends this decorative grass for its ease of care. It has a resilient nature and will recover from any harm quickly; it's deer-resistant; drought-resistant; heat-tolerant; cold-tolerant; pest-resistant; and disease-resistant. Some gardeners refer to reed grass as feather grass or feathered reed grass. Both alternative common names refer to its flower, a highly decorative, feathery, light tan plume that dances with every breeze. Where to Use Reedgrass in Your Landscaping Projects Reedgrass is a lovely, tall grass species. It grows in attractive clumps and visually adds height to any open, sunny spot. Calamagrostis x acutiflora will grow in places with too much sunshine for less sun-loving species. Urban garden or park settings Container planting in an oversized pot or urn Erosion control Pollinator garden (it attracts bees and birds) Border planting (in the back row) Rock garden Full-sun natural areas Sunny bank of a pond or water garden (must get a minimum of six hours of full sun) The Tall and Elegant Good Looks of Calamagrostis x acutiflora The tall, slender appearance of reedgrass makes it a lovely decorative plant when co-planted with smaller flowers in front of it. The three- to five-foot height, tall and wispy grass blades, and feathered flowers add a natural, organic vibe. Each leaf stands tall as if stretching toward the sun. It is upright, narrow, and has a striking green color early in the season, and turns tan to a light golden brown hue in the autumn. The feathered flowers form on top of the tall grasses, emerging as a deep pink or lavender in its earliest days and fading to tan in the autumn. The flowers produce the seeds that will grow the following season. Order your Reedgrass From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery provides only the healthiest selections from our central Tennessee location. Order your reedgrass today; you will be happy with the quality.
Pennsylvania Smartweed - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Pennsylvania Smartweed Persicaria pensylvanica Pennsylvania Smartweed: Persicaria pensylvanica, formerly Polygonum pensylvanicum, is best known as the Pennsylvania smartweed. This plant is a colorful North American native flowering herb--a close relative to buckwheat. It is an annual species that grows from seed each year in almost all USDA plant hardiness zones. The sunlight preference of this herb is partial sun to full sun. While it will grow in the shade, the flowers will not form or blossom without sufficient light. The Pennsylvania smartweed grows in a wide range of unlikely locations in the wild, including in the standing water of swamps or storm ditches or across open fields and prairie lands. It flourishes in harsh growing conditions that challenge most other flowers. How to Use Pennsylvania Smartweed in Your Landscape This flowering herb adds natural beauty and charm in a variety of settings, like these: Rock garden Shade garden (in a partially shaded spot) Natural area Water Garden Pond Native species garden This wildflower requires a minimum of one inch of water every week, especially during the hottest days of the summer. The Pennsylvania Smartweed Is a Charming Wildflower The Pennsylvania smartweed is a wildflower with effortless, casual beauty. It reaches a mature height of 18 to 36 inches and features a smooth, upright, sturdy, brown, or burgundy stem. The leaves of the plant alternate up the stem and are between four to six inches long, oval, and three inches wide. They are glossy, dark green, and form a lance shape with tiny hairs around the edges. The flowers usually present as pink to burgundy, although they may also be dark red. The multiple blossoms form a spiked shape measuring about three inches tall. These blooms appear from the middle of summer until the first kiss of frost in the fall. Order Your Pennsylvania Smartweed From TN Nursery TN Nursery provides our customers with the healthiest plants. Read our customer reviews and order from us today...confident in our products.
Coontail Plant - Package of 25 Plants$99.99
Coontail Plant (Ceratophyllum demersum) Coontail Plant: Ceratophyllum demersum, aka the hornwort or coontail plant, is a perennial herb that will grow either fully or partially submerged in slow-moving water. A North American native species, particularly to Florida and the warm Gulf Coast region of Texas, the herb grows best in the warm to hot USDA plant hardiness zones. The plant takes its common name from its unique appearance. Its leaves are fan-shaped and feathery, growing in lovely whorls around a central stem--this gives it a shape similar to a raccoon's tail. The Otherworldly Look of the Coontail Plant The hornwort plant has no roots; it is an olive or dark green, free-floating species with a central stem that nourishes the leaves. The coontail plant can reach up to fifteen feet long and sometimes reaches up toward the sun and out of the water. However, the stem must remain at least partially submerged. This aquatic species appears in nature in sluggish waters: slow-moving streams or creeks, lakes, protected freshwater inlets, or other calm waters. In the late summer, the hornwort develops fluffy, otherworldly blooms that float on top of the water's surface in the warm temperature zones. However, the blossoms can appear anytime in hotter climates. The lovely green herb pollinates underwater when gentle currents carry pollen in the water. The Coontail Plant Is Lovely In Your Pond or Water Garden TN Nursery customers almost exclusively use the hornwort to add a unique decorative touch to a pond or stream on their property. Because the plant must stay submerged in relatively warm water to thrive, you must provide a full sunshine location with more than a few inches of water. Order Your Coontail Plant From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery has a well-informed staff with a wide range of knowledge--including aquatic species. You can order from us with confidence in the quality and health of our plants.
Texas Sedge - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Texas Sedge (Carex texensis) Texas Sedge: Carex texensis, or Texas Sedge, is a highly attractive, perennial, ornamental plant in the sedge family (Carex). It is a cool-season species native to the south-central and southeastern United States, taking its name from its widespread use across the Texas plains. It will grow best in the moderately warm USDA plant hardiness zones in soil that receives some moisture but still drains quickly and thoroughly. Although many TN Nursery customers plant it successfully on a water garden's high, partially sunny bank, it does not like constantly wet roots. This plant is drought-resistant; heat-resistant; deer-resistant, and cold-resistant. How to Use Texas Sedge in the Garden Choose a planting location with a good mix of sun and shade or full morning sun with afternoon shade. Soil should be fertile; this sedge grass loves organic content like shredded leaves or a scoop of mulch. Once the roots strengthen, Texas sedge requires little to no care except occasional water or trimming. Because it prefers the cooler seasons across the south, it lends much-needed color to the landscape in the spring, fall, and early winter, long after other plants go dormant. TN Nursery customers use Carex texensis in these beautiful garden settings: Pond, water garden, or near a water feature Rock garden Urban garden Native species garden Drought-tolerant garden (xeriscaping) Mass plantings around a mailbox or home's foundation Garden border (usually in a middle row) Texas Sedge Grass Is the Picture of Simplicity Texas sedge is lovely to behold. The leaves are pure green, smooth, somewhat shiny, and reach upward before folding under their weight. The leaves can reach a height between nine and twelve inches tall with a spread of about one foot. Their size is perfect--generous enough to have excellent visibility but small enough to be manageable. Order Your Texas Sedge From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery customers return to us again and again because we give good results. Give us a try--order today.
Tussock Sedge - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Tussock Sedge (Carex stricta) Tussock Sedge: Carex stricta, aka Tussock Sedge, is a popular, perennial United States native ornamental grass. It originated in the dense forests from Missouri eastward to the Appalachians. It will flourish in full or partial sun in the moderately warm USDA plant hardiness zones. The name tussock sedge refers to the growth pattern of this ornamental. It grows in dense, three-foot-tall, attractive tufts or tussocks. Each one measures about two feet wide. You might also hear gardeners refer to this species as upright sedge or hummock sedge. Where to Plant Tussock Sedge in Your Landscape Tussock Sedge is a water-loving species. It will flourish in a high-moisture environment and will tolerate occasional flooding. As a mountain native, the ornamental craves plenty of organic materials such as wood waste, leaf litter, or peat moss and appreciates the addition of this content when you plant it. This plant is deer-resistant, rabbit-resistant, heat-tolerant, and cold-tolerant. Use Carex stricta in some of these locations: Water Garden Rain garden Near a pond, stream, or creek In slow-draining meadows or fields Accent plant Ground cover plant Cottage garden The Lovely, Natural Good Looks of Tussock Sedge Carex stricta is an attractive plant that forms attractive clusters. They form a fountain-like shape as the leaves reach up and spill over from their weight. The leaves are thin and narrow but surprisingly strong. They are a true medium green on the top side but a pale yellow on the opposite side. Its flowers form in the summer--small brown cylindrical heads on top of the sturdiest spikes of grass. The flowers release seeds that help the plant spread the following season. Order Your Tussock Sedge From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery is a team of trusted professionals who have mastered the science of plants. You can entrust your order to our capable hands.
Lizard's Tail - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Lizard's Tail (Saururus cernuus) Lizard's Tail: Saururus cernuus, or the Lizard's Tail, American Swamp Lily, or Water Dragon, is a fast-growing and water-loving plant. This wetland perennial thrives in almost all contiguous USDA plant hardiness zones. This North American native species will flourish in high-moisture settings near ponds, swamps, rivers, creeks, ditches, or other places that often have standing water. As long as you find a spot with lots of sunshine and water, it requires almost no additional care after the roots strengthen. Lizard's Tail plants are disease-resistant, pest-resistant, and deer-resistant. They spread by a vigorous underground root system and form lush colonies. TN Nursery customers add this species around their water features or ponds in no small part due to the pleasant, lemony fragrance. Where to Use the Lizard's Tail Plant Lizard's Tail is beautiful in these settings: Water garden or pond Near a water feature, like a fountain that splashes continuously Native species garden Rain garden In a slow-draining area or near a creek on your property. Use Saururus cernuus to Control Soil Erosion Muddy and wet areas of the yard are often prone to soil erosion. However, the fast-spreading nature and healthy root system of Saurunus cernuus can help you to minimize this problem. Once established, the roots will help improve the soil's structure and hold it in place to offset water erosion damage on your property. The Unique Feature That Gives the Lizard's Tail Plant Its Name The lizard's tail feature that gives this plant its name is its flower! It has a white plume or feathery appearance that curls into an attractive shape resembling a lizard's tail. They bloom throughout the entire summer season, showing off their intriguing texture. The flower arises above dark green, triangular to heart-shaped leaves with smooth edges. The leaves have prominent veins and grow approximately six inches long at three inches wide. Order Your Lizard's Tail Plant From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery is a well-reputed leader in the nursery industry--you can trust our decades of experience. Please place your order in our capable hands today.
Soft Rush Grass - Package of 25 Plants$79.99
Soft Rush Grass (Juncus effusus) Soft Rush Grass: Juncus effusus, or soft rush grass, is a lovely perennial ornamental grass that displays a pleasing shape and beautiful, fresh green color. It grows in almost every USDA plant hardiness zone in the United States and is an easy-care species. It grows best in a mix of sun and shade. It thrives in various humidities, from standing water to drier soil. Juncus effusus has several common names, including the following: Common Rush Green Bull Rush Japanese Mat Rush Soft Rush Bog Rush Where to Use Soft Rush Grass in Your Landscape The species is native to both North America and South America. In nature, you would find it around swamps, bogs, wetlands, or marshes. It grows in attractive clumps and spreads relatively quickly. Because it is tolerant of many environments, it is a favorite for installing in natural areas, around ponds or water features, or in a partially-shaded spot in a shade garden. It is also helpful for preventing erosion due to soil compaction. The deep taproot will take firm hold in the soil and help to slow down water rushing across packed soils and eroding the materials. The taproot also helps to de-compact the earth from underneath as it burrows its way underground. The Lovely Good Looks of Soft Rush Grass Soft rush grass is equally at ease growing in standing water at the pond's edge as it is in an arid location like a mountain ledge. But even more importantly, it is as lovely to behold in either of these spots. Juncus effusus develops into a vase shape as it grows--narrow at the bottom and widening at the top. It reaches an average full-grown height of under four feet and has lovely soft yellow flowers attracting bees to your garden. Order Your Soft Rush Grass From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery customers repeatedly come to us for their plant needs because of our commitment to quality. Order your soft rush grass from us today to see the healthy plants for yourself.