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Jacobs Ladder Plant Jacobs Ladder Plant: The evergreen climbing plant, Jacob's Ladder, is a North American native species. Although it comes primarily from Mexico, it is a resilient and hardy plant, well-adapted to most parts of the United States. In fact, American gardeners have enjoyed cultivating this lovely floral vine for about two hundred years—TN Nursery ships this vine to almost every growing zone in the U.S.A. The name of the Jacob's Ladder plant has Biblical origins. In the book of Genesis, Jacob, a young man, dreamed of a heavenly ladder leading from earth to God. The climbing nature of this plant pays homage to that story. Where to Use Jacob's Ladder in Your Landscape Relative to other climbing plants, Jacob's Ladder stays relatively small. It generally grows to around three feet tall and is lovely when you place it on a small arbor, trellis, or a low fence. They will also attach to tall, sturdier flowers and begin their ascent--some creative gardeners grow sunflowers in beds with Jacob's Ladder to create a charming purple and yellow show of color in the summer. It makes a great companion plant with any tall and sturdy flower to create a similar complementary display--the only limit is your imagination. It needs a full-sun to partially-sunny spot in the garden if you want to see the glorious purple blooms. You can plant it in the shade if you need a low evergreen vine; however, it will not likely blossom in the full shade. They require watering only during extended periods of no rainfall, twice-annual fertilizing (before and after bloom times), and well-amended soil. They are relatively easy-natured and won't demand much of your time. The Captivating Beauty of the Jacob's Ladder Plant Jacob's Ladder is a lovely evergreen vine that tops out around three feet high, making it very manageable for all. Order yours from TN Nursery today The evergreen vine of Jacob's Ladder plant is a rich, deep green. It will give you a welcome respite of green even in the winter. The flowers are white, blue-violet, or purple and measure about two inches across. Each flower has five oval petals that create a shallow cup shape. They bloom in attractive clusters containing up to six showy blossoms. Jacob's Ladder Plants are available to purchase at TN Nursery
Chicory Plant - An Easy Wildflower Perennial Plant to Grow Chicory (Cichorium intybus) is a perennial plant that belongs to the daisy family (Asteraceae). It is native to Europe but is now widespread in other parts of the world.Chicory has a long, thick taproot that can grow up to 30 cm (12 inches) deep in the soil. The plant can reach a height of up to 1.5 meters (5 feet) and has blue or lavender flowers that bloom in the summer. The flowers are composed of numerous small flowers arranged in a dense cluster.The chicory leaves are deeply lobed and can be up to 30 cm (12 inches) long. They taste bitter and are often used in salads or cooked as a vegetable. The chicory root can also be roasted and ground to make a coffee substitute.Chicory has been introduced for medicinal use, particularly for digestive issues. The root contains inulin, a carbohydrate that acts as a prebiotic, feeding the beneficial bacteria in the gut. In addition, chicory contains compounds such as lactucopicrin, which has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties.Chicory is also used as a forage crop for livestock and is sometimes planted as a cover crop to improve soil health. It has also been used in traditional medicine for various ailments, including liver and gallbladder problems, arthritis, and skin conditions. Chicory Plant, a member of the Asteraceae family, Cichorium intybus, can be distinguished from other plants that grow in their habitat by their serrated leaf margins. The plant can grow to a height of over 12" -1 feet and prefers to grow in open areas. It also happens to be a close relative of the sunflower. The leaves of the Cichorium intybus can be boiled and eaten as a vegetable, but because it is an unknown species, it is not an everyday food. Roots are most commonly used in cooking to provide a base flavor to dishes. The leaves of this plant are also edible, providing a slightly spicy flavor when eaten raw or cooked. They can also be infused into tea form. Discover the benefits of the Cichorium intybus plant, including digestive health and clean gastrointestinal support. Tap here for more information on this natural herb. The Cichorium intybus plant is sometimes called the "polyurias" or "chickory ."Are you looking to grow and eat this plant or make your coffee? Cichorium intybus is an ancient plant originally from Europe but also grown in North America, Asia, and Australia. They're often found as ornamental plants. Cichorium intybus plants produce the seeds that produce a coffee substitute. It's a member of the sunflower family. If you want to grow or cultivate the Chicory plant, find out how! The latest trend in gardening is planting chicory plants. They add volume to your garden beds, require little maintenance, and are a perennial favorite. Different chicory plants have different colors and textures, including the cauliflower type, which offers a head of leaves resembling a cabbage or coleslaw. Our chicory plants are lavender and the most beautiful. Try planting artichoke chicory plants for even more variety as an annual seasonal harvest. The Cichorium intybus plant deserves a little more love, and it can be yours for less than $5! This plant is best known for its use in the culinary herb mixture "herbes de Provence." Cichorium intybus has been cultivated for over 2,000 years in the Mediterranean region and is used extensively as a medicinal herb. This plant is a promising source of resveratrol, which is being studied to determine possible health benefits. It's always nice to feel special, and what could be better than getting all this, plus the added benefit of a natural growing experience? Order your cichorium intybus plant now.
Bluets (Houstonia caerulea) Azure bluet (Houstonia caerulea) is a small, herbaceous wildflower native to eastern North America. It is commonly found in meadows, prairies, and open woods. The plant produces clusters of tiny blue flowers, each with four petals, which bloom from late spring through early fall.The azure bluet typically grows to 10-30 cm and has slender stems and narrow, lance-shaped leaves. The flowers are usually less than 1 cm in diameter and have a distinctive central yellow spot.Azure bluets are essential sources of nectar for bees and other pollinators. They are also used in traditional medicine to treat various ailments, including digestive problems, respiratory infections, and skin conditions. Bluets: Houstonia caerulea, or common bluets, are an herbaceous perennial species. They are a North American native plant originating in eastern Canada. The adorable blue flowers add fresh color to any partially shady spots in your landscape. Bluets are an unfussy plant, requiring optimized growing conditions--then little or no additional maintenance. They need more than de-compacted, woody soil or peat moss and sufficient moisture. Your only job might be watering your bluets during a dry spell. Bees and butterflies seem to find the nectar of this little plant irresistible. The Petite but Impactful Presence of Bluets Bluets are small plants, reaching maturity around four inches high and wide. However small in stature, the blue-violet, blue, and purple blossoms are lovely and have an impactful presence in your garden. Multiple stems are glossy and dark green. The small leaves grow in an opposing pattern along the stems; each leaf is smooth, green, and tiny--about an inch long. Because of this lush but low greenery, it sometimes appears like a green mat or carpet. Four oval flower petals with gently rounded ends make up a blue flower. Some call this flower "Quaker ladies," as they form a pattern resembling an old-fashioned head covering Quaker women wore. The flower center is a tiny brown or green and yellow dot. Petals may have a tinge of white to brighten the inner margin of the petals. Where to Grow Bluets in Your Landscape Bluets are versatile, hardy, and practical in many applications in landscaping. Here are some excellent ways to use bluets: Garden border: Bluets are the perfect petite plant for a garden border's front (low) row. Near a water feature: Bluets love high moisture content. If you have a shady fountain that splashes water droplets all day, bluets will benefit from it. Accent flowers for a walkway: Plant bluet next to your walkways or stepping stone paths; the short height adds color but still stays neat in appearance. Order Bluets From TN Nursery Today You will find many shade-garden uses for bluets--order from TN Nursery today.
Cardinal Flower (Lobelia cardinalis) The red cardinal flower, Lobelia cardinalis, is a herbaceous perennial plant native to North America. It is a popular garden plant due to its stunning display of bright red, tubular flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The flowers bloom on tall spikes in late summer and fall and are accompanied by lance-shaped leaves that grow up to 8 inches long.The plant contains toxic alkaloids and should not be consumed without proper preparation and guidance from a trained practitioner. The red cardinal flower, Lobelia cardinalis, is a herbaceous perennial plant native to North America. It is a popular garden plant due to its stunning display of bright red, tubular flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The flowers bloom on tall spikes in late summer and fall and are accompanied by lance-shaped leaves that grow up to 8 inches long.In addition to being a beautiful ornamental plant, indigenous communities have also used the red cardinal flower in traditional medicine for various purposes, such as treating respiratory issues, inflammation, and fever. The plant contains toxic alkaloids and should not be consumed without proper preparation and guidance from a trained practitioner. Cardinal Flower: Lobelia cardinalis, or the cardinal flower, is a hardy, perennial native herbaceous flower that will catch the eye with its scarlet blossoms. This plant originated in the lower midwest and mid-south regions, where it enjoyed the hot summer days and high relative humidity. However, it is also an adaptable species and can grow in almost every USDA growing zone in the United States. Besides the cardinal flower, here are a few other common names for Lobelia cardinalis: water gladiola, scarlet flower, Indian pink, crimson bellflower, and cardinal bellflower. Where to Plant the Cardinal Flower This plant needs partial or full sun to produce the stunning cardinal red flowers that earned it its common name. It is also more agreeable to soil with lots of moisture--it does not like to dry out. So if you have a pond, water garden, or rain garden, this perennial is ideal. Otherwise, a layer of hardwood mulch will help it retain the high water level this beautiful plant craves. Cardinal Flower Is an Impressive Full-Sun Species The cardinal flower can reach a mature height of up to six feet tall. However, they generally stay between three and four feet. Alternating, dark green leaves are oval-shaped with serrated edges and a narrow tip. Each leaf can measure four inches long. The central, singular stem is light green, deciduous, and sturdy. The cardinal flowers put on their colorful show from late summer until early fall. The flowers form in a spike shape on the stem; each is tube-shaped, two-lipped, and about an inch and a half long. Although most cardinal flowers are the signature scarlet red, some may present as bright pink. Order Your Cardinal Flowers From TN Nursery Today If you need a flower that loves the hot summer sun and humid conditions, TN Nursery recommends the cardinal flower. This lovely plant is beautiful and well-suited to those growing conditions--order yours today.
Indian Pink (Spigelia marilandica) The Indian pink plant, Spigelia marilandica, is a flowering perennial native to eastern North America. It belongs to the Logania family and typically grows in woodland habitats, producing vibrant red tubular flowers with yellow interiors that bloom in early summer.The Indian pink plant can grow up to 2 feet tall and is often used in gardens as a decorative plant due to its bright, showy flowers. The plant does best in well-drained soil and partial to full shade, making it an excellent choice for shady gardens or woodland areas. Indian Pink: TN Nursery customers who adore hummingbirds know how Spigelia marilandica, or Indian Pink, is an underutilized species to attract their winged friends. This native perennial herbaceous flower, which performs beautifully in the warmer USDA growing zones, produces tubular flowers in early summer--the sweet little birds cannot resist them. Besides being a hummingbird attractor, Indian Pink also attracts pollinator insects like butterflies, moths, and bees to help promote a healthier garden ecosystem. Indian Pink originated in the forests of the western Appalachian region but works well across many growing regions. It enjoys shade to partial shade; the species prefers loose, moist soil with good drainage. However, it is also a very resilient species and can tolerate short dry spells--you might need to water it during weeks that lack rainfall. Besides keeping the soil moist and providing shade, Indian Pink is a fuss-free addition to any shady yard. You might also hear gardeners refer to this species by the following names: Pinkroot Wormgrass Woodland pinkroot The Casual Elegance of Indian Pink Indian Pink is a beautiful flowering herb plant with vivid coloring and an upright posture. The plants form in small- to medium-sized attractive clumps. The green-brown deciduous stem grows to between two- to three feet high. The leaves of Indian Pink are dark green and pretty, even after the flowers finish blooming. The leaves are oval and grow in about seven pairs per stem. They grow as large as four inches long, providing a shady respite for small woodland creatures in the summer heat. Indian Pink flowers grow erect and in small clusters of attractive tube-shaped flowers. Each cluster can contain as many as twelve blossoms. The flowers are scarlet to deep red with a bright yellow middle--the contrasting colors create a striking star pattern. Where to Plant Indian Pink Indian Pink is a late-spring to early-summer bloomer. Plant it anyplace you need to punch up the color during June. It works beautifully in a natural garden, shade garden, shaded rock garden, or as a border planting. Order Indian Pink From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery is here to help meet all your perennial garden needs--order from us today
Trumpet Vines (Campsis radicans) Trumpet Vines: Campsis radicans, which most call the trumpet vine or trumpet creeper, is a fast-growing, multi-stemmed, perennial vine. It is a North American native species originating in the southeastern United States. However, it is an adaptable flower that will grow in most USDA growing zones. If you need a hardy perennial to cover a large section of fence or to hide an eyesore, trumpet vines can accomplish that task for you within a few seasons. The vines can grow as long as forty feet. The key to growing healthy trumpet vines is to aerate the soil for faster drainage and fertilize it twice a year. It will also tolerate heat and drought and bounce back after the winter cold. The Immense Charm of Trumpet Vines Trumpet vines are famous for their ability to grow fast, but perhaps more so for the rustic charm of the vine and flowers. The vine is woody and bears dark green, ovate and serrated leaves with a pointed tip. The stems are a slightly lighter hue, creating a lovely tonal effect. The plant takes its name from the trumpet-shaped flowers, a vibrant coral to orange in color. Each flower is reasonably sized, measuring one to three inches across. However, these blossoms are eye-catching because they tend to bloom in clusters of five to seven flowers. These flowery clusters create large splashes of color against the green vines. Plant Campsis radicans if You Love Hummingbirds Due to the long trumpet-shaped blossoms, Campsis radicans attract hummingbirds' attention. Gardeners who create hummingbird gardeners enjoy planting this flowery vine on an arbor or trellis. This inclusion in the garden allows them to contribute to hummingbird health by providing natural nectar instead of constantly refilling feeders. Why do gardeners care so much about these tiny birds? Here's the answer. Hummingbirds are essential plant pollinators because their long beaks can pollinate slender flowers that other birds cannot. Order Your Trumpet Vines From TN Nursery If you want to cover a tall fence or an eyesore with vines or attract busy little hummingbirds, give trumpet vines a try. Order from TN Nursery today.
Jewelweed Plant Jewelweed, also known as spotted touch-me-not or Impatiens capensis, is a plant native to North America. It is a member of the impatiens family.Jewelweed is often found in wetlands and damp areas and prefers to grow in partial to full shade. The plant has thin, translucent stems and oval-shaped leaves with serrated edges. Its flowers are orange or yellow and shaped like a trumpet.Jewelweed is also an important food source for hummingbirds and other wildlife. Jewelweed Plant: Impatiens capensis, or jewelweed plant, is a lovely woodland species you might know by other common names. Some other monikers include these: Orange jewelweed Common jewelweed Orange balsam Spotted touch-me-not Touch-me-not Each term refers to the jewelweed plant regardless of what you call it. Jewelweed Plant Thrives In Shady Conditions The jewelweed plant is hardy and will flourish in challenging conditions. An unabashed woodland grower, it thrives from the Canadian border and in every growing zone in the United States except the hottest. The jewelweed plant grows in its natural forested environment in sun-dappled meadows, clearings, creekbeds, and under a woodsy canopy. It likewise thrives in either shade or partially-shaded conditions in your landscape. It likes moisture but does not want to keep its feet wet and needs well-draining soil with woody organic matter. If you create those growing conditions, the jewelweed plant will need little else from you except perhaps a little autumn mulch in the coolest climates. The Magnificent Beauty of the Jewelweed Plant The plant generally grows to around three feet high and three feet wide. The self-pollinating, self-seeding jewelweed plant has bright green stems and matching leaves. The leaves are a modified triangle shape with gently toothed edges. Although not technically a ground cover plant, the jewelweed can form into dense stands over several years. The flowers dangle from thin, sturdy leaf axles, creating a graceful appearance. The flower petals are a refreshing orange pop that starkly contrasts against the green backdrop. Each flower has four to five petals that form in a slight trumpet shape that hummingbirds cannot resist. Jewelweed plants bloom from early summer until the first fall frost. Jewelweed Plant is available at TN Nursery today. The jewelweed plant is a must-have if you want to add a delicious slice of orange to a shade garden. Order your jewelweed from TN Nursery today.
Wild Garlic Plant - Allium Vineale Wild Garlic has been around for years, but only recently have they become central to the new culinary world. Wild garlic plants are one of the foundations of French cuisine, and many excellent chefs have begun adding it to just about every dish. Now you can finally grow your wild garlic plants. TN Nursery sells them online! While we'll never be able to supply the world's market demand for Wild Garlic, our Allium Vineale Plant will give you a taste of its unique flavor and combine it beautifully with other vegetables in your garden. Butterflies will love it as well! Grow your very own wild garlic plant today Start using Wild Garlic Plants today to increase your gardening skills and build a nutrient-rich garden. No one should have to live without this nutritious herb anymore! Join the revolution and start growing your supply of wild Garlic today! We are excited to share our knowledge with you and are happy to help you grow a container of wild Garlic in your home garden or a small space. A long-time favorite herb, Wild Garlic has been used for centuries for its intense and delicious flavor and its many health benefits. The plant has been extensively researched for its potent antiviral, antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer benefits. Adding this plant to your dish is tasty and potent! Start your kitchen garden now with a pack of Wild Garlic plants. Looking to buy the happy herb? Look no further than our Wild Garlic Plant! One resilient plant pack will include ten plants with healthy green leaves and a bright yellow flower head. Get started on your kitchen garden today with a pack of Wild Garlic Plants! Take advantage of the opportunity to grow your Garlic this year! The Wild Garlic Plant is a perennial with 200-400 bulbs per square yard. Ideal for cold climates. It's freezing and cold hardy. Order now and have it shipped directly to your doorstep! Establishing a new garden in the spring? Wild Garlic is a perennial that will produce Garlic for 5-6 years and can be used in every dish you make. Order now and transform your kitchen into a gourmet chef's paradise! The Wild Garlic plant is an easy-to-grow perennial that is great for those new to gardening or planting in colder climates. It produces hundreds of bulbs per square yard. Want to add some zest to your next meal? Get your hands on some Wild Garlic plants today by ordering.
Water Lily Pads Water Lily Pads: No water garden or pond is complete without a bit of vegetation to create a healthy ecosystem. TN Nursery explains to customers that water lily pads provide a three-fold purpose in your pond. They are an aquatic perennial that will spread year over year. Lilypads need full sun, and each plant can span six feet across. First, they provide a safe haven for frogs who help control the bugs around your water. Without the safety of a lily pad, fish would consume the frogs--and the mosquitoes would become uncontrollable. They also attract healthy insects--pollinators like dragonflies and bees. Second, water lily pads protect fish from birds of prey who could quickly empty your pond of life. Fish instinctively hunt and hide in the shadows of the camouflage the plant provides. Finally, these aquatic plants facilitate the vital addition of oxygen to the pond. Growing plants helps to add oxygen for any fish or wildlife that live in your pond. Water Lily Pad Grows Under Water You might wonder how the roots of this plant grow underwater. The lily pad breaks the water's surface from the long tubers attached to the root system. The lily pad collects the light needed for photosynthesis and plant growth and sends it back to the roots via those tubers. The Graceful Appearance of the Water Lily Pad The water lily pad is bright green and rounded, with pronounced attractive veins. The lilypad can grow approximately twelve inches wide. The graceful and welcoming water lily flower forms from multiple erect petals with a long, narrow shape. The water lily flower comes in a range of beautiful hues: Bright pink Blush pink White Cream to light yellow Red Yellow Orange Purple They are prolific growers and bloomers that don't require care from you after planting. Water Lily Pads are available to purchase at TN Nursery Do you want to add greenery and flowers to your water garden? Order water lily pads from TN Nursery today.
Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) Goldenseal: Hydrastis canadensis, which most gardeners simply call goldenseal, is a North American native species that you'd find in nature in the shady forests of the cool to moderate growing zones. Other names that identify this same species are: Eye-balm Golden root Eye root Orangeroot Jaundice root Yellow puccoon Indian plant (paying homage to its use in Indigenous folklore) Gardeners prize goldenseal for decorative use in a container garden, shade gardens, and--because it stays under foot high--as a ground cover plant. Goldenseal Flourishes in the Shade As a forest native, goldenseal performs best in partial shade to shady conditions. Besides adequate shade, it prefers loosened soil that contains wood matter--think hardwood mulch, shredded leaves, or even peat moss. Gardeners layer these organic materials over goldenseal plants before the snow flies in the coldest growing zones. Once you recreate those forest growing conditions, goldenseal is easy to care for, requiring no fertilizer or additional care--save for a drink of water during an extended drought. It resists disease, molds, and mildew and will form colonies that fill your shady area if you enrich the soil and give it adequate water. Goldenseal attracts birds, bees, and other pollinating insects and squirrels who eagerly snack on its tiny fruits. Goldenseal Is a Petite Beauty Goldenseal is a smaller plant, topping out at around twelve inches high and wide. The stem and leaves emerge from a robust root system. The leaves are a beautiful citrine green, three- to seven-lobed, and form in pairs atop the stem. They produce solitary, tiny white flowers in the late spring. The flowers make way for the tiny bright red berries attracting birds and squirrels into your garden for a treat. Some gardeners deliberately plant goldenseal away from a vegetable garden to lure these creatures to a more appropriate snack. Order Your Goldenseal Plant From TN Nursery Today For a smaller shade plant that will attract birds and squirrels to entertain you, TN Nursery suggests goldenseal. Place your order today.
Mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum) Mayapple: Podophyllum peltatum, or mayapple, is a shade-loving perennial herb that is a native species to North America. It originated in the rich, fertile forests that once stretched from southeastern Canada to the upper southern states. Podophyllum peltatum is a shade-loving plant; however, it will also tolerate a partial shade setting. It's pretty easy to take care of. To plant it, amend your soil with compost or shredded leaves, loosening it to allow proper drainage. After you plant your mayapple, you'll only need to water it occasionally, especially if you live in an arid climate. You might also de-compact the soil and add a generous scoop of compost once in a while. The mayapple is truly self-sufficient and does not need your assistance very often. The Lovely Green Foliage of Mayapple Plants Those shady spots in your garden can be tricky. But too little sunshine need not mean you cannot have a lush, green garden! Mayapple will grow into a nicely sized colony over a few seasons, helping to fill those shaded zones. Because it reaches as high as two feet, it has a fern-like presence. A single stem of the Mayapple Plant produces a pair of large, umbrella-shaped leaves in a rich, glossy green. Each leaf can be about eight inches long and has five to seven lobes and a toothy edge. The greenery emerges in the spring. After it grows the lovely, showy leaves, it produces single one-inch flowers in the fork of the leaf stalks. The cup-shaped, creamy white flowers typically have six petals and a bright yellow center. The plant bears "mayapples" after the flowers fade, tiny apple-shaped fruits unfit for human consumption. However, the fruit will not go to waste! Garden visitors like songbirds will enjoy the bountiful feast. Order Your Mayapple Plants From TN Nursery Today Mayapple Plants are a standard recommendation TN Nursery will make for people who need a lovely, ample foliage species for a shade garden. You will enjoy the immense, show-off greenery--order from TN Nursery today.
Fan Clubmoss (Diphasiastrum digitatum) Diphasiastrum digitatum, better known as fan clubmoss, is a type of moss that grows in the shadiest of habitats. The entire team at TN Nursery is proud to be one of only an elite group of horticulturists cultivating fan clubmoss. Fan Clubmoss Grows Naturally in the Forest, But it Tolerates Most Full-Shade Habitats Fan clubmoss takes its name from its unique, other-worldly appearance. This moss is an ancient, perennial plant with leaves that resemble tiny clubs. The leaves have an interesting mossy texture and a scale-like appearance. They are lance-shaped, with a sharp-looking point at the tip. Someone might encounter this low-growing mossy plant in coniferous and oak forests. Fan clubmoss dots the floors of densely wooded areas, giving the appearance of dainty little cedar trees in the most unexpected places. Conversely, it also grows contentedly along shady spots in coastal areas. Generally, this plant lives in temperate regions of North America. You should have excellent results if you keep this moss in a full-shade place. Fan clubmoss (Diphasiastrum digitatum) is available online at TN Nursery A sometimes-overlooked application of Diphasiastrum digitatum is its usefulness as a houseplant. They add natural charm to any room that has low sun exposure. A lack of a sunny windowsill makes houseplant success somewhat challenging, and this moss could be an excellent remedy.
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Baneberry Plant Baneberry Plant: A North American native species, the baneberry plant originated in Canada, but it flourishes across most of the United States. It is a herbaceous perennial, well-suited to partial or complete shade. The baneberry plant is a species that has several common names, including these: Bugbane Coralberry Snake berry Doll's eyes White cohosh Not only will a baneberry plant thrives in your wooded natural areas, but it will also attract many healthy pollinator species. Bees, butterflies, moths, and hummingbirds will enjoy the flowers; songbirds will take full advantage of the plants' abundant berries. Where to Grow Baneberry Plant The baneberry plant is a woodland herb. It enjoys a moist, but not wet, location in the filtered shade--it loves woody, organic material. When you plant baneberry, loosen the soil and add a scoop of hardwood mulch, grass clippings, or shredded leaves--it loves these! Although it prefers moist soil, baneberry plants will tolerate short dry spells. If you go more than a week with no rain, give it a generous drink of water. It is a hardy, resilient plant that demands very little care. Here are some places that would benefit from the addition of a baneberry plant or two: Shade garden: This tree-loving plant does well in shady spots and will be a lovely ornamental species to add color to your shade garden. Garden border: Baneberry grows to approximately two to three feet tall, ideal for the center of a garden border. Natural areas: Do you have a lovely wooded space that could use a little color under the canopy of the trees? Baneberry is the plant for that spot! Baneberry Adds Color All Season Long Burgundy-tinged baneberry stems grow from a robust root system in an upright posture. The deep green leaves alternate on the stem and have an attractive elliptical shape, toothy margins, and a slightly fuzzy texture. Baneberry flowers are petite, under an inch each, and bright white. Although small, each flower has up to twenty petals. They grow in large clusters, creating a cloud effect in the late spring to early summer. The plant's berries arrive mid to late summer and are small and round. They can be white, red, or deep burgundy. Although inedible to humans, they will nourish your animal friends. Order Baneberry Plants From TN Nursery Today Baneberry is a lovely addition to any shade garden--order yours today.
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TN Nursery Has an Eco-Friendly Christmas Package Available For All Your Holiday Decor, Gifts, and Surprises! All For $49.99 - We even include fresh live mistletoe In this package, you will receive the following: 5 Pine Cones (these are actual pine combs, harvested and usually shipped the same day) 2 Small Evergreen trees - You can put these in a home container and then plant them for your very own Christmas Trees - It comes in a cell pack with dirt around the roots and is super tiny and easy to plant after the holidays 3 Pieces of Mistletoe Tied with a Red Bow - Our mistletoe is freshly harvested also and shipped to you 1 Bag Of Fresh Evergreen Moss ( Gallon Bag) Deepak came up with an excellent idea! He said to offer you a limited supply of items and put together a much sought-after Holiday basket. Whether you want fresh live mistletoe to hang over your door or perhaps your lovey's head, we have fresh live plants for all your holiday wants and needs. What about the fresh pine cones we harvest underneath Tennessee Mountain Pine Trees? They smell like the holidays, and they would make perfect decorum in baskets or farmhouse trays. Adorn them with our fresh mistletoe and a small pine tree; you have the most ec0-friendly Christmas decor! This assortment is live plants, nothing artificial here. All are Eco Friendly and ready to plant or use in Holiday Decor. Or charm that special someone early. We have limited supplies on this bundle, so order now; we start shipping these packages the first week of December and only have 114 available, then they are gone until next year.
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Butterfly Plants Package - 9 Plants Perfectly Selected For Your Planting Zone To Attract Butterflies Butterfly Plants Package - 9 Colorful Plants to Attract Beautiful Butterflies We will hand-select you perfect plants to attract monarchs and butterflies to your garden. We take into consideration your planting zone and will choose plants perfect for your zone. Butterfly Plants Package: TN Nursery can provide a savvy solution to attract stunning butterflies, including the endangered monarch butterfly, to your yard--our butterfly plants package. We include nine plants that these lovely winged creatures find irresistible. Butterfly plants attract butterflies to your yard Attracting these charming creatures to your yard requires you to grow the plants that attract them. What do butterflies want? That’s easy! Colorful plants with rich nectars and lush foliage where they can lay their eggs and hide their youngsters--our butterfly plants package contains the species that will check both of those boxes. The horticulturists understand the vital connection between plants and butterflies and know what plants will grow best in your local USDA growing zone. They will custom-choose only the best plants for butterflies in your local area, removing your uncertainty. What Plants Might Arrive in Your Butterfly Plants Package Remember, each butterfly plant package is custom-tailored to suit your needs. TN Nursery grows over a hundred plant species, many of which attract your winged friends. We will select nine just for you. The following are a few plants we love: Milkweed plant: We often include the milkweed plant, as it is the only way to save the endangered monarch butterfly. Milkweed is the one plant that can nourish its young. Over the years, widespread destruction of this plant led to putting monarchs on the brink of disaster. Butterfly bush: The lush colors of the butterfly bush serve as a beacon to many species of butterflies, including the many members of the graceful swallowtail family. Jewelweed Plant: The cheerful bright orange jewelweed plant is better known as a hummingbird attractant. But rest assured that butterflies love it for the same reason--the sweet nectar. These are, of course, a small sampling of some of our best butterfly plants. However, the descriptions should give you an idea of the thought and care that will go into curating selections for your order. Butterfly Plants Package (9 Plants) is available to order online at TN Nursery Order your butterfly plants package today; you will soon enjoy winged visitors that will delight and entertain you.