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Evening Primrose

Evening Primrose

Evening Primrose is recognized for their tall stems adorned with bright yellow, four-petaled flowers that typically bloom in the afternoon, contrasted by lance-shaped, green leaves. It is a delightful and beneficial plant with numerous advantages when landscaping. This herbaceous perennial is native to North and South America and has become famous for gardeners due to its striking blooms, versatility, and ecological contributions. Evening primrose (Oenothera biennis) is a lovely and prolific North American flower that greatly benefits pollinators in gardens and the wild. Natural Habitat Of Evening Primrose Native to North America, Oenothera biennis is naturalized across the United States. This biennial wildflower grows along forest edges and clearings and can also be found in prairies, marshes, pastures, old mines, railroads, roadsides, and other open, disturbed areas. It is one of the few native plants that bloom into late fall. Oenothera biennis features clusters of four-petaled, bowl-shaped, two-inch-wide yellow blooms that blossom at the top of the stems. The heart-shaped petals surround eight yellow stamens and a cross-shaped stigma. The plant grows three to five feet tall. Its stiff, purple central stalk is covered in oblong olive-, light-, or medium-green leaves that also form a rosette at the plant's base. Evening Primrose Has A Wonderful Aroma  Oenothera biennis is a late-season biennial primrose that produces abundant fragrant, lemon-scented blooms from July through October. Its blossoms open in the afternoon, after the sun sets, and close up again in the morning after sunrise. In the garden, this plant will fit right into a cottage or wildflower garden and add color and texture to borders and flower beds. It can also add beauty to meadows and naturalized areas. This quick-growing flower is best planted in late fall. It will bloom in its second year and self-seed unless it's pruned back at the end of its blooming cycle. Suppose you want to attract pollinators to your garden, plant Oenothera biennis. Night-flying moths are the plant's chief pollinators, and when the flowers stay open on cloudy mornings, bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds are likely to stop by. Birds will feast on the seeds, and small mammals will nibble on its roots and leaves. Add Rustic Color With Evening Primrose If you're looking for an easy way to add rustic color to your landscape and attract more bees, birds, and butterflies, be sure to plant Evening Primrose in your garden. These bright, fragrant plants will bring you joy during the late summer months.

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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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Flowering Dogwood Trees

Flowering Dogwood Trees

Flowering Dogwood Trees are hand-crafted and come in a variety of colors. They are one of Sprin's most glorious types, with delicate blooms and green foliage. TN Nursery offers the best prices on grafted dogwood trees, and we guarantee our plants for one full year. Flowering Dogwood Trees Are Highly Sought After  The Cherokee Brave is a fascinating and distinctive type known by its scientific name, Cornus florida 'Comco No. 1'. This particular ornamental type is highly sought after in horticulture thanks to its exceptional beauty. In the spring, the plant's large clusters of vibrant, deep pink to reddish blooms create a stunning contrast against its dark green foliage, making it a sight to behold. As a small deciduous type, it usually grows to 20-25 feet. It offers year-round visual interest with its attractive branching pattern and fall foliage, which displays shades of red. It is cherished for its aesthetic appeal, which makes it a popular choice for enthusiasts. Additionally, the plant holds cultural significance among Native American tribes like the Cherokee, where it embodies traits of resilience and natural elegance in garden landscapes. The White Princess type, scientifically known as Cornus florida 'White Princess,' is a breathtaking ornamental type that exudes enchanting elegance. Gracefully standing at 15-20 feet tall, this compact type boasts a profusion of creamy white blossoms in spring, arranged in clusters that create a magical spell of delicate allure. As the seasons progress, the leaves of this plant change to a vibrant red in autumn, adding another layer of visual interest to the plant. Whether you have a small garden or a large landscape, it is an excellent choice for adding year-round joy to your outdoor space and is sure to be the centerpiece of your garden.  Spring Grove type, scientifically known as Cornus 'Spring Grove,' is a stunning ornamental type cherished for its vibrant foliage and graceful form. This deciduous beauty typically reaches a height of 15-20 feet with a similar spread, making it ideal for small to medium-sized gardens. In spring, it flaunts clusters of creamy white flowers that contrast beautifully against its deep green leaves. As the seasons progress, the foliage transforms into rich shades of burgundy and purple in autumn, adding a striking display of color to the landscape. Its elegant structure and year-round visual interest make Spring Grove type a beloved gardener choice. The Super Princess type is a botanical masterpiece that amazes those who come across it. With its graceful branches extending upward towards the sky, it displays a magnificent crown of striking pink flowers that radiate with vibrant energy. Not only is this variety unique for its exceptional resilience, but it also possesses a natural elegance that captures the attention of all who behold it. Flowering Dogwood Trees' regal height and abundance of flowers make them a cherished centerpiece in gardens and parks worldwide. But beyond its ornamental value, the Super Princess carries cultural significance, symbolizing grace, strength, and enduring beauty.  The Pink Kousa, scientifically known as Cornus kousa var. chinensis 'Pink,' is stunning. Originating from East Asia, these ornamental types display breathtaking pink blossoms in late spring, creating a captivating spectacle for anyone who gazes upon them. The unique and delicate star-shaped flowers adorn the branches amidst the glossy green foliage and exude an unmatched ethereal charm. As the seasons progress, the blooms give way to raspberry-like fruits that add to their beauty and attract an array of wildlife, including birds. With their graceful form, vibrant hues, and exceptional beauty, these are more than just exquisite ornamentals. Flowering Dogwood Trees Has A Rich History The Chief Red is a magnificent and towering symbol of Cherokee heritage with a rich history and captivating legend. Its vibrant, crimson-hued leaves sway gently in the breeze as if dancing to the whispers of generations past, embodying the strength and resilience of the Cherokee people. According to the legend, Chief Red, a noble leader, had his spirit entwined with the earth upon his passing, giving rise to this magnificent type. For the Cherokee tribes, this plant is a site of great reverence and spiritual significance, serving as a sacred gathering place for ceremonies where stories of bravery and wisdom are shared, echoing through the rustling leaves. The magnificent Greensleeves Kousa is an ornamental type with beauty and elegance. They boast a lush canopy of green foliage and an abundance of stunning white blooms that charm any landscape. As a deciduous type, it can grow to an impressive height of 15 to 30 feet, providing a picturesque backdrop for any outdoor setting. In spring, their green flowers bloom and transform into a vibrant red fruit in autumn, which serves as a natural food source for birds and other wildlife. With its moderate growth rate, these can thrive in various soil types and prefer partial shade to total sun exposure.  Flowering Dogwood Trees Are Highly Prized  The Rubra Red, scientifically known as Cornus florida 'Rubra,' is a stunning ornamental tree highly prized for its vibrant spring display of pink to red flowers. These beautiful blossoms stand out against the backdrop of its dark green foliage, creating a picturesque scene in gardens and landscapes. As the seasons progress, the Flowering Dogwood Trees' foliage transitions to shades of red and purple in the fall, adding another dimension of beauty to its appearance. This compact, deciduous type typically reaches a height of 15-30 feet, making it ideal for smaller gardens or more significant landscapes. Its beauty and adaptability make it a favorite among gardeners.

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Foam Flower

Foam Flower

Foam Flower is a perennial plant with delicate, frothy spikes of white or pinkish blooms and deeply lobed, attractive foliage resembling foamy. It is a beautiful and beneficial plant with numerous advantages in landscaping projects. This herbaceous perennial belongs to the Saxifragaceae family and is admired for its delicate bloom spikes and attractive foliage. One of the primary benefits of incorporating it into landscaping is its captivating appearance. Foam Flower (Tiarella cordifolia), the Allegheny, is a gorgeous spring wildflower with feathery white spires that look lovely in sun-dappled gardens. With time, its foliage will form colonies with an excellent ground cover in shady spots. Where Foam Flower Can Be Found  It is native to wooded areas in eastern North America. This perennial can be found on seeps and stream banks, by creeks, in clearings, and under maple, hemlock, and white cedar trees. Along the eastern coast, it starts blooming in mid-March and continues to blossom through April. It owes its name to the sprays of tiny white to pinkish blooms that cover its three- to four-inch-long racemes. These delicate blossoms float around the tips of their long, graceful stems, which rise one to three feet above mounds of low-growing leaves. After it fades, the plant's foliage stays lush and glossy. The plant's bright green leaves grow up to four inches wide and usually have three to five lobes. The leaves' shape, color, and pattern can vary depending on the cultivar. They may stay evergreen in warmer climates, but their leaves and rosettes often turn red and bronze in the fall when temperatures cool down. Foam Flower Loves Shade Tiarella cordifolia brings soft, gentle intrigue to shady spots in your landscape. These blooms work beautifully in ornamental, wildflower, and woodland gardens beside ferns and blooms like Solomon's seal, dwarf crested iris, and bluebells. It adds a magical quality to small and mass plantings, grows under trees, and suits spacious pots and planters well. It also makes a lovely border or ground cover. It can be propagated by dividing and replanting the roots in late fall or starting from seed indoors, around ten weeks before the last spring freeze. Once the frost has parted, you can plant the seedling outside. It lures bees and other pollinators to your landscape, making them a valuable addition. Some small mammals eat its seeds for nourishment. Foam Flower Adds Whimsical Charm To Your Garden  Planting foam flowers will add whimsical charm to your springtime garden. Once established in your landscape, you can enjoy their showy blooms for years.

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Forsythia

Forsythia

Forsythia has vibrant yellow, bell-shaped flowers that bloom profusely in early spring before their green leaves emerge, creating a striking burst of color in gardens and landscapes. It is a deciduous shrub widely appreciated for its abundant and vibrant yellow flowers that herald the arrival of spring. It offers numerous landscaping benefits, making it a popular choice for gardens and outdoor spaces. One of the primary advantages of incorporating it into landscaping is its early-blooming nature.  The Golden Color Forsythia Forsythia is unparalleled in filling yards with a profusion of golden colors. Their early-season blossoming is so abundant that it covers landscapes in a kaleidoscope of yellow hues, signaling the arrival of spring. Pollinators that emerge during the first signs of spring rely on the nectar produced by these blooms. Seeing these colorful, bell-shaped blossoms arranged so closely together along the stems is breathtaking. They can reach eight to ten feet in height and ten to 12 feet in width. Their bark is rough and gray-brown. They can be erect, rounded, mounded, or arching. Their branches can be straight or curved. You can plant them as focal pieces or in mass groups. Yellow To Purple Foliage With The Forsythia In addition to their showy yellow blossoms, they alter their leaves with the seasons. The leaves transition from green to yellow to purple depending on the time of year. They stay primarily green during the summer and transition from yellow to deep purple hues throughout late autumn, right before falling to the ground. These plants go dormant in the winter. They, particularly the more significant types, are shrubs that proliferate, often reaching a height of two feet in only 12 months. Because they grow fast, they can quickly fill empty spaces in gardens and landscaping. Their fast growth also makes them work well as natural privacy screens. You can even grow them as hedges and borders for gardens and driveways. Their rapid growth also increases their resilience to environmental stresses. Design a Border With Forsythia In addition to their use as natural hedges and borders, forsythias provide a great deal of creative flexibility in design. Planting them side by side along a garden path will cause them to grow inward, creating a natural archway. Some people use them to create focal points. Others use them to help with soil stabilization on sloped banks because of their deep, complex root systems that retain topsoil.

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Goat's Beard Plant

Goat's Beard Plant

Goat's Beard Plant is recognized for its feathery plumes of small, creamy-white flowers atop tall, upright stems and fern-like foliage, which add a graceful touch to gardens and landscapes. It is a charming and beneficial type with several advantages in landscaping projects. This perennial belongs to the Rosaceae family and is admired for its striking plume-like flowers and attractive foliage. One of the primary benefits of incorporating it into landscaping is its captivating appearance. The whimsical, fun aesthetic of the Goat's Beard Plant makes it a lively contribution to any landscape. It is a welcome addition to any home or commercial garden, with striking fern-like foliage reminiscent of a goat's beard. Goat's Beard Plant Is Easy To Plant Landscaping does not have to be complicated or time-consuming. By picking the right ones, you can easily enhance any landscape. Thanks to the fluff-like flair of this perennial flower, you can add a dash of eye-catching style to your lawn without the need for extensive digging or hardscaping. Scientifically known as Aruncus dioicus, this blossom is perfect for adding elegance, grandeur, and effortless sophistication to a garden. Goat's Beard Plant Can Reach 6 Feet Tall With an impressive height of 3-6 feet, the Arancus dioicus gives your garden an earthy, magical feel. Its flowers bloom in a rich cream color on groups of clustered branches; though delicate, they are unmistakable and sure to capture anyone's attention as they stroll through your garden. On a sunny evening in summer, these flowers, often called bride's feathers, boast plume-like foliage that sway in the breeze. You'll usually find them growing in woodland areas, forests, and meadows. For gardeners dreaming of a natural, wild feel for their landscape, this is a marvelous addition to their botanical collection. In addition to their gorgeous blossoms, these flowers also sport strong sets of leaves that range from large to small, raising the stem and creating visual depth and fullness. Grouped, these flowers can form a gorgeous family of blossoms that enhance any landscape. Partnered with other flowers, particularly those in vibrant blue, orange, and pink hues, they are breathtaking features in any scenery. Goat's Beard Plant Blooms May To June Goat's Beard Plant flowers bloom from May through June, offering a beautiful display of plush, airy blossoms. Easy to grow and maintain, they are often popular among gardeners who like meadow-inspired flora and have large spaces they wish to fill with native species.

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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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Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood

Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood

Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood is a delightful and beneficial ornamental tree with numerous advantages in landscaping projects. This cultivar is admired for its beautiful flowers, attractive foliage, and unique form. The Gorgeous Look of the Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood This tree is a small tree with an elegant, vase-shaped appearance. It features several long branches fanning outwards from a short, central trunk. The tree can rise to be 20 feet tall and 20 feet wide. The crown is thickly coated with leaves and often has a compact, rounded appearance. This graceful tree is an excellent choice if you want a tree that works as a focal point in the yard. The Fascinating Flowers of the Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood Along the top of each branch, this Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood sprouts dense mats of blooms. At a glance, these blossoms look like large, white flowers with a square shape. Each one has four teardrop shapes that start pale green and gradually become creamy white. Though they look like petals, these are bracts, specialized leaves surrounding the providesflower. The actual flowers on this tree are the tiny, green spikes at the center of each blossom. This unique design allows the tree to develop a spectacular appearance. During its blooming season in early summer, it looks like it's coated in snowy drifts of white flowers.  This exciting tree continues to provide plenty of visual interest after its flowers are gone. Small, round fruit will appear on the tree in late summer and early fall. These fruits are pink and green and slightly spiky and knobbled. With such a fascinating texture and color, this tree is the ideal showstopper for your property. Design an Appealing Landscape With Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood tree's versatile nature makes it a favorite of landscapers. A pair of them on either side of a front entryway or driveway can be an excellent way to highlight your property. They also work very well as standalone trees that cover a patio or backyard. Some homeowners also like to combine this tree with other plants. Its simple color scheme and compact shape pair nicely with ornate shrubs and colorful flowers. Its unique color and stylish shape will draw attention wherever you place it.

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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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Hepatica

Hepatica

Hepatica is a charming woodland wildflower with low-growing, lobed leaves and dainty, cup-shaped flowers in shades of blue, pink, or white that bloom early in the spring. It is a charming and versatile plant that offers several benefits when landscaping projects. This perennial herb, also known as Liverwort, is native to woodlands and temperate regions and can bring a touch of early spring beauty and ecological value to your garden designs.   Hepatica, also called Anemone americana, round-lobed liverleaf, liverleaf, and liverwort, is a small evergreen perennial with beautiful star-shaped flowers that bloom in early spring. The Native Habitat Of Hepatica It grows in open, shady woodlands in the eastern and central United States. In the wild, liverwort is usually found on ravine bottoms, mossy banks, and rocky wooded slopes near other herbaceous plants. The flowers open wide in the sunshine and close up on overcast days and after sunset. The Appearance Of The Hepatica Liverwort flowers are usually bright blue or lavender and less commonly white or pink. They emerge in mid-April and last through mid-May. Each star-shaped blossom rises 2"–6" from the ground on a hairy stem-like rhizome. The flowers are ½ "-1" wide and typically comprise six to ten oval-shaped sepals. Mature plants can bloom with more than twenty flowers at a time. After the blossoms fade, the plant grows new glossy and glowing green leaves when they unfurl. These leathery, three-lobed, heart-shaped leaves grow to be 2"–3" wide and darken as they mature, and some have reddish-purple undersides. In winter, the foliage can darken and change color. Hepatica Looks Lovely In A Woodland Garden  Hepatica makes a lovely addition to a woodland garden, where it can live for many years if left undisturbed. When planted under shade trees with other native plants, it provides a sweet burst of color. The bright flowers make an excellent companion to other early spring flowers like crocuses, bleeding hearts, Dutchman's breeches, and trilliums. Planting liverwort in your garden is a great way to encourage biodiversity. Though the flowers do not produce nectar, they still attract pollinators like bees, butterflies, beetles, and other beneficial insects that help the plant propagate. Ants take seeds back to their nests, eat their nourishing elaiosomes, and leave them in new territory where they can germinate. In early summer, liverwort produces fruits that become a food source for chipmunks and other small mammals. If you want to add a sweet burst of charm to your landscape, planting it near your trees will bring you springtime joy.

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Jack In The Pulpit

Jack In The Pulpit

Jack In The Pulpit is a woodland perennial known for its distinctive, hood-like spathe that covers a spiky, upright structure called the spadix. It features two or three large leaves and is typically found in shaded, damp environments. Jack in the Pulpit (Ariseama triphyllum), known as the "Indian turnip," is an unusual spring wildflower with striped, hooded green blooms. This eye-catching plant makes a beautiful and unique addition to shady gardens. Habitat Of Jack in the Pulpit It is a native plant in moist woodlands, oak-hickory forests, and tree-filled swamps in eastern and central North America. This perennial can live 25 years or more and spread and colonize over time. Appearance Of Jack In The Pulpit As individuals grow, they will sprout one or two leaves, each of which splits into three leaflets that spread out from their stalks. The plants can rise to a height of one to three feet. Their characteristic bloom appears on a separate stalk between April and June. Its spathe, or "pulpit," is a green hooded cylindrical structure with a maroon-to-brown striped interior surrounding and concealing its spadix, or "Jack." When you look inside the spathe, you can see tiny greenish-purple flowers at its base. After they bloom, they go dormant or become hermaphroditic. In late summer, usually during August and early September, a cylindrical cluster of bright red berries will form on the pollinated flower stalk. When adding Jack In The Pulpit to your landscape, it helps to plant it in a setting that will mimic its natural habitat, like a woodland garden or boggy area. When conditions are right, it will naturalize and form small colonies. It significantly impacts when planted in clusters and surrounded by ferns, wildflowers, and hostas. When it goes dormant in the summer, you can fill the bare soil surrounding it with annuals like impatiens. Red berries on your plants in late summer may attract birds and small mammals to your garden. Thrushes and wild turkeys will eat the plant's fruits, which have a tomato-like consistency. Jack In The Pulpit Is A Unique Flower  If you want to add a unique flower to your garden that will be a conversation starter, consider planting them. These classic wildflowers will add a touch of mystery to your landscape and delight your eyes for years to come.

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Jacobs Ladder

Jacobs Ladder

Jacobs Ladder is a perennial wildflower with pinnate leaves and delicate, bell-shaped, blue to purple flowers arranged along its arching stems, adding grace to shady garden settings. It is a charming and distinctive perennial plant that offers many benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. With its delicate clusters of bell-shaped flowers and elegant fern-like foliage, it brings a touch of enchantment and versatility to outdoor spaces.   Jacobs Ladder is officially known as Polemonium reptans or simply Polemonium. It's part of the Polemoniaceae or Phlox family and is sometimes called the American Greek valerian, stairway to heaven, sweet root, and abscess root. Many of its names reference the arrangement of the flowers, which can look like stairs or a ladder. The name is also a reference to a biblical story in the book of Genesis where one of the characters, Jacob, has a dream about a stairway to heaven. The Polemonium is a herbaceous perennial that is native to North America. Jacobs Ladder Has Stunning Blooms  It is known for its bell-shaped blue or purple-colored flowers. The flowers usually grow to a height of about three-fourths of an inch and have five stamens. The plant tends to grow low to the ground, only reaching heights and widths of about one to two feet. This wildflower is known for its compounding leaves, meaning many leaves grow from one stem. Jacobs Ladder Brightness Up Landscapes  It accompanies trees and shrubs and can brighten up woodland and shade gardens, especially in the spring when its flowers bloom. They also perform well in perennial borders where many other plants are taller than the stairway to heaven. Jacobs Ladder Does Great Near Other Plants It can be planted next to different trees, shrubs, and flowers. Some beneficial companion plants include hostas, lady ferns, lungwort, foam flowers, and coral bells. It also thrives next to spring beauties, Virginia water leaves, and oriental poppies. Jacobs Ladder makes a great addition to flower and pollinator gardens. The bell-shaped flowers typically attract a wide variety of bees, butterflies, and birds, especially hummingbirds. These wildflowers can add color to many different types of outdoor gardens. Apartment and condo gardeners can enjoy planting it in pots or containers for balcony gardening or as an indoor plant to add color and life to their inside spaces.

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Japanese Hydrangea

Japanese Hydrangea

Large Japanese Hydrangea is a shrub featuring large, conical clusters of white, showy flowers that gradually turn pink or red as they mature, creating a stunning display in gardens and landscapes. Incorporating them into landscaping offers various benefits that contribute to the beauty and versatility of outdoor spaces. These elegant shrubs bring striking flowers, adaptability, low-maintenance care, potential for multiple uses, and a timeless charm to garden settings. Japanese Hydrangea has Huge Blooms As summer arrives, these Snowball Hydrangea live up to their name. The blooms grow in rounded clusters and can reach an impressive size of 10 inches. Each spherical cluster includes many tiny flowers, each with four delicate petals. Although initially pale green, they turn a beautiful white during summer. On a sunny day, the blooms look especially radiant as they reflect the sun's rays. The shrub leaves have a rich green hue, complementing the attractive white flowers. When it is in full bloom, its flower clusters may become thick enough that they mimic the appearance of snow. People often plant several shrubs to enjoy being enveloped in their beauty. Japanese Hydrangea Has Timeless Elegance  Japanese Hydrangea, also called Annabelle, is perfect for anyone who wants to add timeless elegance to their property. The enormous flower clusters look ethereal on a breezy day as they sway and bob gently. The rustling sound of the leaves in the wind adds to the peaceful look the shrubs boast. Each silky flower petal contributes to the overall smooth look of these shrubs.  When these shrubs adorn landscapes, they add unique beauty. Homeowners use them to create luxurious tranquility. Event venues use them to design magical-looking spaces for outdoor weddings or other special occasions. The stunning off-white petals complement nearly every hue and shade. With their bright and clean appearance, they can improve the look of any landscape. Today, these shrubs are famous for moon gardens because of their captivating beauty and pleasant aroma. Japanese Hydrangea Has A Wonderful Aroma  Japanese Hydrangea emits a subtle scent comparable to sweet alyssum or jasmine as the blooms appear. On a warm summer day, the smell is delightful. Also, the blooms blend well with the lovely and woody scents of other flowers, shrubs, and trees. Overall, this type of shrub is a versatile choice that appeals to all the senses and adds a distinct touch of sophistication.

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Jewelweed Plant

Jewelweed Plant

It is known for its vibrant appearance and unique characteristics and offers various landscaping benefits. Its inclusion can contribute to a garden or outdoor space's overall aesthetic appeal and ecological balance.  Jewelweed (Impatiens capensis) is an annual wildflower known as orange balsam and spotted touch-me-not. Some say it gets its name from the sparkling dewdrops that line its leaves in the morning, while others contend that the brilliant, red-spotted orange flowers glow like bright jewels. These flowers are also famous for their explosive seed pods, which give the plant the name "touch-me-not." Native to northern and eastern North America, it starts blooming in June and continues until it succumbs to October frosts. The flower grows naturally in cool, low woodlands and decorates shady stream banks, creek banks, lakesides, and marshes. The Appearance Of Jewelweed Orange balsam is a lush green wildflower that grows 3'–5' tall. It branches prolifically and produces a profusion of inch-long, spotted orange blossoms with blood-orange or red markings. Each delicate blossom hangs from its stalk among neighboring flowers. They have two lips, five petals, and three sepals, one of which is a pouch-shaped structure with a nectar spur that curves back under the rest of the flower. The blooms form small clusters that rise above the herb's upper leaves. The Jewelweed's round green to reddish-grTNeen stems are smooth, succulent, and semi-translucent. Its toothed, spade-shaped, bluish-green leaves are usually about 2½"–3" long and grow alternating on the herb's upper stems. Jewelweed Is Great In Woodland Gardens  Jewelweed makes a beautiful addition to woodland gardens, shady rain gardens, and pollinator gardens. It's great for ponds, bog gardens, and lowland areas. Although it's an annual, this wildflower tends to return once established. Pollinators Love Jewelweed Plant The blossoms attract butterflies and other pollinators. Hummingbirds and bumblebees, the herb's primary pollinators, find nourishment in its sweet nectar and play a significant role in its successful propagation. It is also a food source for moth caterpillars, bobwhite quail, mice, and deer, and it is fond of its stems, leaves, and seeds. If you'd like to add a bright pop of orange to your summer garden, planting it will bring joy to your landscape with its delightful blooms.

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Kousa Dogwood

Kousa Dogwood

The Kousa Dogwood is a medium-sized flowering tree renowned for its showy, star-shaped, white to pinkish flowers, distinctive exfoliating bark, and striking red fruits. These characteristics make it a popular choice in ornamental landscaping.  The small specimen tree blooms with green leaves that turn orange in the fall, topped by four-petaled white flowers. The white flowers typically bloom in the late spring, providing visual appeal throughout summer. Small raspberry-like fruits develop once the flowering is complete, attracting beneficial wildlife. As the fruits mature, they change colors from green to pinkish-red. This dogwood is perfect for landscapers who prefer variety as the seasons change. Kousa Dogwood Tree Offers Year-round Visual Appeal Kousa Dogwood adds an appealing aesthetic to any landscape that persists during all four seasons. Its horizontal branching pattern creates an architectural interest that remains even during winter when the tree is empty of leaves. During the growing season, the leaves that sprout are dense and glossy, providing a lush and verdant backdrop. Fall is the most colorful season for the tree, as its foliage turns various shades of red, orange, and purple. The tree stands out in winter for its unique bark and structure. Kousa Dogwood Has Exquisite Fall Foliage As mentioned, fall is when this tree truly shines aesthetically, turning into a dazzling display of brilliant colors. The red, orange, and purple highlights contrast the green backdrop of the surrounding scenery. It is striking enough to serve as the focal point of a landscape, but it can also blend seamlessly as part of a mixed planting scenario. It's a top choice for landscapers looking to add a seasonal interest in the fall and enhance the visual appeal of their foliage. Kousa Dogwood Can Adapt To Many Soil Types  One of Kousa Dogwood's best features is its adaptability. It can be set out in many soil types, including clay and loam. Its moderate growth rate makes it well-suited for use as a specimen tree or as a naturalizing element in more significant landscapes. Still, it's also small enough to serve as the focal point for an urban or suburban garden where space might be limited.

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Larkspur Delphenium

Larkspur Delphenium

Larkspur Delphenium is a tall, graceful perennial plant with spikes of vibrant, spurred flowers in shades of blue, pink, or white. It is ideal for adding vertical interest to garden borders and floral arrangements. This captivating blooming plant has multiple benefits when integrated into landscaping designs. Larkspur Delphenium Has Stunning Colors  If you want a stunning springtime flower, this Larkspur Delphenium is a beautiful choice. This lovely plant is just one of 300 in the Delphinium genus. This particular flower is known for its elegance and burst of color. The tall spikes are showy and easy to see, which makes them a favorite among gardeners. Larkspur Delphenium Offers Cut Flowers and Garden Beds This flower is commonly grown in flower beds and gardens. While its ornamental nature means you’ll commonly see it in gardening magazines, many home gardeners have excellent luck growing it. It can be used in beds, borders, and containers. In addition, it is commonly included as a cut flower in flower bouquets. Larkspur Delphenium Looks Amazing In Groups  If you want this flower to shine, try grouping it in a container with similar flowers. Because it can grow a couple feet high, it tends to do best in the back of the container. From a location in the back, it forms a breathtaking backdrop for any flowers in front of it. Gardening magazines typically show this flower growing in lovely clusters. One of the most striking arrangements is to create a wall of blue or purple flowers along the back of your garden bed. Once the flowers grow, they form a low curtain that is incredibly pretty to see in the early spring to early summer. Known for being a drought-resistant plant, Larkspur Delphenium requires very little maintenance. Each plant produces three to seven palmate leaves. This deep green foliage provides a backdrop to the flowers once they bloom in springtime. With care, it can add brilliance to your summer barbecues and picnics.

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Lilac Shrub

Lilac Shrub

Lilac Shrubs are beloved for their fragrant blooms and versatile nature and offer various benefits when integrated into landscaping designs. Its striking appearance, captivating fragrance, adaptability, and contribution to the overall aesthetic and sensory experience make it a sought-after choice for enhancing outdoor spaces. The Lilac Shrub blooms in early spring. When you see it, you know that summer is not far away. Here's why this plant is so popular. Lilac Shrub Offers Perfume in the Air Many people find the intoxicating fragrance of them romantic. The aroma is fresh, clean, and powerful but not overpowering or cloying. Instead, it smells breezy, gentle, and refreshing. The scent is easy to identify because it is so unique. For many, it's reminiscent of childhood when the world was redesigned. Just one bouquet can create a refreshingly crisp scent in any room. The breezy floral fragrance can lift you, and the magical aroma adds another layer of charm to your home. Lilac Shrub Blooms Early Spring  The standard type may be the most beautiful of all the early spring flowering trees. The large clusters of tiny flowers are often pale purple but bloom in other shades. Yellow blooms are thrilling to the eye. The bright yellow flowers and their captivating perfume are almost too stunning to behold. These shrubs can make even a lackluster landscape look amazing. For such a show-stopping plant, they are surprisingly sturdy. They will grow anywhere and happily prosper in almost any soil, climate, or condition. Because these blooms are hardy, they need little attention and are virtually indestructible. They don't need watering, and they're highly drought-resistant. Many bushes still flourish where they were initially planted on the grounds of old homesteads. The farmhouses are long gone, but the plants continue to thrive. Because they can live for decades, they're a great addition to any property you intend to pass on to future generations. Lilac Shrub's Come In Many Shapes & Sizes  Lilac Shrubs come in a multitude of sizes and shapes. Mini bushes for smaller city gardens reach four feet, while the typical pastel purple plants can reach 15 feet. The showy plant fits in nicely and makes a strong statement almost anywhere. They will delight the eye for years to come.

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Lily Of The Valley

Lily Of The Valley

Lily Of The Valley is a delicate perennial plant with nodding, bell-shaped white flowers and fragrant, sword-shaped leaves. It creates a charming ground cover in shaded garden areas and offers various benefits when integrated into landscaping designs. Its graceful appearance, sweet fragrance, adaptability, and contributions to outdoor spaces' visual and sensory aspects make it a prized addition to gardens. Lily Of The Valley is a classic. It is associated with purity, virtue, humility, and compassion. The proper scientific name is Convallaria majalishe, and the plant is related to good fortune, joy, hopefulness, happiness, prosperity, and blessings. The herbaceous perennials begin to bloom in mid-May and continue to maintain a delightfully fragrant display until summer officially arrives in mid-June. With its exquisitely tiny bell-shaped, ornamental flowers, the shrub has a low-key and understated beauty. Rather than a profuse explosion of showy blossoms, these plants have a quietly powerful presence. They can grow almost anywhere, whether in a valley or not. Slim curving stems give expression to glossy, deep green leaves that gently cradle sweet clusters of delicate, refined flowers. Each bell-shaped blossom hangs from a stem like a precious ornament, while the captivating scent delights the senses. The Symbolic Significance Of Lily Of The Valley They are associated with May Day. They symbolize a beautiful awakening after a long winter of darkness and hardship. The airy little flowers refresh the weary soul and promise a return to happiness and new hope. When the pretty white bells burst into view, they remind us that warm summers always follow dark winters with their alluring fragrance. Lily Of The Valley Is Used In Perfumes  When the alluring fragrance of them was converted to perfume and cologne in 1954, it inspired a line of products. Then, in 1956, Dior marketed it under the name Diorissimo. It was an instant hit for men and women alike. The lily was Dior's favorite flower and his lucky charm. The Unique Attributes Of Lily Of The Valley Lily Of The Valley can produce a thick carpet of ground cover while filling the air with a captivating scent. The deep green leaves make fabulous bouquets and cut flowers. With their curving stems, the plants can produce up to 12 tiny flowers with up to six tiny petals. The clusters are often included in bridal bouquets. Some bouquets consist entirely of them. The engaging blooms make a lovely statement when used to adorn wrapped gifts for weddings and showers.

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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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Mapleleaf Viburnum

Mapleleaf Viburnum

Mapleleaf Viburnum is a deciduous shrub with distinctive three-lobed, maple-like leaves and clusters of small, white flowers followed by blue-black berries, making it an attractive choice for woodland gardens. It is a versatile and attractive shrub that offers a range of benefits when used in landscaping projects. With its unique characteristics and aesthetic appeal, this plant can enhance outdoor spaces and create a visually pleasing environment. Mapleleaf viburnum is a deciduous shrubbiest known for its red berries that turn blueish-black during summer. However, it also features flowers and other types of beautiful foliage, particularly during the year's warmer times. Mapleleaf Viburnum Is A Small Shrub This plant can reach around 3-6 feet in height and generally has a 2-4 feet spread. Its fuzzy leaves are usually 2-4 inches long with around five lobes that have serrated edges. The reason for it being in its name is because those leaves are shaped like maples. Seed production typically starts around when this plant reaches two years of age. A sealed seed coat then protects its seeds. In many cases, one of these shrubs can blossom into a colony of them. Flowers and Berries Of Mapleleaf Viburnum It creates white flowers in addition to its fruit. Blooming occurs between May and August, usually in June, while fruiting generally occurs between July and October. Meanwhile, those berries, popular with butterflies, birds, deer, rabbits, chipmunks, and people, can remain ripe into winter. The colors this plant's leaves display during fall are stunning, and they can vary significantly as the weather and prevailing light conditions are significant factors. Possibilities include yellow, orange, pink, red, and purple. This coloring tends to occur in October and November; the timeline depends on local weather conditions and related factors. Buds created to prepare the shrub for what is coming the following spring will be visible once those colorful leaves have fallen. Where Mapleleaf Viburnum Is Found More generally, Mapleleaf Viburnum is primarily located in the eastern half of North America. In the United States, it can be found in significant numbers from the country's northeast west to Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Wisconsin and Illinois, southwest to East Texas, and south to North Florida.

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Milkweed Plant

Milkweed Plant

The milkweed plant is known for attracting monarchs. It is a native perennial with clusters of showy, pink to mauve flowers and lance-shaped leaves. The plant attracts pollinators while thriving in moist, wetland habitats. It boasts numerous benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. Its unique features contribute to outdoor spaces' aesthetic appeal and ecological value. With clusters of vibrant and captivating flowers, it adds a burst of color and charm to gardens while also serving as a vital component in supporting local ecosystems. Milkweed Plant - Asclepias Incarnata  The Asclepias Incarnata variety of Milkweed is a flowering perennial that, in addition to its ornate floral growths, is highly beneficial for local ecosystems. Today, we will examine this truly stunning and unique plant. The Asclepias Incarnata Milkweed can grow to about 59 inches tall and is known for the vibrant, clustering flowers at the top of the narrow stem. The flowers have a purplish-pink hue and pink shafts reaching the main plant stem. The plant's leaves have a sword-like shape and a deep green hue that remains for most of the year.  When the flowers are in full bloom, they create a stunning contrast against the natural earth colors of the leaves, making them stand out in any garden or landscape. The Asclepias Incarnata Milkweed has opposite leaves that grow in pairs on either side of the stem. Thus, the plant alone has an elegant, tidy, and elegant air. The green leaves work well in drab areas of your garden that could use some brightening. Aside from the innate beauty of Asclepias Incarnata, with its green foliage and glowing pink flowers, this plant also attracts a different kind of beauty-monarch butterflies.  The nectar of the Asclepias Incarnata Milkweed is the only known food source for the larvae of monarch butterflies - That's a Primary Reason Monarch are now going extinct  The monarchs will frequently visit these flowers to nourish themselves with their nectar and lay their eggs in them so the larvae can thrive. As a perennial with rich, nectar-filled flowers, the Asclepias Incarnata Milkweed attracts beautiful hummingbirds. The shifting colors of the hummingbird breast will also contribute to the palette of your outdoor areas. The length of the Asclepias Incarnata leaves varies from 2 ½ inches to 6 inches. They are narrow and have light green veins running through them. They don't grow densely, leaving the flowers to take center stage in their bouquet. The near-neon hue of this Milkweed's flowers makes them great companion pieces for other bright-blooming flowers. Gardeners and landscapers like to plant this variety of Milkweed to add a splash of unique color that instantly breathes new life into dull spaces. Benefits of Milkweed (Asclepias Incarnata) Yes, the Asclepias Incarnata looks stunning in full bloom. However, there are perhaps even more important reasons you should consider adding this perennial to your garden. It's A Native Plant - The Asclepias Incarnata Milkweed grows natively in North America. They have been observed to grow wild from Texas to Nova Scotia. This means they will be easy for you to plant, cultivate, and maintain even if you don't have much gardening experience. Asclepias Tuberosa Plant Supports the Local Honey Bee Population  Honeybees are vital to your local ecosystem as they are natural pollinators. In fact, according to Farmers.gov, honey bees are responsible for the pollination of nearly 80% of our flowering plants. Keeping Milkweed can attract bees that pollinate your garden's flowers and other plants. The honey bee population is dramatically declining, and providing sanctuaries for these critical links in the ecosystem has never been more important.  Keeps Pests Away Asclepias Incarnata contains a natural latex that repels invasive insects and animals that would otherwise feast on the plant. This Milkweed in your garden can, therefore, repel these pests and keep your other plants healthier. Ornamental Value - If you look closely at the flowers, you will see they are made of smaller, intricate flowers. This gives them a stunning appearance, while the purple-pink coloration adds ornamental value to many landscapes. Plus, the flowers have a fragrant aroma that some have said is reminiscent of cinnamon. T Monarch Butterfly Population-Like honey bees, the monarch butterfly population is in decline. Some leading conservation groups have even classified them as endangered. You can do your part to support the migration patterns of the Monarch butterfly by keeping the Asclepias Incarnata Milkweed in your garden.  Milkweed F.A.Q.s If you still have questions about the Asclepias Incarnata Milkweed, please look at the following answers to some of the most common questions:  Is Asclepias Incarnata Sun or Shade?  The Asclepias Incarnata Milkweed does well in full sun or partially shaded areas. However, the seeds germinate quickly with heat, so these plants need at least some direct sunlight. When do you Plant Asclepias Incarnata? The best time to plant this Milkweed is in the fall when the soil is likely wet. The Asclepias Incarnata prefers wet and moist soil, so if your area receives a good amount of rain in the Spring, you can also plant it in early Spring. How Tall are Asclepias Incarnata Milkweeds During Maturity? The Asclepias Incarnata Milkweed can grow to about five feet tall depending on how it is maintained and how much room the root system has to grow. When Should I Prune Asclepias Incarnata? The best time to prune this plant is in the Spring before it sprouts new growths. Pruning helps make the plant look more attractive and encourages the development of new leaves. However, it may not be necessary if the plant is already healthy. Do Monarchs Like Asclepias Incarnata? Absolutely. The females lay their eggs on them as they provide a food source for Monarch butterfly larvae. Adult monarch butterflies are also attracted to the nectar of the Milkweed flowers. Your Milkweeds Are Here. No matter what type of Milkweed plant you want, we have them available here at TN Nursery. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee, making us a perfect choice for experienced and new gardening enthusiasts. Order now to paint your outdoor spaces with vibrant colors. It is a tall plant noted for its pink to purple flowers. It is one of 115 plants in the Asclepiadaceae family, named after Asklepios, the Greek god of medicine. This is appropriate because it is known for containing high levels of cardiac glycosides, which are used in some treatments for heart disease. This same substance also serves as the only source for Monarch butterfly larvae. Where Does Milkweed Grow It is native to the midwestern and eastern regions of the United States and Canada, but it can also be found further west. It is most commonly found in more open habitats, such as pastures, prairies, fields, and roadsides. It needs total sun to grow but can tolerate light shade as well. You’ll typically find it commonly clustered together into large patches, which are called colonies.  It can grow to be over five feet tall. The foliage can grow up to 8 inches, elongated nearly four inches wide, and is somewhat thick. The upper part of the oval-shaped leaves is usually darker greenish, while the underside is much lighter green and sometimes even white. When cut, both the leaves and the stems reveal a milky latex. The flowers can grow nearly an inch long and half an inch wide with a midrib that runs beneath them. They have a pink to purple coloring over them with a greenish tint and are very sweetly scented. Milkweed Plant Has Striking Pink-Purple Blooms The pink-to-purple colors contrast nicely against lush green fields and dry yellow prairies. Gardeners like it for its distinctive appearance and sweet, fragrant aromas. Find Milkweed and more at TN Nursery. Another reason why gardeners often like it is that it serves as the host plant for the beautiful monarch butterfly. These butterflies will lay their eggs on it, and as mentioned previously, the nectar also serves as the only food source for the Monarch larvae. Gardeners who like monarch butterflies or are otherwise concerned about their declining population can grow it to provide these butterflies with a natural habitat. The flowering perennial is named for its cardenolide-bearing latex, which benefits butterflies and insects. Monarch butterflies use and require specific species, including Asclepias syriaca and Asclepias incarnata, as host plants: their genus name, Asclepias, honors Asklepios, the Greek god of medicine.  Asclepias contains hundreds of species native to Africa, North America, and South America. Asclepias syriaca and Asclepias incarnata are native to the American continents and standard across the central and eastern United States. The sun-loving Asclepias syriaca grows naturally in fields, prairies, and pastures, while Asclepias incarnata grows along creeks, ponds, and bogs. Their flowers typically bloom from June through August. Asclepias produces complex blossoms that have similarities to orchids. Their large, spherical clusters of five-petaled blossoms are at the top of their thick stems. Each Asclepias growth usually carries two to five clusters of flowers. The individual blossoms are about three-quarters of an inch long and emit a strong, sweet fragrance. Asclepias syriaca has greenish-pink to rosy pink blooms, while Asclepias incarnata's flowers tend toward a brighter purplish-pink hue. It can grow up to five feet tall. Their thick, bright green leaves are six to eight inches long and two to three-and-one-half inches wide. The leaves' upper surfaces are darker than their whitish undersides. Asclepias plants form colonies in nature and landscapes and need room to spread out. Asclepias incarnata is highly ornamental and fairly quickly contained, making it well-suited to perennial, butterfly, and pollinator gardens. Asclepias syriaca works well in meadow gardens without defined borders. They increase from seed and spread as their rhizomes expand. They can be propagated in the late fall or early spring. Asclepias syriaca and Asclepias incarnata are the food sources for monarch butterflies, beetles, moths, and other insects that evolved to feed on their nectar. In the midwestern and northeastern regions of the United States, their leaves are the most crucial source of nourishment for monarch caterpillars, and their presence helps to fortify and increase monarch populations. Planting Milkweed Will Bring the Butterflies to Your Garden If you want to encourage monarch butterflies and other pollinators to make your garden home, you'll surely want to add Milkweed Plant to your landscape.

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Monarda Bee Balm

Monarda Bee Balm

Monarda Bee Balm boasts clusters of large, scarlet-red flowers that attract pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. It is a vibrant and captivating perennial plant with numerous landscaping benefits. With its striking appearance and unique features, this plant can enhance the aesthetic appeal of gardens and outdoor spaces while contributing to the ecosystem.   One of the primary benefits of incorporating it into landscaping is its stunning visual impact. These flowers of this plant are beautiful, as well. These are valuable additions for those interested in supporting local wildlife populations. Furthermore, the upright growth habit of it creates a natural vertical element in landscaping designs. This can be particularly useful for adding structure and dimension to flower beds and mixed borders. The plant's lush green foliage, which often releases a pleasant fragrance when touched, adds a layer of texture and contrast against its vibrant blossoms. Besides its aesthetic qualities, it also offers practical benefits. Its dense growth pattern can effectively help suppress weed growth, reducing the need for excessive weeding and maintenance. Planting in larger groupings can also be a natural ground cover, helping stabilize soil and prevent slope erosion. Its adaptability to various soil types and its tolerance to varying moisture conditions make it a versatile choice for landscaping projects. Its hardy nature also means it can withstand different weather conditions, adding to its overall reliability as a landscaping plant. In conclusion, it offers many benefits for landscaping endeavors. From its eye-catching appearance and ability to attract pollinators to its contribution to weed suppression and soil stabilization, this plant brings aesthetic and functional advantages to outdoor spaces. Whether used in cottage gardens, perennial borders, or mixed plantings, it is a dynamic choice that can elevate any landscape's overall design and enjoyment. Monarda Bee Balm is a striking perennial herbaceous plant with remarkable ornamental qualities. Native to North America, this eye-catching member of the mint family (Lamiaceae) is celebrated for its vibrant appearance, attracting both garden enthusiasts and pollinators alike. The Graphic Appeal Of Monarda Bee Balm Standing at 3 to 4 feet, it boasts a robust and upright growth habit. Its sturdy stems are clothed in lance-shaped, dark green leaves that emit a subtle fragrance when brushed against. The leaves provide an attractive backdrop to the main event: the brilliantly colored flowers. These blossoms emerge in mid to late summer and are spectacular. Each flower head is a cluster of tubular blossoms characterized by their intense scarlet-red hue. The flowers are grouped in dense, spherical clusters, creating a stunning visual exhibit reminiscent of a lush bouquet. Attract Pollinators With Monarda Bee Balm Beyond their visual appeal, the flowers serve as a beacon for pollinators, particularly bees and hummingbirds. These creatures are irresistibly drawn to the nectar-rich blooms, making this plant an excellent addition to any wildlife garden or naturalized landscape. As the bees and hummingbirds flit from one flower to another, the garden comes alive with activity and color, creating a harmonious ecosystem. Monarda Bee Balm Is Relatively Low Maintenance To successfully cultivate, it requires well-drained soil with full to partial sunlight. This plant is relatively low-maintenance, and its vigor makes it resistant to most pests and diseases. Regular watering, especially during dry spells, will keep it thriving and blooming abundantly. Deadheading spent flowers can encourage prolonged flowering and prevent self-seeding, which can sometimes be invasive. In conclusion, Monarda Bee Balm is a horticultural gem celebrated for its stunning scarlet-red blossoms and its role in supporting local pollinators. Whether you're looking to create a vibrant, wildlife-friendly garden or simply seeking a beautiful addition to your landscape, this native American perennial is a fantastic choice, adding color and life to your outdoor space.

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Muskogee Crepe Myrtle

Muskogee Crepe Myrtle

Muskogee Crepe Myrtle is a striking deciduous shrub or small tree with vibrant lavender-pink flowers and smooth, cinnamon-colored bark. It adds a burst of color and elegance to gardens and landscapes. This famous ornamental tree offers many benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. With its stunning visual appeal, adaptability, and ease of maintenance, it has become a favored choice for many landscapers and homeowners alike.  Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Is A Great Choice For Homeowners  The Muskogee Crepe Myrtle is an excellent choice for homeowners who want to add interest, texture, and color to their landscape. Each tree has smooth, brown stems that fan out into a vase shape. The branches contain even rows of oval leaves in a beautiful deep green shade. These attractive colors and textures become even more exciting when this tree blooms with lavender flowers. Its vibrant look will surely draw the eye wherever you plant this beautiful tree. Starting in spring, these trees begin to produce cone-shaped bunches of flowers. Each flower cluster consists of several small, individual, pinkish-purple petals with a crinkled appearance similar to tissue paper. After going through their flowering season, these trees produce clumps of berries that add even more visual interest to the tree. Clumps of small, round berries on the end of each branch gradually transform from shiny, green berries to brown, serrated seed pods. This tree's flowering and berry-producing seasons can last several months because it produces new flowers regularly. Explore the Many Ways to Garden With Muskogee Crepe Myrtle These trees have endless purposes throughout the landscape. A tidy row of them can be a lovely way to border a walkway or fill in narrow strips of land. Standalone versions can be a focal point on a lawn and look great, bordered with other flowers or decorative grasses. You can even use clusters of these trees to create a hedge that provides privacy and shade. The Versatile and Appealing Shape of Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Muskogee Crepe Myrtle comes in many shapes and sizes. Some landscapers keep it as a compact bush, while others let it soar to 30 feet or more. Those who prefer a classic tree shape can choose a single-trunk variant, while people who like a denser look can select a multi-stem style. Whatever its height and branch arrangement, this tree's crown tends to spread out into a horizontal, oval shape with densely packed leaves and branches.

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Northern Spice Bush

Northern Spice Bush

Northern Spice Bush is a deciduous shrub with aromatic green leaves, clusters of small yellow flowers, and red berries. It often attracts wildlife and provides a splash of color in woodland areas. It brings many benefits when thoughtfully integrated into landscaping designs, making it a valuable and ecologically significant addition to outdoor spaces. The Northern Spice Bush is popular with gardeners and landscapers because of its pleasant scent. It's often referred to as the spicebush or wild allspice. Its botanical name is Lindera Benzoin, and it's part of the Laural or Lauraceae family, which includes the bay laurel, California laurel, cassia, and avocado plants. It's native to eastern North America and can be found in Maine and New York. However, it can also be seen as far south as Florida and southwest into Texas and Arkansas. The Looks of Northern Spice Bush Gardeners revere it for its aromatic leaves and flowers, which have a distinct scent when crushed. This deciduous shrub typically grows up to 15 feet tall and wide but can sometimes reach 20 feet. Gardeners can expect it to develop flowers from March through May and produce red berries from late summer through October. The leaves are green in the summer and change color in the fall. The leaves typically reach lengths of between two and six inches. Attracting Wildlife with Northern Spice Bush Gardeners looking to spice up their wildlife viewing opportunities will love planting them. This shrub attracts all birds, bees, and small mammals. The bees are attracted to the flowers, and birds, especially the very wood thrush, are drawn to its berries. This shrub also attracts squirrels and butterflies. Best Spots to Plant Northern Spice Bush in Your Yard Northern Spice Bush can grow up to 15 feet high and wide; it's best to plant it in open areas. It looks best as the focal point of a shade or rain garden or along the perimeter of front and backyards. The shrub can be planted next to several perennials, including grape hyacinth and monkshood. Gardeners can plant blue spruce and deep green hemlock next to Lindera Benzoin, and the shrub does well around dogwood and red vein dianthus. The shrub is an excellent plant for most gardens. It thrives next to other trees and shrubs and makes a statement with its signature scent.

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Old Fashion Snowball

Old Fashion Snowball

Old Fashion Snowball is a showy deciduous shrub prized for its spherical clusters of large, flashy, sterile white flowers that resemble snowballs, adding charm and elegance to gardens and landscapes. It is a versatile and aesthetically pleasing shrub that offers numerous benefits when incorporated into landscaping. The old-fashioned snowball is a flowering shrub that was a mainstay in residential yards decades ago. Many people may remember these eye-catching shrubs when visiting their older relatives' houses. Of course, if you've never heard of this shrub, you may be surprised to learn that it's been around for centuries. It was first introduced into the United States in the 1700s. Its botanical name is Viburnum Opulus, and it's prized for its large white flowers. Other names for this bush include the Japanese or European bush. Prized Features of the Old Fashion Snowball Viburnum Opulus is a flowering shrub. Its large, round flowers, which have a three-inch diameter, are prevalent in late spring and summer. The flowers are initially green, then turn white and sometimes pink. These shrubs can reach heights of between six and 12 feet. In the fall, the green leaves turn red and purple, which helps give this bush three-season appeal. Best Landscaping Uses For Old Fashion Snowball Landscapers and gardeners can plant this vibrant bush anywhere they have space in their yard. Due to their lush foliage, they look best along fencelines and as focal points in medium—to large yards. They also make incredible living privacy fences. Old Fashion Snowball Is Great For Pollinator Gardens Old Fashion Snowball is a great shrub to add if you're looking to attract more bees and butterflies to your home. The pollen and nectar attract butterflies and bees, and the red fruit and its seeds attract birds, which is excellent for the birdwatcher in your family. Since Old Fashion Snowball can grow to a height of 12 feet, gardeners may want to choose plants to fill the void created by the shrub's stem and foliage. Great plants to plant under the Viburnum Opulus include lobelia, bacopa, and alyssum. Additionally, smaller bushes and shrubs usually do well under the viburnum. Gardeners can also plant vica vines and English ivy around these bushes. Gardeners who want to turn their yards into a botanical show will love the Viburnum Opulus. They're prized for their large round flowers and three-season appeal.

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Orange Daylily

Orange Daylily

Orange Daylily has trumpet-shaped orange flowers that form dense clusters atop slender stems. It is a vibrant and versatile flowering plant with numerous landscaping benefits. Its striking appearance, adaptability, and low-maintenance qualities make it famous for various garden designs. These benefits contribute to the overall aesthetic appeal and functionality of outdoor spaces. The plant provides a vertical element that adds dimension and depth to garden compositions. The vibrant blooms add color to landscapes, creating eye-catching focal points instantly attracting attention. They are flowering perennial bulbs that are named for the day-long lifespan of their blossoms. Europeans brought this carefree ornamental daily to North America in the 1800s, which has remained popular ever since. Orange Daylily Native Habitat Native to China and Japan, Hemerocallis fulva is naturalized in Europe and throughout much of North America. It grows naturally in thickets, along woodland borders, and in fields, meadows, and floodplains. When left unchecked, the plants tend to spread. They typically bloom in July and August and come back year after year. Appearance Of Orange Daylily Hemerocallis fulva has showy, bright-orange flowers that bloom in clusters at the top of two-to-three-foot-tall branched stalks. The four-to-six-inch-diameter blossoms open individually, revealing three flared petals and three slightly smaller sepals shaded with red or gold. The plants grow in clumps, with straplike foliage that emerges from just above the soil. These narrow, bright green leaves grow up to three feet long and arch toward the ground, creating a mounded look. If you want to add bold, breezy color to your lawn during the height of summer, planting Hemerocallis fulva in clumps or along the edges of your property border can do the trick. This flower looks brilliant when planted in mass over larger areas and is wonderfully suited to informal meadows and hillside landscapes. It's also well-suited to smaller butterfly and pollinator gardens. After the blooming season, the plant's pretty green leaves will continue to add texture to your yard and can even make a serviceable ground cover. You can quickly propagate daylilies by dividing and replanting them in the spring or fall. Ecology Of Orange Daylily In North America, Orange Daylily can be a food source for pollinators. The flowers provide nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds, and small bees may collect pollen from their anthers. In springtime, white-tailed deer and rabbits may enjoy eating the plant's leaves when they are young and tender. When you want to celebrate the summer sunshine, planting Hemerocallis fulva is a great way to draw the eye and brighten your day.

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Oxeye Daisy

Oxeye Daisy

Oxeye Daisy is a perennial wildflower with white, daisy-like flowers featuring yellow centers and deeply lobed leaves, often found in meadows and fields, adding charm to natural landscapes. It's known for its radiant white petals and sunny yellow center. It is a charming perennial with numerous landscaping benefits. Its innate qualities make it a popular choice among gardeners and landscapers alike. Oxeye Daisy, which blooms single or in clusters from May through September, can reach a height of three feet on their tall, thick individual stems. The flowers they produce are multiple flowers in one. 15 to 35 white (ray flower) petals surround the flower head, which consists of 400 to 500 yellow disk flowers. This flower's distinctive feature is its enormous, spherical blossom head. Each bloom can reach up to three inches in diameter. When full-grown, these plants can get up to two feet wide. Once established, you'll likely always have daisies since they are so good at self-seeding. Oxeye Daisy Has Unique Foliage  This plant has dark green, spoon-shaped leaves that taper into narrow, serrated ones as they grow up the stem. The enormous leaves appear around the plant's base; they are about six inches long and two inches wide and have as many as 15 lobed edges. The top leaves are thin, alternately placed, and sometimes clasp against the stem. These clasping leaves, which are one to four inches long, also have lobed edges. Typically, a leaf's number of teeth or lobed edges increases as it grows higher on the stalk. Save The Pollinators With Oxeye Daisy The oxeye daisy is the most significant type. Pollen and nectar found in these flowers are essential for the survival of several pollinating insects, such as moths, beetles, butterflies, hoverflies, and beetles. The male disk flowers emit a ring of yellow pollen around the periphery, while the many tiny flowers that compose the flower's yellow center contain nectar. Adding these flowers to your yard or garden is a perfect way to lure pollinators and increase their biodiversity. Oxeye Daisy Attracts Good Bugs These plants are magnets for good bugs, such as pollen-feeding beetles, which eat nasty bugs like aphids. Animals like cattle stay away from areas with these flowers because they irritate the wildlife's lips, nostrils, and legs. These characteristics make the plant an excellent form of pest and wildlife control.

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Painted Trillium

Painted Trillium

Painted Trillium is a woodland wildflower with showy, white, or pinkish petals adorned with maroon or red streaks at the base. It is typically found in moist, forested areas and prized for its striking appearance. They are delicate and enchanting wildflowers that offer a range of benefits when thoughtfully integrated into landscaping designs. Its beauty, contributions to biodiversity, potential for naturalizing, woodland charm, and ability to create unique garden space. Painted trillium is common in eastern North America, specifically the Adirondack Mountains, which spans northeastern New York. It's a wildflower known for its red center and delicate white petals. Its botanical name is Undulatum, but gardeners commonly refer to it as the striped and smiling wake robin. It's also sometimes referred to as a painted lady because it starts to bloom just as the butterflies come out in the spring. This wildflower is a member of the Lilly family. Identifying The Painted Trillium The smiling wake robin is considered a flower of the Adirondack Mountains. They can be identified by their pink or red center and red stripes that follow the veins of their three white flower petals. It also has three green or blueish-green leaves, which is how it acquired the prefix 'tri' in its botanical name. Gardeners can expect this wildflower to grow up to 20 inches tall. The single flower that blooms from late spring to midsummer is about two inches wide with wavy, tapering petals. Gardeners can expect new plants to develop these flowers within four to seven years. How To Landscaping With Painted Trillium The Landscaping with the smiling wake robin is ideal for shade and pollinator gardens and areas with little to no direct sunlight. It is also suitable for adding color to areas under trees and around shrubs and bushes. Add Painted Trillium To Your Pollinator Garden If your gardening goal is to create a lovely pollinator garden, you can't go wrong with the smiling wake robin. This wildflower is known to attract bumble and honey bees, who forage for the pollen from the flowers. Smiling wake robins thrive next to other shade-loving plants. These include Christmas ferns, lady ferns, bleeding hearts, hostas, daffodils, snowdrops, Virginia bluebells, and the woodland phlox. Gardeners can enjoy the Painted Trillium in their shade gardens. They can also use it to add color to areas generally devoid of defined plant life, like under tall trees and shrubs, to create focal points.

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Partridge Berry

Partridge Berry

Partridge Berry is a low-growing, trailing evergreen plant with glossy leaves and small, white to pinkish tubular flowers, followed by bright red berries commonly found in woodland settings. It is a charming and low-growing ground cover that offers several benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. If you're looking for a perennial that will add delicate beauty to your garden all year long, look no further than the Partridge berry plant. If you've ever walked through a forest in the eastern U.S., you have probably encountered this delicate woodland creeper. This flowering vine has beautiful red berries, bright green leaves, and star-shaped, white flowers. It blossoms in the late spring. As a creeper with long tendrils, it's notable because it doesn't use its tendrils to climb; instead, it creeps along the forest floor. It is native to many forests in eastern North America and has been seen as far north as Canada and south as Florida. Partridge Berry Has Dark Green Evergreen Leaves This evergreen features small, compact stems under its flowers. Its dark green leaves don't change color or fall on the ground like other plants, so there's no messy cleanup. If you want to attract bees, birds, and other friendly visitors to your garden, you can do it with this attractive, easy-to-grow vine. Partridge Berry Makes A Great Ground-Cover Despite its delicate appearance, this flowering vine is hardy enough to create groundcover that stays attractive in any season. Its glossy green leaves stand out in the fall against the falling brown leaves. Enjoy the beauty and fragrance of its bright white flowers in spring and summer. The bright red berries will remind you of holly and other winter delights. Partridge Berry Grows And Spreads Quickly Partridge Berry Is also versatile. Although it grows thick on the ground, you can use it in borders, walkways, paths, or anywhere you want an attractive, hardy cover. It's ideal in rock gardens or other hardscape settings. Once set up in the soil, it spreads out thickly, rooting itself deeply into the soil and creating a thick layer of leaves. In short, this common vine will bring uncommon beauty and enjoyment to any garden.

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Perennial Grab Bag -  25 Assorted Best Selling Plants

Perennial Grab Bag - 25 Assorted Best Selling Plants

This carefully curated assortment of Perennial Grab Bags is designed to add a stunning array of colors, textures, and fragrances to your outdoor space. You'll receive a delightful assortment of 25 plants, each chosen for its exceptional beauty and hardiness. From vibrant flowers to lush foliage, this offers an incredible variety to keep your garden thriving throughout the seasons. PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE ARE A COLLECTION OF PLANTS, NOT SPECIFIC PLANT TYPES. WE CHOOSE TYPES THAT WORK BEST FOR YOUR ZONE ACCORDING TO YOUR ZIP CODE Discover the Magic of Our Perennial Grab Bag A Curated Collection for Every Garden Elevate your garden with a stunning selection of 25 plants chosen for their beauty, hardiness, and ability to thrive in your specific growing zone. This assortment promises to add vibrant colors, diverse textures, and delightful fragrances to your outdoor space, creating a lush, ever-changing garden that flourishes through the seasons. Why Choose This? Expert Selection for Your Zone: Each is customized based on your zip code, ensuring the plants perfectly suit your local climate. Our horticulture specialists hand-pick the best perennials for your specific conditions. A Surprise in Every Bag: Enjoy the excitement of unboxing a unique mix of plants. While the exact plants remain a delightful mystery, you might find favorites like daisies, lilies, ornamental grasses, ferns, and aromatic herbs. Year-Round Beauty: They are plants that return each year, consistently displaying blooms and foliage. This includes a variety of plants that ensure continuous color and interest from spring through fall. Low-Maintenance Gardening: They are known for their robust root systems, which allow them to survive and thrive with minimal care. Thus, you can spend less time on upkeep and more time enjoying your beautiful garden. Wildlife Attraction: Our plant selection attracts pollinators like butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds, creating a vibrant, eco-friendly environment that supports local biodiversity. Top 10 Benefits  Variety and Surprise: Each bag offers an exciting variety of flowers, foliage, and herbs, ensuring a dynamic and evolving garden. Continuous Blooms: Enjoy a garden that offers vibrant displays year after year without replanting. Low Maintenance: Once established, they require less watering, pruning, and fertilizing. Cost-Effective: Save money with a one-time purchase that provides long-term value. Longevity and Durability: They are resilient and withstand harsh weather conditions. Wildlife Attraction: Create a haven for pollinators and beneficial insects. Versatility: Perfect for flower beds, borders, or container gardens. Educational Experience: Learn about different plant species and their care. Environmental Benefits: They reduce water consumption and support sustainable gardening practices. Year-Round Interest: Enjoy a garden that captivates through all seasons, even in winter. Easy Care Tips for Your Perennial Grab Bag Watering: Water thoroughly after planting and maintain consistent moisture, especially during dry periods. Mulching: Apply mulch to conserve moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature. Fertilizing: Use a slow-release fertilizer in early spring or fall to provide essential nutrients. Deadheading and Pruning: Remove spent flowers to encourage new blooms and maintain plant shape. Dividing: Divide overcrowded plants in early spring or fall to promote healthy growth. Pest and Disease Control: Regularly inspect for pests and diseases and take prompt action if needed. Support and Staking: Support taller plants to prevent bending or breaking. Winter Protection: Protect delicate plants in colder climates with burlap or coverings. Regular Monitoring: Keep an eye on plant health and address issues early. Enjoy and Learn: Enjoy and learn about your garden's unique plants. Transform Your Garden Today With This Perennial Grab Bag Order your Perennial Grab Bag of 25 plants from TN Nursery and embark on a journey of discovery and transformation. Watch as your garden evolves into a breathtaking tapestry of colors and textures, attracting pollinators and providing a sanctuary for beneficial insects. Whether you're a seasoned or a beginner, this offers a convenient and rewarding way to create a beautiful, thriving garden. Order Now and Unleash Your Inner Gardener Experience the joy and beauty of perennial gardening with our thoughtfully curated Perennial Grab Bag. Let TN Nursery help you create a picturesque and inviting outdoor space that will bring years of enjoyment and satisfaction. Order your grab bag today and get ready to be amazed by the magic that unfolds in your garden!

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Perennial Package - 10 Plants

Perennial Package - 10 Plants

This Perennial Package has a carefully curated selection of 10 plants that offer diverse shapes, sizes, and colors, ensuring a captivating display throughout the seasons. Each plant is chosen for its resilience, beauty, and ability to return year after year, making it a fantastic investment in your garden's long-term health and beauty. PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE ARE A COLLECTION OF PERENNIALS, NOT SPECIFIC SPECIES. WE CHOOSE TYPES THAT WORK BEST FOR YOUR ZONE ACCORDING TO YOUR ZIP CODE Enjoy Colors With Our Perennial Package Add vibrant beauty to your garden with the Daylily's various colors and patterns, perfect for both novice and expert gardeners. The package includes Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), attracting pollinators with its daisy-like flowers in pink, purple, and white. Also featured is Lavender, known for its soothing scent, long blooming period, and drought tolerance. Delphinium's tall spires of blue, purple, or white flowers create a stunning focal point for height and drama. The cheerful Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) brings sunshine to borders with golden-yellow petals and dark centers. It thrives in full sun and attracts pollinators. What Our Perennial Package May Include Our package includes versatile plants like Hosta, Ornamental Grass, Phlox, and Blanket Flower, each adding unique characteristics to your garden. This collection offers long-term beauty, cost-effectiveness, and low maintenance, with plants returning each season, supporting pollinators, and providing year-round interest. Enjoy Flowers For Many Years With The Perennial Package Invest in a garden that evolves and thrives year after year, with a detailed planting guide included for maximum success. Enjoy the enduring beauty of perennials with TN Nursery’s expert-selected Perennial Package. Order your grab bag of ten plants today!

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Pink Crepe Myrtle

Pink Crepe Myrtle

Pink Crepe Myrtle is a deciduous shrub or small tree with vibrant, pink crepe-paper-like flowers and smooth, cinnamon-colored bark. It is often used for ornamental landscaping. Its captivating beauty and versatile characteristics offer many advantages when incorporated into landscaping endeavors. Its unique attributes provide a harmonious blend of aesthetic, ecological, and practical benefits, making it a cherished choice among landscape designers and homeowners. Thanks to its large, colorful blooms and standout look, the pink crepe myrtle is a beautiful addition to any yard. This deciduous tree grows well in various conditions, making it well-suited for enhancing aesthetics in many yards. If you plant this distinctive tree in your yard, you can enjoy several exciting benefits. What are these benefits? Vibrant Colors Of The Pink Crepe Myrtle Its long-lasting blooms cover most of the surface area of the leafy branches, which can grow up to 15 feet in diameter, making this colorful tree a focal point in the yard. The flowers' colors range from baby rose to fuchsia, carnation, and hot and rosy shades. In addition, the slightly rounded leaves are deep green, and the bark has a pinkish-gray hue. The bark is generally smooth and mottled, which adds to its fascinating look. Enhance Pollination With The Pink Crepe Myrtle Many types of plants rely on pollinating insects and birds. The flowers on this tree have a strong fragrance. In addition, the bark emits sap, and these two elements combine to attract up to 30 pollinator species to the yard. Pollinators are beneficial insects and birds that have a solid impact on the overall health of your yard’s small ecosystem. Many birds and insects drawn to these trees are beneficial in other ways. For example, these bugs and birds often feast on the various damaging pests in a yard. By managing the population of unwanted pests, your plants can enjoy an overall healthier environment. More Privacy Is Available With Pink Crepe Myrtle Many homes are built close to each other, allowing direct views from the windows and porches of one house to those of another. This lack of privacy erodes the comfortable living experience in the home. Pink Crepe Myrtle trees often grow up to 20 feet tall and have dense, bushy branches. When the tree is in full bloom, it may be impossible to see through the flowers and branches. Because the tree grows well above the height of a privacy fence, privacy reaches a new level.

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Pink Flowering Dogwood

Pink Flowering Dogwood

Pink Flowering Dogwood is a small, deciduous ornamental tree known for its delicate rosy-red blossoms, typically blooming in early spring. These blossoms add beauty and charm to landscapes. They are a prized addition to landscaping projects, offering an array of advantages encompassing aesthetic, ecological, and practical benefits. Their unique attributes create a harmonious interplay of visual beauty, environmental support, and functional value, making them a favored choice among landscape designers and homeowners.  The Pink Princess Dogwood Is Distinctive   The distinctive color of its flowers, which stands out against the backdrop of emerging green foliage, creates a captivating focal point in gardens and yards. Ecologically, it contributes to the local ecosystem. Its blooms provide nectar for pollinators like bees and butterflies, fostering biodiversity and facilitating essential ecological interactions. The tree's berries, which follow the flowers, offer nourishment to birds and small mammals, further enhancing the interconnectedness of the local wildlife community. Functionally, it offers practical benefits as well. Its moderate size makes it suitable for various landscaping applications, including as a specimen tree or as part of a mixed border. Its adaptability to multiple soil types and growing conditions enhances its usability in diverse landscapes. The tree's deciduous nature introduces the allure of changing seasons, with its vibrant autumn foliage offering an additional burst of color. Furthermore, its distinctive variegated foliage and rosy, cream, and green splashes enhance its year-round visual appeal. This trait adds an extra layer of interest and beauty to the landscape even when the tree is not blooming. In conclusion, they bring many benefits to landscaping designs. From its captivating aesthetic allure and ecological contributions to its practical versatility and year-round visual appeal, this tree enriches outdoor environments. Its capacity to infuse landscapes with elegant beauty, attract pollinators, and provide both visual and ecological value positions it as a cherished choice for those seeking to create visually pleasing and ecologically vibrant landscapes. Pink Flowering Dogwood Is A Captivating Tree The Pink Flowering Dogwood, scientifically known as Cornus florida, is a captivating and ornamental tree native to the eastern United States. It is renowned for its exquisite beauty, particularly its striking rosy or rosy-hued blossoms that adorn its branches in the early spring. These blossoms make it a beloved and sought-after addition to gardens and landscapes. This tree generally grows to 15-30 feet tall, with a slightly wider spread, forming a rounded or vase-shaped canopy. Its signature feature is its profusion of showy, four-petaled flowers that appear in clusters, known as bracts. These bracts are not the actual flowers but modified leaves surrounding the small, inconspicuous real flowers. The bracts start as soft, pale, and rosy and gradually deepen in color as they mature, creating a captivating gradient of hues. As the seasons progress, the tree undergoes a mesmerizing transformation. In spring, the tree symbolizes roses and beauty, attracting pollinators like bees and butterflies. During summer, its vibrant green foliage provides a lush and cooling canopy. In the fall, the leaves turn shades of crimson, scarlet, and burgundy, adding a rich tapestry of color to the landscape. Moreover, it produces small, shiny red berries that birds find valuable in autumn. This tree is prized for its beauty and adaptability to various soil types and sun conditions. It is often used as an understory tree in woodland settings, where its delicate blossoms contrast beautifully with the dappled light filtering through the canopy. Pink Flowering Dogwood Is A Symbol Of Grace  The Pink Flowering Dogwood is not just a tree but a symbol of grace, resilience, and the enduring beauty of nature. This magnificent plant is a true spectacle with its delicate and intricate petals, vibrant colors, and captivating fragrance. Its blossoms, in various shapes and sizes, change with the seasons, offering a constantly evolving display of beauty throughout the year. Whether found in gardens, parks, or natural landscapes, this exquisite plant never fails to impress, inspiring feelings of wonder and awe in all who have the privilege of experiencing its splendor.

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Pink Hibiscus

Pink Hibiscus

Pink Hibiscus is a sub-shrub with large, trumpet-shaped, showy rosy flowers and glossy green leaves, often grown for its tropical appeal and ornamental value in gardens and landscapes. Its captivating charm and vibrant characteristics offer a range of advantages when integrated into landscaping designs. Its distinctive attributes provide a harmonious blend of aesthetic, ecological, and functional benefits, making it a cherished choice among landscape designers and homeowners. Pink Hibiscus is a magnificent tropical flower with radiant rose blossoms that are shaped like trumpets and bloom throughout the late spring and summer, often all the way into the autumn. Healthy plants can grow to a height of 15 feet and have flowers of all different colors. Other than their eponymous color, they can be white with cranberry accents and center to raspberry-colored or purple blooms of two or three different shades. The Leaves Of The Pink Hibiscus In the springtime, the leaves are a marvelous two-toned yellow and green that darkens over time to full green by the end of summer. The plant is evergreen in warm climates, so it will be a sentry of charming green throughout the lean, cool months. The leaves are finely tapered ovals about 4 inches long, and there are small ridges along the edges in symmetrical patterns that wonderfully complement the enormous blooms. Pink Hibiscus Has Stunning Blooms The "Pride of Hankins" is a vibrant crimson and has double petals. The "Chiffon" variety is so pale that it's almost white and also has double petals put together with bright yellow stamina. "Sweet Persuasion" is a rich, deep purple with yellow stamina and forms an awesome contrast with the brightness of the other varieties of this flower in the garden. Because these flowers come in so many colors, they are also well-adapted for inclusion in horticultural color palettes with other flowers of similar colors. Because they're herbaceous perennials, the leaves fall off in autumn and come back the next spring. Each year, they'll get a little larger until they reach their true majesty after about five or six years. The brilliance of these flowers showcases itself in the brightest summer sunshine, and during their full growth down the line, they can even act as super-colorful focal points in any garden. Pink Hibiscus Helps the Environment And Pollinators Because Pink Hibiscus blooms in such rich and bright colors, these flowers are exceptional at attracting pollinators like bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. They'll usually attract so many that all plants in the garden will receive visits from the diminutive yet equally colorful members of the pollination brigade. The flowers' extensive root system contributes to soil stabilization and prevents erosion, making them among the healthiest perennials for the environment.

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Pink Spirea

Pink Spirea

Pink Spirea is known for its profuse clusters of small, rosy, deep rose-colored flowers appearing in late spring to early summer. These blooms add color to your landscape and attract pollinators like butterflies and bees. This beautiful ornamental plant has a long blooming cycle and is hardy in zones 4-9. Featuring rust-resistant foliage and an extended blooming period, the bush is a reliable addition to any landscape in zones 4-9. When you're looking for a charming floral plant, Pink Spirea is an excellent choice. The mid-sized flowering shrubs work well in a variety of settings. They release a dense cluster of upright steps coated in tiny leaves and flowers. Each plant grows to a tidy, rounded clump 3 feet high and 3 feet wide. They feature small, teardrop-shaped leaves with serrated edges. The Gorgeous Foliage Color Range of the Pink Spirea This attractive plant is made more notable due to its shifting leaf colors. In spring and summer, this shrub's leaves are medium green. As the leaves mature, they get darker and more colorful. They develop burgundy and purple hues that compliment the flowers' pastel colors. In fall, the plant's leaves brighten to shades of gold and orange. This wide range of colors allows the plant to brighten your landscape outside its blooming season. They are stunning landscapes. Pink Spirea Offers Large Bunches Of Flowers This plant produces large bunches of flowers throughout spring. At the tip of each stem, a cluster of blooms around three to five inches in width develops. The bunch contains several petite flowers, five petals, and long, delicate stamens. The flowers are a dramatic rose shade that usually lightens at the tip of the petal and is darker near the center. The flowers bloom intermittently, so while some clusters are reaching the end of their lifespan, others are just starting. This ensures you get months of beautiful flowers. Pink Spirea Adds Charm To Any Garden The cheerful pastel colors of Pink Spirea add charm to any garden. Its size and shape make it a favorite addition to flowerbeds because it can fill in spaces with ease. Since it creates such thick clusters of flowers and leaves, it can add lots of color and attract many butterflies to decorative borders. This plant also does very well in containers, so some people like to use it to fill a pot, planter, or window box.

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Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle

Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle

Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle is a deciduous shrub known for its fragrant, rosy, reddish tubular flowers and green foliage. These features make it a highly sought-after shrub. Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle, or Lonicera tatarica, are densely branched, deciduous shrubs that can grow up to 12 feet long. When the stems are still young, they often appear light brown and slightly hairy. However, they'll grow out of this phase and eventually produce peeling shaggy bark. Of course, you won't see their bark once these shrubs grow, as they'll be covered by greenery and gorgeous rose flowers. Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle Has Stunning Flowers These irregular flowers grow in pairs and come forth on almost all first-year branches. They're known for being colored like their namesake, but they'll occasionally be white or rosy. Regardless of their exact color, it is known to be a fragrant flower that will enhance your enjoyment. They have two lips and will grow up to an inch long. The bottom lip will be slightly more significant than the top, providing visual interest. Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle Has Exotic Leaves They have opposite leaves that will grow up to 2-1/2 inches long. They will either be oblong or more egg-shaped, primarily smooth and hairless. Their widest point is the middle section. At their base, they can resemble a heart shape; then, they'll become pointed or blunt at the tip. They do not have any teeth on the edges, which helps complete their smooth appearance. There will be orange to red berries that appear later in the season. Each of these will also come in pairs, containing several seeds each. This fruit attracts a wide variety of birds. Because of this, the plant can widely spread its seeds without having to do a single thing! Create A Wildlife Hotel With Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle You already know birds are attracted to Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle, but that's just the beginning. Due to how much nectar they produce, they'll also attract the Elephant Hawkmoth, who will catch the bats' attention. When new shoots appear, they'll bring in the blackfly, leading to even more birds. Additionally, squirrels love to eat their berries. Therefore, if you've been looking for a gorgeous plant that smells wonderful and will bring in all types of wildlife, you've found it!

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Pink Weigela

Pink Weigela

Pink Weigela is a deciduous ornamental plant known for its abundant, trumpet-shaped rose flowers blooming in late spring to early summer. These flowers add vibrant color to garden landscapes. Its enchanting attributes and versatile characteristics offer a range of advantages when integrated into landscaping designs. Its unique features blend aesthetic appeal, ecological contributions, and practical benefits, making it a preferred choice among landscape designers and homeowners. Aesthetically, it brings a touch of charm to landscapes. The pink weigela is lauded for its beautiful flowers. Its botanical name is the Weigela Florida. Of course, you may be surprised to learn that Florida means gorgeous, and the first part of this shrub's name was the discovering scientist's last name. However, this bush is often called the beauty bush or rosy poppet. It's part of the Caprifoliaceae or honeysuckle family. The beauty bush is native to Northern China, Korea, and Japan. However, it can be grown in many other places around the world. Characteristics of the Pink Weigela The beauty bush is known for its stunning pale red colored flowers. These blushing blooms are prevalent in the late spring and summer. However, sometimes the flowers return in the fall. The bush can grow to heights of 10 feet and widths of up to 12 feet; it has dark green leaves. It's important to note that this shrub produces blooms on last year's stems. The beauty bush looks best around homes and buildings. It's often planted as a foundation shrub, other flowers, and ornamental grasses. This beautiful shrub can also be planted along property perimeters to create a living fence, and it can be used to generate hedge walls when combined with other bushes and shrubs. Creative gardeners can even prune and train it to look like a tree. Attract Hummingbirds with Pink Weigela Beauty bushes attract hummingbirds, bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. Birds have also been known to build nests in them. What to Plant Around Pink Weigela Planting other bushes and flowers around the beauty bush can add color and variety. Some recommended companions include the double red knockout rose, creeping veronica, peonies, lavender, silver mist, blue stars, and dwarf catmint. Gardenias and hydrangeas also look great next to the beauty bush. All types of gardeners will love the beautiful bush. Its brightly colored flowers can make a statement in almost any yard. They do well as foundation plantings and perimeter bushes and can be trained to look like trees. The flowers can be trimmed and used as centerpieces in vases with other types of flowers.

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Purple Hibiscus

Purple Hibiscus

Purple Hibiscus is a shrub or small tree known for its large, striking, funnel-shaped lavender flowers with a prominent central stamen and glossy green leaves. It is a popular ornamental plant. This shrub presents many advantages when incorporated into landscaping designs, offering a blend of aesthetic, ecological, and practical benefits that make it a prized choice among landscape designers and homeowners.  Purple Hibiscus, also known by their family name, Hibisceae, are stunningly gorgeous flowers characterized by their two different shades of lavender. They instantly add a sense of elegance to any yard and will keep returning year after year. The Beautiful Flowers Of Purple Hibiscus The first thing you'll notice about these colorful flowers is that they're trumpet-shaped, and no other flowers look pretty like them. They're also sometimes referred to by their common name, rose mallow, although their name is a misnomer. Most of these flowers will grow into their characteristic royal hues but can also become pink, red, white, yellow, or orange. Either way, they open beautifully to put themselves on display. Aside from the flower's petals, a cluster of white shoots out from the middle. This five-lobed capsule contains seeds and will excite your local bees. Aside from the flowers, the shrub they grow on also produces alternately grown leaves with lobed margins. These multi-stemmed, deciduous shrubs can grow up to 15 feet tall. The mixture of these rich, dark green leaves and bright flowers creates a stunning contrast that would look fantastic on any property. Provide Homes for Wildlife With Purple Hibiscus Aside from looking gorgeous, planting one of these shrubs will also attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees to your yard. This makes a special treat for bird lovers, especially those who haven't been able to attract hummingbirds onto their property. Shrubs are also a vital part of the ecosystem and offer a place for pollinators to gather one of the main ingredients of life. Make Your Yard Pop With Purple Hibiscus Whether you're a big fan of their purplish-blue color, want to attract wildlife, or want instant curb appeal, you'll get what you're looking for when you plant Purple Hibiscus. If you've ever driven down a street and witnessed flowers that took your breath away, you know exactly how these will make everyone else feel. They can't help being showy, and you'll be happy.

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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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Red Crepe Myrtle

Red Crepe Myrtle

Red Crepe Myrtle has clusters of rose flowers that provide a burst of shade to the landscape and draw pollinators such as butterflies and bees, promoting a healthy ecosystem. As the seasons change, the plant's foliage transitions from green to shades of orange and rose, adding further visual interest. Red Crepe Myrtle is a distinctive, deciduous tree that is often easy to identify thanks to its individualized and captivating aesthetics. While they are available in a variety of flower colors, the crimson blooms stand apart with stunning flair. The tree thrives in areas ranging from the Arizona desert to the coastal Atlantic states from Florida to Massachusetts. Why should you consider planting this tree in your yard? Bring Pollinators to Your Yard With Red Crepe Myrtle It emits fragrant tree sap. This sap, as well as the blooms, draws bees and roughly 30 other insect species to your yard. These beneficial insects act as pollinators for the other plants in your garden. In addition, beautiful birds are drawn to both the tree and the insects that are attracted to it, making the tree a vital part of a healthy ecosystem on your property. While they attract insects, these are generally beneficial insects that feed on other pests. By drawing these useful insects to your yard, you can dramatically and naturally reduce the number of unwanted and harmful bugs that otherwise may thrive in the space.  the High Of The Red Crepe Myrtle They are trees that generally have multiple trunks that fan outward. While there are different varieties of these trees that grow to different heights, they generally reach 10 to 20 feet tall with wide branch coverage that spans 15 feet. The trees grow up to three feet each year, making them well-suited for bolstering privacy. While the trees look lovely standing in the middle of a yard, many people choose to grow them along a fence line to take advantage of their foliage. The Unique Bark of The Red Crepe Myrtle Red Crepe Myrtle has smooth bark that is usually pinkish-gray. The green leaves are typically small and oval-shaped, and they turn gorgeous shades of orange and yellow in the fall before falling off for the winter. The petals have a crimped look that makes the flowers look full. The yellow centers stand beautifully apart from the crimson petals.

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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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Red Flowering Dogwood

Red Flowering Dogwood

Red Flowering Dogwood is a fiery rose blooming favorite and an ornamental tree with numerous landscaping benefits. It brings a range of advantages that contribute to the overall appeal and ecological health of the surrounding environment. Red Flowering Dogwood, also known as Cornus florida var. rubra, is a vibrantly colored species that stands apart from most other trees. If you plant one in your yard, you'll enjoy its eye-catching colors from spring through fall. The Intense Colors Of Red Flowering Dogwood These trees delight those who want to experience fall-like colors throughout the growing season! When spring arrives, they're covered in bright rose flowers that could make you swear it's already fallen. Don't worry, though, because these trees also transform into a reddish-purple color to celebrate autumn's arrival.  The brightly colored flowers will undoubtedly catch everyone's attention, but they're not the end of the show! Shortly after the flowers appear, there will also be reddish leaves that eventually turn into a classic green color. However, there's still one more trick left in these oval-shaped leaves, as they will transform again for the fall season. Crimson is the best word to describe how these leaves end their lifecycle, giving you a brilliant display of color. The Berries Of Red Flowering Dogwood The leaves will eventually fall to the ground during the fall season, but this tree still isn't fully revealing itself. Fall time is when the berries come into the picture, and they'll keep the rose-red around for a little longer. If you enjoy looking at birds, you'll want to invest in at least one of these trees, as wildlife of all types will flock to its berries. The Bark Of The Red Flowering Dogwood The bark of these trees is yet another thing that helps set it apart. Made of a unique and attractive light gray color, the bark will be pretty smooth and delicate during the early years of its life. Once it begins to age, you'll notice a scale-like texture appearing. Although this may remove its former smoothness, it adds another compellingly beautiful aspect to these relatively short trees. Regarding their height, Red Flowering Dogwood will only reach 20-30 feet, making it ideal for planting around your home. Give yourself and your entire neighborhood a tree to capture everyone's attention.

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Red Hot Poker

Red Hot Poker

Red Hot Poker's elongated tubular flower spikes, often in fiery scarlet, orange, and yellow shades, create a visually appealing focal point. These vivid hues inject energy and vibrancy into gardens, making them ideal for spaces that need a pop of color. Red Hot Poker is a unique perennial plant that words can't do justice. As the name suggests, they have a scarlet color, they look fiery, and they're shaped like a poker. But we find that they have an almost torch-like appearance, one that comes in a color resembling the many shades of a sunset. But while their look draws you in, they offer so much more. Here's why you should have some Kniphofia in your garden. Kniphofia tends to bloom from late spring into early fall, meaning you can enjoy these gorgeous, bi-color flowers throughout the year. This is especially true if you switch up the varieties in your garden and add some different colors, which only enhances the look of your space when the different-colored Kniphofia bloom. Red Hot Poker Is Great At Attracting Pollinators Do you need more pollinators in your garden to help your other plants thrive? If so, look no further than this perennial. These gorgeous flowers don't just catch our eye; they're also adept at attracting pollinators like hummingbirds and bees, ensuring that your garden and other yard areas are adequately pollinated. Red Hot Poker Will Help You Drive Away Pesky Animals  There may be some plants you're okay with eating wildlife, while others, like Kniphofia, may be plants you want to keep around and enjoy. If you fall into the latter category, you'll be pleased to know that these flowers attract pollinators but drive away potential predators like rabbits or deer, which aren't fans of the texture of Kniphofia's leaves. Red Hot Poker Is Drought-Resistant  Having a plant that you must put a lot of hard work into can be rewarding, but you sometimes want a break and want to plant something that takes quickly and thrives even in harsher environments. The Red Hot Poker is drought-resistant and proliferates, so you can put some color in your garden without worrying about whether your Kniphofia will make it once you've established it in your space.

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Red Osier Dogwood

Red Osier Dogwood

One of the benefits of Red Osier Dogwood is its stems. These brilliant red branches stand out against the white backdrop of snow, creating a visually appealing contrast that adds interest to the landscape. Additionally, the shrub's deciduous foliage turns a rich burgundy in the fall, contributing to the seasonal variety and enhancing the overall appeal of the landscape. Red osier dogwood, sometimes called red twig rather than osier, is a deciduous shrub that stands out for its distinct coloring, prominent size, and much more. If you're looking to vary the look of your space and incorporate something different that stands out among some of your other plants, this is a beautiful choice. Here's how this shrub can elevate your garden to the next level. Red Osier Dogwood Adds Color Throughout the Year It is a uniquely colorful shrub with something to offer your garden throughout the year. In the early summer, small bunches of white flowers bloom and add a touch of delicate beauty to your space. After blooming, this shrub produces white berries and leaves that start to turn with the seasons. When everything falls off the shrub, it reveals the vibrant crimson branches underneath, providing color throughout the year. Red Osier Dogwood Attracts Rare Wildlife and Pollinators  Both the flowers and the berries of this shrub serve as food sources for butterfly larvae, songbirds, and bees. Not only will these be a joy to see flittering and floating about your garden, but they also pollinate the flowers of this shrub and surrounding plants. There are some areas of our yard where we need help growing most plants. But is that an issue with this shrub? It actually loves moisture, making it more well-suited for areas of your property where other things may not take. Better yet, it proliferates and is relatively hardy. These shrubs can reach a towering six to nine feet tall and wide, so they'll make themselves known once they've established themselves in your yard. Red Osier Dogwood Helps With Soil Erosion Red Osier Dogwood spreads fast, which can be beneficial if you're growing it in areas where the spreading root systems can take hold and reduce the soil erosion your space would otherwise encounter. If you're tired of looking at roots, these shrubs may also reduce the amount of weed growth in the area. It's a bonus as you see beautiful shrubs yearly and benefit from weedless, healthy soil.

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Red Trillium

Red Trillium

Red Trillium is a highly fragrant woody perennial plant with three maroon or deep scarlet petals typically found in eastern North America. Its appearance adds a splash of color to forest floors in the spring. This captivating perennial plant is native to North America and offers many benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs.   It is a short, flowering plant that is an attractive addition to any landscape. It features broad clusters of leaves, small flowers, and several narrow stalks that fan out from a central root system. It can get up to a foot tall and 18 inches wide. This petite plant is a charming flower to feature in flower beds or decorative borders. The appealing texture of its leaves creates a pleasant backdrop for other small flowers, or landscapers can use thick clusters of this plant to fill in space between larger shrubs. The Gorgeous Leaves of Red Trillium Each leaf can reach around six inches in width. They have a teardrop shape, broad, rounded base, and delicately pointed tip. Leaves are usually a medium kelly green with hints of olive or yellow. Pronounced veins run along the entire leaf, giving your garden plenty of texture. This plant's attractive leaves grow in groups of three. Each upright stalk has three leaves that stretch out horizontally from the center. Red Trillium Has a Long Blooming Season Red Trillium has gorgeous flowers that appear each spring. The dark, burgundy flowers have three long, teardrop-shaped petals surrounding a cluster of white stamens in the center. Each flower is backed by three decorative bracts that peek out between each petal. These specialized leaves are typically olive green with a thin line of burgundy around their edge. Usually, one flower appears on each plant stalk, so the typical cluster of leaves can have around three to eight flowers. Red Trillium Bloom Time The flowers of Red Trillium start appearing in March and can last until June so that gardeners can enjoy the lovely blossoms for months. Once the flowers fall off the plant, trim, reddish fruit begins to grow in their place. These glossy orbs continue to add visual interest to the plant throughout the summer. As temperatures drop, leaves turn a pleasant yellow shade. They then go dormant over winter before sending out fresh, green shoots again in the early spring.

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Red Tulip

Red Tulip

Red Tulip is a spring-blooming bulbous plant with vibrant red petals and a classic shape. They add a bold burst of color to gardens and landscapes and are popular flowering plants with a broad spectrum of landscaping benefits. With their vibrant colors and elegant shape, they can improve the visible attraction of any outdoor space, from gardens to public parks. Their aesthetic qualities, adaptability, and symbolism make them a valuable addition to landscaping designs. One of the primary benefits of incorporating them into landscaping is their striking visual impact. The Colors Of Red Tulip Draw Attention To The Surroundings They can create focal points within a landscape, guiding the eye and creating a sense of harmony with other plants and features. These flowers are known for their ability to signify passion, love, and boldness. When used strategically in landscaping, they can produce powerful emotions and create a sense of drama in the outdoor environment. They can create themed areas or highlight certain landscape aspects, such as pathways or entrances. Another advantage is their adaptability to various growing conditions. They can thrive in garden beds and containers, making them versatile for different landscaping styles. Additionally, they are relatively easy to grow, making them an excellent choice for both experienced gardeners and beginners. Their lifecycle also contributes to their value in landscaping. These plants bloom in the spring, providing a burst of color after the gray days of winter. Their blooming period aligns with the awakening of many other plants, creating a harmonious transition between seasons in the landscape. In conclusion, they offer numerous benefits in landscaping due to their visual appeal, adaptability, and symbolism. These flowers can enhance the aesthetics of outdoor spaces, evoke emotions, and serve as focal points. Their ability to thrive in various conditions and their seasonal blooming pattern make them valuable for creating dynamic and captivating landscapes. Whether used in gardens, public parks, or residential areas, they can contribute to the overall beauty and character of the environment.  The Red Tulip is a mesmerizing and iconic flower that captivates the hearts of admirers worldwide with its enchanting beauty. This stunning perennial plant belongs to the Liliaceae family and is renowned for its vibrant and eye-catching appearance. The most striking feature of it is its captivating blossoms. These elegant flowers boast a graceful, goblet-shaped form with slender stems that can reach varying heights depending on the specific variety. The petals are velvety and richly hued in shades of crimson and scarlet, creating a striking contrast with their deep green leaves. The flower's vibrant hue symbolizes love, passion, and romance, making it famous for romantic bouquets and garden displays. Red Tulip Blooms Early Spring The plant is a herald of spring, often one of the first flowers to bloom as winter's chill recedes. Its emergence from the cold, dark earth is a symbol of renewal and hope, signifying the arrival of warmer days and the rejuvenation of nature. This early bloom time makes it a cherished addition to spring gardens and floral arrangements, bringing joy and color to landscapes after months of dormancy. Its allure extends beyond its visual appeal. Its enchanting fragrance is a delicate blend of floral notes with a hint of sweetness, adding an extra dimension to its sensory charm. The aroma is not overbearing but subtle and inviting, drawing admirers closer to visually and aromatically appreciating its beauty. Red Tulip Is Very Hardy Gardeners and flower enthusiasts cherish its ease of cultivation and adaptability to various climates. Whether planted in formal flower beds, wildflower meadows, or window boxes, it flourishes, creating a breathtaking spectacle in gardens across the globe. In summary, the Red Tulip symbolizes elegance, love, and the promise of spring. Its velvety crimson petals, graceful form, and delicate fragrance make it a timeless favorite among flower enthusiasts, evoking joy and anticipation as it heralds the arrival of a new season. This iconic bloom's enduring beauty continues to captivate hearts and minds, enriching our world with its radiant charm.

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Red Weigelia

Red Weigelia

Red Weigelia is a deciduous ornamental plant known for its profusion of tubular, dark scarlet to pinkish scarlet flowers that attract pollinators and add a splash of color to garden landscapes. It is a versatile and attractive shrub commonly used in landscaping to enhance the aesthetic appeal of outdoor spaces. With its stunning trumpet-shaped flowers and unique foliage, this plant brings several benefits to landscaping projects. It is one of several attractive cultivars developed after the flowers were imported to England from Japan in 1845. Scarlet is only one of the colors present in this array of cultivars, and others include pink, purple, or even orange. But the crimson version is among the prettiest, especially when combined with the finely tapered and slightly serrated leaves. Red Weigelia Has Tons Of Flowers Although not broad or showy, the flowers still make a lasting impact because of the purity of their color and the fineness of their shape. The delicateness of their 2-inch length belies their incredible hardiness. They often bloom from the last frost until the first frost, dominating the space below the 12-inch line in the garden. These fantastic flowers don't just look good, either. These trumpet-shaped blooms smell like sweet citrus, filling the air with a delightful aroma that attracts human visitors to the garden and pollinators. The Leaves Of Red Weigelia The leaves are about 4 or 5 inches long, slender, and finely tapered. They form an eye-pleasing green bed that accentuates the marvelous blooms throughout the spring and summer into fall. The petioles are short, which allows the leaves to overlap one another for a splendid layered effect. In bright sunshine, especially on dewy mornings, the light will reflect off the flowers, lending their hue to the leaves and creating a pleasing multicolored effect. Red Weigelia Is Great for a Tiered Presentation Because Red Weigelia and its flowers grow only to about a foot in height, taller plants of the same or similar colors can be planted behind them, creating the tiered look. These flowers look smashing, surrounding a focal point in a garden, such as an imposing tree. Combining them with an epiphytic plant of the same color that climbs the trunk creates a quirky and beautiful botanical palette. Red Weigelia attracts different species of pollinators, which is crucial for the garden's success and the environment. The leaves are also a necessary part of the life cycle of certain butterflies, which adds to the plant's beneficial environmental impact.

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Shasta Daisy

Shasta Daisy

Shasta daisy plants are the "he loves me, he loves me not" flower. They're prized for their vibrant yellow center and vibrant white petal blooms, making them one of Spring and Summer's most desired perennials in flower beds and gardens. The Latin name for this beauty is Leucanthemum x superbum. It's a classic perennial plant that is low-maintenance and thrives in a variety of soils. These plants are known for their large daisy blooms, with many layers of petals on each plant supported by one stalk. The plant reaches 36-44" inches in a garden.  Shasta Daisy Plant's Unique Characteristics  We've all seen them: flowers, perhaps on the side of the road or in a neighbor's front yard, with stunning white petals and centers as golden yellow as the setting sun. For good reason, the Shasta Daisy is one of the most iconic flowers in America (even though it didn't originate in America).  This sturdy, stout flower is as beautiful as it is vital - much like America. It's a lovely addition to any outdoor space, and in the following post, we will tell you everything you need to know about it.  Is the Shasta Daisy Plant Pretty?  From stem to stamen, the Shasta Daisy is a stunning flower partly because of the stark contrast of colors it creates. The central disk is filled with tiny stamens that become gilded when pollen is produced. The pollen gives this flower's center its iconic yellow burn. Layers of pure white daisy petals around the central stamen cluster grow with soft, textured surfaces. The petals resemble clean linens, giving this flower its pure, untainted aesthetic. When taken in tandem with the bright yellow hub, the leaves of the Shasta Daisy create a stunning contrast that has become synonymous with summer beauty and leisure. A single stem supports each flower, and the petals bloom upward initially and then spread out laterally. This creates a bright effect evocative of the rising morning sun and its alabaster rays. The stem is thin green and primarily grows upright, allowing the flower to become the focal point. The Shasta Daisy naturally grows in clumps but can be cultivated more orderly with some essential maintenance. The plants can grow to about 2-3 feet tall at maturity.  One of the things that attracts many home gardeners and professional landscapers to the Shasta Daisy is that the petals are as white as anything seen in the natural world. This can provide an excellent backdrop for more colorful flowers. It can also affect a classic, clean aesthetic as the star of your outdoor spaces. Shasta Daisy plants have even been used to accent the paint of commercial and residential properties.  The  Shasta Daisy is a gorgeous flower that can quickly become a garden or landscape's main point of interest Benefits of the Shasta Daisy Plant It's hard to think of a more iconic flower than the Shasta Daisy. But this perennial has more to offer than just good looks. Look at the following list of Shasta Daisy benefits to see what we mean: Excellent Bouquet Flowers - The Shasta Daisy is an essential flower in your garden if you like to make floral arrangements. As cut flowers, these daisies can last for a week or more, and the white coloration of their petals allows for a clean canvas to paint a blooming masterpiece.  Larger Than Other Daisy Species   Compared to flowers like the Oxeye Daisy and others, the Shasta Daisy is more significant. It blooms wider and has a larger central cluster of stamens. This can be an advantage for people who want as much color and coverage as possible from a daisy.  Can Daisy Perennials Be Planted in Various Soil Types? Yes, they can! Daisies often grow wild because they are naturally hardy flowers. The Shasta Daisy is no exception. It can thrive in various well-drained soil types and is highly disease and pest-resistant. So, no matter what kind of soil you are working with, you will likely be able to grow them.  Habitat-Friendly Shasta Daisy This lovely perennial plant produces pollen that attracts pollinators like bees and repels pests. It is an excellent choice for any gardening enthusiast who wants to help support their local bee population. Naturalized Plants The Shasta Daisy is the culmination of cross-breeding by the legendary botanist and horticulturist Luther Burbank. Burbank helped naturalize the Shasta Daisy, native to parts of Europe. Today, gardeners and landscapers can reap the benefits of Burbank's hard work by quickly planting and maintaining these beautiful perennials.  As a naturalized species, the Shasta Daisy only requires a little maintenance once the root system has been established. You can also quickly get it to colonize if you want more growth. Shasta Daisy Plant F.A.Q.s  Now let's look at some of the essential facts about the Shasta Daisy plant:   Where do Shasta Daisies Grow Best? A: The Shasta Daisy grows best in full sun with less nutrient-rich soil. The soil will likely have more foliage than actual blooms if it is rich.   What is the Difference Between A Daisy and a Shasta Daisy Plant?  Though nearly identical in appearance, the Shasta Daisy is essentially a larger version of the common daisy or the Oxeye daisy. Its blooms are more prominent, and the clusters can grow more extensive than those of Oxeye daisies.  Should You Cut Back Shasta Daisy? You can deadhead the Shasta Daisy to extend the blooming season. After the first frost, cut the stems to stand between 1 and 2 inches above the soil.   Do Shasta Daisies Last All Summer?  Yes. The typical bloom time for the Shasta Daisy is June to September. So these flowers can provide your garden with color all year long.  What Month Do You Plant Shasta Daisies? It will depend on how you are planting them. If you are using containers, planting the seeds in spring or autumn would be best. If you put the plant directly in the ground, early fall or spring would be best.  Getting the Most Value for Your Gardening Here at T.N. Nursery, we want to spread the joy of gardening to as many people as possible. That's why our plants are of premium quality. Order from us to get the most from your gardening efforts. This perennial is native to Europe but has since naturized itself in many parts of the United States. It thrives in full sun or filtered shade, and soil richness isn't a major issue with this flowering native due to its resilience and stability when planted in various soil types.  It Is a Hardy Native Perennial That Is Offered Here At TN Nursery It creates a dramatic effect and a gorgeous backdrop in all garden settings, such as flower beds and gardens. It thrives in well-drained soil. It's a hardy perennial plant that is disease—and pest-resistant and does well in various conditions.   

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Pollinator plants enhance the environment by promoting bees, butterflies, and monarchs. Some excellent flowers are low-maintenance, easy to care for, and thrive in most zones and soils.  One of the most important ways a garden or landscaping stays healthy is by spreading pollen between flowers. Not only is pollination crucial for individual flowers' health, but pollination between flowers also helps produce more robust blooms, stronger roots, and a healthier appearance in your garden.

 

How The Wind Helps Pollinator Plants

Although the wind plays a significant role in pollinating, insects help achieve the highest pollen spread. When bees, butterflies, or other pollinating insects land on and gently burrow into the middle of a flower or other bloom, the tiny hairs on their body collect pollen, which is then transferred to bloom after bloom as they collect nectar for their hive or get the energy they need to fly and survive.

Attract Wildlife With Pollinator Plants

Adding these is a great way to attract pollinating insects to your yard or garden. These flowers usually have bright or showy blooms that attract these insects. As they move between these brighter and Pollinator plants, they often land on less showy varieties and shrubs to help spread their pollen. This helps provide another energy source for the flowers and is essential for flower reproduction and a healthy landscape. Since they often have the brightest and showiest blooms, they can create a visual focal point in your garden or help break up large areas of shrubs or similar flowers. A variety of flowers in several colors will also help attract the highest number of pollinating insects.

Save the Bees And Butterflies With Pollinator Plants

Along with helping to create a healthy garden, using flowers to attract bees and butterflies can also help develop larger yields on fruit trees or grapevines. Outside of your garden, allowing these types of insects to thrive also has the added benefit of helping the environment overall. A US Department of Agriculture study showed that around 75% of the world's Pollinator plants and just over 33% of the world's food crops depend on pollinating insects such as these.