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Tulip Tree Tulip Tree: Liriodendron tulipifera, or the tulip tree, is a North American native deciduous species many gardeners love because it grows faster than many other trees. It thrives in most regions in the contiguous United States. The tulip tree attracts pollinators like bees, butterflies, songbirds, and small mammals—TN Nursery customers who love observing wildlife plant this tree to watch the buzz of activity. Other Names for the Liriodendron tulipifera You might also hear Liriodendron tulipifera, called by several names--each referring to the same tree. Tulip Poplar Yellow Popular Yellow-Poplar The Tulip Tree Is an Easy-Care Species The tulip tree is drought-resistant, deer-resistant, and easy to care for. To ensure success, find a fully sunny spot to plant the tulip tree and give it enough "elbow room" to spread out as it grows. During the earliest stages of development, enrich the soil with organic materials similar to what you'd expect to see on the floor of a fertile forest. Think shredded leaf litter, hardwood mulch, organic compost, or peat moss. Keep the area mulched with these materials to deliver nutrients to this tree--especially in the winter months in colder climate zones. The Lovely Appearance of the Tulip Tree The tulip tree is a tall, stately species that reaches a skyscraping height of up to 120 feet upon maturity, although they generally stay around 90 feet. The trunk is erect, and the tree can be up to six feet in diameter. The bark turns green to a warm brown and develops attractive furrows as it ages. The leaves are about six inches long and four-lobed and alternate along the stems. The leaves are bright green on the top side and lighter green on the underside. They turn amber and bright yellow in the autumn. Order Your Tulip Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery grows healthy and robust tulip trees for shipment to our customers--order yours today.
Black Walnut Tree$20.99
Black Walnut Trees are one of the most highly sought-after in the US. The black walnut tree wood is valued for furniture and cabinet making, and the nuts are a commercial crop. Flooring from this tree is also a deep and beautiful plus in high demand. Demand for this tree has been so high that it is now found in 29 states, including Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, and Mississippi. Nut husks can be used to produce edible oil. Its nuts inside are highly sought after for candy, cakes, and pies. Dress up your home with exquisite furniture made from a black walnut tree, or create a high-value niche market by planting them. You can hardly find a black walnut tree online or off, but TN Nursery has them! In minimal quantities. Black walnut is a valuable tree native to North America that is worth your attention. The black walnut had a rich history before humans settled in North America. Before the first arrival of Europeans, Native Americans were using nuts for weaving baskets and cooking. The wood was also used for making canoes, hats, and other crafts. With its rich history and high value, the black walnut deserves to be on your list of priorities. Take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy this tree's incredible value! Nut: Black walnuts are prized for their flavor and aroma The black shell is prized for its difficulty in extracting the nut from the shell. The black walnut tree has a high crown and is identified by its deep green leaves. Black walnuts are the most valuable nut-producing tree native to North America. The tree's wood is used for furniture, cabinetry, and other purposes. After removal from their husks, the nuts are often eaten raw because nothing else tastes like them. Buy Black Walnut Trees Online at TN Nursery and Get Fast Shipping
Sycamore Tree (Plantus occidentalis) Sycamore Tree: Plantus occidentalis, or the American sycamore tree, is a deciduous North American native species. It originated on the continent's east coast, stretching from southern Canada to northern Mexico. The sycamore tree is a tall, emerald green specimen, prized by landscapers and gardeners for its abundant shade, dense crown, and graceful good looks. The Sycamore Tree Is Good-Natured It grows well in most continental USDA growing zones, equally able to tolerate icy winters and summer heat. Its easygoing nature can thrive in soil with high moisture content but is drought-tolerant. It prefers a location that provides a combination of sun and shade. However, it can tolerate full sunshine if you keep the soil moist, especially during long and hot summer days. As an eastern forest native species, the sycamore tree loves woody organic matter. Your tree would love for you to put some hardwood mulch around it, especially mixing in some organics when you first plant your tree. Once you meet those two basic needs, your sycamore tree will establish roots and become self-sufficient faster than you can imagine. The Stately, Grand Appearance of the Sycamore Tree The sycamore tree is a grand, tall species that can grow up to one hundred feet and almost that wide at the crown. The crown is pleasantly shaped, rounded at the top, and usually slightly asymmetrical. The branches and leaves are dense, creating plenty of shade to relax on a hot day. Sycamore tree has a sturdy trunk with nutty brown to dark gray bark near the base, often mottled with red tones. It develops scales around the base. The upper bark lightens to a lighter tone as the bark exfoliates and exposes a fresh, more delicate layer. Sycamore tree leaves have three to five lobes, alternate on the stem, have slightly toothy edges, and are broad and oval-shaped. Their color is a bold green color. In the autumn, the leaves usually turn yellow or amber. Order Your Sycamore Tree From TN Nursery Today A sycamore tree is a gorgeous specimen that will grow almost anywhere, adding immense charm and beauty. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Hornbeam Tree (Carpinus caroliniana) Hornbeam Tree: Carpinus caroliniana, the hornbeam tree, is a deciduous landscaping tree native to the eastern United States. Gardeners love this tree, which grows in most USDA plant hardiness zones, for its compact shape, narrow trunk, and large, leafy crown. The short-statured hornbeam tree is a cousin to a larger tree, the American beech tree. Like the beech, the hornbeam tree loves moist soil, full sun to filtered sun, and is resilient against drought. Carpinus caroliniana is heat-tolerant, drought-tolerant, disease-resistant, and pest-resistant. Plant it in an appropriate location in soil amended with hardwood mulch and give it an inch of water each week. The hornbeam tree is undemanding and requires very little care. How TN Nursery Customers Use the Hornbeam Tree in Their Landscape TN Nursery customers love this adaptable, easy-care tree, putting it to use as a feature in the following settings: Butterfly garden or pollinator garden: The springtime flowers attract early-season songbirds, butterflies, bees, and moths. As a specimen in a small yard: The petite size of the hornbeam tree makes it the perfect specimen for a smaller property. Understory tree: Some pair the hornbeam tree in the filtered shade of taller species to fill empty spots in their yards. Because it loves partial shade, it's an ideal understory tree. Urban garden: The small scale of the hornbeam tree--especially its narrow trunk--means it can work in an urban garden setting. Carpinus caroliniana Has Several Common Names Besides hornbeam tree, you might hear these other names for Carpinus caroliana: American Hornbeam Blue Beech Ironwood Musclewood Muscle Wood Water Beech The Hornbeam Tree Proves the Adage True: Great Things Really Do Come in Small Packages Carpinus caroliniana reaches only twenty to forty feet tall at maturity, and the rounded canopy is about the same width. It has a slender, gray trunk that has a proportional appearance to the height and a ridged texture. The leaves are a blue-green color on the top and paler underneath. Each leaf will be between three to five inches long and up to two inches wide. Leaves are oval, alternate along the stem, and have serrated edges. Small yellow flowers appear in the springtime. Order Your Hornbeam Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests the hornbeam tree for those who want a lovely, small tree that requires little care. Please place your order today.
Sourwood Tree Sourwood Tree: Oxydendrum arboreum, or the sourwood tree, is a deciduous native to the southeastern hardwood forests of the United States. The sourwood tree is a smaller species, reaching a maximum height of twenty to thirty feet. TN Nursery recommends the sourwood tree to customers who wish for a tree that will look great without overshadowing the entire yard. You might also hear gardeners refer to Oxydendrum arboreum by these alternative common names: Sorrel tree Lily of the valley tree How to Use the Sourwood Tree in Your Landscape TN Nursery customers put the sourwood tree to work in these types of spaces: Pollinator garden or butterfly garden: Sourwood tree attracts bees, butterflies, moths, and other insects that spread pollen. Urban garden or park: Sourwood trees can add lovely color in urban or suburban applications without becoming overly large in small spots. Native species garden: This tree is a beautiful specimen if you want to show off North American plants. Landscape tree: Add color to an otherwise empty yard with the beautiful sourwood tree. Beekeeping: Beekeepers often express interest in this tree, as the bees use the sourwood tree's nectar to produce rich honey. Sourwood Tree Might be a Small Tree, But It Has a Big, Beautiful Presence The sourwood tree trunk is slender, approximately eight to twelve inches in diameter, which is well-proportioned when considering the shorter height. The bark is dark gray with attractive light scaling. Sourwood tree leaves are dark green, slightly glossy, and shaped like an elongated oval. The leaf has a slightly toothy edge. In the autumn, they generally turn crimson, burgundy, or purple. The essential oils of the leaves are sour tasting, lending the tree its common name. Sourwood tree flowers are a creamy white color and bell-shaped. They are similar to lily of the valley flowers, providing an alternate common name. The flowers droop from the stem and have a pleasant, sweet fragrance. They bloom during mid-summer. Order Your Sourwood Tree From TN Nursery Today The sourwood tree is lovely and will only overshadow a little space. It's perfect for a small yard or as a tree to create a small shade garden. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Beech Tree (Fabus grandifolia) Beech Tree: Fabus grandifolia, the beech tree, is a handsome tree native to North America. The beech tree originated in the hardwood forests of the eastern seaboard and became a favorite across most USDA growing zones. Today, you will find it flourishing from the woods of Maine to northern Florida and west as far as Oklahoma and across Texas to the Mexican border. Besides the name beech tree, you might hear these other nicknames for this lovely species: American Beech Beechnut Tree Red Beech Ridge Beech White Beech Beech Tree Care Requirements As a forest native, the beech tree prefers full sun to a partially shaded spot in your yard. It also loves rich, woodsy soil and sufficient moisture without overwatering. The beech tree requires little to no care once it establishes its roots and can exist on minimal rainfall. But at first, you would do well to amend the soil with hardwood mulch and give it about an inch of water each week. After it matures, the beech tree is drought-tolerant, heat-tolerant, cold-tolerant, and disease-resistant. The Grand Good Looks of the American Beech Tree The beech tree is a medium-height tree with a mature height of sixty to eighty feet wide and a canopy measuring forty to sixty feet across. The crown forms an attractive domed shape. The trunk can reach as much as three feet in diameter and has a relatively smooth, attractive gray bark. The oblong leaves of the beech tree alternate on the zig-zag stems. They measure up to five inches long and two or three inches wide. They have toothy margins and tend to cluster towards the tips of the branches. The leaves are deep green and glossy on the top and lighter green on the bottom. The tree has tiny yellow flowers that bloom in the spring and produce the famous edible beech nut. Order Your Beech Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery offers the American beech tree, a native species that grows across almost the entire country. Please place your order with us today.
River Birch Tree$26.99
River Birch Tree (Betula nigra) River Birch: Betula nigra, or the river birch, is a medium-sized, easy-growing, multi-trunked tree that is a native species to the central, eastern, and southern United States. They flourish across the warmer USDA growing zones. They prefer a hot and humid summer climate and consistently moist soil. However, they will also tolerate short dry spells. If you face that challenge, your river birch tree would appreciate a nice drink from a soaker hose. In nature, it grows along river beds and in fertile flood plains. Try to recreate those conditions when you plant your river birch. So find a partially sunny spot and add a generous scoop of peat moss, mulch, or compost to promote vigorous root growth. The river birch makes a gorgeous addition to your water garden, pond, or near streams on your property. Some Additional Names for Betula nigra Besides river birch, here are some other familiar names you may hear to describe this species: Black Birch Red Birch Weeping River Birch Water Birch The Graceful Beauty of the River Birch Tree The river birch is a beautiful and graceful species with a multi-trunked, oval formation. The crown is rounded, well-shaped, and pleasing to the eye. The bark of the trunk and branches is silvery-gray to light brown and smooth on younger trees. As the river birch matures, the bark exfoliates in papery strips, which adds an interesting textural element. River birch leaves are generally two to four inches long and under three inches wide. They alternate on the stems, are oval-shaped with a distinct point, and have visible veins. In the earliest weeks of spring, the river birch produces light green, three-inch, cylinder-shaped flowers. Order Your River Birch Tree From TN Nursery TN Nursery proudly produces some of the most robust river birch trees. We dig each plant fresh and ship it quickly to ensure plant health--please place your order today.
Elm Tree American Elm Tree: Ulmus americana is a Large, Tall, Flowering Tree. This Tree is a North American Native with a USDA hardy zone designation of 2 – 9. The Tree's habitat stretches from Florida to Newfoundland west to North Dakota and Texas. It is a tree primarily found in wetlands or other moist sites. The Tree can increase and can reach a height of 80 to 130 feet, with a width of around 60 and 120 feet. The top portion of this Tree has a vase-shaped, symmetrical crown with spreading branches adorning it. Buyers have the luxury of selecting from various available canopy sizes to suit their particular shading needs. The bark of this Tree is a dark grayish-brown color and contains broad ridges with diamond-shaped fissures. American Elm is Well Tolerant and Drought Resistant to Shade, Street, and Lawn Tree Each leaf has about 15 pairs of veins, with the two sides of the leaf's base being noticeably uneven. The leaf's surface is green and usually smooth, while the undersides are paler and downy. These leaves typically turn into a light yellowish color in the fall. Although not noticeable to people, these tiny flowers attract bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. Seed pods form as light-green wafer-like pockets, turning into a pale tan color. The Tree prefers the sun and is a long-lived, hardy tree. These Elm trees are tolerant of drought and urban conditions and do not have a high maintenance cost. They adapt quickly to extremes in soil PH, including moisture, heat, and wind tolerance. Buy here online, Tree. It is a tall tree that yields flowers during the Spring and ample foliage in the Summer and Fall months. When the Tree reaches full maturity, its maximum height can be as tall as 130 feet, but more commonly seen are maximum heights ranging between 60 to 80 feet. This Tree is best grown in USDA Growing 2-9 and reaches a maximum spread of up to 70 feet in peak growth conditions. Its first blooming period occurs between the mid-to-late Spring months of March and April. Blooms of the Tree are noted for their distinctive red-green tinge. The Tree is very well-tolerant to a wide variety of environmental conditions and is well-known for its ability to stay healthy during droughts. The Tree grows best with direct exposure to sunlight, though it is well-adapted to partially shaded conditions. Furthermore, the Tree is well-adapted to wet and dry growing conditions and is also frequently grown in urban environments. Leaves are commonly elliptical and reach full maturity between April in May. The Tree can be used as a shade, street, and lawn tree. American Elm is For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping
White Hibiscus Syriacus White Hibiscus Syriacus is a glorious species and wildly popular among TN Nursery customers. White Hibiscus Syriacus can reach approximately twelve feet tall and become eight feet wide. The lovely, angelic white blossoms are perfect for attracting pollinators to your garden or as a focal piece in any garden bed. The White Hibiscus Syriacus is native to Asia--the South China Sea region. However, it performs beautifully in North America's moderate USDA growing zones. It's an easy-care plant, unconcerned about soil conditions. Indeed, it thrives in several growing mediums, including rocky soil, sand, or clay. All it requires is a place in the garden with adequate drainage. Gardeners who often have water restrictions love this flowering shrub because it is resilient against drought. You can water it occasionally during a dry spell--it will recover quickly. Other Well-Known Names for the White Hibiscus Syriacus Shrubs The hibiscus shrub, whether referring to white or any other colors in the family, also carries other common names, including these: Hibiscus White Cashmere Rose of China Shrub Althea Rose-of-Sharon Rose of Sharon Don't let the nicknames fool you--hibiscus shrubs are no relation to standard garden roses. White Hibiscus Syriacus Will Attract Helpful Visitors to Your Backyard The bright white petals and slightly cupped shape beckon bumblebees, hummingbirds, moths, and butterflies to your white hibiscus syriacus. In addition to pollinator species, ground-feeding birds love the lush green foliage. It makes a perfect hiding place for their nests, as they will have plenty of camouflage to hide from predators. It's also worth mentioning that whitetail deer seem deterred by the fragrance of the Rose of Sharon plant. They'd rather feast on something less floral. White Hibiscus Syriacus Is a Gardener's Favorite Species Flowers adorn White Hibiscus Syriacus by mid-summer. Gardeners in the southernmost growing zones might enjoy the showy blossoms until the middle or end of fall. These crepe-textured flowers are large, measuring as much as four inches wide. They are a crisp, bright white--popping against the leaves. Flowers have a double layer of five petals. The flower's center is a cheerful light yellow. Hibiscus blossoms generally last for a single day, but a replacement emerges soon. The glossy, rich green foliage on the white hibiscus syriacus is also stunning. Alternating leaves on the stems have toothy edges that give it an intriguing texture. Order Your White Hibiscus Syriacus from TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests White Hibiscus Syriacus for any gardener who wants an easy-care shrub with late-season white flowers--place your order with us today.
Hickory Nut Tree$25.99
Discover the hardwood wonder of hickory trees! Hickory trees (Carya ovata) are unique. Not only are they hard, durable, and easy to work with, but their wood has a unique grain pattern and warm, earthy hue that adds a rustic charm to any project. Their resistance to rot and insects makes them one of the best choices for outdoor furniture, and they act as excellent sound absorbers indoors. Bring the natural beauty of hickory into your projects. Hickory is the perfect addition to your home or garden with its exceptional strength and stylish looks. Whether you’re creating furniture or flooring, hickory will give your home a unique touch that stands out from the rest. The shell of the nuts can be challenging, but the nuts inside are delicious. Hickories are used in the production of smoking meats and are good firewood. Hickory trees clean the air and produce edible nuts. Hickories produce valuable fruit as food, produce healthy oil from seeds, clean the air, and provide excellent firewood. Hickory trees are hardwoods that hold up well for furniture or other construction needs with their tough wood. They grow anywhere from 20-40 feet tall. You can find hickories in any climate zone because they adapt to different environments. Do you want to make sure your house lasts for generations? Make it with Hickory! Hickory wood is dense and durable so you can rely on it! This miracle tree grows anywhere from Hickory Nut Trees are a Squirrel's Main Food Source It would help if you had some Hickory hardwood for your next furniture project. If you're looking to replace, upholster, or refinish your furniture, then Hickory is the perfect wood for you. It is known for its extreme hardness and durability, which means it won't easily warp or scratch—even with heavy use. Hickory wood is expensive and difficult to find, so you'll have to drive yourself out of town to get it. Don't waste time traveling all over town; order online and have your Hickory wood delivered right to your door! Order Hickory Nut Trees online today and receive a discount! There are many uses for this tree, and landscaping is the greatest idea of all. If you have an open space in your backyard, you can plant a hickory tree. If you want to make some furniture or if you need firewood, Hickory is a good choice! If you want to produce meat with a unique flavor, go ahead and try barbecuing it with hickory wood! Buy Hickory Nut Trees at TN Nursery
Tree Of Heaven$24.99
Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) Tree of Heaven: Ailanthus altissima, or the tree of heaven, is a fast-growing tree that can reach as tall as seventy feet at maturity. The leaves resemble those of sumac. Others note that the three-foot leaves create a palm-like effect. When customers call TN Nursery requesting information on a tree that requires almost zero care, we often recommend this species. This tree thrives where others may fail. It cares nothing about soil quality, fertilizers, or water. It is cold-hardy, heat-tolerant, drought-resistant, pest-resistant, and disease-resistant. You must only put it in a sunny spot in a quick-draining location; it does not like wet roots. Tree of Heaven Grows Prolifically The Tree of Heaven is a Chinese native species well-adapted in the United States. It originally arrived in New York City in 1820 as an ornamental species. Across North America today, it grows naturally along ditch banks, at the edges of woods, as ornamentals in yards, and planted on slopes to prevent the need for mowing or weed-eating. Because it grows in thickets, it also provides a wind-break where needed. Underground roots create shoots in a quick reproduction cycle that will help you fill in bare areas in record time. Ailanthus altissima: One Tree, Many Names Besides Tree of Heaven, which describes the fast growth of this species, seemingly reaching to the skies, Ailanthus altissima has these other common names: Ailanthus Chinese sumac Copal Tree Deerwort Hardy Age Milk Ipecac Mist Flower Paradise-tree Rich Weed Stinking sumac Varnish tree White Sanicle White Snakeroot If you see these names, they each refer to the same species. The Stately Appearance of the Tree of Heaven The light green, elliptically-shaped, compound leaves have distinctly notched bases on each leaflet and serrated teeth at the edges. Springtime brings large clusters of golden flowers that make way for fruits that will attract many birds. Order Your Tree of Heaven From TN Nursery If you want a fast-growing tree that will multiply to fill in a natural area, TN Nursery recommends the Tree of Heaven for the job. Order today.
Memorial Tree - A Living Tribute$26.99
Memorial Tree - A Living Tribute to Your Loved One Memorial Tree: There might be no better way to honor a loved one than to plant a memorial tree. When you purchase from TN Nursery, you will receive a healthy, generously sized (three- to four-foot tall) sapling to pay tribute to a special loved one. Why Plant a Memorial Tree? Here are three top reasons TN Nursery customers choose to grow a memorial tree. Signifies strong family bonds: This living tribute provides a symbolic representation of all the branches of the person's family tree, and the canopy represents your beloved watching over loved ones on earth from heaven. Stewardship: Was your loved one a nature lover, gardener, hiker, or outdoor enthusiast? Then they understood stewardship of natural resources. Your beloved angel will smile down on you for carrying on their stewardship. A memorial tree keeps you closer: The cemetery can be foreboding and impersonal. However, planting a tree in your backyard or garden creates a restful spot. Add a bench after the tree gets taller to make a place where you can reflect on the special memories you shared. Memorial Tree Options As generational growers, we at TN Nursery understand the power of family. We will send our customers three beautiful Memorial Tree options, each sapling lovingly grown at our central Tennesse location. Here are the trees from which you can choose: Maple Tree: The familiar maple tree signifies abundance and leadership. Its story is one of victory over adversity. Maple trees are resilient, even to extreme cold and heat. That trait represents how perseverance leads to personal triumph. This tree could be an excellent choice if your loved one was a hard worker, leading the family from hard times to prosperity. Oak Tree: The stately oak tree represents wisdom and survival, even in the face of formidable odds. The oak tree starts in a hard acorn and must push out of the sturdy exterior and through the hard ground to grow. It is wise--patient enough to begin its emergence from that shell at the perfect time. Its strength helps it survive that journey to maturity. The oak tree will speak to the family of one who prevailed against all odds. Tulip Tree: A lovely flowering tree in the magnolia family, the tulip tree symbolizes beauty and grace. The tree blooms stunning large blossoms in the springtime every year, showing off soft pastel colors for all to enjoy. If your loved one loved all things whimsical and beautiful, the tulip tree would be a fantastic tribute. Order Your Memorial Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery would love the honor of helping your family create a living memorial for your beloved. We will dig the sapling with the utmost care and respect--please place your order today. Memorial trees are perfect for remembering and honoring those who have passed away. Plant the tree in someone's special honor and you will have years of memories to cherish. Tn Nursery will deliver that tree to your home or office. Give the gift of living on with a memorial tree! Give your loved one the best of both worlds - giving them the love they deserve while also making memories that will stay near you forever. Memorial trees are available at TN Nursery. Order your memorial tree today!
Fast Growing Trees - 6 Trees$101.99
Fast Growing Trees Package | 6 Trees | 3 - 4' Fast Growing Trees Package: Imagine this. You want to shade your yard but do not wish to wait decades to reap the benefits of nurturing a tree. TN Nursery hears that concern from customers regularly. In response to that concern, we assembled a fast-growing trees package. This kit is ready-to-grow and contains six robust three to four-foot seedlings that are easy to plant and care for--and they grow faster than most other trees. The fast-growing trees package is of tremendous value. You get not only the six trees but also the knowledge of our horticulture staff. We hand-select your collection based on your specific USDA growing zone. You will receive only trees suitable for your local growing conditions. Typical Items TN Nursery Might Include in Your Fast Growing Trees Package These are some typical inclusions for the fast-growing trees package. Yours will be custom-curated for you, but these represent a few of our favorite picks. Dogwood Tree: Profuse, cross-shaped white, pink, or red blossoms herald the arrival of warmer weather every spring. You'll also enjoy the lovely green foliage and elegant shape of the dogwood tree. Crepe Myrtle: The stunning white, pink, purple, or red crepe myrtle flowers will appear yearly during mid-summer. The blossoms produce attractive pods that will nourish wildlife during the following winter. Mulberry Tree: Pristine white blooms in the spring produce juicy mulberries to harvest and enjoy in the summertime. You can enjoy the fruit in delicious jams or jellies or leave it and watch the birds flock to it. Pecan Tree: This is a favorite for TN Nursery staff to tuck into the fast-growing trees package because we know customers in the proper zones will enjoy the lovely green foliage and the delicious nuts. Order Your Fast Growing Trees Package From TN Nursery Today Are you ready to grow shady trees in your yard? Please order the fast-growing trees package from TN Nursery today.