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Arrowwood Viburnum
Arrowwood Viburnum
Arrowwood Viburnum (Viburnum Dentatum) Arrowwood Viburnum: A small American native species, Viburnum dentatum, or Arrowwood Viburnum, is a shrub that is easy to love. That's because it flourishes in almost every USDA planting zone and either full sunshine or partial shade, with little to no help from you. Arrowwood Viburnum shrubs are a top pick for TN Nursery customers who request an easy-care species. Its bright white blossoms bloom early in the season and add color to the landscape when many other species are still asleep. How to Use Arrowwood Viburnum in Your Landscape Arrowwood Viburnum reaches a fully-grown height of approximately ten feet. However, many prefer to shape it to suit specific garden needs. Here are several ways to put this natural beauty to good use in your landscape: Mass plantings: Plant multiple Arrowwood Viburnum shrubs in mass plantings to hide an unsightly part of the yard. Indicate your property line or create a privacy shield from the neighbors. Natural area: Add an extra-attractive focal point to a natural area. Urban garden: This plant is a beautiful, low-care species perfect for an urban setting, park, or playground. Use it as a foundation planting around your home. Control the height by pruning it after it blooms to avoid blocking windows. Butterfly or pollinator garden: The abundant white flowers provide nectar for butterflies, bees, moths, and other insects during the first days of spring. Shade garden: Arrowwood Viburnum loves a mixed shade environment, serving as filler for an empty area that could use some life. The Rustic Beauty of Arrowwood Viburnum Arrowwood Viburnum gives off a rustic, charming feeling. In the springtime, the glorious, creamy flowers come out early. Each bloom is fairy-sized--under a quarter inch wide--and has five little petals that form a bell shape. Despite its petite size, it creates much visual impact as these tiny blossoms join together in large, showy clusters. The flowers fade away within a few weeks, and the four-inch, bright green leaves emerge for the season. The foliage of this shrub is beautiful, with oval, very toothy leaves, and a glossy finish. Order Your Arrowwood Viburnum From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery grows the most vigorous shrubs, trees, and plants imaginable. Order your Arrowwood Viburnum today with complete confidence in our decades of experience.
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Black Haw Viburnum
Black Haw Viburnum (Viburnum prunifolium) Black Haw Viburnum: Viburnum prunifolium, or the black haw viburnum, is an expansive, multi-stemmed flowering shrub native to North America. It flourishes in almost all USDA plant hardiness zones in the contiguous United States. It is just as happy in the cool climates of New England or the midwestern prairies as the hot, humid climate of Georgia or the Carolinas. Besides being at ease in many climate zones, the black haw viburnum has minimal care requirements. It prefers a looser, well-fertilized soil that drains well, about an inch of water every week, and it desires a sunny or partially sunny place of honor in your yard. After the roots strengthen, the black haw viburnum is drought-tolerant, heat-tolerant, cold-tolerant, pest-resistant, and disease-resistant. Where to Use Black Haw Viburnum in Your Landscape Black haw viburnum is an attractive choice for many settings, like these: Native Garden: Cultivating native species means hardy, resilient plants that require less maintenance. Pollinator Garden or Butterfly Garden: Black haw viburnum flowers attract pollinating insects--they cannot resist nectar inside the show-off puffy blossoms. Cutting Garden: These are beautiful flowers for making tall, elegant vase arrangements. Border Garden: Put black haw viburnum at the back row of a border and trim it to the perfect height. Urban Garden: Black haw viburnum is ideal for an urban garden--it requires little care in an area where access to gardening supplies may be challenging. Black Haw Viburnum Is More Than Just the Angelic White Flowers Black haw viburnum can grow as tall as twenty feet and fifteen feet wide, but you can keep it pruned to size. It tolerates your efforts at controlling it incredibly well. The leaves grow in an opposite arrangement in an oval shape along the stems. They have a bright green color, toothy margins, and a pointy tip. Fall colors will be red or purple. The flowers are tiny white flowers with yellow centers, each forming a cup shape. They merge to form prominent four- or five-inch clusters that appear like snowballs on the shrub. Order Black Haw Viburnum From TN Nursery Today Black haw viburnum is a lovely shrub that's hardy and easy to grow--order yours from TN Nursery today.
Green Velvet Boxwood
Green Velvet Boxwood (Buxus 'Green Velvet)  Green Velvet Boxwood: The Buxus 'Green Velvet' is a North American native species originating in Canada. It's an evergreen that performs well in a wide range of temperature zones--USDA plant hardiness zones four through nine. It's low-growing and rarely grows above five feet. This low-growth habit makes it perfect for many uses in your landscape design. It is also a species with a forgiving nature. It's deer-resistant, rabbit-resistant, and disease-resistant. It loves partial shade to partial sunshine and fertile, moist soil. While it likes the water, it does not like wet feet, so good drainage is a must. Once you establish those ideal growing conditions, the Green Velvet boxwood is a low-care species. Where to Use Green Velvet Boxwood in Your Gardens  Buxus Green Velvet is a petite shrub that can add gorgeous year-round color to even the most compact spaces. TN Nursery customers order this to use in a variety of ways. Here are a few:  In pots or containers: This small shrub is stunning when you let it flank your walkway or front door. Formal gardens: The species has a classic look, and you can shape it into a more structured shape. Foundation planting: Consider this shrub for any partially shaded parts around your home's foundation. Because it's so petite, you won't need to worry about it covering most windows. Border garden: This works beautifully in the middle to back of a garden border. A better definition of garden spaces: Plant a short hedge to define your landscape better. Shade garden: It's perfect for any filtered sunspots within your shade garden.  The Green Velvet Boxwood Is Small in Stature but Large in Style  This shrub is an ever-popular formal garden classic. People adore the small but densely-packed oval leaves. When the rest of your garden goes to "sleep" for the winter, this beauty will continue to provide color to your yard.  Order Green Velvet Boxwood from TN Nursery Today  TN Nursery lovingly hand-selects each order--you can be confident that you will receive quality plants from us. Please place your order today.
Staghorn Sumac Bush
 Sumac (Rhus typhina)  Sumac Tree: Rhus typhina, the lovely staghorn sumac, is a North American native species that grows exceptionally well in the moderate USDA growing zones. Staghorn sumac is an abundant plant in the United States. It can grow to be a tall shrub or small tree. The plant is drought-tolerant and usually pest and disease-free. It proliferates and forms extensive thickets. Another reason people choose this plant is to hold soil in place in areas where wind or water runoff erosion occurs. It forms colonies relatively quickly through a vigorous underground root system, becoming an effective erosion-control plant. It is a lovely ornamental deciduous shrub that will add intriguing texture and color to your landscape. How to Care for Sumac Staghorn sumac is easy to care for and resilient. Here is how you can support healthy growth. Where to plant staghorn sumac: Find a partially sunny location for your staghorn sumac. It can tolerate full sun or shade for a few hours daily, but it grows best in partly sunny spots.  Watering needs: While growing, staghorn sumac needs about an inch of water weekly. However, it is relatively drought-hardy once mature. Soil requirements: Staghorn sumac needs well-draining soil, preferably amended with woodsy organic matter like peat moss, hardwood mulch, or compost.  The Unique Appearance of the Staghorn Sumac The Staghorn sumac is a shrub with narrow, alternate leaves. The leaflets form sharp points at the tip. The leaves are green above and pale under the midrib. They grow into a vast, attractive canopy. Staghorn sumac's lovely yellow to spring green flowers appear from June to July. Those make way for large, abundant, cone-shaped clusters of small red berries that will attract myriad hungry birds to enjoy the feast. In the fall, the leaves generally deepen into a ruby red hue but could also be deep amber or orange. Order Staghorn Sumac From TN Nursery Today Staghorn sumac is a lovely addition to your landscape, especially helpful in areas that need assistance with preventing erosion. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Pink Hibiscus
Pink Hibiscus Syriacus Pink Hibiscus Syriacus is an elegant garden species coveted by many TN Nursery customers. It can reach a mature height of around twelve feet and grow to eight feet wide. The lovely, bright pink blossoms are perfect for a cottage garden, a pollinator garden, or as a focal point in a rock garden. The Pink Hibiscus Syriacus is an Asian native species. However, it is well-adjusted to the moderate USDA growing zones across the United States. It is not fussy and cares nothing about soil quality. In fact, it will tolerate different growing mediums--sand, rocks, or clay. All it asks of you is a moist spot that facilitates fast drainage. Pink Hibiscus Syriacus is resilient against drought--give it a little water to help it out, and it will bounce back from extreme heat with little effort. Other Common Names for the Pink Hibiscus Syriacus The hibiscus shrub, when referring to pink or other colors in the family, also carries other common names, including the following: Hibiscus Pink Cashmere Rose of China Rose-of-Sharon Rose of Sharon Shrub Althea It is worth noting that, despite its nicknames that suggest otherwise, it has no relationship to the roses in your garden. Pink Hibiscus Syriacus Will Attract Helpful Visitors to Your Backyard Pollinator insects, like bees, moths, butterflies, and hummingbirds, will be unable to resist the bright pink petals on your Rose of Sharon. While the vibrant flowers might attract pollinators, nearby ground-feeding birds will seek refuge in the abundant foliage, building their nests where they'll avoid predators. Despite many animals loving the hibiscus, whitetail deer seem to dislike it. Deer will only opt to feast on your shrub when it fails to find tastier options. Pink Hibiscus Syriacus Is a Gardener's Favorite Species Flowers emerge on the Pink Hibiscus Syriacus by mid-summer. In the hottest USDA growing zones, the show of color might carry on until the middle to end of fall. These show-off flowers are large, up to four inches across, with a deep hue of pink with a deeper pink brushing against the inner petals. They have a rich double layer of five cashmere-soft petals. The flower's center is a cheerful bright yellow, creating a breathtaking contrast against the warm pink petals. Most hibiscus flowers only survive for a single day, with a new one replacing it quickly. The glossy, deep green foliage of this shrub is also beautiful. The leaves alternate along the stem and have coarse teeth around the margins. Order Your Pink Hibiscus Syriacus from TN Nursery Today TN Nursery recommends Pink Hibiscus Syriacus for any gardener longing for a stunning pink-flowering shrub that blooms in the later summer and early fall. Order from TN Nursery today.
Red Hibiscus
Red Hibiscus Syriacus Red Hibiscus Syriacus: This is a classic garden species with a maximum reach of about twelve feet and a width of eight feet. Simply put, the Red Hibiscus Syriacus is a charming woody shrub. It can add vivid color to any sunny location in your landscape. The Red Hibiscus Syriacus is an Asian native species. However, it is well-adapted to the mid-range USDA growing zones within the United States. It cares little about soil quality and will tolerate different mediums--clay, sand, or even a few rocks. However, it prefers a spot that drains quickly. Red Hibiscus Syriacus is somewhat drought-tolerant. Give it a little water during dry spells, but it will survive in between and bounce back from any stress. Other Common Names for the Red Hibiscus Syriacus This species, when referring to red or another color, also carries other common names, including the following: Hibiscus Rose of China Rose-of-Sharon Rose of Sharon Shrub Althea This species has no connection to roses, despite the nickname Rose of China. Red Hibiscus Syriacus Will Draw Wildlife to Your Yard Pollinator insects, including bumblebees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, will be unable to resist the radiant red blossoms on your Rose of China. Besides the nectar attracting those visitors, ground-feeding birds may take cover in your hibiscus shrub when they need to hide from predators. However, one animal does not prefer the Red Hibiscus Syriacus--the whitetail deer. Deer seem to find the fragrance of hibiscus flowers too floral so that they will snack on it only as a last option. Red Hibiscus Syriacus Is a Gardener's Favorite Species Prolific flowers appear on the Red Hibiscus Syriacus by the middle of summer. In the warmest climates, the blossoms might continue well into the autumn. The flowers are large, intense coral-red, up to four inches, and showy. They have a lovely double layer of five velvety petals. The flower's center is golden yellow or orange, creating a stunning, warm tonal effect against the red petals. Most often, the blossoms only live for one day, with a new replacement emerging right behind. The foliage of this shrub is beautiful. It features dark green, glossy leaves with coarse teeth around the margins—leaves alternate along the stem. Order Your Red Hibiscus Syriacus from TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests Red Hibiscus Syriacus for anyone who wants a bold red-flowering shrub that blooms in the last half of summer and into the fall. Order from TN Nursery today.
Spiraea Japonica
Spiraea Japonica Spiraea Japonica: Japanese Spiraea, or Spiraea japonica, is a low-maintenance, deciduous shrub that arrived in the United States as a gift from our friends in Japan. Although a native Japanese species, Japanese Spiraea is well-adapted to many growing conditions in the moderate to warm USDA plant hardiness zones. Besides Japanese Spiraea, you might hear some gardeners call Spiraea japonica by several other names, as follows: Bumald Spiraea Goldmound Spiraea Japanese Meadowsweet After planting, you will need to fertilize and water it for one or two seasons; it requires little to no care besides weeding upon maturation. How TN Nursery Customers Use Spiraea japonica in Their Landscapes  Spiraea japonica is a dwarf shrub that reaches a maximum height of between four and six feet and tolerates either full sun or partial shade. This smaller size makes it ideal for many uses throughout the yard. Here are a few ways gardeners use this species: Butterfly garden: The bright pink flowers on Spiraea japonica will attract butterflies and moths to help pollinate your garden. Foundation planting: Some homeowners use this as a foundation planting, mainly along the south or west-facing sides of their home that get almost full sunshine. Shade gardens: This short shrub is ideal if you desire more color in a partially shady spot. Natural areas: Spiraea japonica will be lovely with others in natural areas. Better yet, they will be small and manageable. Spiraea japonica Has Immense Natural Beauty Japanese Spiraea is a plant that will bring beautiful, deep rose or pink color to your landscape in the late spring and early summer. It's well-loved for its color and easy-care nature. Glossy green leaves grow in an alternating pattern on coppery brown stems. The leaves are one to three inches long, serrates on the margins, and are oval. The shrub grows erect with a somewhat rounded crown. Spiraea japonica flowers open in early to mid-summer. They have a pleasant, soft fragrance. The flowers are deep rose pink. Although they present as single, large flowers, each is a cluster comprised of tiny quarter-inch, five-petaled blossoms.   Order Your Spiraea japonica From TN Nursery Today Spiraea japonica will give you showy pink color in June or July--order your Japanese Spiraea from TN Nursery today.
Red Weigela
Red Weigela (Weigela florida) Red Weigela, or Weigela florida, is a long-blooming (and reblooming) striking deciduous shrub. It is closely related to the honeysuckle. In addition to the name red weigela, some gardeners call it the old-fashioned weigela. This lovely shrub has an elegant, somewhat drooping shape, stunning red blooms, and an easy and undemanding presence. It grows in the cooler to moderate USDA plant hardiness zones with little care or no once the roots strengthen. This shrub does more than produce lovely red blossoms. Indeed, it reblossoms repeatedly throughout the entire season. You will have gorgeous, spicy red color for weeks on end. Red Weigela Requires Only a Little Care Red weigela has an independent streak and asks for minimal help. Here are the requirements: Plant red weigela in a full-sun or a partially sunny spot in your yard. Give the shrub a nitrogen-rich fertilizer in the early spring before it forms buds. Red weigela prefers consistent moisture--but not too wet! Plan to water it about one inch per week without rainfall. Before the onset of frigid winter temperatures, add about an inch or more of hardwood mulch, pine straw, or hay around the base of the shrub for insulation. Besides these few basic maintenance needs, red weigela will get along fine without you. Red Weigela Has a Striking Shape and Colorful Blooms Red weigela is a beautiful shrub. Beyond the obvious beauty of the vibrant red, reblooming flowers, it has a graceful shape with stems that bend over a bit from the weight of the blossoms and leaves. Red weigela leaves are ovate-shaped, under two inches long, light to medium green, and have serrated edges. They grow in an opposing habit on a light- to medium-gray stem. In the fall, the leaves turn purple, rust, or burgundy. The red flowers are vibrant and range from magenta to deep red. They have a trumpet shape, measure about one inch, and appear to climb the entire stem length. Order Your Red Weigela From TN Nursery Today Red weigela will grace your garden with its gorgeous red color for many weeks throughout the summer. TN Nursery recommends this reblooming shrub for anyone who desires summer-long color. Order this lovely shrub today.
Pink Crepe Myrtle
Pink Crepe Myrtle Pink Crepe Myrtle: It stands at just over twenty feet, but the pink crepe myrtle is, indeed, a deciduous shrub and not a tree. TN Nursery customers go wild over this species, and we sell hundreds of crepe myrtles in an array of vivid colors every year. Pink crepe myrtle will bloom during the mid-summer, providing true pink color after many other blooming trees finish their seasonal display of color. While the pink crepe myrtle is native to Asia--China and Korea--American gardeners love this shrub. What's not to love? It grows well in the warmer USDA growing zones; blooms for several weeks in the summertime; is mold-, mildew-, and disease-resistant. Finally, they are cold- and heat-hardy. They are prevalent in the mid-south, where winter weather is frigid, and summers bring scorching heat. The Pink Crepe Myrtle Will Steal Your Heart The eye-popping shade of pure pink adorns the landscape across the south during the peak heat. Large clusters of petite pink florets give the appearance of one enormous flower. The blooms last a month to six weeks, making them coveted by gardeners. The shrub has several upright branches with slight dips and curves that make a graceful shape. Some gardeners prune it during its early development to make it appear more tree-like. On the other hand, others allow it to follow its own course and form a bushier shape. The bright green oval leaves are small (under two inches long) but plentiful. They grow into a dense, well-shaded canopy. The bark is light and has a slightly rough texture--not entirely smooth, but also not rough. The bark sloughs off during the summer, especially after the blossoms finish their display. Those beautiful pink crepe myrtle flowers turn to an abundance of one-inch or smaller brown pods that provide many seeds. Pink Crepe Myrtle Attracts Wildlife Galore Pollinators find the breathtaking, bright pink blossoms irresistible. You will likely notice pollinating insects, like bees, moths, dragonflies, and butterflies, feasting on the nectar of your pink crepe myrtle. During the cold months of winter, wild birds rely on crepe myrtle pods for nutrition. You will see them working to crack open the pods and extract those seeds--it will be fun to watch. Order Your Pink Crepe Myrtle From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery grows the most vigorous and best of this species--order your pink crepe myrtle today.
Black Willow
Black Willow Tree (Salix nigra)  Black Willow Tree: Salix nigra, or the black willow tree, is part of a large family of deciduous trees and shrubs. These species are hardy, fast-growing, and thrive in almost every USDA growing zone. In fact, this tree grows well from Maine to Texas and at nearly every point in between. Like most in the willow family, the black willow tree prefers the moderately moist, fertile soils surrounding swamps, bogs, ponds, river banks, and other wet locations. TN Nursery recommends the black willow tree for customers who have consistently moist areas--or even places suffering from water erosion. The black willow's strong and sprawling root system will help retain soil in these challenging conditions. When you plant this tree, find a full sun or a partially sunny location that will retain sufficient moisture. This species makes an outstanding addition to any water garden.  The Unique Appearance of the Black Willow Tree  The name of the black willow signifies the tree's bark color, which is such a deep brown that it appears black in hue. As the black willow tree matures, it develops a rough texture, well-defined grooves, and shaggy scales. The branches are long, slender, and have a gentle droopiness. The tree's crown is full, usually forms an attractive, slightly asymmetrical shape, and can grow as tall as a hundred feet.  Dainty yellow blossoms appear in the early spring and bloom for several weeks. They give way to light green leaves. The leaves are thin, narrow--tapering to a tip--and have finely toothed edges. Each leaf measures as long as six inches. In autumn, the leaves generally turn pale to medium yellow.  Order Your Black Willow Tree From TN Nursery  The black willow tree is an excellent solution if you have a wet property that suffers from soil erosion. TN Nursery is proud to grow the most robust, healthiest black willow tree specimens--please place your order today.
Pee Gee Hydrangea
Pee Gee Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata) Pee Gee Hydrangea: TN Nursery proudly provides our customers with an ever-popular selection, the Pee Gee Hydrangea, Hydrangea paniculata, sometimes called grandiflora. This plant is a cold-hardy and heat-hardy woody, perennial, flowering shrub that thrives in full sun or partially sunny conditions and in almost any location in the United States. Pee Gee Hydrangea is an Asian native species that arrived in North America from China and Japan. Where to Use Pee Gee Hydrangea in Your Landscape Pee Gee Hydrangea is a valuable plant for many garden settings. Consider investing in this species to use in the following applications: Cottage garden Asian-inspired garden or Zen garden Pollinator garden Cutting garden Mass planting to form a hedge Fairy Garden Urban garden Garden border It is unfussy about soil quality, and the usefulness of the Pee Gee Hydrangea is almost limitless. Care Requirements of Pee Gee Hydrangea Taking care of any hydrangea is easy and takes a minimum time commitment. Here are the things a hydrangea plant needs: Plant your Pee Gee Hydrangea in a full-sun or partial-sun location It needs well-drained soil Fertilize twice yearly (early spring and fall) Prune to the desired shape; deadheading spent blossoms An inch of water weekly Add an inch layer of mulch around the base and roots in the fall (in colder climates) The Timeless and Classic Charm of Pee Gee Hydrangea Shrub Pee Gee Hydrangea is a classic garden shrub prized for its beautiful, show-off flowers. It grows upright and can reach ten feet tall and wide if you let it grow wild, although most gardeners prefer a manicured appearance. The leaves are dark green, ovate, and with a slightly rough texture--they form a stunning backdrop for the summery white blossoms. The stems are woody and light brown, sturdy enough to support the large pom-pom flower. Flowers are huge, six to eight inches, and comprised of dozens of tiny, creamy white rays. They are long-lasting blooms with a pleasing floral fragrance that will invite bees to pollinate your plants. Order Your Pee Gee Hydrangea From TN Nursery Today Pee Gee Hydrangea is a classic addition to any sunny spot that needs a touch of blooming color. Order from TN Nursery today.
Red Osier Dogwood
Red Osier Dogwood (Cornus sericea) Red Osier Dogwood Trees: TN Nursery customers adore Cornus sericea, our red osier dogwood trees. The North American native species is a deciduous ornamental tree that puts on a fantastic display of white flowers in the late spring or early summer. Most gardeners adore red osier dogwood trees for more than just their magnificent white flowers--they love the year-round color. Their unique coral-to-red stems create an exciting color contrast that makes the blossoms even showier. The stems are bronze-red during spring and summer and turn to intense coral for wintertime color after the season ends. Besides the colorful presentation, gardeners love the fuss-free nature of this forest native. It is pest-resistant, cold-hardy, and drought-hardy. It will look after itself as it matures with almost no extra care. They flourish in the cool to moderately warm USDA growing zones. Red Osier Dogwood Trees Are Super Easy to Grow Once your red osier dogwood trees strengthen, they will give you a stunning display of large white flowers in the latest weeks of the springtime and a lush green canopy during the summer. In the autumn, the leaves turn orange, bronze, or russet. Red osier dogwood trees require full sunshine. The leaves will make an early entrance each season. Thus, they need the warm sun of the early springtime to awaken them for the growing season. Before you plant your red osier dogwood trees, locate a place with well-draining soil, as they do not like wet roots. De-compact the ground and scoop in a generous helping of organic compost, wood mulch, or shredded leaf litter. The forest native species loves the organic wood contents. Once the red osier dogwood matures, you will only perform routine care--fertilizer twice yearly (spring and fall), pruning if needed, and an inch layer of a protective layer of mulch in the late fall. The Summertime Beauty of Red Osier Dogwood Trees Is Impressive The red osier dogwood tree has a sturdy but relatively small in diameter trunk and multiple upright but graceful branches. The creamy white blossoms are large clusters of small (under a half-inch) flowers, each with four flat petals and green or yellow centers. When they form the groupings, they present as a large, fluffy single flower from a distance. Only when you observe up close, do you see the many small blooms. Order Your Red Osier Dogwood Tree From TN Nursery  TN Nursery digs each tree fresh and ships it to the customer immediately to ensure premium plant health. Order your red osier dogwood tree today.
White Hibiscus
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.
Viburnum Dentatum
Arrow Wood Vibrunum (Viburnum dentatum) Arrow Wood Viburnum: A small American native species, Viburnum dentatum, or Arrow Wood Viburnum, is an easy-care shrub that will thrive in almost every USDA planting zone and either full sunshine or partial shade. It is a favorite for gardeners who love an easy-care species. It is an excellent early-season pollinator attractor, with bright white flowers that blossom reliably each spring with almost no care or coaxing. How to Use Arrow Wood Viburnum in Your Garden Arrow Wood Viburnum reaches a mature height of about ten feet tall. However, many gardeners prune or shape it to suit various garden needs. Here are six ways you can use this lovely shrub: Mass plantings: Plant several Arrow Wood Viburnum shrubs together to hide an eyesore. Mark a property line or create a privacy hedge. Use it in a foundation planting around your home--you can prune it after blossoming to avoid blocking windows. Butterfly garden or pollinator garden: The beautiful white flowers provide early springtime nectar for butterflies, bees, moths, and other visitors. Shade garden: Arrow wood Viburnum will tolerate mixed shade, making it ideal for filling an empty, shady spot. Natural area: Add interest to a natural area with this shrub. The Natural Charm of Arrow Wood Viburnum Arrow Wood Viburnum has a natural, casual vibe. In the springtime, the creamy white flowers put on their finery and put on a display. Each bloom is tiny--only a quarter inch across-with five petite petals that form a bell shape. Despite the small size, it creates quite a show as these dainty flowers emerge in large, show-off clusters. The flowers fade away by late spring when the four-inch, jewel-toned green leaves unfurl for the season. The foliage is gorgeous, with oval, toothy leaves and a glossy finish. Order Your Arrow Wood Viburnum From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery grows the healthiest shrubs, trees, and many other plants imaginable. Order your Arrow Wood Viburnum today to see the quality for yourself.
Greensleeves Kousa Dogwood
Greensleeves Kousa Chinese Dogwood 3' Size Shipped