Wisteria Wisteria: A deciduous flowering tree with a distinctly floral aroma, wisteria plants can grow as high as ten to twenty feet with sturdy support. Wisteria sinensis is an Asian native species, frequently found growing naturally in the woods and natural areas throughout the United States. You can plant wisteria in either full sunshine or partially sunny conditions, with organics like hardwood mulch, peat moss, or shredded leaves added to loose soil. This vine is rugged: drought-tolerant and cold-tolerant. Care is minimal, including trimming to guide the growth or to remove frost damage. Although some people describe wisteria flowers as purple, TN Nursery explains to customers that they are usually closer to blue with a slight tinge of purple. Where to Plant Wisteria Plants Wisteria is a prolific bloomer in the last weeks of spring. It might take two seasons or so for you to see them on full display, but these abundant, lush flowers are well worth the wait! Wisteria will grow to form clusters or thickets, creating dense foliage after blossoming. Here are three ways you can use this hardy plant: Create a privacy hedge: If you have close neighbors, install a tall support structure and plant wisteria to protect your privacy. Barrier hedge: Do you have pedestrians use your yard as a cut-through? Wisteria will grow into a thick barrier hedge. Cover an old, unsightly building: A wisteria plant can quickly cover an unattractive barn or shed--make it a charming, rustic focal point instead of a tear-down project. Wisteria prefers full sun or partial sunshine; it will tolerate shade, although you will not get profuse blossoms. The Graceful and Elegant Look of Wisteria. The brown stem of wisteria will form into lovely, twisted shapes as they wanter into a vine. You can "train" it to grow straighter with some time and patience. Wisteria leaves are green and elliptical, growing in an alternative pattern. They are compound and grow in clusters of about seven to fifteen leaflets. Leaves are approximately six inches long. The flowers of the wisteria will stop you in their tracks with beauty. Tiny pea-shaped blue-violet flowers emerge in enormous, gracefully drooping clusters. They appear almost like delicate bunches of grapes. The scent is heavenly! Order Wisteria From TN Nursery Today Are you ready for a lovely vine that produces lush flowers and dense foliage? TN Nursery suggests you try wisteria--order yours today.
Wild Geranium Plant Wild geranium is a native woody perennial plant that blooms in shades of pink and purple. With thick foliage and evergreen leaves, this plant will add vibrant color and texture to your outdoor space all year round. Not only that, it's highly resilient and can withstand most weather conditions. Be the envy of your neighborhood with a lush garden full of wild geranium. Get creative by mixing and matching the plants in your yard to create an artistic display that will make all your neighbors jealous. Start sprucing up your outdoor space with wild geranium today! Add vibrant color to your garden, balcony, or patio - it's never been easier. Geranium maculatum, or simply geranium for short, is one of TN Nursery's best-selling plants. The woodland perennial native puts on a magnificent display of lavender or purple for about a month each year, blossoming from late spring through early summertime. This species is a cold-hardy perennial native to North America. It enjoys great popularity from Canada through the American south to the western United States. Geraniums Are Beloved by Gardeners Why do gardeners love geraniums so much? Here are three excellent reasons to invest in this set of two geraniums: Fast spreading: Besides the obvious fact--their inherent beauty--they are quick spreaders because they spread through an underground shoot as well as self-seed. This rapid growth allows gardeners in almost every USDA growing zone to fill entire beds with color relatively quickly. Attracting pollinators: Geraniums are fantastic in a pollinator garden. Their bright hues attract colorful butterflies, hummingbirds, and bumblebees. These species help ensure a healthy ecosystem. A low-care plant: Geraniums don't demand much care. They are happy in partial- to full sun, with occasional fertilizing and minimal water during dry spells. They are drought-tolerant; they will return to life after the first refreshing rainfall if a heat wave leaves them frazzled. Geranium maculatum Has a Lovely Appearance. In optimized growing conditions, geraniums can reach almost two feet at maturity--a very nice size for a garden border or in a sunny garden bed. The leaves and stems of geranium maculatum are rich and dark green. They create pretty foliage that perfectly sets off the rich jewel-toned flowers. Each bloom has five gently rounded petals measuring one to two inches. Each petal has a small lift that lends a shallow cup shape to the flower. The colors are generally rich pink, purple, or lavender. However, white or blush pink flowers may also occur. Order Your Set of 2 Geraniums From TN Nursery TN Nursery proudly recommends the geranium to anyone who needs to add bright, vibrant color to their yard. Order your geranium flowers today.
Purple Coneflower The purple coneflower, known formally as the echinacea purpurea, is a trendy flower because of its beautiful purple appearance. It has large lavender flowers with a prominent brown or orange dome-shaped center. This native perennial wildflower is similar to a daisy, with drooping lavender petals. It will provide the perfect pop of color to any landscaping design. Purple Coneflower Is a Long Blooming Perennial Purple Coneflower is known to bloom for up to two months, around mid to late summer, and may sometimes rebloom later in the fall. It can reach a height of about one to three feet. You'll see a series of tiny flowers when you look closely at this plant’s dome-shaped center. Each has its petals and emits a unique scent. As the stunning petals of the purple coneflower begin to turn down, the flowers emit a honey-like scent to attract pollinating insects. This transitions into a vanilla scent once pollination takes place. This flower is well-known to attract honeybees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other songbirds. Purple Coneflowers Are Long-Lived Perennials The unique purple coneflower will continue to flower each year consistently for up to four years or more in a garden environment. These sun-loving flowers can be easily grown in different soil conditions. This makes it the perfect addition to any garden design. Even better, the echinacea purpurea will continue to grow in size each year. This drought-tolerant plant is native to eastern North America. While it’s available in many colors, purple echinacea is the most popular. Thanks to its fibrous root system, this plant can better adapt to varying conditions than other garden plants. This herbaceous perennial features smooth, light green stems that contain tiny scattered white hairs and purple streaks. Every part of its uniquely crafted makeup provides a pop of intrigue for the human eye.
Shade Fern Package - 10 Plants$19.98
Shade Fern Package Shade Fern Package: TN Nursery lovingly grows the most vigorous ferns at our central Tennessee nursery, and when you see our shade fern package with your own eyes, we will convince you. The ten big, mature plants are sure to impress you. We grow the healthiest and best ferns you can imagine. The shade fern package is your chance to purchase this set, hand-selected by our horticulture experts. When you order your shade fern package, we note your USDA growing zone to ensure you receive only species that will flourish in your region. Shade Fern Package Includes the Ten Best Species for Your Region Some of the species that you might receive, based on your USDA zone, include the following ferns: Royal ferns: One of the most popular ferns offered by TN Nursery, royal ferns have a classic, regal appearance and add a pop of bright green to your shade garden. Ostrich (Fiddlehead) ferns: Ostrich ferns (aka fiddlehead ferns): These ferns have tall, lovely, bright green fronds that coil inward, creating visual interest. Giant ostrich ferns: These massive ferns grow tall, adding life to a shade garden and serving as a focal point. This species is a showstopper. Glade ferns: These shiny-leafed, gently draping ferns are shade-loving ferns that our customers love. Hay-scented ferns: Hay-scented ferns are fast growers that add vibrant greenery and has a comforting fresh-cut hay aroma. New York ferns: This New York native species is prevalent with TN Nursery customers in colder climates. Cinnamon ferns: They take their name from the tall cinnamon-colored spike it displays alongside its beautiful greenery. Sensitive ferns: This species grows well in all but the coldest climates. Its fronds have a lovely, beaded appearance. Leatherwood ferns: The leathery appearance adds an intriguing look to the fronds of this species. Christmas ferns: This medium-sized, bright green fern is an evergreen species that you can enjoy all year. Bracken ferns: The lovely bracken fern adds an aesthetically pleasing burst of light green anywhere you plant it. Entrust us to choose the ten best ferns for your growing zone; we are confident you will be delighted with our selections. TN Nursery will serve as your horticulturist. The shade fern package will include the best ferns for your growing area. Let us serve as your private horticulturist--order your shade fern package today. Shade Fern Package is Available To Purchase Online At TN Nursery
Blazing Star (Liatris spicata) Blazing Star: Liatris spicata, or blazing star, are a native wildflower species originating in the eastern United States. TN Nursery suggests this plant for anyone who wants a flower that is resilient, easy to manage, and still colorful enough to display proudly. The blazing star plant loves to bask in the sunshine and enjoys the heat and humidity. Conversely, it also tolerates drought--it only needs assistance from you during extended drought. This plant is unfussy about soil types--mix in some compost every so often to feed it. In nature, blazing star grows in open grassy meadows or fields--its significant height means tall wild grasses do not overshadow it. Other names for the blazing star include the following: Marsh blazing star Dense blazing star Snakeroot Gayfeather Spike gayfeather The Blazing Stars Striking Good Looks The blazing star is notable for its stunning, slender stalks that grow tall as if reaching for the sun. The stalks may stretch as high as six feet in optimal growing conditions. The grassy-looking, glossy green leaves grow from attractive clumps. The stalks shoot up straight from the center of each plant, forming dramatic spikes. Flowers form on unbranched spikes and blossom in striking, bold lavender or purple. The blooms open from the very top to the bottom and have a whimsical, fluffy appearance. The bright color and soft floral notes attract the interest of many bees and butterflies. How to Use Liatris spicata in Your Landscape. Here are some ways TN Nursery customers work blazing star plants into their landscape: Pollinator gardens: As mentioned earlier, this plant will buzz with bees and other pollinator species. Pollination is essential for a healthy ecosystem. Urban gardens: Sunny parks in urban or suburban benefit from this bright burst of color. They can go directly into the ground or in deep containers. The colorful flowers and grassy foliage will please passersby. Border plants: The substantial height of the blazing star makes it perfect in the back row of a border garden. Ornamental: Whether you have a rustic cottage garden or a formal garden, the blazing star plant is worthy of serving as a focal point. Order Your Blazing Star From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery recommends the blazing star for any customer who needs a tall, impressive full-sunflower. Order yours today.
Red trillium, a wildflower native to North America! Red trillium, or Trillium erectum, is an exotic wildflower that adds a touch of color to any outdoor space. Its bright red petals and vibrant green leaves stand out in any landscape. Not only is it unique and eye-catching, but it's also effortless to grow! Make your outdoor space even more beautiful with the addition of red trillium. With its stunning appearance, low-maintenance care requirements, and long-lasting blooms, you'll be able to enjoy the beauty of nature without much effort. Take your landscaping and garden scheme to the next level with red trillium today! Plant it in your garden quickly and easily to add color and charm. Red Trillium: A North American perennial wildflower species growing naturally in the Appalachian regions of the United States, the red trillium is a beautiful plant for a shady or semi-shade location. TN Nursery suggests this plant for a shade garden, rock garden, or on the border of a flower bed--it is a pleasing plant anywhere you use it. This lovely shade plant is a hardy species and requires little to no care from a gardener. All it needs is placement in the shade or semi-shade and fast-draining soil amended with woody materials. It tolerates short periods of drought and resists pests and diseases. Red Trillium Has Many Other Names If you think you might have seen this plant before, but the name doesn't ring true, you might know it by another common name. Some people label the red trillium as follows: Purple Trillium Purple Wakerobin Red Wakerobin Stinking Benjamin Stinking Willie Wake-robin Wake Robin Trillium Wet Dog Wakerobin Whatever you want to call it, this flower is lovely in a shade garden. The lovely appearance of Red Trillium Red trillium grows from a vigorous root system, forming a sturdy, seven- to twelve-inch high green-brown stem. Its true green, unbranched, ovate leaves measure about six inches long. They grow in whorls from the central stem and sometimes gently curve inward. They grow in attractive clusters and become dense over time--some people even use this plant as a ground cover. The plant gets its name from the flower with three petals and forms just above the leaves. The flower petals are red, maroon, or purple and arrive mid spring. They continue blossoming through early summer. The flowers bear tiny berries that humans cannot digest. Instead, leave them for your garden visitors--birds seem to enjoy them! Order Your Red Trillium From TN Nursery Today Red trillium is a low-maintenance plant that requires nothing but a nice shaded spot with excellent organic matter to flourish. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Wild Ginger Discover the beauty of Wild Ginger Asarum canadense. The Wild ginger plant (Asarum europaeum) is a perennial plant native to Europe, Asia, and North America. It is a member of the Aristolochiaceae family and is commonly grown for its attractive foliage and unusual flowers. The plant has glossy, dark green, heart-shaped leaves often marked with white or silver veining. The flowers are small, bell-shaped, and dark maroon color, and appear in late spring or early summer. They are often hidden under the foliage and are pollinated by ants. The Wild ginger plant prefers moist, well-drained soil and partial to full shade. It is sometimes used as a ground cover in shady areas of the garden, where its low-growing habit and attractive foliage can be appreciated. The plant is also used in herbal medicine for its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. While the Wild Ginger plant is generally considered safe for humans and pets, it should not be consumed in large quantities as it contains high doses of aristolochic acid, which can be toxic. Wild ginger (Asarum canadense) is a perennial plant native to eastern North America. It is a member of the birthwort family (Aristolochiaceae) and is not related to the ginger commonly used in cooking, which belongs to the Zingiberaceae family.Wild ginger typically grows in moist, shady woodland areas and can reach a height of up to 30 centimeters (12 inches). It has large, heart-shaped leaves and a unique, bell-shaped flower that grows close to the ground. The flowers are typically a deep red-brown and have a strong, spicy scent similar to natural ginger.The root of wild ginger has historically been used for medicinal purposes by Native American tribes, who brewed it into teas and poultices to treat a variety of ailments, including colds, fevers, headaches, and digestive issues. One important thing to know about this shade perennials is that the root of wild ginger contains aristolochic acid, which can be toxic in large doses and may cause kidney damage or cancer. Therefore, it is not recommended for internal use without the supervision of a trained herbalist or healthcare provider. Wild Ginger Asarum Canadense Is a Hardy, Evergreen Ground Cover It perfect for areas with poor soil conditions. It has beautiful, deep green foliage and produces small, purple flowers in late spring or early summer. It's also deer-resistant and easy to maintain, making it a great addition to any flower bed or garden.Transform your outdoor spaces with the unique beauty of Wild Ginger Asarum canadense. With its deep green foliage and small purple flowers, it's sure to make your landscape stand out from the rest. Plus, it's hardy, deer-resistant, and easy to maintain — making it an ideal choice for any flower bed or garden. Start beautifying your outdoor spaces today with Wild Ginger Perennials. Wild ginger: Asarum candenese, or the wild ginger plant, is a North American, perennial native species that originated deep in the rich, shaded forests of the east coast to the Appalachian mountains. Early explorers found wild gingers in shaded valleys, on high wooded slopes, and under dense canopies of forests. This plant is a true shade-lover and will not fare well in sunny conditions. However, when you plant wild ginger in a habitat that recreates those optimal conditions, you create the perfect environment for a hardy, low-maintenance plant. You will do some prep work to plant wild ginger, including selecting a profoundly shaded spot and adding well-amended, loose soil with high moisture but good drainage. Wild ginger has a mildly spicy fragrance that might remind you of sipping a cup of that old cure-all: ginger ale. Wild Ginger Makes Excellent Ground Cover in a Shade Garden Deeply shaded gardens can present a tricky challenge. Not many pretty perennials seem to prefer full shade, gardeners often lament. That's when TN Nursery recommends wild ginger. Because of its affinity for deep shade, Asarum candenese works beautifully in those yards. Plant it as a ground cover in the deepest shade, and it will spread well, filling in the bare spots over several growing seasons. Wild ginger leaves are lovely emerald, green in color. They are large, measuring about six inches long and wide, and form a heart-like shape. Pronounced veins give the leaves a somewhat leathery look on the top. Despite the leather-like appearance, the leaves are soft to the touch. The plant produces tiny, bell-shaped, coppery flowers with a slightly fuzzy finish. However, they are so dainty and camouflage so well with the stems that they remain hidden by the large leaves. Order Your Wild Ginger From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests wild ginger for gardeners who hope to breathe life into the shadiest yards--place your order today.
Partridgeberry plants are evergreen shrub that is native to North America This plant species has a high tolerance for cold temperatures and can thrive in diverse temperature ranges. Its berries ripen in late summer and can be used in jams and jellies. Say goodbye to pests and weeds and discover the hidden benefits of the Mitchella Repens. The partridgeberry plant, Mitchella repens, is a low-growing evergreen perennial native to North America. It's easy to maintain, spreads quickly, and stays green all year round. Plus, it provides many benefits, like improving soil quality, providing ground cover to protect other plants from pests and weeds, and providing food for birds. Grow a more robust garden immune to pests and weeds with the powerful partridgeberry plant. Enjoy all its hidden advantages while creating an inviting habitat for your feathered friends. Bring home the partridgeberry plant today and start reaping its benefits for your garden! Partridgeberry Plant, Mitchella Repens: Is a heavily shaded yard holding you back from enjoying lush greenery? The partridgeberry (Mitchella repens) might be the solution you need. Partridgeberry is a low-growing perennial plant that grows in dense, highly-shaded woodlands. Due to its mat-like growth habit, trailing stems, and glossy, vibrant green leaves, TN Nursery advises customers to plant partridgeberry plants as a ground cover in shady areas. Partridge Berry, A Plant of Many Names If you are researching shade garden plants, you might also find partridgeberry listed under these names: Squaw berry Two-eyed berry Running fox Partridge berry (separated into two words) These all refer to the same plant, Mitchella repens. Whatever name you may call it, you will enjoy the rich hues of the leaves and the clustered berries. Partridgeberry is a woodland creeper that forms mat-like whorls along the forest floor. Its stems are smooth near the growing tip and have the sparsest of "hairs." As the stems age, they spread by reproducing. They grow offshoots that emerge singly or in pairs from nodes below the previous year's fruit. After reproduction, branch stems emerge. The partridge berry plant produces small, fragrant, white flowers in late spring and summer. After the blooms finish, elongated red berries appear. Partridgeberry fruit is edible, so harvest the berries to make jam or jelly. Partridgeberry is native to North America It grows in forest habitats from New England, sweeping across to the Great Lakes region and as far south as Florida and Texas. Partridgeberry is a trailing, evergreen vine. It's typical leaves are just under an inch long and may present solid green leaves or variegated white lines. A slender but sturdy stem supports the leaves and berries. Because it is an evergreen plant, this ground cover is famous in pots and decorative planters. Gardeners and home decorators enjoy using Mitchella repens stems and berries for winter wreath making and another holiday decor. The color contrast of the red berries and green leaves makes a classic combination that instantly makes you think of making merry. Partridge Berry is available to order at TN Nursery Do you have a heavily shaded area that needs a touch of color? Order your partridgeberry plants from TN Nursery today. Our professionally trained staff is happy to assist you.
Sweet Violet Sweet violets are short, groundcover perennial plants that add a deep purple color and texture to your outdoor space. With a graceful, trailing vine, they produce fragrant, colorful flowers throughout the spring and summer months. These hardy plants come in various colors, from vibrant blues and purples to deep reds and velvety blacks. Their easy-care nature makes them perfect for novice and experienced gardeners alike! Bring some natural beauty into your garden with sweet violets. They are easy to grow and require minimal care, making them an ideal choice for those with busy lifestyles. The sweet scent of the flowers can even attract pollinators like bees or butterflies too! Start creating your perfect outdoor oasis with sweet violets today! Shop our selection of these beautiful perennial plants. Violets: There might be no greater pleasure than spotting the first springtime violets. These adorable flowers grow throughout almost every USDA growing zone. While these perennial plants prefer semi-shade, they will also tolerate sunshine, especially if you have plentiful rainfall to cool them. Violets are one particular flower among a large variety that includes verbena, catmint, violas, pansies, and bellflower. Your violets might be white, blue, purple, lavender, or blue violet. You might even get a combination of two of these colors together. Seeing the color is part of the fun! Better yet–violets are prolific bloomers that require little to no care from you. Sweet Violets Use in Your Landscape. Violets as ground cover plants: These plants grow by spreading from a robust underground root system. Once you plant them, they will begin to spread. Because they multiply relatively quickly, you can use them as a ground cover; however, remember their diminutive size and plan for plenty of plants to establish good coverage. Violets add color to your garden: The stunning colors make them beautiful for adding color anywhere. They are charming when you plant them in front of an evergreen hedge. The contrast of the greens and the purples, blues, or whites makes a bold statement. Violets in a border garden: If you want to add violets to your border garden, they will go to the front. Their full-grown height is only a few inches high! Despite their small stature, their eye-popping colors make them worth the inclusion. Violets are perfect in pots or containers in an urban garden: City dwellers can enjoy these sweet little flowers. Placing large clusters in colorful pots or containers can make an enormous visual impact in a small urban garden. The charm of sweet violets Violets have broad, bright green stems and leaves. They bear flowers in a wild array of colors. Each flower has four rounded petals measuring less than 1/4" across. The overall height of violets is only three to four inches. They are cute and short but never short on color. Violets Are Available To Purchase At TN Nursery Are you ready to order violets from TN Nursery today? We are ready to dig your order.
Goat's Beard Plant$5.59
Goat's Beard Plant (Aruncus dioicus) Goat's beard, in Latin known as Aruncus dioicus, is a large, herbaceous perennial plant native to North America, Europe, and Asia. It is known for its tall, feathery plumes of creamy white or light pink flowers that bloom in late spring or early summer. Goat's beard prefers moist, well-drained soil and partial shade to full sun, and it can grow up to 4 feet in height and 4 feet wide. Its foliage is deeply lobed and resembles a fern, and its flowers attract bees and other pollinators. In addition to its ornamental value, Goat's Beard Plant has been used for medicinal purposes. It contains diuretic and anti-inflammatory compounds and has been used to treat various ailments, including urinary tract infections, arthritis, and diarrhea.Goat's beard is a low-maintenance plant that requires little pruning or fertilization. It is an excellent addition to a woodland garden or mixed border and can be used in cut flower arrangements. Goat's Beard Plant: Aruncus dioicus, aka bride's feathers or the goat's beard plant, is a deciduous perennial wildflower with soaring height and a striking feathery plume on top. The species is native to several continents, including Europe, Asia, and North America. Goat's beard plants grow naturally in filtered sunshine or full sun locations. The native habitat of Aruncus dioicus is a forest clearing, rich with organic matter and consistent moisture (without sogginess!). As a native species, goat's beard plants are well-adjusted across much of the United States, preferring moderate temperate climates. When you add a few goat's beard plants to your yard, it becomes a showstopper. The goat's beard is a centerpiece that attracts attention thanks to its soaring height and signature plume. Goat's Beard Can Host the Rarely Sighted Dusky Azure Butterfly The dusky azure butterfly is a rare sight. It relies on the goat's beard plant as its larval host. Without a plentiful goat's beard, the dusky azure cannot lay eggs--it depends on the plant's nectar and its large, dense foliage to hide the eggs and new caterpillars from predatory birds. Dusty azure interactions most commonly occur in the higher elevations of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Georgia. Sparse sightings have also happened in western North Carolina, eastern Tennessee, and north as far as Indiana. The dusky azure butterfly is elusive and rare, but as they seek new habitats, planting Aruncus dioicus might help--it's at least worth a try to save them. Goat's Beard Plant Is So Unique The goat's beard plant can grow as high as six feet and spread through a vigorous root system, giving them about four feet of elbow room. Large bright green leaves grow on narrow but sturdy stems. Each leaf can reach two to four feet long, is oval-shaped, and has serrated edges. The tall, feathery, cream-colored spikes rise from the leaves and tower above them at the end of spring or early summer. When the plumes finish showing off, some gardeners cut them back to make the plant grow into a bushier shape. Others, however, leave them to go to seed and watch the birds descend on the tall spikes to collect the bounty. Order Your Goat's Beard Plant From TN Nursery TN Nursery is known for its freshness and quality. Order our goat's beard plant today with high confidence.
Mulberry Tree Mulberry Tree: TN Nursery suggests the lovely mulberry tree for customers who need a medium-sized tree that will provide attractive, full foliage without growing overly tall. Mulberry fruit, or mulberries, range in color from a lively red to a regal purple The glossy berry has an intriguing and complex flavor--they are juicy yet sweet and sour. Some people harvest those plump, glistening berries for preserving, baking, or snacking. But many others leave them in the tree to attract and nourish local birds. In fact, some avid birdwatchers reach out to TN Nursery looking for trees to attract their feathered friends--the mulberry is an excellent choice! It provides your backyard birds with early summer nourishment and sturdy branches for nesting. The Mulberry Tree Is Truly Beautiful The mulberry tree is a deciduous tree native to North America, Europe, and Asia. It grows in a full-sun location and does not like to stand in the shadow of other trees. Instead, it wants to take center stage in your yard--and yes, it is worthy of such attention. The mulberry is in the medium height range for trees. It will grow at least thirty feet tall but stop growing at around seventy feet. It produces true green, ovate leaves with softly serrated margins. The mulberry tree grows from a single, central trunk. The branches will grow sturdy and form a relatively symmetrical shape with a bit of occasional trimming during their young growth phases. Mulberry tree flowers (called catkins) form in attractively sized clusters around the middle of spring. The blossoms are a creamy white or white with a whisper of fresh spring green. The catkins have an attractive tubular shape that makes way for the clusters of colorful berries in the early summer. People harvest the berries by hand-picking young trees or by reaching for the branches of a taller mulberry tree by using a long, sturdy pole and giving the branches a shake. The Mulberry Tree Is Even-Tempered Some fruit trees are simpler to grow than others--such is the case with the mulberry tree. Besides a sunny location in the yard, it does not ask for much from the gardener. It can tolerate short bouts of drought and poor soil quality. Pruning will help guide it into a beautiful, shapely tree as it grows. But after it fully develops, it asks nothing from you. Order Your Mulberry Tree From TN Nursery Today Does your yard need the shade of a medium-sized tree? The mulberry tree from TN Nursery is a fine choice--order today.
Jack In The Pulpit$5.89
Jack In The Pulpit - Arisaema triphyllum Jack in the Pulpit is a spring-blooming woodland native perennial that adds an interesting texture to the garden. Its distinctive hooded blooms add an exotic touch, while its fern-like foliage adds texture and color throughout the growing season. When properly planted and located, these perennials are practically carefree and will return year after year with minimal effort. With beautiful blooms, foliage, and color that will last throughout the changing seasons, it's no wonder why so many gardeners choose Jack in the Pulpit as their go-to plant! Add this special touch to your garden today! Discover the beauty of Jack in the Pulpit now and experience wild style all year long! Jack in the Pulpit: Arisaema triphyllum, or Jack in the Pulpit, has a unique look that intrigues and appeals to your garden. The North American species is an herbaceous perennial. It originated in the wet woodlands of the United States from New England, across the Great Lakes to the plains and south as far as Florida. Gardeners use it today in shade gardens in almost every USDA growing zone. When TN Nursery customers ask for something unique for a profoundly shaded area with heavy moisture, we recommend Jack in the Pulpit. It loves high-moisture soil with rich organic content, thriving with almost no assistance. Other Names for Arisaema triphyllum Jack in the Pulpit has several other common names, including these: Bog onion Brown dragon Devil's ear Dragon root Indian Cradle Indian Jack in the Pulpit Indian Turnip Jack-in-the-pulpit Lady-in-a-chaise Lord-and-Lady Memory root Parson-in-the-Pulpit Pepper turnip Starch wort Three-leaved Indian turnip Wake robin Wild turnip Many names, yes; but they all refer to the same plant. Jack in the Pulpit Has A Unique Appearance Jack in the Pulpit takes its name from two of its parts. The spadix or spike is the "Jack"; the leaves for a sheath around it--the "Pulpit." This woodland wildflower grows to a mature height of one to two feet. Although this plant is tolerant in cold areas, the unique plant has an almost tropical look. Jack-in-the-pulpit has one to two green or green-and-purple leaves originating near Jack's base. Each leaf divides into three similarly-sized leaflets. They fold over to create an umbrella-like shape. At the top of the spike, the flowers emerge--abundant, petite, purple or red blossoms that show off their colors in the early to mid spring. Order Your Jack in the Pulpit From TN Nursery Today Jack in the Pulpit is a distinct plant, probably unlike most others you already have--order yours from TN Nursery today.
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Creeping Phlox Subulata Phlox subulata, moss phlox or creeping phlox, is a low-growing perennial plant that belongs to the family Polemoniaceae. It is native to North America and commonly grows in rocky or sandy soils on hillsides, slopes, and open woodlands.Moss phlox typically grows about 4-6 inches tall and spreads out to form a dense mat of foliage about 2 feet wide. The leaves are small, needle-like, and evergreen, providing year-round interest to the garden. Creeping Phlox - Subulata Is a low-growing phlox species In the spring, moss phlox produces clusters of small, star-shaped flowers in the shade of crimson red and white. These blooms are highly fragrant and attract bees, butterflies, and other pollinators to the garden.Moss phlox is a hardy and low-maintenance plant well-suited for rock gardens, borders, and groundcover plantings. It prefers full sun to partial shade and well-drained soils and is drought-tolerant once established. Amazing Grace Creeping Phlox Is White with Pink Center The Amazing Grace phlox plant is a wide variety of phlox known for its fragrant, showy blooms and ability to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden. It is an excellent choice for back borders or as a ground cover on steep hillsides that is low maintenance.The flowers of the Amazing Grace phlox plant are a vibrant shade of pink, and they bloom in mid to late summer. The blooms are large and fragrant and are borne in clusters. The plant's foliage is also attractive, with lance-shaped deep green leaves.It thrives in full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. This plant requires little maintenance once established. Regular watering and fertilizing promote healthy growth and abundant blooms.Overall, the Amazing Grace phlox plant is a beautiful addition to any garden and will provide years of enjoyment with its stunning flowers and lovely fragrance. Crimson Beauty Is a Deep Red Carpet Typa Phlox Crimson Beauty Phlox is a type of flowering plant that belongs to the Polemoniaceae family. It is known for its vibrant crimson-red colored flowers blooming in clusters during summer. The plant grows up to 2-3 feet in height and has lance-shaped green leaves that grow opposite each other on the stem.Crimson Beauty Phlox is a popular garden plant used in borders, rock gardens, and ground cover. It prefers well-drained soil and partial to total sun exposure. The plant is also relatively low-maintenance and can thrive in various soil types.Aside from its ornamental value, Crimson Beauty Phlox is also used for medicinal purposes. Its leaves and roots contain compounds traditionally used to treat respiratory and gastrointestinal ailments and skin conditions. However, it's important to note that self-medicating with plants can be dangerous, and consulting with a healthcare professional is always recommended. Buy Creeping Phlox Subulata Online
Yellow Trillium luteum Trillium luteum, also known as yellow trillium, is an herbaceous perennial wildflower that is native to the woods of North America. It's a unique and eye-catching flower with beautiful deep yellow petals that stands out in any garden. Add a touch of vivid beauty to your garden with the gorgeous yellow trillium! You'll impress your friends and neighbors with this rare and stunning flower when it blooms each season. Bring some color and life to your garden today with Yellow Trillium! Get your plant now and start enjoying its beauty for years to come. The lovely Yellow Trillium, also called yellow trillium or yellow toadshade, is a native species to the United States. Originating in the southeastern Appalachian region, they bloom in the middle of spring, bringing vibrant yellow when many summer-blooming flowers are awakening for the season. These perennial plants originally came from the wooded forests of the mountains. They love full shade and will tolerate partial shade. They also require soil that drains well and organic woody materials as a planting medium. Yellow trillium is a hardy plant. It's disease-resistant, pest-resistant, and drought-resistant. Usually, average rainfall totals provide enough moisture; however, you may need to assist with watering during a dry spell. TN Nursery customers often order Yellow Trillium plants to brighten up a rock garden or natural area or as a border planting in a shade garden. It is certainly versatile enough to use almost anywhere shaded. The Cheerful Yellow Trillium Blooms at the Perfect Time Every Spring Yellow trillium will wake up for the winter in the earliest days of spring, begin to unfurl its stems and leaves for the season, and blossom in mid-spring. The timing is ideal--it often appears after the early flowering bulbs end, but the summer perennials have not yet awakened. The yellow trillium stem grows from a robust root system. The deep-green single stem grows to about seven inches. Whorls of broad oval leaves emerge in a pleasant silvery green color from the stem. The mottled leaves have gold shading that adds charm and visual interest. The trillium name comes from the gorgeous flower, which opens to display three slender and elegant petals in a beautiful lemon to a bright yellow hue. The flowers bear cute little berries. Although the fruit is inedible to humans, your backyard critters--small animals and birds--will enjoy the feast. Order Your Yellow Trillium (Trillium luteum) From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery digs each plant only after you place an order. You will receive the freshest bare-root plants around. Order your yellow trillium today.
Jacobs Ladder Plant Jacobs Ladder Plant: The evergreen climbing plant, Jacob's Ladder, is a North American native species. Although it comes primarily from Mexico, it is a resilient and hardy plant, well-adapted to most parts of the United States. In fact, American gardeners have enjoyed cultivating this lovely floral vine for about two hundred years—TN Nursery ships this vine to almost every growing zone in the U.S.A. The name of the Jacob's Ladder plant has Biblical origins. In the book of Genesis, Jacob, a young man, dreamed of a heavenly ladder leading from earth to God. The climbing nature of this plant pays homage to that story. Jacob's Ladder Uses in Your Landscape Relative to other climbing plants, Jacob's Ladder stays relatively small. It generally grows to around three feet tall and is lovely when you place it on a small arbor, trellis, or a low fence. They will also attach to tall, sturdier flowers and begin their ascent--some creative gardeners grow sunflowers in beds with Jacob's Ladder to create a charming purple and yellow show of color in the summer. It makes a great companion plant with any tall and sturdy flower to create a similar complementary display--the only limit is your imagination. It needs a full-sun to a partially sunny spot in the garden if you want to see the glorious purple blooms. You can plant it in the shade if you need a low evergreen vine; however, it will not likely blossom in the full shade. They require watering only during extended periods of no rainfall, twice-annual fertilizing (before and after bloom times), and well-amended soil. They are relatively easy-natured and won't demand much of your time. The Captivating Beauty of the Jacob's Ladder Plant Jacob's Ladder Is A Lovely Evergreen Vine That Tops Out Around Three Feet High The evergreen vine of Jacob's Ladder plant is a rich, deep green. It will give you a welcome respite of green even in the winter. The white, blue-violet, or purple flowers measure about two inches across. Each flower has five oval petals that create a shallow cup shape. They bloom in attractive clusters containing up to six showy blossoms. Jacob's Ladder Plants are available to purchase at TN Nursery