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Blue Vervain (Verbena hastata) Blue vervain (Verbena hastata) is a perennial plant native to North America. It belongs to the family Verbenaceae and is also known as swamp verbena, wild hyssop, and simpler's joy. The blue vervain plant can grow up to 6 feet tall and has slender stems with small leaves that are toothed and pointed. The flowers are small and blue-violet, growing in long spikes at the top of the stem. The plant blooms in mid-summer to early fall. Blue vervain is known for its medicinal uses and has been used in traditional medicine. It is believed to have relaxing effects and is used to treat anxiety, depression, and insomnia. It is also used to relieve menstrual cramps and other types of pain. In addition to its medicinal uses, blue vervain is a decorative plant in gardens and a popular choice for attracting butterflies and other pollinators. It prefers moist soil and is often found growing in wet meadows, streams, and other damp habitats. Blue Vervain: Verbena hastata is a pretty perennial flower, prized by gardeners across the United States for its casual good looks and ability to flourish in highly humid, sunny conditions. If you have never heard of blue vervain, perhaps you know it as one of its other common names. Some gardeners may call it one of the following: Blue verbena Simplers joy Swamp verbena Swamp vervain This species is a North American native wildflower, growing naturally in sunny meadows near ponds, creeks, and on riverbanks and marshlands. This wildflower's affinity for tolerating clay, sand, and other high-humidity conditions makes it ideal for a water garden or as an ornamental on the banks of a pond. As a native species, Verbena hastata requires almost no care if you plant it in the correct location--full-sun to partial-sun with moist soil. The Natural Beauty of Blue Vervain Adds Color to a Moist, Sunny Spot Verbena hastata forms sturdy, upright stems that can grow to an average mature height of three to five feet. Each stem has large, opposing green leaves that are long and narrow in shape. The edges of each leaf have a slightly toothy-looking appearance. While the stems and leaves attract, the tubular flowers steal the show. Delicate purple flowers form on a tall spike at the top of the stem--opening at the bottom first and working their way up. These flowers have a long blooming cycle, starting in the middle of summer and lasting until the end of summer, with only a few petite individual blossoms opening at any given time. Despite the plant's name, the flowers are not blue but blue-violet to purple. The flowers have a fantastic light floral aroma that is unforgettable but not overpowering. Order Your Verbena hastata From TN Nursery Today Consider blue vervain if you have a creek, stream, pond, or water garden on your property that needs a full-sun to partial-sun-loving plant. It will flourish in those conditions. Order your Verbena hastata from TN Nursery today.
Larkspur Plant The Larkspur plant is also known as Delphinium, the official name for this genus in the Ranunculaceae family. The Larkspur is native to the Northern Hemisphere and the tropical mountainous regions of Africa, and it gets its unusual nickname from how its petals mature. Most species of Larkspurs have petals that grow together to form a hollow pocket that develops between 2 and 5 “spurs” near the tip of this pocket. The scientific designation of Delphinium also refers to this unusual shape, with the name chosen to describe this spur instead of a dolphin’s graceful arch. Larkspur is a prairie perennial native plant. Larkspurs come in a wide variety of species. Some varieties that originally are found in forests are tall, hearty plants. These species produce bountiful flowers with long stems up to 2 meters tall. Other varieties from prairie habitats are much shorter, with short stems as small as 10 centimeters for some varieties that only develop very few flowers. Another notable characteristic of the Larkspur plant is its leaves. The Larkspur sports between three and seven deeply lobed, palmate leaves, with the size and number of lobes varying for each species. The color of this gorgeous plant most often presents as a blue hue, but its coloration can vary from rich purples and bright blues to even yellows, reds, and whites. Most varieties of this unique plant share a similarly designed seed. However, that is typically small, black, and usually shiny. Larkspur is a spring blooming perennial Most varieties of Larkspurs flower anywhere from late spring to late summer, making them the perfect plants to provide beautiful blooms during the warmest months of the year for most gardeners. Pollination for Larkspurs is completed with local bumble bees and butterflies, familiar visitors to green spaces with bountiful blooms like those found on this flowering plant.
Plant Creeping Buttercup and add a touch of color to your garden! The Creeping Buttercup is a perennial favorite. With its bright yellow flowers and delicate, thin stems, this little flower adds beauty and charm to any garden. It's perfect for rock, cottage, and container gardens. It will spread out quickly in sunny spots! Give your garden an extra hint of charm with Creeping Buttercup. Its sunshine-bright flowers will add a touch of color without overpowering the rest of your blooms, making it the perfect addition to any outdoor living space. With its low maintenance and fast growth rate, you can enjoy its beauty for years. Start your garden transformation today with Creeping Buttercup! This resilient flower is ideal for any outdoor space and doesn't require much attention – just a bit of sun. Creeping Buttercup perennial is an excellent solution for anyone who wants a low-maintenance, resilient ground cover plant for a shady yard area. It creates a rich, emerald mat of foliage punctuated by cheerful, delicate yellow flowers that will make you smile whenever you see it. A native to Europe, settlers cultivated creeping buttercup from an early era. So it's now well-adjusted and as natural sight in the American landscape as many native species. You can use this charming classic flower in a shade garden, border garden, container or pot, or ground cover. The Sweet Disposition of the Creeping Buttercup The creeping buttercup occurs in many habitats. You might see it growing at the shady edges of forests and woodlands, meadows, and the edges of creeks. The hardy plant grows from New England to Florida and the mild climates in the western United States. It asks for shady to semi-shade to shade and moist, de-compacted soil. The creeping buttercup is helpful as a ground cover because it reproduces by two methods. First, and primarily, the base of the plant sends out runners that embed a new plant into the earth. Secondly, the flowers will produce tiny seeds near the end of the growing season. Although birds and small mammals will snack on many of those seeds, some will work under the soil and take hold. This sweet little flower is almost carefree; it will grow in nearly any shady location with minimal care from a gardener. The Sunny Face of the Creeping Buttercup Creeping buttercups are unapologetically adorable. The leaf has three small dark green, glossy, slightly toothed leaflets from multiple stems per plant. The bright yellow buttercup flower turns its face to the sun each morning, showing off five or more bright-hued yellow petals. The flower centers are yellow, light green, and delicate. The creeping buttercup starts to bloom in the late spring and displays its cheerful color through August. Order Your Creeping Buttercup From TN Nursery Today If you want a shade garden classic or ground cover that requires the smallest amount of care, the creeping buttercup is an excellent choice. Order Ranunculus repens from TN Nursery 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 This perennial 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.
Poppy Plant (Stylophorum diphyllum) Wood poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum) is a herbaceous perennial plant that belongs to the poppy family. It is native to eastern North America and can be found in wooded areas, stream banks, and moist meadows.This yellow bloomin perennial favorite grows to 1 to 2 feet and has bright yellow, cup-shaped flowers that bloom in late spring or early summer. The flowers are about 2 inches in diameter and have four petals.The leaves of the wood poppy are deeply lobed and can grow up to 6 inches across. They are bright green and add to the plant's attractive appearance.Wood poppy is often grown in gardens and landscaping for their showy flowers and attractive foliage. It prefers partial shade and moist, well-drained soil. It is easy to grow and low-maintenance, making it a popular choice for gardeners. Poppy Plant: Stylophorum diphyllum, the yellow poppy plant, is a North American native wildflower species that adds a sunny burst of warmth anyplace it blooms. It grows in the moderate USDA growing zones with little care, making these flowers a TN Nursery customer favorite. The poppy plant grows in attractive, small clumps that look fantastic in flower beds and borders or when you plant them in large containers. If you use them in a border garden, place them in a middle row, as they can reach from one to two feet high. Besides the common name, poppy, Stylophorum diphyllum has a few other nicknames, including these: Celandine Poppy Wood poppy Woods-poppy Yellow Wood Poppy Whatever label you give them, you will love the zesty yellow show of color in any partially-shaded or full-shade location. Where to Plant Your Poppy Plants Poppies are self-seeding plants. However, they are not aggressive growers, so you can plant them without fear of them taking over the entire flower bed! A relatively maintenance-free plant, the yellow poppy plant needs about an inch of water weekly but needs soil that drains well. Amend the soil with compost in spring, and tuck your poppies in for the winter with a protective layer of hardwood mulch. The Tall, Elegant Poppy Plant Poppy plants have a reputation for looking tall and leggy. These tall, golden flowers have four softly-rounded petals per flower; each petal has charming, ruffled edges. The blossoms form a shallow cup shape. When open, the flowers can be as large as three inches across. They grow from a single, pleasing green stem with soft hairs that add an interesting textural element. The lobed leaves are silvery-green and form in opposing pairs on the stem. The general look of the yellow poppy plant is tall, glamorous, and cheerful. It makes an impactful color statement. Order Your Poppy Plant From TN Nursery Today If you are ready to add a splash of yellow to your garden, TN Nursery recommends the yellow poppy plant--order yours today.
Foam Flower (Tiarella Cordifolia) Tiarella, also known as foam flower, is a genus of perennial flowering plants native to North America. These plants are known for their attractive foliage and delicate, frothy flowers, which give them their common name of foam flower. Tiarella plants are popular in woodland gardens, as they prefer shady conditions and moist, well-draining soil.Tiarella plants typically have low, mounding foliage with deeply lobed leaves that are often varied. In the spring, they produce slender spikes of small, star-shaped flowers ranging from white to pink. These flowers are beautiful to bees and other pollinators.Tiarella foam flower plants are a beautiful addition to any garden or landscape, particularly those with partial or complete shade. They require little maintenance beyond the regular watering and occasional fertilization and can add color and interest to your outdoor space throughout the growing season. Foam Flower: Tiarella cordifolia, the foam flower, takes its name from the fluffy, feathery clusters of tiny white flowers--so small that they appear as foam on the spiky, thin stems. This shade-loving, deciduous, perennial wildflower is a spring-blooming beauty, brightening up your garden from mid-spring until early June in most growing zones. Foam flower perennial is a North American native species, growing in the deep woods north as far as Canada and south to Alabama. In nature, they occur on the woody floor of the forest and high, shady banks of wetlands or swamps. Tiarella cordifolia is not fussy about the air temperature, but it does want shade or partially shaded light conditions, moist soil, and woody organic materials like compost or hardwood mulch. Foam Flower Attracts Myriad Creatures and Pollinators TN Nursery recommends foam flowers to gardeners who want to plant a shade garden that attracts butterflies, songbirds, bees, or small mammals. Bees, butterflies, and moths cannot resist the allure of the snowy white foam flowers. They will visit your garden to the sometimes hard-to-come-by drink early-season nectar. After the flowers finish showing off their glorious blooms, they produce their fruit--tiny seeds that songbirds and small mammals will enjoy. The Ethereal Beauty of Tiarella cordifolia Tiarella Cordifolia stays relatively petite but makes a significant color splash in the garden. The plant reaches about one to two feet high and will spread about a foot wide. The leaves are generous, full, long-stalked, and about four inches across. They have rounded tips and shallow lobes with pronounced serration. Blooming foam flowers form in tall, narrow, dense clusters with profuse numbers of dainty flowers. While the flowers tend to be snow white, they may also be cream or blush pink. They grow atop a leafless stalk, blooming as early as April. It produces seeds around June. Order Your Foam Flower From TN Nursery Today Are you ready to add the lovely foam flower to your garden and enjoy spring beauty? Order from TN Nursery today.
Jewelweed Plant Jewelweed, also known as spotted touch-me-not or Impatiens capensis, is a plant native to North America. It is a member of the impatiens family.Jewelweed is often found in wetlands and damp areas and prefers to grow in partial to full shade. The plant has thin, translucent stems and oval-shaped leaves with serrated edges. Its flowers are orange or yellow and shaped like a trumpet.Jewelweed is also an important food source for hummingbirds and other wildlife. Jewelweed Plant: Impatiens capensis, or jewelweed plant, is a lovely woodland species you might know by other common names. Some other monikers include these: Orange jewelweed Common jewelweed Orange balsam Spotted touch-me-not Touch-me-not Each term refers to the jewelweed plant regardless of what you call it. Jewelweed Plant Thrives In Shady Conditions The jewelweed plant is hardy and will flourish in challenging conditions. An unabashed woodland grower, it thrives from the Canadian border and in every growing zone in the United States except the hottest. The jewelweed plant grows in its natural forested environment in sun-dappled meadows, clearings, creekbeds, and under a woodsy canopy. It likewise thrives in either shade or partially-shaded conditions in your landscape. It likes moisture but does not want to keep its feet wet and needs well-draining soil with woody organic matter. If you create those growing conditions, the jewelweed plant will need little else from you except perhaps a little autumn mulch in the coolest climates. The Magnificent Beauty of the Jewelweed Plant The plant generally grows to around three feet high and three feet wide. The self-pollinating, self-seeding jewelweed plant has bright green stems and matching leaves. The leaves are a modified triangle shape with gently toothed edges. Although not technically a ground cover plant, the jewelweed can form into dense stands over several years. The flowers dangle from thin, sturdy leaf axles, creating a graceful appearance. The flower petals are a refreshing orange pop that starkly contrasts against the green backdrop. Each flower has four to five petals that form in a slight trumpet shape that hummingbirds cannot resist. Jewelweed plants bloom from early summer until the first fall frost. Jewelweed Plant is available at TN Nursery today. The jewelweed plant is a must-have if you want to add a delicious slice of orange to a shade garden. Order your jewelweed from TN Nursery today.
Black Eyed Susan$5.99
Black Eyed Susan The Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) is a bright yellow wildflower native to the eastern part of North America. It belongs to the aster or sunflower family. Ita a herbaceous perennial plant that reaches a mature height of about 1-3 feet tall. Some may grow taller. Rudbeckia Hirta is a Summer Blooming Perennial The plant has a single stem that is hairy and branched, producing yellow, daisy-like flowers with dark brown, almost black centers. The name is derived, of course, from its dark brown center. The flowers are 2-3 inches in diameter. The leaves are green and slightly hairy, and they have toothed margins. The plant's root system is a taproot system with fibrous roots. The plant's taproot can grow to a depth of several feet, depending on the soil conditions. Black-eyed Susans are often grown in gardens for their beautiful blooms and nectar. The nectar attracts bees and butterflies, lured by the sweet nectar and bright colors of the flowers. The pollinators then spread the pollen around. They are also famous for cutting flowers as they have a long vase life. In the wild, Black-eyed Susans grow in woods, prairies, and meadows throughout much of North America. They thrive in dry and moist soils and full sun or partial shade. These flowers typically bloom in mid to late summer and continue to flower through early fall. The exact timing of this blooming period can vary depending on factors such as the plant's location, growing conditions, and climate. In warmer regions, the blooming period may begin earlier in the summer and continue into the fall. In cooler regions, the blooming period may be shorter, and the plants may only flower for a few weeks in mid to late summer. Black Eye Susan are deer-resistant plants that can produce blooms for up to two months under optimal growing conditions.
Bellflower Plant (Uvularia grandiflora) Bellflower (Campanula) is a genus of flowering plants in Campanulaceae. There are over 500 species of bellflower, which are found throughout the Northern Hemisphere, with the highest diversity in the Mediterranean region. Bellflowers are known for their bell-shaped flowers, which come in various colors, including blue, purple, white, and pink. They bloom in summer and can continue to flower into fall. The leaves are typically toothed or lobed and can be evergreen or deciduous. Bellflowers can be grown in various settings, including garden beds, borders, and rock gardens. They prefer well-draining soil and full sun to partial shade. They are relatively easy to grow and propagate, and many species self-seed.Some popular species of bellflower include the harebell (Campanula rotundifolia), Canterbury bells (Campanula medium), and peach-leaved bellflower (Campanula persicifolia). Bellflower Plant: Uvularia grandiflora, the bellflower plant, is a perennial woodland species native to eastern and central North America. Due to its early spring arrival, many gardeners include this lovely yellow flower in their landscape plan. In some USDA growing zones, it blooms for about two weeks as early as March--a welcome sight for winter-weary eyes. If this plant seems familiar, but the name doesn't sound right to your ears, you may better recognize it by one of its many names. Here are a few others: Large bellwort Large flower bellwort Large-flowered bellwort Merry bells Great merry bells Yellow bellwort Each of these nicknames comes from the sunny yellow, bell-shaped flowers. Where to Grow the Bellflower Plant As a native to the lush forests across the eastern United States, the bellflower perennial plant prefers filtered sun to a full shade location. It will accept a couple of hours of full morning sunshine despite the shade preference. It also likes soil that compares to what it would have in the forest--lots of rich, woody material. Think about adding compost, shredded leaves, and hardwood mulch. Bellflower is an excellent companion plant with other forest species, such as ferns and peat moss. Bellflower can tolerate short periods of dryness and heat. However, it prefers well-draining soil with some moisture. You might need to water it during summertime's hot spells. Besides optimizing these growing conditions, the bellflower plant is self-sufficient and resilient. Once established, you will enjoy it without much intervention. Use bellflowers in a shade garden, rock garden, or natural area. But leave space--it will soon colonize and give you lots of baby bellflowers to dig up and use throughout your property or share with friends. The Sunny Look of Bellflowers Bellflower leaves reach about six inches long and two inches wide, forming a pale green lance shape. They encircle the green stem and have an interesting fine white fuzz on the bottom. The cheery yellow flowers form a cone shape and then gracefully droop, forming an elongated bell shape. Each flower has six petals, emitting a soft, fresh floral fragrance. Order Your Bellflower Plant (Set of 2) From TN Nursery Today The bellflower plant makes a cheerful arrival in the earliest days of spring. Order yours today--you will be glad you did.
White Violets (Viola canadensis) White violets, also known as Viola canadensis, are flowering perennials that belong to the Violaceae family. They are native to North America and can grow in wooded areas, streams, and other moist habitats.White violets typically grow about 6-12 inches tall and have heart-shaped leaves and small, delicate white flowers. They bloom in the spring and early summer and are often used in gardens and landscaping as ground cover or border plants.In addition to their ornamental value, white violets have medicinal properties. They have been used traditionally to treat various ailments, including headaches, coughs, and skin irritations. These delicate perennials are also a source of antioxidants and may have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects. White Violets: Viola canadensis, white violets, are a self-seeding perennial growing in the cooler USDA growing zones. The flowers are striking--snowy white with a delicate purple brushstroke. A North American native species, white violets occur in nature on the rich, moist floors of the hardwood forests of Canada, New England, across the Great Lakes, and into the upper plains. This perennial loves moisture, filtered shade, and organic materials. Where to Plant Viola canadensis in Your Landscape White violets stay under twelve inches tall; the reasonable size makes them ideal for use in many locations. Here are a few places to use white violets: Border garden Shade garden Along a walkway Mass plantings Near a fountain or water feature Along a shaded walkway Loosen the soil in a shady area to encourage quick drainage, and amend the soil with compost, shredded leaves, or hardwood mulch. White violets will also flower in heavily shaded areas, but the blooms will be less bountiful. It does not prefer full sunshine. White violets are deer-resistant but will attract butterflies, moths, bumblebees, and other pollinator insects. The Light and Airy Look of White Violets White violets form small clumps up to twelve inches wide. The stem is burgundy to purple and narrow. The leaves create a lovely heart shape with gently scalloped edges and a pronounced tip. They are a true green, about four inches long and three inches wide. Fine hairs may be present along the edges. Singular flowers measure an inch or less and display five petals with a cheerful yellow middle. The angelic white petals have a slight brush of purple on the lower petal and are about one inch across. Blossoms open up and put on their show at the end of the spring and into early summertime. Order White Violets From TN Nursery Today White violets make a charming addition to your shade garden--order yours from TN Nursery today.
Yarrow Plant Yarrow is a perennial herbaceous plant native to Europe, Asia, and North America. It is known for its fern-like foliage and clusters of small, flat-topped flowers that bloom in shades of white, yellow, pink, or red. Yarrow plants typically grow 2-3 feet tall and prefer full sun to partial shade. In addition to its ornamental value, yarrow has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. It contains several compounds that have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, and it has been used to treat various ailments, including wounds, fever, and digestive issues. Yarrow is also famous for attracting pollinators, particularly butterflies and bees. It is easy to grow and relatively low-maintenance, and can be propagated through division or seed. Yarrow is an excellent addition to a wildflower garden or mixed border and can be used in cut flower arrangements. Yarrow Plant: A low-maintenance, drought-tolerant herbaceous perennial that grows across almost the entire United States, yarrow is an extremely hardy plant. It belongs to the large Achillea genus, all native to North America, Europe, and Asia. This resilient plant is unfussy and, once established, almost carefree. Yarrow flourishes equally in the following growing conditions: Full sun or partial shade Cooler climates or heat High humidity or arid conditions Because of its adaptability and easy-going nature, TN Nursery often suggests the yarrow plant for the most challenging growing conditions. Other common names for yarrow include the following: Bloodwart Carpenter's Weed Common Yarrow Devil's Nettle Fern-Leaf Yarrow Milfoil Nose Bleed Oldman's Pepper Sanguinary Soldier's Woundwort Thousandleaf The Graceful Appearance of the Yarrow Plant The yarrow plant averages two to three feet in height at maturity. Each plant features multiple glossy, dark green stems with graceful, six-inch-long, fern-like leaves. The flowers appear in the late weeks of summer or early fall. Small, under one-inch wide flowers, with five ray-shaped petals emerge in abundance. They have yellow or light green centers. These petite blossoms form in dense, showy clusters of twenty or more. At first glance, they appear like a single giant flower. The plant emits a pleasing, spicy fragrance that intensifies if you break open a stem to release its oils.
Quaker Ladies (Azure Bluet)$5.69
Quaker Ladies Azure Bluet Azure bluets, also known as Quaker ladies, are dainty, pale-blue perennial flowers that symbolize connection to Mother Earth. The Azure bluet flowers grow in patches and are about four inches tall. This cute flower is the perfect addition to any garden or landscape. Each flower has four delicate, pointed petals and a yellow center held by a thin, dark-green stem. Bluets Quaker Ladies Native to North America, the Azure bluet thrives in meadows along rivers with thin, rocky soil. They look gorgeous in any garden and add instant beauty anywhere they are planted. Azure bluets love the sun and thrive in acidic soil. This woodland herb provides an elegant pop of color that will enhance the beauty of your backyard landscape. Bees and other pollinators are attracted to this vibrant flower. You will notice the most growth and color from this flower in spring, making it an excellent addition to your yard during the Easter holiday. Once established, your bluets will return each spring to create a charming landscape that resembles a fairy tale. The clusters of bluet serve as an excellent ground cover that will hide bare patches of land and breathe life into your lawn or garden. Azure Bluets are also known as Quaker Ladies Seeds carried by the wind will be dispersed across your yard, adding pops of sky-blue to the landscape. Some believe that planting this flower can strengthen your connection to Earth's inhabitants, including birds and plants. Innocence and beauty are also represented by azure bluets, making them one of the most popular garden plants in the United States and Canada. Anyone can enjoy these tiny flowers' delicate, gentle appearance, and they will surely bring a sense of playful joy to your yard or garden. You will love seeing these little blue flowers pop up each spring.
Bird's Foot Violet$5.79
Bird's Foot Violet (Viola pedata) Make your garden stand out with stunning birds' foot violet perennials! Birds foot violet perennials are an eye-catching addition to any outdoor area. With their unique foliage, these hardy plants will draw attention and be the centerpiece of your garden. The deep purple flowers last throughout the season and make a great addition to any landscape. Bird's foot violet perennials will stay healthy and vibrant for years with minimal care. Bring a unique and lovely look to your garden with these perennials, and enjoy the freshness all year round! Enjoy the vibrant color of these gorgeous flowers and the low-maintenance care that comes with them. Make sure to experience the joy of having these delightful flowers in your outdoor area! Make your garden stand out today with bird's foot violet perennials — get them delivered right to your door! Bird's Foot Violet: Viola pedata, or the Bird's Foot Violet, is a lovely herbaceous perennial plant with showy blue or violet flowers that add color to the late-spring garden. Bird's Foot Violet is a sun-loving flower that can tolerate a little filtered shade. It is a North American native species, found naturally growing in meadows, along ditch banks, and in woodland clearings from southern New England through the mid-south and west across the open prairies of the upper midwest. It prefers de-compacted soil, and you will fertilize it about twice yearly--in the early spring and the fall. In late autumn, gardeners in northern climates often add a protective blanket of hardwood mulch. Although Bird's Foot Violet likes moisture, it does not like wet feet, so plan a spot where rainwater does not stand. Besides routine maintenance, Bird's Foot Violet is easy to grow. Where to Plant Bird's, Foot Violet TN Nursery suggests Bird's Foot Violet if you have a sunny spot that needs a touch of late spring color. Plant Bird's Foot Violet in these spots: Near a garden walkway Fairy Garden Rock garden Flower bed Garden border Mass plantings In deep pots or containers The Magnificent Beauty of Bird's Foot Violet Bird's Foot Violet gets its name from the unique appearance of its leaves--they grow in a shape that resembles a bird's foot! The leaves are silvery green, elongated to about three inches, and lobed in a way that looks like a claw. The flowers have four petals--the two upper petals are usually blue, and the lower petals may be a richer shade, like purple or violet. The two-toned effect is stunning. Bird's Foot Violet grows to about eight inches high and wide, a reasonably sized plant you can use in many settings. Order Your Bird's Foot Violet From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery has decades of experience, and we ship only the best from our family farm. Order your Bird's Foot Violet today.
10 Water Garden Plants$24.99
Water Garden Package of 10 Water-Loving Plants Water Garden Package: TN Nursery is pleased to present a water garden package, complete with ten healthy, water-loving plants, to our customers. If you have a water garden or koi pond on your property, you know this unique feature is worth your time and attention. Adding the best water garden plants for your growing zone adds value and charm; it also adds value to the mini-ecosystem your pond creates. But what plants are necessary? You might ask yourself that question. TN Nursery takes the guesswork out of the equation. Our experienced horticulturists will custom assemble--just for you--a water garden package with ten plants that will flourish in your particular area. When you order, we take note of your USDA growing zone, which helps us decide which species we will select for your water garden package. Please place your order with complete confidence in our experience. We will take care of the rest. Water Garden Package Might Include Here are a few plants that might come in your water garden package--remember these are representative, but your particular selection may vary. Water Lily Pads: Lily pads are a charming, classic addition to a pond or water garden. They camouflage your fish, protecting them from predators, and have lovely flowers that add a vibrant touch of color. Water Willow: This lovely plant has colorful flowers that bloom in the shallow waters of your pond or along the banks. Bulrush: This aquatic plant grows in dense colonies in low waters. It often serves as a habitat for herons, egrets, or other water-loving birds. Cattails: Tall and classic, the cattail is easily identifiable for its lovely, large plumes that rise out of the water. Remember, your water garden package contains ten healthy plants, hand-selected to suit your local growing conditions. Our experts know what you need. Water Garden Package (10 Plants) is available today at TN Nursery Are you ready to enhance your pond with the best water garden plants? Place your order with TN Nursery today.
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