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Pennsylvania Sedge - Package of 25 Plants
Pennsylvania Sedge Pennsylvania Sedge: Carex pensylvanica, aka Pennsylvania Sedge, is a hardy North American native grass species that will flourish across the cool to moderately warm regions of the United States. It is an unfussy ornamental grass that will thrive in many light conditions, from full sunshine to partial shade. This perennial ornamental will tolerate full shade, although it will grow slowly.  It prefers drier conditions than many ornamental grasses. This tolerance for dry soil makes it a favorite for TN Nursery customers who live in arid climates or have frequent watering restrictions in their communities. Once Pennsylvania Sedge develops strong roots, it becomes a carefree plant. It's drought-resistant, heat-resistant, pest-resistant, and disease-resistant. Other Common Names for Carex pensylvanica: Carex pensylvanica has several common names, with the usage varying from region to region. They include the following:  Oak Sedge Pennsylvania Sedge Plantainleaf Sedge Rush Sedge Sedge Grass Seersucker Sedge  How to Use Pennsylvania Sedge in Your Yard Unlike some ornamentals that get tall, Pennsylvania Sedge grows in attractive mounds that stay under a foot tall--usually around eight inches. It makes a lovely addition in these settings:  Pollinator Garden: Birds, bees, and butterflies will visit this grass and its tiny flowers. Xeriscaping or Desert Garden: If you hope to minimize water usage, plant Pennsylvania Sedge. Native Garden: Like most native species, this plant is hardy and resilient. Semi-shade or Shade Garden: Although Pennsylvania Sedge loves the full sunshine, it is a good-natured ornamental grass that will do well in any semi-shaded spot in a shade garden.  The Pleasant Appearance of Pennsylvania Sedge Grass Carex pensylvanica has tremendous charm as an ornamental. It spreads up to eight inches per growing season, eventually forming colonies. You can control the height by occasionally mowing it to a two-inch height.  Tiny, yellow fairy flowers bloom in the late spring; their size is so small that you can easily miss them. However, the butterflies and bees will notice and visit you, assisting with pollination. The grass grows in attractive clumps and forms slender spikes that gracefully arch over as they extend upward. They are semi-evergreen in all but the coldest growing zones.  Order Your Pennsylvania Sedge From TN Nursery Today  Pennsylvania Sedge is a lovely ornamental--please place your order today 
Creeping Buttercup
Creeping Buttercup
Tulip Bulbs - 10 For $19.99
Tulips Are Always The Focal Centerpiece In Finer Gardens Mixed Color Rainbow Tulip perennials are perennial flowers that bloom in early spring. They thrive commonly planted in the fall, and they will bloom in the spring. They look great in garden beds, containers, or accents. Please take a look at our most popular tulip perennials!  Our tulips come in all different colors, so you're sure to find something you love. Shop with TN Nursery to add a little style to your home today! Walk through your rainbow tulip tastic garden this spring!   Rainbow tulips offer a unique, bold look to any landscape. Purchase rainbow tulip perennials online and express your creativity! Add to your winter wish list, and keep coming back for updates. Rainbow tulip perennials are available now at TN Nursery! Check out our ready-to-ship selection and order your favorites with our fast and free shipping. What's your favorite flower? Is it a tulip? Look no further than these colorful beauties if you're looking for a low-maintenance perennial that blooms each spring reliably. From classic red and yellow to the more unpredictable shades, rainbow tulips are sure to make your flower garden pop with color.  Do you have a vacant spot in your yard? Is it filled with nothing but dirt and weeds? These unusual perennials will give you satisfaction in return for your patience. They begin flowering early, in as little as ten weeks, so they're ready before the weather warms up too much. Invest in a versatile garden staple and order your tulips today! Buy Tulip Plants Online - We Offer a large variety of colors to choose from
Pokeberry Plants  Pokeberry plants, phytolacca Americana, also known as the American Pokeweed plant, are abundant worldwide. It belongs to the family Phytolaccaceae with around 100 species. Two of the plant species are native to Eastern North America. This plant typically grows between 6 to 10 feet in height but may also be found as tall as 21 feet. The plant is shrub-like with a pinkish-red hollow stem around 2 inches in diameter. It has beautiful white flowers and berry-like fruit in the fruiting season. The flowers appear in linear clusters on short, reddish-purple stems with no petals. They have five sepals each and around ten stamens. While the flowers are usually white or green, they may also be purplish or pinkish. This plant flowers from May to October in Northern states, while year-round blossom is present in Southern states. The plant leaves are tapered, 8 to 15 inches long, with a dark green color on top and lighter on the underside, alternately present on the stem. They are hairless and broadly oval to egg-shaped with smooth and slightly wavy margins. The taproot is almost 12 inches long and 4 inches wide. The stem is flexible and rigid but not too strong. It is branched multiple times without a central stem. Moreover, the stalk is herbaceous, smooth, succulent, and reddish. It does not require specific conditions for growth. It grows aggressively through seeds in well-drained soils with average or medium moisture. The plant progresses the best when given adequate light and shade. This plant prefers full sun (6 hours daily) and partial shade (4 hours daily) and tolerates moderate drought. Despite doing well anywhere, it is best grown in zones 4 to 8. Pokeberry Plant produces dense purple blackberries around 2.5 inches in diameter in late summer to fall The plant produces dense purple blackberries around 2.5 inches in diameter in late summer to fall. Each berry has 6 to 12 seeds and hangs in clusters on the stem. The fruit is not edible, yet you can consume young leaves and stems when boiled and adequately cooked. They are also a good source of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. The shoots of these plants are harvested to be used for culinary purposes when they are 6 inches in height. The fruits are essential nutrients for mourning doves, mockingbirds, and northern cardinals. Young leaves are also mixed with other vegetables to enhance flavor. Other regional names for this plant include Poke salad, Poke swallet, or Poke. It is cultivated and used widely in the Southeast as an alternative for Asparagus and Spinach. The red color of berries is used as a food dye in the manufacturing of candies and wine and color paper and cloth. While the plant was initially misunderstood with no such uses known, you can plant this low-maintenance shrub for enhanced beauty. The white flowers and blackberries add to the aesthetic significance of the plant. Pokeberry Plant is for sale online at Tn Nursery
Hairy Buttercup
Hairy Buttercup Ranunculus sardous The hairy buttercup is a type of flowering plant that belongs to the Ranunculaceae family. Its scientific name is Ranunculus sardous. It is also known by common names such as Sardinian buttercup or Italian buttercup.The hairy buttercup is a small annual herb that grows up to 10-30 cm tall. It has bright yellow flowers with 5-7 petals and greenish sepals. The leaves are divided into three lobes, called "hairy" buttercup.The hairy buttercup is native to the Mediterranean region, including parts of Europe and North Africa. It typically grows in open, sunny areas such as fields, meadows, and roadsides. It blooms in the spring and summer, and bees and other pollinators visit its flowers. Hairy Buttercup: Ranunculus sardous, which most know by the name hairy buttercup, is a hardy perennial plant that appears each season in the early to middle of spring. As the snow melts away and the sun begins to warm the earth, this sweet yellow flower is one of the earliest arrivals.  TN Nursery suggests this plant in full-sun natural areas or garden beds.  Although found widely across North America, this flower originated in the Mediterranean regions of Europe, Asia, and North Africa.  Hairy Buttercup has a festive Appearance.  The plant grows in expansive clusters. Its leaves are broad and bright green, with softly rounded lobes around the leaves. They grow to about a two-food maximum height.  The stems of this compact flower give this flower its common name. As they grow straight and erect in warm spring temperatures, they show off tiny hairs on the stems and leaves.  The flowers are a cheerful bright yellow, welcoming the warm springtime temperatures. Each flower has five petals that create a cup shape when open; they have a matching yellow center. The blossoms are on the small side, measuring under an inch across. You will primarily see the cheerful blossoms from spring through mid-summer; the flowers go to seed during late summer and early fall, multiplying and continuing to cover your garden.  Hairy Buttercup care and maintenance  The hairy buttercup loves to bask in the full sunshine, like many pesky weeds. Cultivating the hairy buttercup can help eliminate weeds as they rob the nutrients and moisture from those unwanted growths. Plant them in full-sun flower beds; border gardens in a middle row; moderately-spreading ground cover plants; or pollinator gardens, where they attract bees, moths, and butterflies. How to Care for Ranunculus sardous  The hairy buttercup is a hardy perennial; it needs little care from the gardener. They love full sunshine and are drought-tolerant. They need a thin layer of mulch to put it to bed in the late fall and twice-annual fertilizing. Besides these basic needs, Ranunculus sardous does not require much care.  Hairy Buttercup Plants are available at TN Nursery  A hairy buttercup is an excellent option for a cheerful yellow flower that will work in the full sunshine. Order from TN Nursery today.
Daffodil Plant
Daffodils are early spring blooming perennials Daffodil perennials are the ultimate low-maintenance flowering plant. These sturdy beauties can survive with minimal water and are perfect for landscaping your outdoor spaces with eye-catching blooms. Plus, they work just as hard in winter as in summer, so you won't have to worry about replanting every season.  Daffodils can bring a vibrant touch of color to any garden or backyard. Their long-lasting blooms create an elegant backdrop that will be the talk of your neighborhood with daffodils, and the best thing about them is they are low maintenance and implemented in a garden. You can have an eco-friendly one as well!  Keep your yard looking great without wasting precious resources - plant daffodil perennials today!   Daffodils hold a special place in many hearts. Because they are among the first flowers to make a welcome appearance in the cool days of early spring, they send a light-hearted message of hope and joy. Their bright yellow heads cheer up winter-weary gardeners as they poke their heads through the soil and raise their sunny heads to the sun.   About Daffodil Flowers  Daffodils display small, trumpet-shaped flowers growing about twelve to eighteen inches tall. Their deep yellow trumpets and pale yellow perianth segments look very striking. They grow well in bright light and tolerate still-cold temperatures.  Daffodils belong to the genus Narcissus. These European native plants are perennials and grow from a brown sphere-shaped bulb. As they mature, they develop leafless stems. The flower itself features a cup-shaped center called the corona. Narcissus pseudonarcissus is also known as angel's tears because of its prominent corona.  The daffodil family features fifty species and over 25,000 hybrids--a large family with many similarities but all hardy to those first cold days of springtime.   Daffodils are deer-resistant and rabbit-resistant, reducing the odds that your woodland friends will feast on your colorful flowers.  When to Plant Daffodils  Gardeners generally plant daffodil bulbs in the late summer through the fall. Although cold-hardy, these cheery white and yellow flowers require sunshine to wake them up in the late winter, signaling that it's time to enter the world.   The bulbs are easy to plant, requiring well-amended soil, compost or fertilizer, and a sunny spot. They are unfussy and bountiful plants that do not demand much care--ideal for anyone from a beginner gardener to a seasoned pro.   Some gardeners plant them in traditional border gardens, placing them behind lower early spring flowers that look charming when they bloom. Others prefer to grow the bulbs in clusters or groupings of three to five bulbs each to create an eye-catching and colorful show of colors in the spring. Neither way is right nor wrong; it's about each gardener's desired effect and preferences.  Order Your Daffodils From TN Nursery Today  You can rely on TN Nursery to send you vigorous daffodil bulbs that will delight you in the spring. We welcome your order today. Daffodils Narcissus for sale online at Tn Nursery 
Pan and Plank Bird Feeder Kit - Guaranteed To Attract 5x's More Birds
Pan & Plank Bird Feeder Kit Includes: 1 Plank 36" In Length 1 Pan 1 Gallon of Bird Seed Mix (You Choose What Type of Birds You Want To Feed) 4 Screws (use 2 to attach the plank to your railing and 2 to attach pan to end of plank) Assembly is super easy... It's also advised to drill a few small holes in the bottom of the feeder pan so the pan will drain when it rains or snows. * We sell about 40 of these per day. All wood is derived from yellow pine tree logs right on our nursery farm and cut from our sawmill and are made to order. Shipping will be 3-6 days after we receive your order. ************************************************************************************* If you want birds unlike anything you've ever seen, forget bird feeders that are difficult for birds to feast from. At TN Nursery, we have a pan and plank combo you can place on the fence or rail of your porch and watch the birds flock to it. We have a video attached with the pan on our front deck,  and we get to watch all types of birds flock to this simple pan and plank method that enables bird lovers to view them right off their deck or porch railing.  Our Bird Feeder Is Well Made, Engineered By Hand, and Will Last For Many Years We guarantee you that you will be amazed and never before will you see so many red cardinals,  wrens, finches, and other types of birds as you are about to experience them. Pan and Plank Feeder Was Invented By a Lynchburg Tennessee 86-Year-Old Man Living In The Heart Of Jack Daniels Area This idea came from an elderly 86-year-old retired law officer living in Lynchburg, TN. He is an avid bird watcher, and we visited his home and were amazed at the red birds flocking to his pan and plank feeder.  The Resilience of The Feeder Pan Each pan is made from (weather-proof) galvanized steel with low sides, so homeowners can attach this to their decks or porch railings and see a bountiful supply of birds. The Plank Is Cut From Pine Tree Logs On Site The plank is made from yellow pine wood 1x4"x36". It is long enough to put on the railing so the birds will not spill seeds on your deck. Dennis saws each one of these planks by hand. It's not some plastic piece that will break off quickly; this is hand sawed from pine logs.   SEE OUR VIDEO OF BIRDS FLOCKING TO THIS FEEDER KIT