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Red Maple Tree$25.99
Red Maple Tree (Acer rubrum) Red Maple Tree: Acer rubrum, formerly Acer sanguineum, or the common name red maple, is an American native deciduous tree species. TN Nursery hears from customers who seek this stunning tree as a shade tree, accent tree, or specimen in their gardens. It grows in almost every region of the contiguous United States. Other names for the red maple tree include the following: Carolina Maple Curled Maple Scarlet Maple Soft Maple Swamp Maple Where (and How) to Plant Your Red Maple Tree The red maple tree is relatively easy to care for. You will meet its critical needs when you plant it. It starts with location --select a sunny site that will receive at least six hours of daily sunshine. The partial sun will also suffice, although the colors may be less brilliant. This species adapts to many soil types but requires the soil to have woody material when you plant it. Think of the growing conditions in its native woods--which makes perfect sense! Amend the soil with hardwood mulch, peat moss, compost, or leaf litter. After planting, you will only need to mulch around the tree once in spring and again in the fall. Once planted, the seedling needs about an inch of water every week, especially during the hottest summer days. However, the red maple tree will become drought-tolerant after the roots grow strong and healthy. The Tall and Handsome Looks of the Red Maple Tree The red maple tree can grow tall--up to 120 feet and with a 50-foot wide canopy. The trunk can be upward of six feet in diameter! It is certainly impressive when it reaches its mature size. Early spring brings large, showy magenta or bright red flowers that grow in charming clusters. They are a welcome sight and one of the earliest bloomers of spring. The blossoms have a light, floral fragrance that signals the arrival of spring. The leaves unfurl in a soft green in the spring and deepen to a dark green shade. Leaves are three-lobed and can measure six inches long and two to four inches across. In the later part of the summer, the color changes again to a rich copper or red--giving the tree its name. Order Your Red Maple Tree From TN Nursery Today If you want a lovely shade tree that brings bright red color to the autumn landscape, then the red maple tree is an excellent selection. Order from TN Nursery today
Green Giant Arborvitae$13.99
Green Giant Arborvitae Thuja Green Giant is perfect if you want a fast-growing evergreen privacy hedge. These little beauties grow up to 3 feet per year and can be planted in various outdoor environments. They also come with 25% off already low grower prices. Give your garden privacy with these beautiful, fast-growing evergreens that also make an excellent windscreen. Shop now and get free shipping to your door! The Thuja Green Giant offers a fast-growing, evergreen privacy hedge or windscreen for your yard Thuja Green Giant can be trimmed to fit any space up to 12' wide and up to 10' tall. It's perfect for an evergreen hedge or windscreen, making it an excellent choice for privacy around fences, pools, and decks. Thuja Green Giant has grown in areas across the US for nearly 50 years and is one of the most popular evergreens in American gardens. It has excellent looks, and it's easy to grow! Don't delay! Give your home the beauty and privacy of a Thuja Green Giant today. It's the perfect way to add color to a shady garden and is exceptionally hardy, tolerant of drought and pollution, and deer resistant. Growing Thuja Green Giant means you'll have privacy in your yard or partial shade while still having enough light on your property. And with a shrubby growth pattern--perfect for filling in open spaces--you'll be able to create a windscreen or privacy hedge that suits your needs! Thuja Green Giants are designed for the needs of homeowners and professionals alike. This shrubby evergreen provides complete sun protection for one's property and is also attractive, easy to grow, and drought tolerant! Use Thuja Green Giants to get the privacy you want and need. With this perfect evergreen, you will get an excellent privacy hedge or windscreen. TN Nursery has the most extensive stock of Thuja Green Giants - it's the perfect evergreen to fill in gaps in your hedge row. We offer low grower prices and fast shipping: Buy a Thuja Green Giant from TN Nursery and create a quick privacy hedge in just a few weeks! Get it at our low grower price and get it shipped to your door affordably. Buy the Thuja Green Giant now! Thuja Green Giant is the perfect privacy hedge for you. Want a fast-growing privacy hedge? Thuja Green Giant is a perfect choice. These little beauties grow up to 3 feet per year and can be planted in various outdoor environments. They also come with 25% off already low grower prices. Give your garden privacy with these beautiful, fast-growing evergreens that also make an excellent windscreen. Shop now and get free shipping to your door! Buy Thuja Green Giant arborvitaes online at TN Nursery and get the best deal on quality plants that are shipped quickly to your door! Thinking of adding a privacy hedge to your yard? Thuja Green Giant is the perfect fast-growing evergreen, providing year-round color and privacy in a compact shape. With its lush green leaves and delicious scent, Green Giant can quickly provide the p
Grow Your Own Almond Trees Non-Pareil Almond Producing Trees Shipped in 2-4 Feet Almond tree seeds are an excellent choice for those who want to grow their food. They require little maintenance and are easily managed. Growing this tree from seed, however, can seem a bit daunting. Grow Your Own Almond Trees • This nut tree produces almonds. It seems obvious, but it bears repeating. That's what they're known for, and that's what you'll be harvesting if you plant them successfully. Almond Tree Uses • Its seeds are relatively easy to find. Although you might have to look a little more complicated than your usual grocery store might stock them, finding almond tree seeds is pretty easy if you know where to look. You can often find them at either local hardware stores or nurseries, although the chances of finding an exceptionally high-quality brand increase dramatically as you start looking in specialty stores. • They are very delicious and nutritious. In addition to tasting great, they have a variety of health benefits. They have been shown to have antioxidant properties, and because they are high in protein yet low in fat, they are perfect for you. • Fruits and nuts. When you grow it, you don't just enjoy the trees that produce them--you also get all the other fruits that almond trees bear. These include peaches, apples, and cherries. • Its trees can be grown indoors or outdoors. You can start with a tree seedling and grow it in a pot or a garden. They need to be given abundant sunlight, so if you plan on growing them indoors, you will have to purchase a new pot every few years as they grow. • You can buy the trees that are already started. There are many advantages to buying a potted tree that is already accustomed to its surroundings. It's much more likely to live for many seasons than one just planted straight into the ground. • Its trees are adaptable and tolerant of most conditions. Although it's possible that the trees you buy might not survive the first year, it's also likely that they will do much better than those bought from a local nursery.
Pink Princess Dogwood$22.99
Pink Princess Dogwood Trees Pink Princess Dogwood Trees: TN Nursery customers love our pink dogwood trees. These trees are part of the Cornus genus, which contains over twenty beautiful flowering dogwoods. This North American native species is a deciduous ornamental tree that awakens early in the spring and shines in a show of glorious pink. Many gardeners adore pink dogwood trees for more than just their magnificent flowers--their size is ideal for a smaller yard or a decorative tree that will not grow too large. Furthermore, this species is pest-resistant, cold-hardy, and drought-hardy. It is an unfussy forest species that looks after itself as it matures. Pink Dogwood Trees Are So Easy to Care For Once your pink dogwood trees strengthen, it will provide you with a stunning display of pink flowers in the springtime and a generous green canopy during the summer. Fall brings bright red or amber leaves. These pink dogwood trees require full sun. They make an early entrance, relying on the first warm sunshine of the early spring to awaken them for the season. Before you plant your pink dogwood trees, ensure you have well-draining soil--they don't like wet roots. De-compact the earth and mix in a generous helping of compost, hardwood mulch, or shredded leaves--they are a forest native that loves woodsy materials like these. Once mature, you must only provide routine care--fertilizer twice a year (spring and fall), pruning as needed, and a protective layer of mulch in the late fall. The Beauty of Pink Dogwood Trees Will Amaze You The pink dogwood tree has a sturdy but relatively small trunk and multiple eye-pleasing branches. The pink buds are among the earliest promises of the warmer days ahead during the late winter and first days of spring. Those buds will blossom into four-inch, four-petal flowers that form a stout cross shape, measuring almost four inches in size. Order Your Pink Dogwood Tree From TN Nursery TN Nursery digs each tree fresh and ships it right away to ensure premium plant health. Order your pink dogwood tree today.
Sugar Maple Tree$25.99
Sugar Maple Tree Sugar Maple Tree: Acer leucoderme, a subspecies of the silver maple tree, is best known as the sugar maple. It is a deciduous American native tree found in many USDA growing zones. Gardeners and landscapers include this tree in the landscape thanks to its stately size and shape, generous canopy, and sweet sap (maple syrup). The species grows well in full sunshine with adequate watering or partial shade. The sugar maple tree is a durable, easy-care species. It is drought-tolerant, cold-tolerant, heat-tolerant, insect-resistant, disease-resistant, and compaction-tolerant. It can even tolerate high-moisture content clay soils if it drains well. Acer leucoderme, a Tree of Many Names You may find several common names as you search for information about the sugar maple tree. Some people interchange these names--the trees are all closely related members of Acer saccharum. River Maple Swamp Maple Silverleaf Maple Silver Maple Water Maple Hard Maple White Maple Chalk Maple Leucoderme Northern Sugar Maple The Sugar Maple Tree Is a Good-natured Species In its native forests, the sugar maple tree grows near swamps, riverbeds, and on fertile floodplains. It loves a well-drained spot in your yard, but it will survive short droughts, quickly perking up after a restorative rainfall. The sugar maple requires plenty of woody organic materials. When you plant your tree, add wood mulch, peat moss, or another nitrogen-rich compost or fertilizer when you plant it. Follow up by adding these materials twice annually. Besides these needs, your sugar maple tree will need very little from you, especially after the roots strengthen. The Sugar Maple Tree Provides Plenty of Shade The sugar maple tree may reach a mature height of approximately eighty feet. It will develop a pleasantly rounded, dense crown about forty feet wide, providing ample shade. Sugar maple tree leaves are about three inches long, opposing, and lobed. They present in a glossy green during spring and summer and put on a show of orange and russet during the fall. The bark of a sugar maple tree is a nutty, rich brown but sometimes with a creamy-white chalkiness on its upper trunk. Order Your Sugar Maple Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery digs each tree fresh and ships quickly, ensuring you receive the healthiest plants possible. You can order confidently today.
Sourwood Tree Sourwood Tree: Oxydendrum arboreum, or the sourwood tree, is a deciduous native to the southeastern hardwood forests of the United States. The sourwood tree is a smaller species, reaching a maximum height of twenty to thirty feet. TN Nursery recommends the sourwood tree to customers who wish for a tree that will look great without overshadowing the entire yard. You might also hear gardeners refer to Oxydendrum arboreum by these alternative common names: Sorrel tree Lily of the valley tree How to Use the Sourwood Tree in Your Landscape TN Nursery customers put the sourwood tree to work in these types of spaces: Pollinator garden or butterfly garden: Sourwood tree attracts bees, butterflies, moths, and other insects that spread pollen. Urban garden or park: Sourwood trees can add lovely color in urban or suburban applications without becoming overly large in small spots. Native species garden: This tree is a beautiful specimen if you want to show off North American plants. Landscape tree: Add color to an otherwise empty yard with the beautiful sourwood tree. Beekeeping: Beekeepers often express interest in this tree, as the bees use the sourwood tree's nectar to produce rich honey. Sourwood Tree Might be a Small Tree, But It Has a Big, Beautiful Presence The sourwood tree trunk is slender, approximately eight to twelve inches in diameter, which is well-proportioned when considering the shorter height. The bark is dark gray with attractive light scaling. Sourwood tree leaves are dark green, slightly glossy, and shaped like an elongated oval. The leaf has a slightly toothy edge. In the autumn, they generally turn crimson, burgundy, or purple. The essential oils of the leaves are sour tasting, lending the tree its common name. Sourwood tree flowers are a creamy white color and bell-shaped. They are similar to lily of the valley flowers, providing an alternate common name. The flowers droop from the stem and have a pleasant, sweet fragrance. They bloom during mid-summer. Order Your Sourwood Tree From TN Nursery Today The sourwood tree is lovely and will only overshadow a little space. It's perfect for a small yard or as a tree to create a small shade garden. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Cherokee Chief Dogwood$21.99
Red Cherokee Chief Dogwood Tree Red Dogwood Tree: Over twenty species make up the Cornus genus, including the red dogwood tree. This majestic ornamental deciduous tree heralds the welcome arrival of warm spring weather in the moderate USDA growing zones. This stunner is a TN Nursery staff favorite. The red dogwood tree will reach a mature height of twenty to thirty feet, making it tall enough to provide shade without overshadowing the entire yard. Gardeners covet the red dogwood tree for the wildly colorful spring blossom, a dazzling hue of pin-red that steals every heart. Besides showing off flamboyant blooms, the tree is drought-tolerant once established, making it perfect for those who sometimes have watering restrictions. It's also cold-tolerant and able to withstand short bouts of frigid temperatures. Where to Plant the Red Dogwood Tree in Your Yard The red dogwood tree is a sun lover who wants to bask in the sunshine on those first warm spring days. The sun helps it produce those showy flowers early in the growing season; that sunny spot is a must. It is an excellent ornamental that can be an understory tree near taller species, provided it does receive adequate sunshine. It can also be a focal point anywhere you want a beautiful showpiece for your yard. It likes fast-draining, woody soil. When you plant your seedling, de-compact the soil, amend it with some hardwood mulch or compost and give it an inch of water per week. Once its root system strengthens, a red dogwood tree will require little care from you except twice-yearly fertilizing (spring, after blooming and fall) and mulching around the base to protect the roots from the winter cold. The Majestic Look of the Red Dogwood Tree A central trunk breaks off into multiple graceful, sturdy branches with attractive light brown bark. In the spring, the buds are among the first signs of warm weather. They open up into showy, four-petalled flowers that can measure as large as four inches across. Some describe the shape as a cross shape. The red dogwood tree's blossoms are jewel-toned pink-red and unmatched in beauty. The leaves arrive after the flowers fade, bright green, oval, and up to six inches long. The canopy is beautiful. Order Your Red Dogwood Tree From TN Nursery TN Nursery ships freshly dug plants on-demand from our customers--order your red dogwood tree today.
Weeping Willow Tree (Salix babylonica) Weeping Willow Tree, Salix babylonica, is a graceful tree famous for its long, drooping branches and dense light green leaves. When TN Nursery customers seek advice on a fast-growing tree, the weeping willow tree is a typical recommendation. This species can grow up to two feet in a single growing season--faster than most others. Salix babylonica is an Asian native species that American gardeners and landscapers in almost every USDA plant hardiness zone adopted the species over the past many decades. As a result, it's now naturalized to the United States and is ubiquitous across our landscape. This deciduous shade tree is intriguing and lovely, making it a favorite for many. The Weeping Willow Tree Can Help Fight Soil Compaction Like many other tree species, the weeping willow prefers well-drained soils in either full sunshine or partial shade. However, the weeping willow tree might help lessen your trouble if you struggle with soil compaction. The tree has an extensive root system that is relatively shallow but spread as far as fifty feet wide. As your tree grows, the roots will shoot underground in every direction, acting as a subterranean tiller and de-compacting the earth from below its surface. As a result, your ground will absorb rainwater better due to the loosened texture instead of running off in torrents that would eventually cause soil erosion. The Whimsical Appearance of the Weeping Willow Tree The weeping willow tree captures the imagination--you can almost picture sweet little storybook gnomes living beneath its branches. The fifty-foot tree can also get as wide as forty feet. It forms an asymmetrical crown that's rounded. The tree's trunk is dark brown to charcoal with interesting furrowed patterns. The branches display lovely silvery green, elongated oval leaves that measure four to six inches long and a half-inch wide. After maturing, this tree may only require occasional pruning to remove branches that could crack under the weight of the lovely foliage. Order Your Weeping Willow Tree From TN Nursery Today The weeping willow tree is a lovely, graceful tree with a shorter stature but profuse greenery. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Sweet Bay Magnolia$22.99
Sweet Bay Magnolia The Sweet Bay Magnolia tree is the perfect option for a luxurious and full-spread tree. It grows in a vase-like shape and can reach a height of up to 20 feet tall with a maximum spread between 10 and 20 feet. You can expect this tree to grow at a rate of anywhere between 13 and 24 inches each year. This impressive tree contains deep green colored leaves with a frosted-like appearance that grow up to three to five inches long. When illuminated by the sun's rays, these leaves will emit a lovely glisten. Sweet Bay Magnolia Is Highly Fragrant This unique tree comes to life in the late spring to early summer when its creamy white flowers bloom. These distinctive blooms will grow between two and three inches and let off a light lemon-like scent. Their elegant cup shape provides a uniform and striking look, with 9 to 12 petals each. Even better, in the late summer, this tree will bloom bright scarlet red seeded fruits that can grow up to two inches long. While these fruits are not edible for humans, they make a nice meal for various wildlife. These include blue jays, towhees, vireos, quail, turkey, and gray squirrels. This tree will provide a lovely connection with the wildlife outdoors in the late fall for your viewing pleasure. Known as the M. Virginiana Var. Australis, swap magnolia, or laurel magnolia, this beautiful tree is native to moist woodlands ranging from Massachusetts to Florida and Arkansas to Texas. The Sweet Bay Magnolia features a smooth-feeling bark that starts out green and ages into a prominent silvery gray. Its lemon scent makes this tree the perfect addition to gardens and patios, where you can easily enjoy its natural scent consistently.
Pecan Tree Pecan Tree: The stately pecan tree can soar as high as seventy feet to a hundred feet and have a trunk diameter of six feet. The pecan tree displays alternate leaves in thick clusters of nine to fifteen leaflets, creating a shady green oasis on a hot summer day. They are a specimen that proudly dots the landscape across the southern United States, especially the southeast region, But the impressive size and priceless beauty are not why most people reach out to TN Nursery to order a pecan tree. Most people, as you might suspect, cultivate the pecan tree for the eventual payoff of the harvest of the slightly sweet single-seed nut--the pecan. Southern folks give pecans as gifts, use them for baking, or crack them and snack on them. However you wish to use them, it all starts with a healthy pecan tree. Pecan Trees Don't Require Much Care You will find that pecan trees don't ask for much care from you if you are within a hardiness zone that supports their growth. They need a warm, humid climate and full sunshine--or a partially sunny spot that receives at least six hours of filtered sun each day. Besides that, you need well-amended, loosened soil. It is less fussy about the soil type, as long as you break up any soil compaction before planting your bare root plant; decompaction will help it establish a healthy root system. You'll also need to water the sapling as necessary, especially during the hottest and driest summer days. Once your pecan tree is off to a healthy start, you will do little else. An established pecan tree is drought tolerant and will even thrive through dry spells. A young, healthy specimen should grow relatively quickly at a pace of one to two feet per year. Around year six, you will begin the reap the reward of an abundance of pecans. The pecan tree is hardy and can live for as long as three hundred years. Order Your Pecan Tree From TN Nursery Today Whether you want the shade you'll have in just a few years or the nuts your tree will produce, order your pecan tree from TN Nursery today.
Muskogee Crepe Myrtle$25.99
Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Muskogee Crepe Myrtle: TN Nursery sells hundreds of crepe myrtles annually, but the hands-down customer favorite pick is the Muskogee crepe myrtle. The vibrant lavender to purple flowers provides luscious, vivid color that will brighten up the mid-summer landscape. The blossoms are long-lasting, displaying outrageous color for four to six weeks. Despite its height (up to thirty feet), the Muskogee crepe myrtle is a shrub, not a tree. Gardeners also love this shrub for its easy-care nature. All you will do when you receive your sapling is find a nice, sunny spot, fertilize it, and give it about an inch of water per week. Watch how fast it will grow! Why Gardeners Adore the Muskogee Crepe Myrtle For starters, the Asian native species is well-adapted for growing in the moderately warm USDA growing zones. It is a particular favorite of gardeners in the southeastern United States. It is also a resilient, healthy species. It's both cold-hardy and heat-hardy, which likely lends to its prevalence in the upper south, which experiences sub-freezing overnight winter temperatures and blistering heat during the summer. It's also resistant to pest damage, disease, and mildew. The Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Is Stunning Year Round The cheerful purple color spreads across the southeastern region during the peak summertime heat. That's when enormous clusters of dainty lavender to purple florets emerge. These large clumps of flowers create the look of a single, vast flower. If you don't prune it, the crepe myrtle has multiple upright branches that form a sprawling shrub shape. However, some gardeners choose to prune the shrub during its first few seasons, encouraging it to grow straight, tall, and tree-like The glossy, oval, two-inch green leaves are bountiful. They are numerous and thus create a lush and shady canopy. The bark is light gray, and while it's not entirely smooth, it is not rough, either. The bark sheds yearly, peeling from the trunks in the late summer. Those stunning red crepe myrtle flowers become a blessing for birds: one-inch or smaller brown fruits that will release many seeds. Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Attracts Songbirds and Insects Pollinating insects find the lovely purple blossoms highly attractive. You will almost certainly see many species--bees, moths, dragonflies, and butterflies--enjoying the nectar your Muskogee crepe myrtles provide. After worms and insects retire for the winter, birds have difficulty finding sustenance. Those brown fruits are an ideal food source. Watch the birds flock to your crepe myrtle to open the pods and feast on those seeds. Order Your Muskogee Crepe Myrtle From TN Nursery Today You will be satisfied when you order your Muskogee crepe myrtle from TN Nursery--we pride ourselves on supplying our customers with the most vigorous plants. Purple Crepe Myrtle Purple Crepe Myrtle: Despite its up to twenty-foot height, Lagerstroemia, or the crepe myrtle, is a deciduous shrub. It is a TN Nursery gardener's favorite--we sell hundreds of crepe myrtles in myriad colors every year. They bloom during the mid-summer months when most flowering trees have finished blossoming for the season. That makes them perfect when paired with earlier-season bloomers. Lagerstroemia is a species native to Korea and China, but American gardeners have since adopted the use of this shrub thanks to its extraordinary and abundant blossoms. Today, you will find it showing off in the warmer USDA growing zones, especially in the southeastern states. Purple Crepe Myrtle Offers Outstanding Beauty Lush, profuse lavender to purple blooms dot the landscape throughout the south in the summer months. Dozens of tiny purple florets comprise a large, appear like one enormous flower. Besides the gorgeous blooms, the crepe myrtle has other intriguing characteristics. The multi-branched shrub has lovely branches with slight dips and turns. It creates a beautiful silhouette. When the shrub is young and growing, gardeners can train it to grow tall and straighter or let it meander into a more natural state. Neither option is right or wrong. That boils down to preferences. The leaves are a perfect medium green hue, oval, and under two inches long. Shrubs become thick with these lovely leaves, providing welcome shade from the summer heat. The canopy is wide and spreading. The bark is light and has a slightly rough texture. It renews by peeling during the summer, especially after the blossoms fade. Purple Crepe Myrtle Will Nourish Wintertime Birds Crepe myrtle flowers give way to brown pods under an inch in size, each containing dozens of seeds. As the leaves change and drop in the autumn, the pods stay on the branches. Cardinals, finches, and other wintertime feathered friends will crack open the pods and eat those seeds. These pods are a vital food source, as insects, worms, and other nutritional sources are unavailable. Order Your Purple Crepe Myrtle From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery grows robust purple crepe myrtles--order yours today, and we will dig and ship it to you.
Eastern Cedar Tree (Juniperus virginiana) Eastern Cedar Tree: Juniperus virginiana, the eastern cedar tree or the eastern red cedar, is a coniferous evergreen tree. It is a United States native species that will flourish in almost every USDA growing zone. The eastern cedar tree is a more petite tree that reaches a mature height of around forty feet. It is hardy, easily transplantable, and a dependable grower that requires little to no care from the gardener after it establishes roots. The fresh, distinct fragrance is unmistakably fresh and woody. How to Use the Eastern Cedar Tree in Your Landscape All the eastern cedar tree asks of you at planting is a sunny or partial-sun spot in your yard and well-draining but fertile soil. After planting, provide about an inch of water each week if you live in a climate that doesn't receive much rainfall. Once the roots take hold, the tree will become drought-tolerant, and you will only need to water it if you enter an extended drought phase. The eastern cedar tree is gorgeous as the focal point in a natural area, in a semi-shade garden, or when trimmed back and shaped as a stand-alone specimen. The Year-Round, Evergreen Beauty of the Eastern Cedar Tree The eastern cedar tree enjoys immense popularity because it has a lovely, medium-green color all year. The tree grows upright and has an attractive reddish-brown bark. The cedar foliage is a silvery, cool green--sometimes presenting as blue-green and grows in whorls of three. The evergreen needles are thin and delicate with a slightly prickly texture. Small fairy-sized flowers appear in the late winter. They are white to white-green. They are so small that you might miss them hiding in the foliage. Order Your Eastern Cedar Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests the eastern cedar tree for wherever you want to revitalize with a small evergreen tree that is attractive and easy to grow. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Natchez Crepe Myrtle$23.99
Natchez Crepe Myrtle Natchez Crepe Myrtle: While it can reach between twenty to thirty feet high, Lagerstroemia, or the Natchez crepe myrtle, is a deciduous shrub. It is a TN Nursery best-selling species, and we sell hundreds of crepe myrtles in a range of stunning colors every year. Natchez crepe myrtle will bloom during the mid-summer, providing fresh color after many other blooming trees finish flowering. We suggest you pair them with early-season flowering shrubs and trees. Lagerstroemia is a species native to Asia--specifically, Korea and China. However, Americans have long since adopted this shrub after falling in love with the outstanding and abundant blooms. Today, you will find it showing off in the warmer USDA growing zones. It enjoys immense popularity in the southeastern United States. Natchez Crepe Myrtle Offers Outstanding Beauty The abundant, creamy white flowers of the Natchez crepe myrtle decorate the landscape all across the south during the middle of summer. Dozens of tiny white flowers form in massive clusters, giving the appearance of a single giant bloom. The blossoms last for several weeks, making them highly desirable. The multi-branched shrub has graceful, slender branches that make a pleasing shape. During its early growth, gardeners often train it to grow taller to appear more tree-like. However, others leave it natural, allowing nature to take its course and develop a bushier look. Either way is correct--it depends on the gardener's preference. The medium-green oval leaves are small, measuring under two inches long. But many will develop, providing a lovely, shaded canopy. The bark is light and has a slightly rough texture. It renews by peeling during the summer, especially after the blossoms fade. Crepe myrtle flowers give birth to many inch-long brown pods containing many seeds. Natchez Crepe Myrtle Attracts Pollinators in the Summer and Birds in the Winter The beautiful, bright white blossoms are irresistible to pollinators. You will see bees, dragonflies, butterflies, and moths visiting your Natchez crepe myrtle. In the winter, any remaining birds will visit your Natchez crepe myrtle. The pods left behind by the flowers provide them with an abundant food source. This shrub is a significant nutritional source for birds after the insects and worms become unavailable in the winter. Order Your Natchez Crepe Myrtle From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery grows the healthiest, best Natchez crepe myrtles you will find--order yours today.
Kwanzan Cherryfrom $21.90
Kwanzan Cherry Tree (Prunus kanzan) Prunus kanzan is better known as the Kwanzan Cherry Tree. This glorious flowering deciduous tree is a small, highly ornamental tree that most gardeners purchase from TN Nursery for the breathtaking, colorful flowers in the spring. The Kwanzan cherry tree is a Japanese native species. However, American gardeners adopted its use over a century ago, making it a familiar favorite nationwide. The Kwanzan cherry tree flourishes in the warmer USDA plant hardiness zones. It especially enjoys popularity in the lower midwestern states, the middle-south, and the deep south through Georgia and north Florida. Where to Use the Kwanzan Cherry Tree in Your Garden or Landscape The Kwanzan cherry tree is a small size for a tree, reaching a total height of forty feet or less. It needs full sunshine or partial shade and about one inch of water per week. Besides some initial care when you plant it, the Kwanzan cherry tree is easy to grow and requires less maintenance after it strengthens. It prefers hot, humid summers. Besides loving the heat, it is drought-tolerant, pest-resistant, and disease-resistant. TN Nursery customers plant this tree as a stand-alone specimen; to accentuate a driveway or sidewalk; as a patio tree; in a pollinator garden, or anywhere to enjoy its springtime pink blossoms. The Kwanzan Cherry Tree Abounds in Beauty Despite the name "cherry," most gardeners cultivate the Kwanzan cherry tree for its inherent beauty, not its fruit. Indeed, most leave that to the birds. A single reddish or brown trunk splits into several erect, sturdy branches. Flowers have twenty double-blooming petals, measuring about an inch to three each. The color is vibrant--rose or pink. You will have many blossoms for approximately two to three weeks in mid-spring. The smell of the blossoms is soft, floral, and sweet. The leaves emerge after the blossoms drop. Their leaves are petite, under five inches, and alternate along the stems. They generally turn to amber or orange in the autumn. Order Your Kwanzan Cherry Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests the Kwanzan cherry tree for those who want showy, bright rose-colored blossoms but need a species that can withstand the summer heat. Please place your order today.