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Red Maple Tree
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 Red Maple Tree Instruction 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
Persimmon Tree - TN Nursery
Persimmon Tree
Persimmon Tree Persimmon Tree: As you shop for this fruit bearing tree, you will notice two origins: an Asian species and a North American species, Diospyros virginiana. TN Nursery specializes in hardy native species that thrive in the United States; therefore, we proudly grow Diospyros virginiana for our customers. You might also wonder why it is essential for you to understand the distinction. But that is simple--plant hardiness. The Asian variety of the persimmon tree is slightly less resilient to the growing conditions in the United States than Diospyros virginiana. When you invest your money in plants, you want the healthiest, most hardy species to help you achieve a successful outcome. That is a goal we share with you, so that is what you will get with TN Nursery's persimmon tree. The American persimmon tree pre-dates the first explorers and colonial settlements. The indigenous people first recognized the hardy species could grow almost anywhere, so they cultivated them for food and medicine. The Persimmon Tree Is a Lovely Ornamental Tree The American persimmon tree is woody and deciduous; it is a medium-sized tree that reaches a mature height of between thirty to eighty feet. The tree canopy features bright green, somewhat symmetrical, oval leaves with gently pointed tips. The branches are sturdy but slender and tough when faced with storms, wind, or anything else Mother Nature gives it. The tree bark is a deep gray with an intriguing alligator skin texture. The American persimmon tree will thrive in poor soil, hot or dry conditions, or in an urban garden. As long as you provide plenty of sunshine, it will do well. Persimmon fruit is ovate, with an appearance similar to a peach or nectarine. They are sweet, juicy, and delicious. If you don't like persimmons, you can leave the fruit hanging for the wildlife--your backyard flock of birds will thank you. Order Your Persimmon Tree From TN Nursery Today
Mulberry Tree
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.
Box Elder Tree
Box Elder Tree (Acer negundo) Box Elder Tree: Acer negundo, the box elder tree, is a fast-growing, long-living North American native species and member of the maple tree family. It is a hardy species that grows in the entire contiguous United States. Because it is so adaptable to a wide temperature range, it is a favorite for both gardeners and landscapers throughout the U.S. It plays a prominent role in parks, installed along boulevards and sidewalks, and in backyards as a shade tree. Some other common names for Acer negundo are the following: Ash-Leaf Maple Ashleaf maple Boxelder The name and spelling variations all refer to the same lovely tree. The Box Elder Tree Is a Resilient Species The box elder tree is pollution-resistant, disease-resistant, and drought-resistant after it lays down healthy roots. It's attractive to wildlife, including birds, butterflies, and bees--each species is a pollinator that can foster plant health. When you plant the box elder tree, ensure you find a full sunshine location. It also needs well-draining but moist soil; during an extended drought, you must provide about one to two inches of water per week. The tree expends a lot of energy with its quick growth pattern of two to three additional feet per year, so add organic compost or fertilizer at least twice per year to keep it well-fed. Box elder trees in the coldest zones should receive an insulating cover of an inch or two of hardwood mulch before the snow flies. The gardener does not need to do anything other than these few basic maintenance tasks to maintain the box elder tree. The Box Elder Tree Is a Lovely Specimen The box elder tree is a middle-sized tree, generally reaching a mature height of around fifty feet tall and with a forty-foot canopy width. The trunk is upright and light to medium brown. The leaves are opposite on the brown stems, oval, serrated, and with lobes. The color is bright green on top and a bit lighter underneath. In late spring, they have tiny cream of yellow flowers; however, the size is so small they are almost unnoticeable. Order Your Box Elder Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery recommends the box elder tree for anyone who wants a fast-growing, lovely shade tree--order from us today.
Black Gum Tree
Black Gum Tree (Nyssa sylvatica) Black Gum Tree: Nyssa sylvatica, or the black gum tree, is a tall and lovely tree that will flourish in the moderately warm USDA plant hardiness zones. tree is a native species of the United States. In nature, you might see it in high woodlands, near swamplands or marshes, or occasionally in a floodplain. They are drought-tolerant after they mature but need an inch of weekly watering during the first growing season.   People choose the black gum tree for its easygoing nature and pretty colors, especially its fiery red fall color. The black gum tree demands little from the gardener except a sunny to partial sun spot in the yard. Nyssa sylvatica Has Several Common Names Some gardeners prefer other common names for Nyssa sylvatica: Black gum Tree Black Gum Tree Black Tupelo Tree Common Tupelo Tree Cotton Gum Tree Nyssa Tree Pepperidge Tree Sour Gum Tree Tupelo Gum Tree The Black Gum Tree Is Grand and Handsome The black gum tree is tall, medium-sized, and handsome. Each tree will grow to a mature height between forty to seventy feet. The species will develop a pyramidical crown with a rounded rather than a sharp shape at the top. The trunk will be three to four feet in diameter, proportionate to the height. The bark is medium to dark gray, with attractive furrows and ridges. The black gum tree bears glorious deep green leaves with a pale green underside. Each leaf may measure about six inches long and three inches wide and have an elliptical shape and a sharp point at the tip. In the fall, those leaves will display gorgeous fiery red colors. Each black gum tree can produce clusters of fruits that emerge around the end of August and continues to bear the fruit throughout the first weeks of autumn. Local wildlife, including squirrels, chipmunks, deer, and birds, will enjoy harvesting this feast into the early winter. Black Gum Tree landscape benefits in landscaping. Black gum trees (Nyssa sylvatica), also known as black tupelo trees, can provide several benefits in landscaping. Here are some advantages of incorporating black gum trees into your landscape: Beautiful Fall Foliage: Black gum trees are prized for stunning fall foliage. The leaves turn vibrant shades of red, orange, yellow, and purple, creating a striking display of colors in your landscape. Shade and Privacy: With their dense canopy and broad spreading branches, black gum trees offer excellent shade, making them ideal for creating cool, shady areas in your yard. The tree's foliage can also provide privacy by blocking the view from neighboring properties. Wildlife Habitat: Black gum trees attract a variety of wildlife. The tree's fruit resembles small berries and is a valuable food source for birds, including bluebirds, woodpeckers, and thrushes. The flowers also attract bees and butterflies, supporting pollinators in your garden. Adaptability: Black gum trees are adaptable to various soil types, including wet or swampy conditions. They can tolerate acidic and alkaline soils and are moderately drought-tolerant once established. This adaptability makes them suitable for various landscaping settings. Low Maintenance: Once established, black gum trees are relatively low maintenance. They are generally disease-resistant and have few pest issues. Erosion Control: The deep root system of black gum trees helps stabilize the soil, making them useful for erosion control on slopes or areas prone to erosion. The extensive roots also aid in water absorption, reducing the risk of water runoff and flooding. Longevity: Black gum trees have a long lifespan, with some specimens living for centuries. Planting a black gum tree can be an investment in a long-lasting feature for your landscape. It's worth noting that black gum trees can grow quite large, reaching heights of 30 to 50 feet or more. Therefore, it's essential to consider the available space and potential impact on surrounding structures when planting them in your landscape. Order Your Black Gum Tree From TN Nursery The black gum tree is a beautiful, mid-sized tree that will provide lovely green foliage in the summer and blazing red color in the autumn--please place your order with TN Nursery today.
Pawpaw Tree
Paw Paw Tree (Asimina triloba) Paw Paw Tree: Asimina triloba, or the paw paw tree, is an unfussy North American native species. It grows in various soil types and across most USDA growing zones. Unlike many fruiting trees, the tree performs well in shady or semi-shade locations. Gardeners prize the tree for its good looks and the large, delicious fruit it bears. The tree displays large, emerald green leaves in the summertime, turning a bright yellow in the fall. The tree reaches approximately twenty feet high at maturity, making it a very manageable size for most.  Paw Paw Trees Have A Striking Appearance  The paw paw tree, although relatively small in stature, is big in style. It has a full, thick canopy and dark green, somewhat glossy leaves that sway gracefully from their stems. This tree performs well in woodland or naturalized areas, as it will thrive in shaded or semi-shaded conditions. It will also tolerate several hours of sunshine daily–just keep an eye on the moisture. This tree attracts birds, who find security in the dense leaves, butterflies, and other small mammals. A tree house offers an entire ecosystem that you'll enjoy watching. Springtime brings on the six-petaled purple flowers. You can harvest paw paws sometime between the latest days of summer to early autumn. Asimina triloba Creates an Interesting Fruit. Paw paw fruit is heavy and grows into an oval shape. Although the outside of the fruit resembles a tropical mango (and some folks mistakenly refer to it as such), they are entirely different species. The mango tree is tropical and grows only in sub-tropical and tropical climates. However, this tree grows in cool and moist USDA growing regions in the United States. The green fruit ripens on the branches and is ready to harvest when they are slightly soft and emit a fruity aroma. Some compare the fruit's taste to a blend of banana and pineapple--it has a smooth, custard-like texture and does not stay fresh for long after picking. Order Your Paw Paw Tree From TN Nursery
River Birch Tree
River Birch Tree (Betula nigra)  River Birch: Betula nigra, or the river birch, is a medium-sized, easy-growing, multi-trunked tree that is a native species to the central, eastern, and southern United States. They flourish across the warmer USDA growing zones. They prefer a hot and humid summer climate and consistently moist soil. However, they will also tolerate short dry spells. If you face that challenge, your river birch tree would appreciate a nice drink from a soaker hose.  In nature, it grows along river beds and in fertile flood plains. Try to recreate those conditions when you plant your river birch. So find a partially sunny spot and add a generous scoop of peat moss, mulch, or compost to promote vigorous root growth.  The river birch makes a gorgeous addition to your water garden, pond, or near streams on your property.  Some additional names for betula nigra : Besides river birch, here are some other familiar names you may hear to describe this species: Black Birch Red Birch Weeping River Birch Water Birch  The River Birch Trees Graceful Beauty The river birch is a beautiful and graceful species with a multi-trunked, oval formation. The crown is rounded, well-shaped, and pleasing to the eye.  The bark of the trunk and branches is silvery-gray to light brown and smooth on younger trees. As the river birch matures, the bark exfoliates in papery strips, which adds an interesting textural element.  River birch leaves are generally two to four inches long and under three inches wide. They alternate on the stems, are oval-shaped with a distinct point, and have visible veins.  In the earliest weeks of spring, the river birch produces light green, three-inch, cylinder-shaped flowers.  Order Your River Birch Tree From TN Nursery TN Nursery proudly produces some of the most robust river birch trees. We dig each plant fresh and ship it quickly to ensure plant health--please place your order today.
Quaken Aspen (Lombardy Poplar)
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Quaking Aspen - Lombardy Poplar Tree - A Fast-Growing Favorite Lombardy poplar - Quaking Aspen trees can make excellent living fences due to their tall, columnar shape and dense foliage. They are fast-growing trees that can quickly create a barrier or screen between properties, provide privacy, and reduce noise pollution. The Quaking Aspen r tree (Populus nigra 'Italica') is a fast-growing deciduous tree with a distinctive columnar shape. It is a native tree, originally from southern Europe and western Asia; it is used as a living fence tree and decorative in other parts of the world.The tree is known for its tall, narrow form, which can reach up to 100 feet (30 meters) in height and only 10-15 feet (3-4.5 meters) in width. The bark is dark gray and deeply furrowed, and the leaves are a bright green color with a triangular shape. The Quaking Aspen Trees Make Great Living Fences Lombardy poplars (Quaking Aspen) prefer full sun and moist, well-drained soil but can tolerate various growing conditions. They are commonly used as windbreaks, privacy screens, and in landscaping for their attractive form and rapid growth rate.However, they can be native plants, low maintenance, and grow well in any soil type.  Quaking Aspen Trees are Super Fast Growing If you decide to plant Lombardy poplar trees as a living fence, choose a site that allows for adequate spacing and regularly prunes and maintains the trees to keep them neat. 
Redbud Tree
Redbud Tree Redbud Tree: Cercis canadensis, the American Redbud Tree, is a showstopping beauty that announces the arrival of springtime--and warmer days ahead--with a show of profuse, unapologetically bright pink flowers. The redbud tree is a native species in the United States that grows in most moderate-temperature USDA growing zones. It is a beautiful specimen that gardeners and landscapers love. Landscape professionals often order this tree from TN Nursery to add an organic element along sidewalks, in boulevards, and near intersections. Homeowners prize it as a focal point or an understory tree to pair with taller trees in the landscape. Other common names for cercis canadensis: You might also hear gardeners refer to the redbud tree by these additional common names: American redbud tree Eastern redbud American Judas tree Judas tree Mexican redbud Texas redbud Redbud Tree Is Easy to Love Because of its widespread growing range and popularity, the redbud tree is one of the best-sellers at TN Nursery. Whether you want to plant it to attract early pollinators in the spring or as a specimen in a formal garden, you will love the easygoing nature of this tree. It is well-suited as an understory tree near taller trees, as it prefers a mixture of sun and shade. Once it establishes a robust root system, it is drought-tolerant, cold-tolerant, and heat-tolerant. When you plant your young redbud tree, you should expect to give it a little help, mainly sufficient watering in the hottest part of the summer. It needs an inch or two to strengthen before winter. In the fall, give your redbud tree an inch-layer of mulch around the base to tuck it in before cold temperatures arrive--that's particularly essential in the colder regions. By the third year, your redbud tree will be relatively carefree, except for twice-yearly fertilization and occasional trimming. Redbud Trees Lovely Appearance Most people choose the redbud for its abundance of flowers that arrive in the spring--dainty pea-shaped fairy flowers that grow in large, showy clusters. But after the spring, the tree becomes a lovely addition, reaching a mature height of twenty to thirty feet tall and around twenty feet wide. It has an open canopy, delicate and beautiful branches, and heart-shaped green leaves that turn yellow in the fall. Order Your Redbud Tree From TN Nursery The American redbud is a good-looking, all-around tree! Order from TN Nursery today.
Hickory Nut Tree
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Hickory Nut Tree Discover the hardwood wonder of hickory trees!  Hickory trees (Carya ovata) are unique. Not only are they hard, durable, and easy to work with, but their wood has a unique grain pattern and warm, earthy hue that adds a rustic charm to any project. Their resistance to rot and insects makes them one of the best choices for outdoor furniture, and they act as excellent sound absorbers indoors.  Bring the natural beauty of hickory into your projects. Hickory is the perfect addition to your home or garden with its exceptional strength and stylish looks. Whether you’re creating furniture or flooring, hickory will give your home a unique touch that stands out from the rest. The shell of the nuts can be challenging, but the nuts inside are delicious. Hickories are used in the production of smoking meats and are good firewood. Hickory trees clean the air and produce edible nuts. Hickories produce valuable fruit as food, produce healthy oil from seeds, clean the air, and provide excellent firewood. Hickory trees are hardwoods that hold up well for furniture or other construction needs with their tough wood. They grow anywhere from 20-40 feet tall. You can find hickories in any climate zone because they adapt to different environments. Do you want to make sure your house lasts for generations? Make it with Hickory!  Hickory wood is dense and durable so you can rely on it! This miracle tree grows anywhere from Hickory Nut Trees Are a Squirrel's Main Food Source It would help if you had some Hickory hardwood for your next furniture project. If you're looking to replace, upholster, or refinish your furniture, then Hickory is the perfect wood for you. It is known for its extreme hardness and durability, which means it won't easily warp or scratch—even with heavy use. Hickory wood is expensive and difficult to find, so you'll have to drive yourself out of town to get it. Don't waste time traveling all over town; order online and have your Hickory wood delivered right to your door! Order Hickory Nut Trees Online Today And Receive A Discount There are many uses for this tree, and landscaping is the greatest idea of all. If you have an open space in your backyard, you can plant a hickory tree. If you want to make some furniture or if you need firewood, Hickory is a good choice! If you want to produce meat with a unique flavor, go ahead and try barbecuing it with hickory wood!
Sycamore Tree
Sycamore Tree (Plantus occidentalis) Sycamore Tree: Plantus occidentalis, or the American sycamore tree, is a deciduous North American native species. It originated on the continent's east coast, stretching from southern Canada to northern Mexico. The sycamore tree is a tall, emerald green specimen, prized by landscapers and gardeners for its abundant shade, dense crown, and graceful good looks. The Sycamore Tree Is Good-Natured It grows well in most continental USDA growing zones, equally able to tolerate icy winters and summer heat. Its easygoing nature can thrive in soil with high moisture content but is drought-tolerant. It prefers a location that provides a combination of sun and shade. However, it can tolerate full sunshine if you keep the soil moist, especially during long and hot summer days. As an eastern forest native species, the sycamore tree loves woody organic matter. Your tree would love for you to put some hardwood mulch around it, especially mixing in some organics when you first plant your tree. Once you meet those two basic needs, your sycamore tree will establish roots and become self-sufficient faster than you can imagine. The sycamore tree is a grand, tall species that can grow up to one hundred feet and almost that wide at the crown. The crown is pleasantly shaped, rounded at the top, and usually slightly asymmetrical. The branches and leaves are dense, creating plenty of shade to relax on a hot day. Sycamore tree has a sturdy trunk with nutty brown to dark gray bark near the base, often mottled with red tones. It develops scales around the base. The upper bark lightens to a lighter tone as the bark exfoliates and exposes a fresh, more delicate layer. Sycamore tree leaves have three to five lobes, alternate on the stem, have slightly toothy edges, and are broad and oval-shaped. Their color is a bold green color. In the autumn, the leaves usually turn yellow or amber. Order Your Sycamore Tree From TN Nursery Today A sycamore tree is a gorgeous specimen that will grow almost anywhere, adding immense charm and beauty. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
Sourwood Tree
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.
Wild Plum Tree
WIld Plum Tree Prunus Americana  Wild Plum Tree: Prunus americana, also known as the American plum tree, is a native tree that flourishes in most USDA growing zones. Its footprint stretches across the United States from the Canadian border to the south. Historically, Native American indigenous people, including the people of the Cheyenne and Navajo nations, cultivated this tree for nourishment and used the branches in ceremonies.  That dual purpose rings true still today.  While some plum tree species are ornamental with fruit that's best left to the birds, the American plum tree pulls double duty. Indeed, it's both a breathtaking decorative tree and the bearer of delicious, edible plums.  The immense beauty of the the wild plum tree.  The wild plum tree is a smaller, deciduous tree that grows to a maximum height of just over twenty feet. Its branches sweep out from a single trunk, and it has a gracefully branching crown that spreads about fifteen feet wide. The angelic white flowers have five pleasingly rounded petals that usually grow in clusters. When in full bloom, the American plum tree appears as though a blanket of snow draped itself over the branches. The blossoms last several days to a week and then give way to the fruit. The fruit tastes slightly tart and is refreshing on the tongue. Fruits can be mauve, red, or purple. The fruit is compact and juicy. You can use it to make preserves, wine, jams, or pastries.  Wild Plum Tree Care Wild plum trees are not fussy about the soil as long it provides adequate drainage. They love to have plenty of water, but they do not prefer standing water for an extended time. Amending the soil with natural compost will help you grow a hardy, resilient plum tree.  Occasional pruning of any suckers that develop will train your American plum into a stately, taller shape. However, if you want a bushier appearance, you can skip the trimming. There is no right or wrong answer--it's all about the look you want to achieve. Order Your Wild Plum Tree From TN Nursery  A wild plum tree is lovely to behold and produces delicious tart fruit for your enjoyment. Order yours from TN Nursery today.
White Princess Dogwood Tree
White Princess Dogwood Tree White Princess Dogwood Tree: The white dogwood tree is one of twenty species that make up the majestic Cornus genus. This stunning ornamental deciduous tree blooms early, brightening the warm spring weather in the moderately warm USDA growing zones. TN Nursery staff suggest this tree for anyone who wants a tree with abundant early-season flowers. The white Princess dogwood tree grows to a mature height between twenty and thirty feet. That relatively small height makes it perfect for even a smaller yard. Many gardeners love the white dogwood flower for its classic, pristine white early-season show. Furthermore, they know this species is cold-tolerant to the winter chill and drought-tolerant once it takes root. White Princess Dogwood Trees Care And Use in Your Landscape The white dogwood tree is an early bloomer and craves the full sunshine on those earliest spring days. The most important key to successfully growing this species is a full-sun location. Plant the white dogwood tree as: A focal point in your rock garden or natural area To provide shade in a smaller yard An understory tree--just make sure it receives enough sunshine. When planting your white dogwood tree, ensure the soil is woody and fast-draining. It loves compost, shredded leaves, or hardwood mulch. It also needs approximately an inch of water each week in the early stages of growth. Once the roots establish and your sapling becomes stronger, you will only need to do routine maintenance. It needs fertilizer twice yearly (spring and fall), mulch to protect the roots in the winter, and occasional pruning to shape it up. The striking beauty of the White Dogwood Tree The white dogwood tree has a central trunk from which multiple sturdy branches emerge. They form an elegant shape. In the spring, the buds are among the first signs of springtime. The buds unfold into four-inch, four-petalled flowers that reach as large as four inches across. Some gardeners describe the petals as a cross shape. The white dogwood tree's blossoms are pure white and show the promise of the lazy days of summer ahead. The leaves form a good canopy of bright green, oval-shaped leaves. Order Your White Dogwood Tree From TN Nursery TN Nursery digs and ships out plants on-demand from our customers--order your white dogwood tree today.
Pink Princess Dogwood
Pink Princess Dogwood Trees Pink Princess Dogwood (Cornus florida 'Pink Princess'), a genuinely beautiful flowering tree that will be the crown jewel of your garden. With its striking pink blooms, elegant branching structure, and exceptional qualities, this dogwood variety will captivate the hearts of all who behold it. Let's delve into the remarkable features and benefits of the Pink Princess Dogwood.The Pink Princess Dogwood is renowned for its breathtaking pink flowers that blanket the branches in early spring. Each delicate blossom showcases soft pink petals with a touch of white at the edges, creating a stunning display of color against the backdrop of its glossy green leaves. As the seasons progress, the flowers give way to attractive red berries that adorn the tree, adding further visual interest.   Pink Princess Dogwood Tree's Interest This dogwood variety stands out not only for its beautiful flowers but also for its unique and distinctive branching structure. The Pink Princess Dogwood boasts a graceful and open form, with horizontally spreading branches that provide a dramatic silhouette. This architectural beauty makes it an eye-catching focal point in any landscape or garden design. One of the exceptional qualities of the Pink Princess Dogwood is its adaptability to various growing conditions   It thrives in well-draining soil and prefers partial shade, making it suitable for multiple garden settings. From formal gardens to woodland landscapes, this tree gives a sense of refinement and luxury to any environment.Beyond its aesthetic appeal, the Pink Princess Dogwood also offers practical benefits. It is a valuable wildlife attractor, drawing birds with its berries and providing nesting habitat for various species. This dogwood variety is relatively low maintenance, requiring moderate watering and occasional pruning to maintain its shape and promote optimal growth.The Pink Princess Dogwood is also renowned for its resilience and disease resistance. It is less susceptible to dogwood anthracnose, a fungal disease that affects many other dogwood varieties. This tree can provide years of beauty and enjoyment without worrying about common conditions with proper care and maintenance.The versatility of the Pink Princess Dogwood extends beyond its role as a standalone tree. It can also be incorporated into mixed shrub borders or used as an understory planting in larger wooded areas. Its graceful form and pink blossoms create a stunning contrast against evergreen shrubs or the dappled shade of taller trees.The Pink Princess Dogwood never fails to impress, whether used as a specimen tree, a focal point in a garden bed, or a delightful addition to a naturalistic landscape. Its year-round beauty, from the dazzling pink flowers in spring to the vibrant foliage in fall, ensures a visually captivating display throughout the seasons.The Pink Princess Dogwood is a magnificent flowering tree combining aesthetic beauty, adaptability, and practical benefits. Its stunning pink blooms, graceful branching structure, wildlife attraction, and disease resistance make it a sought-after choice for garden enthusiasts and landscape designers. Create a garden masterpiece with the Pink Princess Dogwood and revel in the beauty and splendor it brings to your outdoor sanctuary.Here are the benefits of the Pink Princess Dogwood:1. Striking Beauty: The Pink Princess Dogwood boasts stunning pink flowers that create a visually captivating display, adding a touch of elegance and charm to any garden or landscape.2. Unique Branching Structure: This dogwood variety features horizontally spreading branches, creating an exquisite silhouette that adds architectural interest and enhances the overall aesthetics of your outdoor space.3. Adaptability: The Pink Princess Dogwood thrives in various growing conditions, making it suitable for multiple garden settings and climates, allowing more gardeners to enjoy its beauty.4. Partial Shade Tolerance: This tree prefers partial shade, making it an excellent choice for gardens with limited direct sunlight, as it can thrive and flourish in these conditions.5. Wildlife Attraction: Birds rely on berries for nourishment. The Pink Princess Dogwood's red berries attract avian species to your garden and provide a habitat for nesting.6. Low Maintenance: Once established, this dogwood variety requires minimal maintenance, making it a convenient choice for gardeners seeking a beautiful yet low-maintenance flowering tree.7. Disease Resistance: The Pink Princess Dogwood is known for its resilience and resistance to dogwood anthracnose, a common fungal disease that affects other dogwood varieties.8. Year-Round Beauty: Beyond its exquisite flowers, this tree offers visual interest throughout the year. The glossy green leaves provide a lush backdrop, while the vibrant fall foliage adds color.9. Versatile Landscaping Options: The Pink Princess Dogwood offers flexibility in landscape design. It may be utilized as a single specimen tree, as the center of attention in garden sleeping arrangements, or as part of mixed shrub borders or forested areas.10. Attractive Silhouette: The graceful branching structure of the Pink Princess Dogwood creates an elegant silhouette, even when the tree is devoid of blooms, ensuring visual appeal throughout the seasons.11. Naturalizing Effect: Over time, this dogwood variety can spread through self-seeding, creating a naturalized look and filling in gaps within the garden, contributing to a fuller and more vibrant landscape.12. Pleasing Fragrance: The flowers of the Pink Princess Dogwood emit a delicate and pleasant fragrance, adding a sensory dimension to your garden and enhancing the overall experience.13. Long Lifespan: With proper care, the Pink Princess Dogwood can live for several decades, providing lasting beauty and enjoyment for generations.14. Garden Focal Point: The vibrant pink flowers and unique branching structure make the Pink Princess Dogwood a standout feature in any garden, becoming a focal point that draws attention and admiration.15. Educational Value: The Pink Princess Dogwood offers educational opportunities for observing the life cycle of birds and the role of native trees in supporting local ecosystems, making it a valuable addition to academic and nature-focused settings.The Pink Princess Dogwood offers many benefits, from its stunning visual appeal and adaptability to its wildlife attraction, disease resistance, and low maintenance requirements. Embrace the beauty and advantages of this extraordinary flowering tree and create a garden sanctuary that enchants and delights all who encounter it. 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 Pink Dogwood Trees Beauty 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 and Pink Cherokee tree today.