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Pink Hibiscus
Pink Hibiscus Syriacus Pink Hibiscus Syriacus is an elegant garden species coveted by many TN Nursery customers. It can reach a mature height of around twelve feet and grow to eight feet wide. The lovely, bright pink blossoms are perfect for a cottage garden, a pollinator garden, or as a focal point in a rock garden. The Pink Hibiscus Syriacus is an Asian native species. However, it is well-adjusted to the moderate USDA growing zones across the United States. It is not fussy and cares nothing about soil quality. In fact, it will tolerate different growing mediums--sand, rocks, or clay. All it asks of you is a moist spot that facilitates fast drainage. Pink Hibiscus Syriacus is resilient against drought--give it a little water to help it out, and it will bounce back from extreme heat with little effort. Other Common Names for the Pink Hibiscus Syriacus The hibiscus shrub, when referring to pink or other colors in the family, also carries other common names, including the following: Hibiscus Pink Cashmere Rose of China Rose-of-Sharon Rose of Sharon Shrub Althea It is worth noting that, despite its nicknames that suggest otherwise, it has no relationship to the roses in your garden. Pink Hibiscus Syriacus Will Attract Helpful Visitors to Your Backyard Pollinator insects, like bees, moths, butterflies, and hummingbirds, will be unable to resist the bright pink petals on your Rose of Sharon. While the vibrant flowers might attract pollinators, nearby ground-feeding birds will seek refuge in the abundant foliage, building their nests where they'll avoid predators. Despite many animals loving the hibiscus, whitetail deer seem to dislike it. Deer will only opt to feast on your shrub when it fails to find tastier options. Pink Hibiscus Syriacus Is a Gardener's Favorite Species Flowers emerge on the Pink Hibiscus Syriacus by mid-summer. In the hottest USDA growing zones, the show of color might carry on until the middle to end of fall. These show-off flowers are large, up to four inches across, with a deep hue of pink with a deeper pink brushing against the inner petals. They have a rich double layer of five cashmere-soft petals. The flower's center is a cheerful bright yellow, creating a breathtaking contrast against the warm pink petals. Most hibiscus flowers only survive for a single day, with a new one replacing it quickly. The glossy, deep green foliage of this shrub is also beautiful. The leaves alternate along the stem and have coarse teeth around the margins. Order Your Pink Hibiscus Syriacus from TN Nursery Today TN Nursery recommends Pink Hibiscus Syriacus for any gardener longing for a stunning pink-flowering shrub that blooms in the later summer and early fall. Order from TN Nursery today.
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Sweet Gum Tree
Sweet Gum Tree Sweet Gum Tree: Liquidambar styraciflua, or the sweet gum tree, is a tall, stately tree that performs well in the moderately warm USDA plant hardiness zones. The sweet gum tree is a native species to North America, often occurring in nature in flood plains, near swamps of marshlands, or near river tributaries. Although it can reach as much as 120 feet high, it generally averages approximately seventy feet at maturity. Gardeners and landscapers love this tree for its easy temper and the lack of care after the roots develop. TN Nursery recommends the sweet gum tree for customers seeking a tall tree that will be heat-tolerant and drought-tolerant. Another great reason to select the sweet gum tree is to help de-compact your soil. If you have compacted soil in your yard, the sweet gum tree loosens the ground with a shallower root system that grows wider than most trees--breaking up the soil as those roots strengthen. Other Common Names for Sweet Gum Tree Some gardeners prefer other common names for Liquidambar styraciflua. Here are a few: American Sweet Gum Redgum Red Sweet Gum Sweetgum Sweet Gum Sweetgum Tree Gumball Tree These nicknames mostly describe the fruit of this tree--one to three-inch pods shaped like gumballs that appear every autumn. The pods contain seeds, which your local birds and squirrels will feast on throughout the winter.  The Grand Stature of the Sweet Gum Tree Makes It Wonderful for Shade The sweet gum tree generally stays around a hundred feet when fully grown but sometimes grows taller. As it matures, the crown forms a pyramid-like shape with a rounded top. The trunk of this tree is sturdy and large to support its grand height--it can be as much as three to four feet in diameter. Its bark is light- to medium-gray and displays an intriguing, ridged pattern. The sweet gum tree leaves are multi-lobed and form a star shape upon maturation. They have slightly serrated edges, a dark green hue, and can be up to eight inches across. The canopy of the sweet gum tree turns amber, orange, russet, and purple in the autumn. The “gumballs” appear around the end of August and continue to develop through the early fall. Throughout the winter, they drop from the tree, much to the delight of your wintertime garden visitors. Order Your Sweet Gum Tree from TN Nursery The sweet gum tree is an excellent landscaping choice for anyone who needs a tall shade tree but has soil compaction. Order your sweet gum tree from TN Nursery today.
Elm Tree
Elm Tree American Elm Tree: Ulmus americana is a Large, Tall, Flowering Tree. This Tree is a North American Native with a USDA hardy zone designation of 2 – 9. The Tree's habitat stretches from Florida to Newfoundland west to North Dakota and Texas. It is a tree primarily found in wetlands or other moist sites. The Tree can increase and can reach a height of 80 to 130 feet, with a width of around 60 and 120 feet. The top portion of this Tree has a vase-shaped, symmetrical crown with spreading branches adorning it. Buyers have the luxury of selecting from various available canopy sizes to suit their particular shading needs. The bark of this Tree is a dark grayish-brown color and contains broad ridges with diamond-shaped fissures.  American Elm is Well Tolerant and Drought Resistant to Shade, Street, and Lawn Tree Each leaf has about 15 pairs of veins, with the two sides of the leaf's base being noticeably uneven. The leaf's surface is green and usually smooth, while the undersides are paler and downy. These leaves typically turn into a light yellowish color in the fall.  Although not noticeable to people, these tiny flowers attract bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. Seed pods form as light-green wafer-like pockets, turning into a pale tan color. The Tree prefers the sun and is a long-lived, hardy tree. These Elm trees are tolerant of drought and urban conditions and do not have a high maintenance cost. They adapt quickly to extremes in soil PH, including moisture, heat, and wind tolerance. Buy here online, Tree.  It is a tall tree that yields flowers during the Spring and ample foliage in the Summer and Fall months. When the Tree reaches full maturity, its maximum height can be as tall as 130 feet, but more commonly seen are maximum heights ranging between 60 to 80 feet.   This Tree is best grown in USDA Growing 2-9 and reaches a maximum spread of up to 70 feet in peak growth conditions. Its first blooming period occurs between the mid-to-late Spring months of March and April. Blooms of the Tree are noted for their distinctive red-green tinge. The Tree is very well-tolerant to a wide variety of environmental conditions and is well-known for its ability to stay healthy during droughts.  The Tree grows best with direct exposure to sunlight, though it is well-adapted to partially shaded conditions. Furthermore, the Tree is well-adapted to wet and dry growing conditions and is also frequently grown in urban environments.  Leaves are commonly elliptical and reach full maturity between April in May. The Tree can be used as a shade, street, and lawn tree. American Elm is For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping
Red Hibiscus
Red Hibiscus Syriacus Red Hibiscus Syriacus: This is a classic garden species with a maximum reach of about twelve feet and a width of eight feet. Simply put, the Red Hibiscus Syriacus is a charming woody shrub. It can add vivid color to any sunny location in your landscape. The Red Hibiscus Syriacus is an Asian native species. However, it is well-adapted to the mid-range USDA growing zones within the United States. It cares little about soil quality and will tolerate different mediums--clay, sand, or even a few rocks. However, it prefers a spot that drains quickly. Red Hibiscus Syriacus is somewhat drought-tolerant. Give it a little water during dry spells, but it will survive in between and bounce back from any stress. Other Common Names for the Red Hibiscus Syriacus This species, when referring to red or another color, also carries other common names, including the following: Hibiscus Rose of China Rose-of-Sharon Rose of Sharon Shrub Althea This species has no connection to roses, despite the nickname Rose of China. Red Hibiscus Syriacus Will Draw Wildlife to Your Yard Pollinator insects, including bumblebees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, will be unable to resist the radiant red blossoms on your Rose of China. Besides the nectar attracting those visitors, ground-feeding birds may take cover in your hibiscus shrub when they need to hide from predators. However, one animal does not prefer the Red Hibiscus Syriacus--the whitetail deer. Deer seem to find the fragrance of hibiscus flowers too floral so that they will snack on it only as a last option. Red Hibiscus Syriacus Is a Gardener's Favorite Species Prolific flowers appear on the Red Hibiscus Syriacus by the middle of summer. In the warmest climates, the blossoms might continue well into the autumn. The flowers are large, intense coral-red, up to four inches, and showy. They have a lovely double layer of five velvety petals. The flower's center is golden yellow or orange, creating a stunning, warm tonal effect against the red petals. Most often, the blossoms only live for one day, with a new replacement emerging right behind. The foliage of this shrub is beautiful. It features dark green, glossy leaves with coarse teeth around the margins—leaves alternate along the stem. Order Your Red Hibiscus Syriacus from TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests Red Hibiscus Syriacus for anyone who wants a bold red-flowering shrub that blooms in the last half of summer and into the fall. Order from TN Nursery today.
Pink Crepe Myrtle
Pink Crepe Myrtle Pink Crepe Myrtle: It stands at just over twenty feet, but the pink crepe myrtle is, indeed, a deciduous shrub and not a tree. TN Nursery customers go wild over this species, and we sell hundreds of crepe myrtles in an array of vivid colors every year. Pink crepe myrtle will bloom during the mid-summer, providing true pink color after many other blooming trees finish their seasonal display of color. While the pink crepe myrtle is native to Asia--China and Korea--American gardeners love this shrub. What's not to love? It grows well in the warmer USDA growing zones; blooms for several weeks in the summertime; is mold-, mildew-, and disease-resistant. Finally, they are cold- and heat-hardy. They are prevalent in the mid-south, where winter weather is frigid, and summers bring scorching heat. The Pink Crepe Myrtle Will Steal Your Heart The eye-popping shade of pure pink adorns the landscape across the south during the peak heat. Large clusters of petite pink florets give the appearance of one enormous flower. The blooms last a month to six weeks, making them coveted by gardeners. The shrub has several upright branches with slight dips and curves that make a graceful shape. Some gardeners prune it during its early development to make it appear more tree-like. On the other hand, others allow it to follow its own course and form a bushier shape. The bright green oval leaves are small (under two inches long) but plentiful. They grow into a dense, well-shaded canopy. The bark is light and has a slightly rough texture--not entirely smooth, but also not rough. The bark sloughs off during the summer, especially after the blossoms finish their display. Those beautiful pink crepe myrtle flowers turn to an abundance of one-inch or smaller brown pods that provide many seeds. Pink Crepe Myrtle Attracts Wildlife Galore Pollinators find the breathtaking, bright pink blossoms irresistible. You will likely notice pollinating insects, like bees, moths, dragonflies, and butterflies, feasting on the nectar of your pink crepe myrtle. During the cold months of winter, wild birds rely on crepe myrtle pods for nutrition. You will see them working to crack open the pods and extract those seeds--it will be fun to watch. Order Your Pink Crepe Myrtle From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery grows the most vigorous and best of this species--order your pink crepe myrtle today.
Black Walnut Tree
Black Walnut Trees are one of the most highly sought-after in the US. The black walnut tree wood is valued for furniture and cabinet making, and the nuts are a commercial crop. Flooring from this tree is also a deep and beautiful plus in high demand. Demand for this tree has been so high that it is now found in 29 states, including Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, and Mississippi.  Nut husks can be used to produce edible oil. Its nuts inside are highly sought after for candy, cakes, and pies.  Dress up your home with exquisite furniture made from a black walnut tree, or create a high-value niche market by planting them. You can hardly find a black walnut tree online or off, but TN Nursery has them! In minimal quantities. Black walnut is a valuable tree native to North America that is worth your attention.  The black walnut had a rich history before humans settled in North America. Before the first arrival of Europeans, Native Americans were using nuts for weaving baskets and cooking. The wood was also used for making canoes, hats, and other crafts. With its rich history and high value, the black walnut deserves to be on your list of priorities. Take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy this tree's incredible value! Nut: Black walnuts are prized for their flavor and aroma The black shell is prized for its difficulty in extracting the nut from the shell. The black walnut tree has a high crown and is identified by its deep green leaves. Black walnuts are the most valuable nut-producing tree native to North America. The tree's wood is used for furniture, cabinetry, and other purposes. After removal from their husks, the nuts are often eaten raw because nothing else tastes like them. Buy Black Walnut Trees Online at TN Nursery and Get Fast Shipping
Foster Holly
"Carolina" American Holly Ilex Opaca Foster Holly Ilex x attenuata  Foster Holly: Ilex x attenuata, or the Foster holly, is a popular North American native evergreen tree originating in the southeastern United States wooded regions. It is a native species of northern Florida, where it enjoys wooded areas with high moisture-content soil. However, it grows in USDA plant hardiness zones 6 through 9 today.  The Foster holly is a sturdy tree and averages twenty feet when mature. Some call it a "topal holly," as the branches start higher on the trunk than on most hollies, exposing the stump and lending itself to topiary shaping.  Despite the elegant appearance of this species, it has a robust temperament and is resistant to deer damage, minor saltwater flooding, and disease. TN Nursery suggests this tree for anyone who wants a classic evergreen but lives in a tidal area and might see occasional saltwater in their yards after storms.  Foster Holly Welcomes Birds and Wildlife to Your Yard Foster holly stays green all year long, providing a haven for your local wildlife. Here are a few visitors you might see if you plant one:  Birds: Birdwatchers love this tree because it's a year-round blessing for their feathered friends. They build their nests in their sturdy branches because the green foliage gives them the perfect cover. The half-inch red berries emerge in the fall and last into the winter, feeding them during the coldest weeks. Bees: Foster holly has tiny, almost insignificant, creamy white flowers that attract bees and other pollinators. They will enjoy the nectar and pollinate your flowers in return for the meal. Squirrels: On the hottest summertime afternoons, you might see young squirrels scrambling up and down this tree--they will use the densely-packed shady foliage to escape the heat.  Foster Holly Adds Bright Red Color in the Fall and Winter When the rest of your plants are ready for winter dormancy, the Foster holly retains its glossy, dark green, leafy covering. But it also adds true red berries to the landscape in the late autumn--the berries remain on the tree through the winter months. Any that remain by spring (if the birds have not feasted on them) drop to the ground and will reproduce.  Order Your Foster Holly From TN Nursery TN Nursery has seventy years of horticultural expertise, growing the healthiest bare-root plants. Order your Foster holly today.
Shortleaf Pine
Shortleaf Pine Tree  Shortleaf Pine Tree: The towering shortleaf pine tree is an evergreen species native to the southeastern United States. It thrives across twenty-one states in the warmest USDA growing zones; it prefers hot, humid temperatures in the summer but will survive winter cold snaps. Many who order shortleaf pine tree from TN Nursery intend to reforest or add them to natural areas. Tree farms commonly plant them to grow to harvest as lumber after they mature. However, others want to leave behind a long-lived tree that will last for many decades.  Besides these uses, the shortleaf pine tree helps provide winter cover to prevent soil erosion. Some use it to help retain the earth in open areas that suffer from wind erosion. The species is drought-tolerant once mature; however, it requires about an inch of water each week during its earliest developmental stages. Other than giving the seedlings some water if you do not receive adequate rainfall, it requires no further care.>  Other common names for this tree include the following:  Yellow pine Old field pine Rosemary pine  Shortleaf Pine Will Grow Sky High  Shortleaf pine will reach a sky-high mature size of as much as a hundred feet. It forms an attractive pyramid shape with a gently rounded top.  The tree's bark is dark brown and might have a red tinge; it has a slightly scaled texture that adds visual interest. The needles of the shortleaf pine grow in bundles of two to three and are a rich blue-green color.  As the tree matures, it will develop and drop pinecones. The pine cones are oval-shaped, relatively small (about two inches), and pleasingly symmetrical. People who enjoy arts and crafts enjoy collecting and using these in craft projects, especially during the winter holiday season. Order Your Shortleaf Pine Tree From TN Nursery Today  If you want to naturalize your yard with a tall, stately evergreen tree that will live for many decades, TN Nursery suggests the shortleaf pine tree. Please place your order with us today.
Red Oak Tree
Red Oak Tree (Quercus rubra) Red Oak Tree: Quercus rubra, the American Red Oak Tree, is a relatively fast-growing deciduous tree. The red oak tree is a North American native species, first noted in the hardwood forests of the Appalachian Mountains. People adore this tree for its late summer to fall show of color. That's when the green leaves turn fiery red and remain on the tree for several weeks. Common Names for the Quercus rubra Tree: Quercus rubra has several common names, including the following: American Red Oak Eastern Red Oak Mountain Red Oak Northern Red Oak Red Oak Each name refers to the same species, but different regions call it by other names. The Red Oak Tree Is a Wildlife Refuge The red oak tree is a beautiful addition to your local ecosystem. Here are a few visitors you might see: During the spring, birds will build their nests and raise their young among the camouflage of the large emerging leaves and the sturdy branches. Bees and butterflies will visit the small yellow and green flowers in the last weeks of spring and pollinate your garden. Later in the season, the tree will drop large reddish-brown acorns. You will see squirrels busily collecting them to store away for the months of winter scarcity. Deer may also visit your yard in the winter to forage for acorns left behind by the squirrels--this is an essential food source for them. If you love watching animals, you will love watching your red oak tree grow into an active wildlife hub. The Attractive Good Looks of the Red Oak Tree The red oak tree grows to an average height of around seventy feet and has a canopy approximately the same width. The crown has a pleasing, rounded shape on maturity, making it a lovely specimen in any yard. The leaves are large--up to seven inches--and have seven or more lobes. The foliage is green with a warm undertone in the summer before turning to its more famous bright red in the late summer or early autumn. Order Your Red Oak Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery ships out only the healthiest plants--please order your red oak tree from us today.
Black Willow
Black Willow Tree (Salix nigra)  Black Willow Tree: Salix nigra, or the black willow tree, is part of a large family of deciduous trees and shrubs. These species are hardy, fast-growing, and thrive in almost every USDA growing zone. In fact, this tree grows well from Maine to Texas and at nearly every point in between. Like most in the willow family, the black willow tree prefers the moderately moist, fertile soils surrounding swamps, bogs, ponds, river banks, and other wet locations. TN Nursery recommends the black willow tree for customers who have consistently moist areas--or even places suffering from water erosion. The black willow's strong and sprawling root system will help retain soil in these challenging conditions. When you plant this tree, find a full sun or a partially sunny location that will retain sufficient moisture. This species makes an outstanding addition to any water garden.  The Unique Appearance of the Black Willow Tree  The name of the black willow signifies the tree's bark color, which is such a deep brown that it appears black in hue. As the black willow tree matures, it develops a rough texture, well-defined grooves, and shaggy scales. The branches are long, slender, and have a gentle droopiness. The tree's crown is full, usually forms an attractive, slightly asymmetrical shape, and can grow as tall as a hundred feet.  Dainty yellow blossoms appear in the early spring and bloom for several weeks. They give way to light green leaves. The leaves are thin, narrow--tapering to a tip--and have finely toothed edges. Each leaf measures as long as six inches. In autumn, the leaves generally turn pale to medium yellow.  Order Your Black Willow Tree From TN Nursery  The black willow tree is an excellent solution if you have a wet property that suffers from soil erosion. TN Nursery is proud to grow the most robust, healthiest black willow tree specimens--please place your order today.
Beech Tree
Beech Tree (Fabus grandifolia) Beech Tree: Fabus grandifolia, the beech tree, is a handsome tree native to North America. The beech tree originated in the hardwood forests of the eastern seaboard and became a favorite across most USDA growing zones. Today, you will find it flourishing from the woods of Maine to northern Florida and west as far as Oklahoma and across Texas to the Mexican border. Besides the name beech tree, you might hear these other nicknames for this lovely species: American Beech Beechnut Tree Red Beech Ridge Beech White Beech Beech Tree Care Requirements As a forest native, the beech tree prefers full sun to a partially shaded spot in your yard. It also loves rich, woodsy soil and sufficient moisture without overwatering. The beech tree requires little to no care once it establishes its roots and can exist on minimal rainfall. But at first, you would do well to amend the soil with hardwood mulch and give it about an inch of water each week. After it matures, the beech tree is drought-tolerant, heat-tolerant, cold-tolerant, and disease-resistant. The Grand Good Looks of the American Beech Tree The beech tree is a medium-height tree with a mature height of sixty to eighty feet wide and a canopy measuring forty to sixty feet across. The crown forms an attractive domed shape. The trunk can reach as much as three feet in diameter and has a relatively smooth, attractive gray bark. The oblong leaves of the beech tree alternate on the zig-zag stems. They measure up to five inches long and two or three inches wide. They have toothy margins and tend to cluster towards the tips of the branches. The leaves are deep green and glossy on the top and lighter green on the bottom. The tree has tiny yellow flowers that bloom in the spring and produce the famous edible beech nut. Order Your Beech Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery offers the American beech tree, a native species that grows across almost the entire country. Please place your order with us today.
Spruce Pine Tree
Spruce Pine Tree Spruce Pine Tree: Some call it the Virginia pine tree or Walter’s pine; others call it the spruce pine tree. This American native evergreen species originated in the wood forests along the east coast, from New York state south through Alabama. They thrive in a range of USDA growing zones, seemingly as unbothered by the southern New England cold as the hot and humid summers of the deep south. Most who purchase the spruce pine tree from TN Nursery need it for reforestation or to create natural areas. It is a long-lived tree that can survive as long as ninety years. The spruce pine tree is unconcerned about soil quality and can even flourish in depleted conditions--it will even grow in clay where other trees may fail to thrive. The Tall, Stately Look of the Spruce Pine Tree Spruce pine trees are tall. In fact, they can reach a mature height of around seventy feet or more. Some love this tree because it is evergreen, displaying green color even when other trees go dormant for the winter. The tree bark is a hue between gray and light brown; it sheds from the tree to renew itself; it develops an interesting scaled texture as the tree matures. The spruce pine produces slightly twisted, dark green needles in pairs. The crown is pyramid-shaped while growing and becomes a slightly-rounded dome when mature. The limbs grow in dark green whorls. A mature tree drops a proliferation of large, open pine cones up to four inches long. Those who love making crafts and wreaths will often collect the pine cones for use in traditional holiday crafting. Order Your Spruce Pine Tree From TN Nursery Today If you want to naturalize a garden with a tall, evergreen species that will live a long time, TN Nursery recommends the spruce pine tree. Please place your order with us today.
Silver Maple Tree
Silver Maple Tree (Acer saccharinum)  Silver Maple Tree: Acer saccharinum, or the silver maple tree, is a deciduous, American native tree found in almost every state. Gardeners and landscapers covet this tree for its lovely shape, generous foliage, and sugary-sweet sap or maple syrup. It grows well in full sunshine or partially sunny conditions. The silver maple tree is drought-tolerant, heat-tolerant, pest-resistant, cold-tolerant, compaction-tolerant, and disease-resistant. It also seems to grow well in wet clay soil, which can smother less hardy trees. Acer saccharinum, a Tree of Many Names You might find several common names as you search for information about the silver maple tree. Each nickname refers to the same species--Acer saccharinum. River Maple Silverleaf Maple Swamp Maple Water Maple White Maple Hard Maple Leucoderme Northern Sugar Maple Sugar Maple The Silver Maple Tree Is a Good-natured Species The silver maple tree loves moist but well-drained soil. In nature, it grows near swamps, riverbeds, and flood plains. However, it can also tolerate short drought spells, returning to good health after a refreshing rain shower. As a forest native, the silver maple tree also loves plentiful woody organic materials. Amend the soil with mulch, peat moss, or other nitrogen-rich compost or fertilizer when you plant it and twice yearly. Besides these two factors, your silver maple tree will demand little from you once it establishes its root system. The Grand Good Looks of the Silver Maple Tree The silver maple tree is a fast grower, achieving up to six feet of growth annually. It reaches a height of eighty to a hundred feet when mature, and the large, lovely canopy can be up to sixty feet across. The crown is pleasantly round. The silver maple tree takes its name from the five-lobed leaves. The tops of the leaves are a vivid, medium-green hue. However, the underside of each leaf--and the stems--are a silvery white tone. As the breeze lifts the leaves, the tree has a silver cast from afar. The silver maple tree's bark is a rich dark brown bark that self-exfoliates as it matures to ensure a healthy, long life. Order Your Silver Maple Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery proudly digs our trees fresh and ships them quickly to ensure you receive the healthiest specimens. You can order confidently today.
Memorial Tree - A Living Tribute
Memorial Tree - A Living Tribute to Your Loved One Memorial Tree: There might be no better way to honor a loved one than to plant a memorial tree. When you purchase from TN Nursery, you will receive a healthy, generously sized (three- to four-foot tall) sapling to pay tribute to a special loved one. Why Plant a Memorial Tree? Here are three top reasons TN Nursery customers choose to grow a memorial tree. Signifies strong family bonds: This living tribute provides a symbolic representation of all the branches of the person's family tree, and the canopy represents your beloved watching over loved ones on earth from heaven. Stewardship: Was your loved one a nature lover, gardener, hiker, or outdoor enthusiast? Then they understood stewardship of natural resources. Your beloved angel will smile down on you for carrying on their stewardship. A memorial tree keeps you closer: The cemetery can be foreboding and impersonal. However, planting a tree in your backyard or garden creates a restful spot. Add a bench after the tree gets taller to make a place where you can reflect on the special memories you shared. Memorial Tree Options As generational growers, we at TN Nursery understand the power of family. We will send our customers three beautiful Memorial Tree options, each sapling lovingly grown at our central Tennesse location. Here are the trees from which you can choose: Maple Tree: The familiar maple tree signifies abundance and leadership. Its story is one of victory over adversity. Maple trees are resilient, even to extreme cold and heat. That trait represents how perseverance leads to personal triumph. This tree could be an excellent choice if your loved one was a hard worker, leading the family from hard times to prosperity. Oak Tree: The stately oak tree represents wisdom and survival, even in the face of formidable odds. The oak tree starts in a hard acorn and must push out of the sturdy exterior and through the hard ground to grow. It is wise--patient enough to begin its emergence from that shell at the perfect time. Its strength helps it survive that journey to maturity. The oak tree will speak to the family of one who prevailed against all odds. Tulip Tree: A lovely flowering tree in the magnolia family, the tulip tree symbolizes beauty and grace. The tree blooms stunning large blossoms in the springtime every year, showing off soft pastel colors for all to enjoy. If your loved one loved all things whimsical and beautiful, the tulip tree would be a fantastic tribute. Order Your Memorial Tree From TN Nursery Today TN Nursery would love the honor of helping your family create a living memorial for your beloved. We will dig the sapling with the utmost care and respect--please place your order today. Memorial trees are perfect for remembering and honoring those who have passed away. Plant the tree in someone's special honor and you will have years of memories to cherish. Tn Nursery will deliver that tree to your home or office. Give the gift of living on with a memorial tree! Give your loved one the best of both worlds - giving them the love they deserve while also making memories that will stay near you forever. Memorial trees are available at TN Nursery. Order your memorial tree today!
White Hibiscus
White Hibiscus Syriacus White Hibiscus Syriacus is a glorious species and wildly popular among TN Nursery customers. White Hibiscus Syriacus can reach approximately twelve feet tall and become eight feet wide. The lovely, angelic white blossoms are perfect for attracting pollinators to your garden or as a focal piece in any garden bed. The White Hibiscus Syriacus is native to Asia--the South China Sea region. However, it performs beautifully in North America's moderate USDA growing zones. It's an easy-care plant, unconcerned about soil conditions. Indeed, it thrives in several growing mediums, including rocky soil, sand, or clay. All it requires is a place in the garden with adequate drainage. Gardeners who often have water restrictions love this flowering shrub because it is resilient against drought. You can water it occasionally during a dry spell--it will recover quickly. Other Well-Known Names for the White Hibiscus Syriacus Shrubs The hibiscus shrub, whether referring to white or any other colors in the family, also carries other common names, including these: Hibiscus White Cashmere Rose of China Shrub Althea Rose-of-Sharon Rose of Sharon Don't let the nicknames fool you--hibiscus shrubs are no relation to standard garden roses. White Hibiscus Syriacus Will Attract Helpful Visitors to Your Backyard The bright white petals and slightly cupped shape beckon bumblebees, hummingbirds, moths, and butterflies to your white hibiscus syriacus. In addition to pollinator species, ground-feeding birds love the lush green foliage. It makes a perfect hiding place for their nests, as they will have plenty of camouflage to hide from predators. It's also worth mentioning that whitetail deer seem deterred by the fragrance of the Rose of Sharon plant. They'd rather feast on something less floral. White Hibiscus Syriacus Is a Gardener's Favorite Species Flowers adorn White Hibiscus Syriacus by mid-summer. Gardeners in the southernmost growing zones might enjoy the showy blossoms until the middle or end of fall. These crepe-textured flowers are large, measuring as much as four inches wide. They are a crisp, bright white--popping against the leaves. Flowers have a double layer of five petals. The flower's center is a cheerful light yellow. Hibiscus blossoms generally last for a single day, but a replacement emerges soon. The glossy, rich green foliage on the white hibiscus syriacus is also stunning. Alternating leaves on the stems have toothy edges that give it an intriguing texture. Order Your White Hibiscus Syriacus from TN Nursery Today TN Nursery suggests White Hibiscus Syriacus for any gardener who wants an easy-care shrub with late-season white flowers--place your order with us today.