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Tn Nurseries Best Selling Native Plants

1. Lily Of The Valley

2. Mayapple

3. Bloodroot

4. Hepatica

5. Reedgrass

Native Plants Benefits In Landscaping . 

We have over 150+ plants, trees, shrubs, and bushes for all your landscaping needs. We carry border plants, deer-resistant shrubs, and bushes, drought-tolerant plants, fast-growing trees, hedges and privacy, to complement and protect ponds and water gardens, and to provide shade. These plants are naturally part of a healthy, thriving ecosystem.

Landscaping with Native Plants

Plants like trees, bushes, and shrubs that naturally grow in their original region but are adaptable enough to evolve in the habitat where they are planted. This helps save time, money, and resources.

The benefits associated with these plants are huge.

  • Maintenance
  • There is little to no maintenance of native plants. It is important to know what plant works well in your environment to properly select what would work best. While native plants are not maintenance-free, the upkeep is minor.
  • Beauty
  • Native shrubs, bushes, plants, and trees produce a variety of things, including fruit and flowers. Dependant in the climate, these plants have an array of bright colors to enjoy.
  • Helping wildlife
  • Birds, butterflies, moths, and other mammals all rely on their ecosystems to live. Native plants provide a safe haven, secure habitat, and a source of food for animals.
  • No chemicals
  • Plants growing natively in their own space do not need any insecticides or herbicides to thrive. Ensuring these plants remain pesticide-free will assist in protecting water sources, insects, and animals.
  • Combats invaders
  • Invasive species stay away from this ecosystem when the garden has native plants to prevent the likelihood of invasive species.

Native Plants Helping the Environment

Native trees and bushes hold water, which saves money by conserving use and reducing expenses. While these trees and shrubs are beautiful, the weather can quickly turn a regular day into one of gloom. They can usually withstand the weather of their environment. If they are affected, they grow back without having to replant and start over.

These plants also fight diseases and other risks from the environment. When using these native plants during landscaping, they can flourish. They are non-invasive, providing just enough coverage in the yard or garden while allowing other plants to thrive and grow as well. A natural habitat is inevitable with many of these plants, which help animals as a source of food. Since plants, trees, shrubs, and bushes are part of the natural ecosystem, there is no need for pesticides or fertilizer. They have an in-bred system where they help each other.

TN Nursery Native Plant Options

At TN Nursery, we carry one of the largest native plant varieties in the state. We’ve listened to and realized the need for property and homeowners who want a beautiful landscape without high maintenance costs. The possibilities are endless with the right native shrubs, trees, bushes, and plants that not only look good but positively contribute to the environment.

We carry:

  • Ferns
  • Berry Plants
  • Live Stakes
  • Mosses
  • Ground Covers
  • Native Grasses
  • Seedlings
  • Trees
  • and more…

Some of our popular options include daisies, bloodroot, dandelion, honeysuckle vine, Christmas fern, Weeping Willow trees, Red Maple trees, Pokeweed plants, and Lily of the Valley.

Getting Back to Basics with Native Plants

If you’re wanting to make an impact and stay connected to your heritage and the environment, native plants are the answer. These trees, shrubs, and bushes work together to create beautiful landscapes for you, but also in restoring the regional landscape. Nothing is better than enjoying native plants that speak to what’s going on around them. This creates a healthy environment for everyone. Once they are planted and rooted, there is no need for additional irrigation because they learn how to soak up the rain.

Additionally, they can thrive year-round in their natural habitats, providing a picturesque landscape that does more than just look good, but does good for the overall environment. With a natural tolerance to diseases, there are no worries concerning the destruction of the native plants and shrubs. By the opposite token, native plants do provide shelter and food for the wildlife around them.

Using these plants is one of the best and most useful ways to create a beautiful landscape. These plants don’t require a lot of resources while helping to promote an ecosystem that will remain healthy enough to withstand anything. Our team is ready to help make recommendations on what would work best for you based on soil, climate, and location. Our low prices speak for themselves, but did you know we have a 1-year warranty and fast shipping too. Call us 931.692.7325

Native Plants or Specialty Plants

Are you planning to make your garden lively? These plants make the best choice, they have established symbiotic connections with local species, and provide the greenest life. A range of colors and fascinating attributes are available throughout the season with these plants, including spring ones for flowers, summer ones for flowers or shade, fall ones for flowers, fruits, fall leaves, and winter ones with attractive bark or evergreen properties. A plant that grows organically in a specific place, environment, or habitat without human intervention is native. Plant species cultivated directly from local seed sources wherever feasible.

These indigenous originals are ideal since they are founded with certain animals, allowing for migration, breeding, and other seasonal interdependence. Specific natural plant cultivars also provide some advantages to wildlife. These plants benefit the ecosystem the greatest when placed in suitable areas for their growth. They can flourish in your region's soil, and wetness means less extra watering, which may be inconsistent, and fewer insect issues that need the use of hazardous pesticides. They also help manage rainwater runoff and preserve healthy soil since their root systems are deep and prevent dirt from compacting.

Attractive features and benefits of native plants:

  • They are environmentally friendly.

  • Agrochemicals may be used and emitted in more negligible amounts.

  • Less probable to become intrusive

  • Local creatures with food and shelter

  • Being appealing to hummingbirds and songbirds

  • Supports Greater faunal diversity

  • They require no fertilizer and use far fewer chemicals than grass.

  • Many plants consume less water than lawns and aid in erosion prevention.

  • Many native plants have deep root systems that increase the capacity of the soil to store water. Native plants can also reduce water runoff and, as a result, floods.

  • They also help to reduce air pollution.

  • Many capes do not require mowing.

  •  Excess carbon released by fossil fuel burning adds to global warming.

  •  Absorption of carbon from the atmosphere takes place by native plants.

  • They supply animals with both shelter and food.

  • They also encourage biodiversity and environmental management.

  • Native floras are lovely and add to the visual value of the area.

Coolest Native Plants

Daisy

The native daisy has become a common wild plant in the United States and internationally. This perennial may reach a height of 60 cm and has oblong incised leaves with long petioles. It has single flower heads that are 2.5 to 5 cm in diameter, and the ray flowers are white. It can also grow up to 10 cm in diameter. Planting the daisy plant is simple. It may develop in various conditions but prefers a sunny or partially sunny location with moist medium soil. Oxeye daisies grow in raised, potted garden beds that keep moisture and weeds at bay.

Mulberry Tree

Mulberries are most known for their sweet, tart fruit, which we enjoy both fresh and dried. Mulberry trees multiply and aren't fussy about the soil they grow in. One mulberry tree species is native to North America, while others are naturalized. Mulberries can tolerate a wide variety of temperatures, although it is preferable to cultivate them in a sunny location. These trees can withstand droughts and grow in poor soil.

Coontail Plants

Coontail, often known as coon's tail, is a Ceratophyllid species. It is a noxious invasive weed in New Zealand. The blooms of the Coontail are pretty tiny and grow near the base of the leaf. The blossoms bloom every year despite being rare. Its small flowers appear near the leaf bases. Coontail is abrasive to touch, having no roots that make it mobile to float effortlessly.

Redbud Tree

The redbud tree belongs to the bean family known as the Passover tree. This tree is a beautiful ornamental tree endemic to the eastern United States.

Virginia Creeper

Virginia creeper, popularly known as woodbine or American ivy, is a woody vine in the grape family. It is prevalent in eastern North America. Many cultivated types with smaller leaves and shorter tendrils create tighter covering.

Lily Of The Valley

Lily of the valley is a forest flowering plant with sweetly fragrant, hanging, bell-shaped white blooms that bloom in sprays in spring. It is native to Europe in the cool temperate Northern Hemisphere.

Redbud Seedlings

Redbud Seedlings grow best in half-shade in the summer. Small to medium-sized shrubs with green, heart-shaped leaves are produced by Redbud Seedlings. Redbud seedlings have a pea-shaped blossom that is purple or pink in hue.

Red Chokeberry Shrub

Red chokeberry is a multi-stemmed native shrub with masses of white blooms, crimson glossy berries, and brilliant red fall color. Red chokeberry is a hardy, reliable shrub with three seasons of appeal, ideal for grey, rainy areas. It looks great in a native garden or landscape.

Bloodroot

Bloodroot is a blooming perennial herbaceous plant endemic to eastern North America. It is the species in the genus Sanguinaria, a member of the Papaveraceae poppy family, and is closely related to East Asia. Croup, hoarseness, painful throat, poor circulation in surface blood vessels, nasal polyps, achy joints and muscles warts, and fever are all treatable with the species.

Hepatica Plant

Hepatica plant is a tiny native plant that grows in lush forests from Minnesota to Maine and Northern Florida to Alabama. The blooms are most typically blue or lavender, while white versions may be widespread regionally, particularly in southern locations, and other hues of pink may exist.

Plants are essential for our survival, well-being, and inspiration. The native plants are vital resources that support all life. Plants contribute a wide diversity of natural products and services. They manage our planet's atmosphere and climate by regulating water supply, providing oxygen, and sequestering carbon.

Furthermore, they supply food for us, habitat for wildlife, food for pollinators critical to crop production, lumber and raw materials for industry, medicine, decorative gardening, and the economy. You may acquire all of these plants, as well as a range of others, from us. Our assortment is for everyone, and you may choose plants based on your growth circumstances.

 Native plants are available online at Tn Nursery
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