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Flowering Trees Package - 6 Trees

Flowering Trees Package - 6 Trees

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Flowering Trees Package - 6 Trees

TN Nursery proudly offers a flowering trees package. Indeed, it is one of our customers' best values.

When you order a flowering tree package, you will receive six healthy seedlings between three and four feet tall. The horticulturists at TN Nursery will choose the best flowering trees for the kit, custom-selected exclusively for you.

Redbud Tree:
It introduces the enchanting Redbud Tree - a graceful and captivating addition to any landscape. With its vibrant display of color and delicate blooms, the Redbud Tree is a true testament to the beauty of nature. Whether you're an experienced gardener or a nature enthusiast, this stunning tree will leave you in awe of its visual appeal and the tranquility it brings to your outdoor space. 

Standing at an average height of 20 to 30 feet, the Redbud Tree showcases a rounded, multi-branched canopy that adds depth and dimension to your garden or yard. The heart-shaped leaves emerge in a lustrous green shade, transforming into a kaleidoscope of hues as autumn approaches. As the seasons change, the leaves turn to breathtaking shades of yellow, orange, and deep purple, creating a spectacular fall foliage display.

Beyond its aesthetic appeal, the Redbud Tree is known for its adaptability and resilience.

It thrives in various climates, from cool temperate regions to warmer areas, making it a versatile choice for multiple locations. It is also relatively low-maintenance, requiring minimal pruning and watering once established. With proper care and attention, your Redbud Tree will flourish for years, rewarding you with its ever-changing beauty.

Tulip trees:
The tulip tree, scientifically known as Liriodendron tulipifera, is a tall and stately deciduous tree native to the eastern United States.

Here are some key points to introduce tulip trees:

1. Appearance: Tulip trees are known for their impressive size, often reaching heights of 70 to 90 feet (21 to 27 meters) or more. The leaves are unique, resembling tulip flowers with their distinct four-lobed shape and bright green color.

2. Flowers: One of the most striking features of tulip trees is their large, beautiful flowers, which typically appear in late spring or early summer. The flowers are yellow-green with orange markings; each blossom is around 2 to 3 inches (5 to 7.5 centimeters) in diameter. While they are not actual tulips, their shape resembles the flower, hence the common name. The flowers are also a valuable nectar source for bees and other pollinators.

3. Habitat and Range: Tulip trees are native to the eastern regions of North America, stretching from the southern parts of Ontario, Canada, down to Florida and Louisiana in the United States. They thrive in moist, well-drained soils and are commonly found in mixed hardwood forests and along stream banks.

4. Uses and Benefits: Tulip trees have both ornamental and practical uses

Due to their tall stature and attractive flowers, they are often planted as shade trees or as focal points in landscapes and parks. The straight and relatively lightweight wood of tulip trees is also valued for various purposes, including furniture, cabinetry, veneer, and musical instruments. Additionally, tulip tree nectar is a source of honey production, and the seeds serve as food for wildlife, including birds and squirrels.

5. Environmental Importance: Tulip trees play a role in supporting biodiversity. Their flowers attract pollinators like bees and butterflies, aiding in the reproduction of other plant species. The trees also provide shelter and food for various wildlife species, contributing to the overall health and balance of ecosystems where they are found.

Tulip trees are admired for their striking appearance and ecological significance and are deeply rooted in the cultural heritage of the eastern United States. Their grandeur and beauty make them a beloved tree species among nature enthusiasts, gardeners, and tree lovers.

Crabapple trees:
They are closely related to apple trees (Malus domestica) and are known for their exquisite blossoms, colorful fruits, and ornamental value. Here's an introduction to crabapple trees:

1. Appearance: Crabapple trees exhibit various sizes and shapes, depending on the variety. They can be small, multi-stemmed shrubs or significant, spreading trees, typically reaching heights of 15 to 25 feet (4.5 to 7.6 meters). The leaves are usually oval-shaped and have serrated edges. In spring, crabapple trees burst into a spectacular display of flowers, ranging from white and pink to deep red.

2. Flowers and Fruits: The blossoms of crabapple trees highlight their ornamental appeal. They come in various forms, including single, semi-double, and double flowers. The flowers are usually small and fragrant, attracting bees and other pollinators. Following the flowers, crabapple trees produce small, round fruits, often less than 2 inches (5 centimeters) in diameter. These fruits can range in color from yellow and green to red and purple, adding visual interest to the tree. While some crabapples are edible and can be used for cooking or making preserves, others are primarily grown for their ornamental value and are unsuitable for consumption.

3. Cultivars and Varieties: There are numerous cultivars and varieties of crabapple trees available, offering a wide range of flower colors, fruit sizes, and growth habits. Some popular cultivars include 'Royal Raindrops' with deep pinkish-red flowers and purple foliage, 'Prairifire' with vibrant pinkish-red flowers and dark red fruits, and 'Sugar Tyme' with white flowers and persistent red fruits.

4. Landscape Use: Crabapple trees are widely planted for their aesthetic appeal and ability to enhance landscapes. They are valued for their spring blossoms, which create a vibrant and colorful display. Many crabapple varieties also have attractive foliage, with leaves that turn shades of yellow, orange, or red in the fall. The small fruits can persist into winter, providing food for birds and other wildlife. Crabapple trees are commonly used as specimen trees, in group plantings, or as flowering hedges in gardens, parks, and urban landscapes.

5. Cultural Significance: Crabapple trees have cultural significance in various parts of the world. Crabapple trees are planted in some cultures to celebrate important occasions or symbolize good luck.

Crabapple trees offer diverse cultivars and varieties that suit different landscape preferences. Whether for their stunning spring blossoms, colorful fruits, or contribution to wildlife habitat, these trees are cherished for their ornamental value and ability to create a captivating display in gardens and outdoor spaces.

Crepe myrtle:
Crepe myrtle, known as Lagerstroemia, is a beautiful flowering tree or shrub belonging to the Lythraceae family. It is native to Asia, particularly China, Korea, and Japan, but has gained popularity worldwide due to its stunning blossoms, attractive bark, and overall ornamental value. Here's an introduction to crepe myrtle:

1. Appearance: Crepe myrtle trees come in various sizes, ranging from small shrubs to medium-sized trees. The most notable feature of crepe myrtle is its abundant and showy flowers, which bloom in summer. The flowers have crinkled petals, resembling crepe paper, hence the name "crepe myrtle."

2. Bark: Apart from their vibrant flowers, crepe myrtle trees also possess attractive bark that adds visual interest, particularly during winter when the tree is leafless. The bark is smooth and often exfoliates, revealing a mottled texture and shades of gray, brown, and cinnamon. The peeling bark provides a unique and appealing visual appeal to the tree's overall aesthetic.

3. Foliage: Crepe myrtle leaves are typically elongated, ovate, or lance-shaped, and they emerge in spring after the flowering period. The leaves have a glossy texture and can vary in color, ranging from deep green to bronze or burgundy, depending on the variety. The foliage adds beauty to the tree even when it is not blooming.

4. Varieties and Cultivars: There are numerous crepe myrtle varieties and cultivars, each with distinctive characteristics. Some popular cultivars include 'Natchez,' which features white flowers and exfoliating, cinnamon-colored bark; 'Dynamite,' known for its brilliant red flowers and bronze foliage; and 'Tuscarora,' which offers vibrant coral-pink flowers. These varieties offer a wide range of colors, sizes, and growth habits, allowing for flexibility in landscape design.

5. Landscape Use: Crepe myrtle is highly regarded as an ornamental tree commonly used in landscaping. It is well-suited for various settings, including gardens, parks, and along streets and driveways. Crepe Myrtle's stunning flowers provide a burst of color during summer, while its attractive bark and foliage add interest throughout the year. Depending on the variety, crepe myrtle can be grown as a small shrub or trained into a single-trunked tree.

6. Growing Requirements: Crepe myrtle trees thrive in full sun and prefer well-drained soil. They generally tolerate different soil types and are relatively drought-resistant once established.

Crepe Myrtle's long-lasting and vibrant flowers, attractive bark, and overall hardiness make it a beloved choice among gardeners and landscapers.

Here are the benefits of blooming trees:

1. Beautification: Flowering trees add natural beauty and vibrant colors to landscapes, parks, gardens, and streets, enhancing the overall visual appeal of the surroundings.

2. Pollinator attraction: By attracting these pollinators, flowering trees aid in pollinating other plants, promoting biodiversity, and supporting ecosystem health.

3. Air purification: They also help filter pollutants and particulate matter, improving air quality.

4. Shade and cooling: Flowering trees provided shade, reducing the impact of direct sunlight and lowering temperatures in their vicinity. They help create cooler microclimates in urban areas, reducing the need for air conditioning and mitigating the urban heat island effect.

5. Soil erosion control: The extensive root systems of flowering trees help bind the soil, preventing erosion by holding it in place. They also facilitate water absorption, reducing runoff and the risk of flooding.

6. Habitat creation: Flowering trees offer shelter and nesting sites for birds, squirrels, and other wildlife. These trees create diverse habitats, support biodiversity, and promote ecological balance.

7. Psychological benefits: Flowering trees in natural environments has been linked to numerous psychological benefits. They can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression while improving overall well-being and providing a sense of tranquility.

8. Food production: Some flowering trees produce edible fruits, nuts, or seeds, providing a food source for wildlife and humans. Examples include apple, cherry, and almond trees.

9. Privacy and noise reduction: Flowering trees can act as natural barriers, providing privacy and reducing noise pollution by absorbing and deflecting sound waves.

10. Economic value: Flowering trees contribute to the economic value of an area. Well-maintained landscapes with flowering trees can enhance property values, attract tourists, and stimulate local economies through increased tourism and business activities.

These benefits make flowering trees essential to sustainable landscaping, urban planning, and environmental conservation efforts.

Tips for growing and caring for flowering trees:

1. Choose the right tree: Select a flowering tree species well-suited to your climate, soil type, and available space. Consider sunlight requirements, mature size, and water needs before choosing.

2. Planting location: Find a suitable place with adequate sunlight and well-drained soil for your flowering tree.

3. Proper planting technique: Dig a more comprehensive and slightly shallower hole than the tree's root ball.

4. Watering: Provide regular and consistent watering during the tree's establishment period. Once established, most flowering trees can tolerate periods of drought, but it's still important to water during dry spells to maintain their health and vigor.

5. Mulching: Mulching helps retain soil moisture, suppresses weed growth, and regulates soil temperature. Ensure the mulch is spread evenly and kept away from the trunk to prevent moisture-related issues or rot.

6. Pruning: Prune your flowering tree to remove dead, damaged, or crossing branches. Pruning can also help shape the tree and promote healthy growth. However, be cautious not to over-prune, as it may reduce flowering potential.

7. Fertilization: Fertilize your flowering tree with a slow-release, balanced fertilizer in early spring. Follow the recommended dosage and application instructions provided by the manufacturer. Avoid excessive fertilization, as it can lead to poor growth or damage to the tree.

8. Pest and disease control: Monitor your flowering tree for signs of pests or diseases. Typical issues may include aphids, caterpillars, fungal infections, or powdery mildew. If detected, take appropriate measures to control the problem, such as using organic insecticides or seeking professional advice.

9. Seasonal care: Pay attention to seasonal needs. During flowering and fruiting seasons, provide extra care, such as supplemental watering and protection from strong winds or heavy rains. Protecting young or vulnerable trees from frost or freezing temperatures in colder regions.

10. Regular maintenance: Inspect your flowering tree for any signs of damage, stress, or irregular growth. Maintain good overall tree health through proper care and attention.

Remember, each flowering tree species may have specific care requirements, so it's advisable to consult local gardening resources or seek advice from arborists or horticulturists familiar with your particular tree species for more detailed guidance.

Flowering Trees Package: T.N. Nursery proudly offers a flowering trees package. Indeed, it is one of our customers' best values. 

When you order a flowering tree package, you will receive six healthy seedlings between three and four feet tall. The horticulturists at T.N. Nursery will choose the best flowering trees for the kit, custom-selected exclusively for you.

When you order, we note your U.S.D.A. growing zone and hand-select a package that will flourish in your local conditions. The flowering trees package eliminates the "guesswork" and helps ensure a pleasant and successful growing experience. Ordering a flowering trees package is like having an experienced personal shopper on your team. 

Flowering Tree Package: Some Typical Selections We Might Include Are:

We often include some standard selections in flowering tree packages. Your kit will vary based on your growing zone. However, these give you an idea of the care and love we put into our selection. 

  • Redbud trees: Blush pink to rosy, pink buds appear in the early spring and give way to a lovely green canopy that lasts until the fall.
  • Tulip trees: Delicate yellow tulip-shaped flowers appear in the late spring, producing bright green foliage for the rest of the summer.
  • Crabapple trees: Mid-spring dark pink flowers appear in the late spring and produce crabapples--a lovely little fruit that can sustain your backyard visitors next winter.
  • Crepe myrtle: Blossoms of the crepe myrtle tree can be purple, pink, white, or red. They are mid-summer bloomers with an attractively shaped canopy and attractive peeling bark. 

Please allow us to delight you--we take great pleasure in hand-curating the perfect selections for your climate. 

Order Your Flowering Trees Package From TN Nursery Today 

Are you ready to enjoy beautiful, blossoming trees that will light up your yard with magnificent color? Please place your order for a flowering trees package with T.N. Nursery today.  

Customer Reviews

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zygmunt golek

So far so good they are alive

Joe Fosum
My wife loves them

My wife has been wanting to plant flowering trees all in the yard she loves them thank you very much.