Plants By Bloom Color

Plants By Bloom Color

When looking for plants either for your home or business compound, there are different criteria you can use to choose the right one. One is by bloom color to ensure they fit your color scheme. 

 

 TN Nursery has many trees, shrubs, perennials, and native plants with different bloom colors. 

 

 

Purple Color Plants 

 

 

Purple Larkspur

This perennial plant is easy to take care of and produces purple flowers, sometimes with a shade of blue. The larkspur also attract hummingbirds and are easy to regrow because once they sprout, their seeds fall on the ground, assuring you of a never-ending plant supply. 

Iris Cristata
 The Iris cristata rhizomatous perennial plant produces purple or pale lavender flowers with a yellow or orange crust and white patches. 

 

Orange Color Plants 

 

Trumpet vine plant
 Also referred to as the trumpet creeper, this is a fast-growing perennial vein that will attract hummingbirds to your property. They develop clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers over spring and summer, primarily orange but can also be red and yellow.  Since it is a creeper plant, you must constantly prune it and maintain it in the area you want it to grow.

Orange daylily plant
 This perennial plant is easy to grow and take care of. It blossoms in summer producing five-inch star-shaped orange flowers that most only last a day. Every flower usually has a different shade of orange, making your property rich with color. 

White Color Plants 

Black chokeberry
 This is an excellent plant to add to your property if you want a fruit-bearing shrub. It tolerates different soil textures, pH levels, soil densities, and moisture conditions. In spring, it develops clusters of white flowers; in fall, its levels turn from green to vibrant shades of orange, red, and purple. Therefore, your property is guaranteed to have a pop of color. 

Squirrel corn plant
 The squirrel corn is a moderate-growing perennial plant produces broad, white, heart-like fragrant flowers, sometimes with a shade of lavender and pink. They blossom in spring, after which they become dormant to give way to the hot summer weather. 

Pink Color Plants 

 

Redbud tree
 If you are a pink lover, this is the tree you should go for. In spring, it develops clusters of tiny magenta buds that sprout into colorful small pink flowers that last for around a month. You will continue to experience a pop of color from the heart-shaped leaves of the tree that are usually reddish when they appear in spring, turn green in summer, and bright yellow in fall.

 

 

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Larkspur (Delphinium)

Larkspur

The Larkspur plant is recognizable thanks to its airy, towering spikes of beautiful blossoms. While the most commonly found hue of these soaring beauties is blue, they also can be found in violet, white, red, yellow, and pink varieties. At full maturity, the traditional species of this plant can reach up to nine feet or more, while more modern versions will reach a maximum height of around four feet. A member of the Ranunculaceae family, this flower's regal spikes are long-lasting, even after they've been cut. The plant can be found in annuals, biennials, and perennials. Native to the Northern Hemisphere, this graceful plant can be called Delphinium, Lark's Claw, Knight's Spur, Consolida Ajacis, and Lark's Heel. Larkspur's Attributes One of the most significant attributes that set the Larkspur aside from the rest is how its petals mature. You'll see this plant flower in late spring to late summer. They grow together to create a hollow-like pocket. This pocket will have between two and five spurs near its apex. Each flower will possess a black or white center, known as a bee.  Larkspur Is very Unique. Its leaves are unique in size and style. This plant usually has between three and seven lobed palmate leaves, with lobes that vary in number and size depending on the individual plant species. Its deep green, soft, fern-like foliage provides the perfect backdrop for summertime blooms.  Benefits Of The Larkspur Larkspur plant is known to be deer and drought-resistant. It's low-maintenance, making it the perfect colorful addition to any household garden. This herbaceous plant will surely attract butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds throughout the year's warmer months. Many landscapers will use this versatile plant for garden edging, backdrops, and walkways. Its horizontal prowess, combined with its gorgeous hues, makes it one-of-a-kind in the horticultural world.

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Aronia Arbutifolia - Red Chokeberry

Red Chokeberry

Red Chokeberry is a native shrub commonly found in the Eastern United States. Suitable for Hardiness Zones 4 through 9, it grows from six to ten feet high and from three to five feet wide. The plant is easily propagated from seeds, cuttings, or divisions and has multiseasonal appeal for lawns and gardens. The Lovely Appearance Of Red Chokeberry In landscaping applications, it is an ornamental plant that produces tiny, delicate blossoms in early spring. During summer, the plant has dark green leaves that turn deep red, purple, or orange in the autumn. In September, the plant produces its namesake red berries. The glossy berries grow in colorful clusters that last until mid-winter. The shrub is also suitable for creating borders for water features, such as ponds, as the plant tolerates wet, boggy conditions well.  Benefits Of Planting The Shrub It is also suitable for erosion control along embankments and other erosion-prone areas. It is also an excellent option for borders, alone in a mass planting, or as a single addition to mixed shrubs. This versatile thrives in well-drained, moist soil. While it tolerates partial shade well, locations with full sun are ideal for growing shrubs that produce vivid fall foliage and abundant winter berries.  Red Chokeberry Is Very Hardy Red Chokeberry is resistant to drought, pests, and disease and can withstand salt exposure and pollution. During summer, the glossy leaves are dark green with a grey underside that feels fuzzy. The leaves develop alternately along the slender, brown branches and are obovate-shaped with finely serrated margins.  The Red Chokeberry bush has slender stems that are thinner at the base. The clusters of white or pink flowers have five petals and are about 1/3 inch in diameter, while the red berries are about 1/4 inch in diameter. When allowed to remain on the plants, the berries attract various birds during late winter when food is scarce.

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Squirrel Corn

Squirrel Corn

The Squirrel Corn plant, whose botanical name is Dicentra Canadensis, is usually grown for its beautiful flowers. It is a spring ephemeral that dies back after its blooming period and is dormant during the summer, fall, and winter seasons. The perennial is native to eastern North America and grows in forests and woodlands. Besides its lovely blooms, it is known for its unique-shaped roots. At the roots’ end are yellow nodules that resemble corn on the cob. The Stunning Bloom Of Squirrel Corn The flowers are heart-shaped, similar to those of the bleeding heart. They are pinkish-white. The bloom is less than a half-inch wide and about an inch long. The spring-blooming plant has a considerably short blooming season. They start to bloom in April and end in May. The flowers’ stems are dark green, sometimes with a touch of brown, and point downwards. As the flowers begin to fade away, the leaves from the plant start to take center stage. The Lovely Leaves Of The Squirrel Corn  Squirrel corn has triangular leaves that can be green with a hint of blue or gray, and the bottoms are light green. They can grow to about ten inches in length and divide multiple times, creating a lace pattern similar to that of a fern. The surface of the leaves is smooth to the touch but has a waxy texture underneath. The plants extend to almost a foot in height. Zones Squirrel Corn Does Well In If grown in hardiness zones 4 through 7, the plants are easy to grow and function sufficiently. They prefer shady or partially shady locations. Their soil preference is well-drained, moist, rich soil. It is important to make sure that the plants receive plenty of water during the spring when they are blooming and most active. Fertilizers can be added to the soil once a year if needed. The Squirrel Corn plant makes a beautiful addition to any natural or woodland garden. It is the perfect plant for an ornamental garden. The plant will certainly add interest to any shade garden during the spring months. It grows slowly, making it an ideal border plant or ground cover choice. Due to its sluggish development, it will not become a nuisance plant, encroach upon other plants, or take up a lot of space. Even though it only blooms briefly, it is a beautiful focal point for any spring garden.

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