✨ Buy One, Get One Free ✨

Offer Valid on Same Item Only

Products

View

Filters

Clear all

Height At Maturity

More

Less

Usage

More

Less

Exposure

More

Less

Chestnut Oak Seedlings - 10 Pack

Chestnut Oak Seedlings - 10 Pack

The Chestnut Oak is a long lived, ornamental tree with a sluggish to medium development rate. It can rise to a stature of 60’ with a spread of up to 50’ and a rounded crown. It should be planted in zones 4-8 in full to partial sun. However, the younger trees can be shade tolerant. Even though it is usually found in dry, rocky soil, it prefers its soil to be moist and well-drained with an acidic pH. It is very tolerant of drought conditions. The Stunning Graphic Appeal Of Chestnut Oak Seedlings The broad leaves of the Chestnut Oak Seedlings are dark green on the top and gray green underneath and leathery to the touch. It is smooth underneath with wavy margins. In the fall, the leaves will first turn a yellowish orange then turn to rusty brown. The thick bark is light to medium gray. Older trees have triangular ridges with deep furrows in between them. Acorns will develop in one season and mature in September to October. They are oval shaped and about 1”-1.5” long. Chestnut Oaks Produce Nuts The top half of the nut is covered with a bumpy cap. The terminal buds are light chestnut brown, large, and pointed. In mid-spring, hairy catkins begin to appear on the tree. In May, small pollen-bearing, yellowish-green flowers appear in the catkins. These flowers are usually unnoticeable through the young leaves. These trees can be complex to transplant due to their deep taproot. Attract Wildlife With Chestnut Oaks Chestnut Oak Seedlings will attract white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, song birds, and cavity-nesting birds. Their durable wood can be used for construction and fuel. The bark has a high level of tannin, which is used in tanning leather. Landscapers use this as a shade tree and along streets.

Regular price From $37.99
Regular price Sale price From $37.99
Unit price  per 
Chestnut Oak Tree

Chestnut Oak Tree

Our chestnut oak trees are popular shade trees for large areas with a spread at maturity of 60’ to 70'. They are great for large yards and parks. During the fall, chestnut oak leaves can range from a beautiful red, orange, or yellowish-brown. Chestnut Oak Trees Live For Many Years  They do produce fruit in the form of acorns. The acorns are 1 to 1.5 inches long and separate from the cap when they mature. The acorns ripen during the fall. They can live for over 200 years. They can grow to be really tall, over 100 feet.  When choosing a spot to plant this big tree, make sure there will always be plenty of room. They do not like to be moved or transplanted because they have a deep taproot.  Chestnut Oak Trees Can Grow Just About Anywhere  Hardy Planting Zone: The chestnut oak tree grows well in the USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 4 through 7, which covers a large portion of the United States.  Bloom Season (if any): Chestnut oaks will bloom in early to mid-May, depending on the weather conditions. It can be one of the earliest trees to bloom during the spring.  Bloom Color: Long chestnut-shaped leaves that start pink to silvery becoming a dark green for the summer. Male flowers are yellow-green about 2” to 4” long. Female flowers are reddish in color and appear along with the leaves in mid-spring.  Soil Type Preferred: They prefer a well-drained acidic soil, but they can tolerate some alkalinity in the soil. Chestnut oaks are tolerant of drought conditions but they do not like poorly drained soils.  Sun or Shade: They do best with 6 hours of sunlight everyday and partial shade the rest of the time.

Regular price From $30.99
Regular price Sale price From $30.99
Unit price  per 
Chicory Plant

Chicory Plant

Cichorium intybus, commonly known as chicory, boasts a rich agricultural heritage and is an incredibly versatile plant. This hardy and adaptable herbaceous perennial has numerous positive attributes that make it a valuable addition to gardens and agriculture. Chicory Plants Are A Hardy And Sun Loving Perennial One of the most distinctive features of it is its attractive foliage. The plant produces deeply lobed, lance-shaped leaves that are usually a vibrant green. These leaves are not only visually appealing but also nutritious, often used as a leafy green vegetable in salads or as a cooked green in various cuisines. The Chicory Plant is valued for its versatility in cultivation. It can thrive in various conditions, including sun and shade, making it suitable for different garden settings. Its adaptability to different soil types, including well-drained sandy soils and clayey substrates, further enhances its versatility and ease of cultivation. Chicory Plant Has Beautiful Flowers Chicory Plants are also appreciated for its ability to produce colorful and attractive flowers. The plant bears bright blue to lavender-blue daisy-like flowers on tall, slender stems. These blooms provide a cheerful display in gardens and are an important nectar source for pollinators like bees and butterflies. In addition to its ornamental uses, it has been historically cultivated for its role in forage and livestock feed. The leaves and roots of certain chicory varieties are highly nutritious and palatable to livestock, making them a valuable component of pasture and forage mixtures. In summary, chicory is a versatile and valuable plant known for its attractive foliage, adaptability to various growing conditions, culinary uses, coffee substitute production, ornamental qualities, and contribution to forage and livestock feed. Whether grown for its greens or cosmetic appeal, it is a plant with a rich history and a wide range of positive attributes that continue to make it a cherished addition to gardens and agricultural landscapes.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Chinese Chestnut Tree

Chinese Chestnut Tree

The Chinese chestnut tree, Castanea mollissima, is aptly named after its original home, mainland China. It is a wild tree that can grow anywhere from forty to sixty feet tall in maturity. The tree is resistant to the common Chestnut blight and tolerates common pests such as deer, which is beneficial for the lifespan of the tree. The tree grows well in hardiness zones 4 through 7 and prefers a well-drained soil type with a pH between 5.5 and 6.5 (slightly acidic to neutral). Chinese Chestnut Tree Is A Fast Grower After planting, this tree will grow two to three feet annually. It takes about three to five years to produce fruit after planting, which is more than most trees take to flower and produce fruit. Because this tree is apt to produce fruit, it is essential to remember to cultivate an outdoor space that is amenable to pollinator life. The Appearance Of The Chinese Chestnut Tree The Chinese Chestnut tree is a medium-sized, low-canopy type; it provides shade for those hot afternoons. The tree's leaves are beautiful, dark green, and average about a half-foot length (five to eight inches). This deciduous tree provides a spot of shade and produces beautiful mellow and yellow-white flowers. After these showy flowers fall, they are replaced by hardened nuts of a lovely brown color. These low-lying trees are an excellent addition to your backyard or garden because they are low maintenance and gorgeous to view. The Chinese Chestnut Tree In Landscaping In particular, the large leaves provide a talking point because they are oblong and very shiny, giving the Chinese chestnut tree a different look than the traditional deciduous trees of the United States. In the fall, the leaves go from a rich green to a calm yellow and brown before shedding. In landscaping, the Chinese Chestnut tree can be a wonderful centerpiece of your outdoor space or can be used to fill in the outside of your space for a beautiful, lush perimeter.

Regular price From $30.99
Regular price Sale price From $30.99
Unit price  per 
Chinese Snowball Bush

Chinese Snowball Bush

The Chinese Snowball Bush, scientifically known as Viburnum macrocephalum, is a stunning deciduous shrub that belongs to the honeysuckle family, Caprifoliaceae. Native to China, this plant is renowned for its large, globe-shaped clusters of white, fragrant flowers and lush green foliage. It is a favored decorative plant in gardens and landscapes due to its captivating appearance and ease of care. Chinese Snowball Bush Has Gorgeous Flower Clusters  One of the standout features of the Chinese Snowball Bush is its remarkable flower clusters. In late spring to early summer, it produces enormous, spherical flower heads that can reach up to 8 inches (20 cm) in diameter. These blooms consist of tiny individual flowers, and as they open, they transition from pale green to pure white, creating a striking visual effect. The flowers are visually appealing and emit a sweet, pleasant fragrance that attracts pollinators like bees and butterflies. The Appearance Of The Chinese Snowball Bush The plant's foliage is equally attractive. The leaves are dark green and glossy and have a serrated edge, creating a lush backdrop for the beautiful white blooms. In the fall, the foliage may turn shades of purple, red, or burgundy, adding another layer of interest to the garden. The bushes typically reach a height of 8 to 12 feet with a similar stretch, making them ideal for use as a focal point in the garden or as a hedge. The Chinese snowball thrives in well-drained soil with good organic content and prefers full to partial sun exposure. In summary, the Chinese Snowball Bush is a captivating shrub valued for its enormous and fragrant white flower clusters, lush green foliage, and ease of cultivation. It adds a touch of grace and attractiveness to gardens, making it a popular choice for gardeners seeking a stunning focal point or an attractive hedge. Maintaining The Chinese Snowball Bush Maintenance is relatively straightforward. After flowering, prune to shape the plant and remove lifeless or broken branches. Adequate water is essential, especially during dry periods. A mulch layer near the plant's base helps retain moisture and suppress weeds.

Regular price $22.99
Regular price Sale price $22.99
Unit price  per 
Christmas Fern

Christmas Fern

Christmas Fern, also known as Polystichum acrostichoides, is a perennial from primarily eastern North America with leaves that stay green even through the holiday season. This plant’s popularity comes from its fountain-like fronds that spawn from its base. The Appearance Of The Christmas Fern The fronds of this evergreen Christmas Fern plant generally grow to 1 to 2 feet long, while the plant usually grows 2 to 3 feet tall. The fronds stay glossy and green all year, although longer when the plant is fertile. The fern is also among the first to emerge again in the spring. When the fronds emerge, they are initially upright. They later arch gently to the ground and become solid ground cover when fully mature. This also means their appearance will change slightly throughout the year, refreshing the look of a large garden.  Where To Plant Christmas Ferns The fern performs best in excellent, moist soil with lots of shade, as this plant originated from a rocky, vegetation-lush habitat. The USDA says it grows best in hardiness zones 3 through 9. This hardy fern plant is also resistant to damage from pests such as small animals and deer, making it an excellent choice for those in northern states with deer problems. It provides excellent ground cover and accents. They can be used as a border for a more extensive garden, to fill space in a large yard, or even as a potted houseplant.  Christmas Ferns Are Low-maintenance Christmas Ferns can also be placed in a planter. Be sure to mist them at least once a week to allow for moist but not excessively saturated soil. Indoors, these plants will do best near a window that provides daytime sunlight and afternoon shade to prevent overexposure to the sun or the risk of drying out the fern’s soil. Luckily, this fern isn’t hard to care for and does not need to be regularly pruned, making it an excellent choice for a gardener.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Cinnamon Fern

Cinnamon Fern

Cinnamon fern is one of the softest ferns because it is much smoother and fuzzier than most plants you will ever see. It would be best if you also were sure that you have figured out how to make the best planting choices when you pick this fern. The Texture Of The Cinnamon Fern If you have planted the fern properly, you will start to have a lot more fun with it. You can put it in many places where you need a little bit more texture. Many flowers and plants feel the same, but this fern feels completely different because of how it grows. Cinnamon Fern's Aroma The cinnamon fern has a unique aroma that you will not miss, and this fuzzy frond will keep it close to the ground. You probably are unaware of this fern because it only sometimes looks like a fern, but it will be exciting because it can look just right when you are planting near other flowers. Where To Plant The Cinnamon Fern You can start filling up the spaces in your flower beds, and you can put Cinnamon Fern in places where it will be evident in its texture. You can put it in a pot, and you will be able to keep it in your office if that is what you want. You will be pretty happy with how you plant in your home, and people will wonder what that smell is. They will want to touch this fern because it looks unique, and you will be pleased to learn that you can plant it where other flowers can surround it. The cinnamon fern takes no work to care for, and you will dazzle people when they see it.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Columbine Plant

Columbine Plant

Aquilegia canadensis, the columbine plant, is a herbaceous perennial plant of the family Ranunculaceae. It is commonly found along the Eastern side of the United States of America. It has a zoning scale that ranges from a 3 to an 8. Aquilegia Canadensis typically grows to a mature height of 2.00 feet to 3.00 feet with a spread of approximately 1.00 to 1.50 feet. Columbine Plant Has Stunning Blooms The columbine plant usually blooms in April through May, which would classify it as a spring bloomer. Aquilegia canadensis has a gorgeous drooping flower that has colors to match its spring bloom. It typically contains various shades of pink, yellow, and red, and each plant produces varying amounts of these colors. Maintaining The Columbine Plant When it comes to the sun, this plant requires part shade but, in some cases, can be full sun. It requires a medium water supply to survive, which is easy. The plant has a medium maintenance level with the varying necessary amount of sunlight and the moderate amount of water needed to stay alive. If you also enjoy the wildlife in your local area, the columbine plant is well known for attracting hummingbirds due to its high nectar content. The plant can tolerate droughts, dry soil, and a few animals, such as deer and rabbits. Overall, this plant is suitable for anyone who likes a challenge with their gardening and who enjoys seeing lighter colors in their landscape. Information Regarding The Columbine Plant Mature Plant Height: 2.00 to 3.00 feet Mature Plant Spread: 1.00 to 1.50 feet Blooming Season: April to May (Spring) Blooming Colors: Pink, red, and yellow Water Required: Medium levels required Sunlight Needed: Full to partial shade Zone level: 3 to 8 Tolerates: Drought, dry soil, some animals Experience Level: Medium level of experience

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Coral Red Dogwood

Coral Red Dogwood

The Coral Red Dogwood is native to North America and can primarily be found in the northern and western parts of the United States. Its growth extends to the west of parts of Mexico and can be seen as far east as Kentucky and Virginia, but these areas are far from their natural habitat. It is a perennial shrub with many landscaping uses. It is excellent for creating borders and a hedge privacy screen. It is sustainable in urban areas due to its tolerance to pollution. Also, it is often used to assist with erosion control. Coral Red Dogwood Bloom Season The shrubs bloom in late spring and early summer. During May through July, the foliage is green. It is a vascular plant with lignified tissues guiding water and minerals throughout the plant. The Coral Red Dogwood is a blooming plant that produces small white flowers during the summer. These flowers produce seeds for reproduction. In the winter, the stems of the plant turn red. The shrub is exciting and appealing to the eye year-round due to its seasonal transitions. The Coral Red Dogwood Growth The shrub can grow anywhere between 6 feet to 18 feet in height. The width can grow to be anywhere from 5 to 8 feet wide. It can get large and appear to look like a tree. The size is what makes it helpful in creating a privacy hedge. Preferences Of The Coral Red Dogwood The Coral Red Dogwood Shrub prefers moist and well-drained soil. However, it can grow along bodies of water such as rivers, ponds, and creeks and in wetland areas. Although it prefers moisture, it does not like long-term root saturation. It likes nitrogen-rich soil and tolerates changing water tables. The shrub grows best in an environment of direct sunlight or partial shade.

Regular price From $30.99
Regular price Sale price From $30.99
Unit price  per 
Corkscrew Willow

Corkscrew Willow

The Corkscrew Willow, which also goes by the scientific name salix matsudana, is a type of Willow Tree. Another nickname for this particular type is the "Curly " due to its unique curling branch shapes. It's often grown for the attractive colors that its leaves turn in the fall, the unique branching habit it exhibits, and the fact that it's a fast-growing tree. These trees are such fast growers, in fact, that you can expect to see 24 or more inches of growth each year until it reaches its maximum height of up to 30 feet, with a branch spread of 15 to 20 feet in width. Corkscrew Willow Is A Very Fast-Grower Like most fast-growing trees, the ideal place for it is in an open area with plenty of space for its expansive branches. It would be best placed away from driveways, the side of your home, and the street. This particular type of willow flourishes in soil that has a good moisture content, so a good water source nearby would be an ideal place for it to be placed. It can grow well in sunny or partly shady areas, and it's not too fussy about soil type, so it can grow just fine in loam, clay, or sand types of soil. They are hardy from the zones 4 to 8. The Corkscrew Willow There are a handful of reasons that homeowners and those planting trees in public spaces, such as parks or nature preserving areas, would find the Corkscrew Willow a nice choice. Whether it's for the beautiful and vibrant colors that the leaves turn in the fall or for its interesting curling branch shape, it's definitely a unique addition to any landscaping project, so long as it is given enough space to grow and since it's a fast-growing tree, it can be enjoyed in its full height within a shorter time than a slower growing willow type.

Regular price From $30.99
Regular price Sale price From $30.99
Unit price  per 
Crabapple Tree

Crabapple Tree

Crabapple trees, scientifically known as Malus, are a diverse and ornamental group of small—to medium-sized deciduous trees and shrubs belonging to the Rosaceae family. These trees are renowned for their charming springtime blossoms and colorful, petite fruit, which add beauty and interest to gardens and landscapes worldwide. The Appearance Of The Crabapple Tree The trees are appreciated for their stunning flowers, which typically bloom in late spring to early summer, depending on the variety. The blossoms range from white and pale pink to deep red and can create a breathtaking display, attracting pollinators like bees and butterflies. The Crabapple tree's vibrant and aromatic blooms are often focal points in residential gardens, parks, and public spaces. The Crabapple Tree Fruit One of the standout features of the trees is their small, apple-like fruit, which varies in size, color, and flavor depending on the specific cultivar. These fruits are visually appealing and serve as a food origin for nature, including birds and small mammals. Crabapple Tree Are Versatile The trees are hardy and adaptable, making them suitable for various climates and soil types. They require well-drained soil and prefer full sunlight for optimal growth and flowering. Some popular plant cultivars include 'Royal Raindrops' with deep purple foliage and bright pink flowers, 'Prairifire' known for its dark red blossoms and maroon leaves, and 'Sugar Tyme' with pink buds that open into white flowers. Beyond their aesthetic appeal, the trees have cultural significance in various parts of the world. In some cultures, they symbolize love and fertility; in others, they are associated with rebirth and renewal. In conclusion, the Crabapple Tree is cherished for its captivating blossoms and colorful fruit, making it a favorite choice for landscaping and ornamental purposes. Their adaptability and capability to thrive in various environments make them a beloved addition to gardens and green spaces worldwide.

Regular price From $30.99
Regular price Sale price From $30.99
Unit price  per 
Creeping Buttercup

Creeping Buttercup

Ranunculus Repens, or Creeping Buttercup Plant, is a beautiful herbaceous perennial that provides good ground cover and can be enjoyed year after year with very little maintenance. This low-maintenance flower is perfect for flower beds, lawns, and borders. For a seasonal flower patch, the plant is hearty enough to withstand regular mowing during the off-season when the flowers are dormant. The Creeping Buttercup Growth Each plant will expand to a height of approximately 18 inches. Gorgeous yellow flowers will crown the thin stems for up to four months. The leaves of the plant are a luscious green with three hairy lobes. The plants will bloom in late spring and continue through summer from May to August, making them the perfect complement to both early and late bloomers to ensure beautiful flowers all year. Creeping Buttercup Has A Stunning Appearance The Creeping Buttercup flowers are vivid yellow and are borne in small clusters. Each flower has five shiny overlapping petals and opens to a diameter of roughly 1 inch. They are very aromatic, which makes them a great addition to a bouquet and a terrific attractant to pollinators. Bees make for a healthy garden, which the plant will attract in droves! Keeping the plants healthy requires little effort. They prefer full to partial sun. Though they do best in moist, loamy soil, they have been known to take root in almost any soil condition. From loam to heavy clay, they are prolific colonizers. Each fast-growing plant will spread to a diameter of roughly 3 feet. Given proper care, they will propagate naturally to fill whatever space the gardener desires. A wide range of habitats will allow this plant to thrive, and it is doing well in USDA hardiness zones 3-8. The Creeping Buttercup Is A Pest Repellent Perhaps best of all, Creeping Buttercups have natural pest-repellent properties. They are avoided by mammalian herbivores, but critters (such as pets) that make the mistake of consuming the plant will only experience stomach discomfort and no lasting poisonous effects.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Creeping Phlox

Creeping Phlox

The Creeping Phlox is a perennial native to the eastern portion of the United States. Also known as Phlox Stolonifera, Moss Phlox, Mountain Phlox, Star Rock Phlox, and Phlox Subulata, this mat-forming plant can be found in a variety of vibrant colors, including variations of white, blue, red, and even purple. It blooms between April and September each year.  The Appearance Of Creeping Phlox A member of the Polemoniaceae botanical family, the Creeping Phlox is a semi-evergreen favorite of many landscaping professionals. This plant provides a uniquely colored ground cover that brings a sense of boldness to any area. It is comprised of creeping stems that can grow up to two feet long. Its needle-like foliage is dark green and commonly referred to as mossy.  The Bloom Of The Creeping Phlox This herbaceous perennial has a sweet cannabis aroma and is in full bloom during summer and fall. Each flower has five flat petals and reaches a maximum width of around one inch. Each flower sports rounded lobes with distinctive notches. Its flowers tend to grow in clusters. This plant offers a stunning sweep of bright colors that resemble a moss-like carpet. This is a very hardy and low-maintenance plant breed. It's salt, drought, and even deer-resistant. Creeping Phlox In Your Landscaping This attractive perennial is ideally suited for bordering fronts, draping rock walls, and providing erosion control for disturbed slopes. It isn't prone to severe disease or pest infestation problems. Each mat will reach a height of between four and six inches tall. When in full bloom, this plant will attract various butterflies and bees.With an average growth rate, Creeping Phlox can quickly add a field of vibrant color to any garden. Placing multiple color variations next to one another will provide a sea of varying colors for any landscape. This genuinely unique plant will grow out to drape over any surface and take root even between the cracks in a rock wall. It's very versatile and can tolerate all different types of growing conditions.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Creeping Phlox

Creeping Phlox

Phlox subulata, commonly known as creeping phlox or moss phlox, is a low-growing perennial plant native to North America. This beautiful and hardy ground cover is a favorite among gardeners for its stunning carpet-like display of colorful flowers and its ability to thrive in various garden settings. They Love Lime And Sunshine They typically reach only 4 to 6 inches (10 to 15 cm) and spread horizontally to form a dense mat of evergreen foliage. The leaves are small and needle-like and remain green throughout the year, providing an attractive ground cover even when the plant is not blooming. One of their most striking features is its profusion of star-shaped flowers that appear in spring. These flowers come in various vibrant colors, including pink, purple, blue, and white, creating a carpet of color that can be pretty breathtaking. The bloom can last several weeks, making it a standout in early spring gardens. Creeping Phlox Is A Very Versatile Plant Creeping Phlox is a versatile plant that thrives in various garden conditions. It likes full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. Once established, it is drought-tolerant, making it suitable for xeriscaping or rock gardens. This plant is also relatively low maintenance and requires minimal pruning or deadheading. Creeping Phlox Is Great For A Groundcover Gardeners often use them as ground cover to prevent soil erosion on slopes or to fill in gaps between rocks in rock gardens. Their low spreading habit makes them an excellent choice for edging along pathways or flower borders. In summary, Phlox subulata, or creeping phlox, is a charming and versatile perennial plant known for its vibrant springtime display of colorful flowers, evergreen foliage, and ability to thrive in various garden settings. Whether used as a ground cover, edging, or in rock gardens, this low-maintenance plant is a popular choice among garden enthusiasts for its beauty and adaptability.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Cushion Moss

Cushion Moss

Cushion moss has a cushion-like appearance that comes from growing thick and rounded, but the term “cushion” actually refers to woody plants that are low-growing, spreading like mats, and putting down deep tap roots. These plants are light green with a silvery-white overlay. Cushion Moss Lives For Hundreds Of Years It grows in subarctic, arctic, subalpine, and alpine environments worldwide. It evolved from many different plant families that also endured harsh growing environments. New plants on windy slopes in exposed Arctic tundra are not common. Many of the plants that exist there are several hundred years old, and they are several years old before they reproduce. It only grows when the climate is warm enough and the sun is available. Cushion Moss typically grows in areas with rocky or sandy soils. It drains water rapidly, making it a colonizer of bare habitats. It particularly likes to grow in windy, harsh alpine slopes, becoming denser and smaller with higher elevation. Cushion Moss Loves Water Obtaining water is challenging where these plants grow, so they grow an extensive root system, taproots that grow about two feet underground. Water from the alpine or subalpine regions comes from melted snow seeping through shallow soil. The roots grow deep so as to retain water and sustain the plants through dry periods. The density of the cushion above also deters the loss of water. The tightly packed foliage and stems trap heat from the sun and cause them to warm up by several degrees. The thick, matted hairs on them also trap and heat the air that is caught there. The Appearance Of Cushion Moss Cushion Moss sometimes has hundreds of small flowers, which attract pollinators during a short growing season and over long distances. Domestically, they are commonly used in terrariums and decorative gardens.

Regular price From $41.99
Regular price Sale price From $41.99
Unit price  per 
Daffodils

Daffodils

The Daffodil, scientifically known as Narcissus, is a popular spring-flowering perennial plant celebrated for its cheerful and vibrant blooms. It belongs to the Amaryllidaceae family and is native to Europe and North Africa, though it has been widely grown and naturalized in many parts of the world. They are cherished for their striking beauty and are common in gardens, parks, and floral arrangements. The Daffodil Is Long-Lived Daffodils are characterized by their distinctive trumpet-shaped flowers, which typically feature six petal-like tepals arranged in two layers. The central trumpet-like structure, known as the corona, surrounds a cluster of stamens and contrasts in color with the surrounding tepals. The most common color is bright yellow, but it can also be found in shades of white, cream, orange, and even pink. Daffodils Are Extremely Versatile One of their remarkable attributes is their ability to thrive in different conditions and soil types. They are typically rugged and simple to grow, making them an ideal option for beginner and professional gardeners. The bulbs are usually planted in the fall, allowing them to establish roots before producing stunning blooms in the spring. Daffodils are often used to create colorful borders, naturalize woodland areas, or add vibrant accents to flower beds. The Cultural Significance Of Daffodils Beyond their aesthetic appeal, they hold cultural and symbolic significance. In many cultures, daffodils symbolize renewal, hope, and the arrival of spring. They are also associated with the celebration of Easter in some regions. They are a true herald of spring, bringing joy and a sense of renewal with their bright and cheerful blossoms. Their ease of cultivation and versatility in landscaping have made them a beloved flower in gardens worldwide, and their timeless beauty continues to captivate people of all ages.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Daisy

Daisy

Daisy plants are classic flowering perineals that grow best in hardiness zones 4 to 9. They are best planted in early to mid-spring to allow the roots time to establish themselves. Daisy plants have narrow, serrated leaves and flower blooms in various colors, including whites, pinks, purples, and yellows. The Daisy Plants Are Very Hardy Daisy will begin blooming in the summer, and its cold tolerance allows it to continue into fall. As the flowers die off, trim them at the bloom's base to extend the growing season. These plants can grow from 10 inches to several feet tall and must be planted in an area protected from high winds, lest they get blown over—daisies like soil that's well-drained with a sandy consistency. Daisy Plants Do Not Like A Lot Of Water Soil that has too much water will cause fungal diseases and weaken the plant. They are drought tolerant once they start growing but must be watered regularly in their first few seasons. The plants require full sun for optimum growth, and while it will tolerate occasional partial shade, this could stunt the plant's growth. The flower head will wither in the fall, signaling an end to its blooming season. The Daisy can be pruned to about an inch or two above the soil line. They reproduce by their root system, and after about 2 to 3 years, they must be divided out to prevent overcrowding. It is best to divide the plant in early spring before the flowers bloom or in late fall after the blooming season. Planting The Daisy Plant Information Hardy Planting Zone - Grows best in zones 4 to 9 Bloom Season (if any) - Summer and fall Bloom Color - Whites, pinks, purples, and yellows Height at Maturity - From 10 inches to several feet tall Soil Type Preferred - Well-drained, sandy soil Sun or Shade - Full sun is required

Regular price $7.99
Regular price Sale price $7.99
Unit price  per 
Dewberry Plant

Dewberry Plant

Dewberry is a popular Fruiting Shrub that grows throughout North America and Northern Europe. It is part of the rose family, with over 250 subspecies. Dewberry is closely related to blackberry and raspberry, also part of the rose family. The Dewberry Plant Is A Hardy Plant Like other members of the Rose family, they are pretty hardy. They thrive in hardwood forests, fields, and meadows. A unique feature of the rose is its stems, which can sprout roots if they arch over and touch the ground. Most of its species are dioecious, meaning the plants are male or female. About The Dewberry Plant Fruit Like their cousins, Dewberry Plants produce delicious fruit that can be eaten raw, baked into pies, or turned into jam. They flower between June and September, and their berries emerge in late March or May. When ripe, the berries are dark purple to black. Although they are sometimes mistaken for blackberries, dewberries are sweeter and have fewer seeds than blackberries. They are a popular food among humans and many animal species, including birds, raccoons, mice, and opossums. Dewberry Plants Appearance The leaves are lobed or compound in shape and have five petals. The shrub's flowers are usually large and white. The petals are long and round and sometimes pointed at the end. The plant's stems are biennial, and they are either arch-shaped or branched. They're often blue and can have a gray-toned waxy bloom. Although all varieties of it produce berries, some species produce sweeter berries than others. Because of their hardy nature and berries, shrubs are often grown commercially. The dewberry is durability and delicious berries also make dewberries popular for cross-breeding. The most common combinations are dewberries with Raspberries or Blackberry Shrubs. Hybrid raspberry shrubs produce less sweet berries than raspberries but slightly sweeter than dewberries. 

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Dianthus Sweet William

Dianthus Sweet William

Dianthus Sweet William is a popular ornamental plant native to southern Europe and some regions of Asia. It’s an herbaceous biennial that can grow up to 3 feet tall, but in some areas, it may be a short-lived perennial instead. The Stunning Flowers Of Dianthus Sweet William Prized for its beautiful flowers, it produces a dense cluster of blooms at the top of its stems—up to 30 in one cluster. The flowers are small, only about 2-3 cm in diameter, and consist of five petals with serrated edges. In the wild, the flowers are a gorgeous combination of red and white. Cultivars can be white, pink, red, purple, or variegated. The flowers have a spicy scent similar to that of cloves. Exactly how the Dianthus Sweet William plant acquired the common name is unknown. Legend has it that the flower was named to honor Prince William, Duke of Cumberland, after his victory at the Battle of Culloden in the 18th century. But, of course, this can’t be verified. It’s also rumored to be named after William the Conqueror or Saint William of York.  Adding The Dianthus Sweet William To Any Landscape  No matter where it got its name, the tulip is a beloved flower among the United States and U.K. gardeners. It makes a beautiful addition to a butterfly, pollinator, or landscape area where you want to attract butterflies, bees, and birds. The cut flowers make beautiful bouquets and are often used in bridal bouquets.  Caring For The Dianthus Sweet William Dianthus Sweet William prefers to be planted in full sun to partial shade in an area with slightly alkaline, loamy, and well-drained soil. Seeds can be directly planted in the garden or indoors for later transplanting. Deadheading will encourage more flowers. This plant doesn’t need a lot of care. Keep it watered, mulched, and fertilized, and it will thrive in almost any garden.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Dutchman Breeches

Dutchman Breeches

Dutchman’s Breeches, also known as Dicentra cucullate, is a perennial wildflower native to the Eastern portion of the United States. It can also be found in the wooded areas of the Pacific Northwest, though more rarely. It blooms from March to April and goes dormant by mid-summer. The delicate-looking flowers on this plant range in color from white to a very light pink and are light yellow at the tip. Dutchman's Breeches Flower The flowers resemble a pair of pants hanging upside down, with the ankle on top. The small flowers, about ¾ in., appear in rows of leafless stems that protrude through the foliage. The leaves on them are roughly 4 inches long and resemble those on a fern, are deeply cut, and are greyish-green. These plants are smaller, just one foot tall and one foot wide. They thrive best with an average amount of moisture in well-drained and humus soil and, in part, fully shaded areas. Pollinators Love The Dutchman's Breeches Typically, Dutchman's Breeches are pollinated by bumblebees, which can tap the nectar with their long proboscis. Honeybees can also pollinate them, but not as easily, as they can only collect the pollen with their front feet. Information Regarding The Dutchman's Breeches Dutchman’s Breeches are best left in nature. However, they aren't typically used as a border if they are found in a garden because they go dormant by summer. If these plants are used in a garden, they should be planted in October or early spring. It should be noted that they grow from underground tubers; therefore, if they are planted in the right conditions, they spread rapidly. They can be tamed by digging up, removing, or replanting the tubers.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Dwarf Crested Iris

Dwarf Crested Iris

The Dwarf Crested Iris is always the star performer in your rock garden, classic beds, or front borders. Additionally, it's a beauty that demands attention wherever it blooms and consistently exceeds your expectations. Excellent is the description for this rare goddess of flowers. Dwarf Crested Iris Has Stunning Color Flowers If a future flower display that grows more beautiful over time is your goal, this six-inch-high perennial will make all your dreams come true. Shades of blue-violet or white two-inch-wide flowers bloom in orchidlike sprays of profusion on the plant. The falls exhibit fuzzy, yellow crests similar to the tall bearded type. Furthermore, the dense foliage gracefully frames the blossoms in narrow jade-green leaves. The Dwarf Crested Iris Loves Rock Gardens The early spring months of March, April, and May release an explosion of plant pastels that can be used to paint any landscape. Rocky slopes and shade-dappled woodlands, bluffs, road banks, and various habitats in zones 5 to 7 are welcome spots for the plant. Acidic, loose, loamy soil provides the foundation for a proliferation of flowers. Add rich compost into the amended, well-drained ground to promote an excellent head start. Like the planting instructions for the tall bearded iris, this one also requires partial exposure of the rhizome to light. Covering all of this root delays bloom time until this part performs a miracle of nature and works the rhizome up and into the light. Extra care in the first planting stages of the Dwarf Crested Iris helps to ensure a mass of bloom. Dwarf Crested Iris In Landscaping A vigorous, deer-resistant, low-grower, it provides a tightly woven root system that locks soil in place to combat erosion. Moreover, the blossom fragrance is sweet enough to use in aromatherapy calming lotions and essential oils to enhance a relaxed, healing atmosphere anywhere and anytime. Enjoy a show of iridescent hummingbirds and golden butterflies nestling among the blossoms, sipping the natural nectar. Deciding to include Dwarf Crested Iris for native birds further activates your landscape and brings it to life with changing colors and movement.

Regular price $7.99
Regular price Sale price $7.99
Unit price  per 
Early Elberta Peach Tree

Early Elberta Peach Tree

The Early Elberta Peach tree is a relatively new plant famous for its sweet peach fruit and beautiful light pink flowers. The peaches are usually harvested in mid-season. The tree is resistant to leaf curl, a fungal disease, and bacterial leaf spot caused by pathogens and bacteria. This tree needs chill hours ranging from 800 to 900. Even though these trees grow up to 25 feet, they are usually pruned to 15 feet. The Early Elberta Peach Tree Has Stunning Blooms The tree is believed to have originated in the United States. It requires full sun and regular watering. It grows moderately, and the flowers bloom in late Spring to avoid issues like frost. The Early Elberta Peach Tree is not only edible but bird-friendly as well. It has excellent tolerance during cold weather and is drought-resistant. The U.S.D.A. Plant Hardiness Zone puts the Red Haven Peach Tree in Zones 5 to 9. The Early Elberta Peach Tree Is Fairly Hardy A good tree must be supplied with a balanced fertilizer to grow. Acidic, sandy, and loamy soil is the soil in which it grows best. The pH level of the soil should be between 4.5 and 7.5. It must be watered weekly during the first year. The tree must be smooth but consistently moist. The Early Elberta Peach Tree can start being thinned after the fruit has grown 1 inch, and the fruit has also begun to fall from the tree. The fruit is ready when it turns yellow, usually at the start of July. It can take up to 2 to 4 years for it to start producing fruit. With proper care, these trees can live 40 years or more. Information On The Early Elberta Peach Tree Botanical Latin Name: Prunes persica Sun Exposure: Full Sun Hardiness Zones: 5 to 9 Mature Height: 15 to 30 feet Spread: 15 to 30 feet Spacing: far apart, needs room to grow Growth Rate: average rate Flowering Time: mid-spring How Long It Flowers: mid-spring until frost Flower Color: pink flowers, pink-orange fruit Soil Requirements: sandy loam to clay, pH range 5-7 Pruning: high maintenance. It needs to be pruned, thinned, sheared, and rejuvenated. The flowers on this tree are small and pink. The leaves on the tree are green and medium in size. The flowers are fragrant and give off a pleasant aroma. There are also deciduous. This tree produces peaches, which people commonly eat. The peaches range in color from yellow to red. For the peaches to grow, the tree must be well maintained. The old branches need to be removed so that new ones can grow. This tree also requires a lot of sunlight and water. This tree grows well in humid conditions.

Regular price $39.99
Regular price Sale price $39.99
Unit price  per 
Eastern Cedar Tree

Eastern Cedar Tree

The Eastern Cedar Tree is a valuable tree found in many places worldwide. Its wood is used for furniture, shotguns, and other instruments. The tree is also well-known for producing oil and other natural resources. In addition to these benefits, it is an excellent tree for landscaping. It has smooth, white bark and lovely reddish-green leaves.  How to Plant The Eastern Cedar Tree Prepare the soil first to plant the Eastern Cedar Tree in your yard. The soil should be loose and moist. Dig a hole for your tree about four or five inches deep and wide enough for the tree's root ball. Place a large stone in the center of the hole to help support the roots of your tree while they adjust to their new home in your yard. Fill in around the tree with soil and tamp it down gently so that it is firm and level around the base of your tree. Additionally, water the soil deeply and frequently to ensure it is always moist.  Caring For The Eastern Cedar Tree Trees need care to thrive. They need plenty of water, but you should avoid overwatering them. They also need to be fertilized regularly, but it's best to use a balanced fertilizer quickly applied. If your tree is getting too much sunlight, consider moving it to a shadier area of your yard during summer.  The Uses Of The Eastern Cedar Tree It is a beautiful tree that is used as an ornament. It is also a beneficial tree. In addition to the oil it yields, it is used for furniture, guns, and other instruments. The wood of this tree can be used for many things and is very useful in manufacturing products such as pianos and guitars. Eastern Cedar Trees are very useful worldwide. Their wood is used for many things and is useful in manufacturing products such as pianos and guitars. It is a beautiful tree that you can use to beautify your yard.

Regular price From $30.99
Regular price Sale price From $30.99
Unit price  per 
Elderberry Live Stakes - Package of 100

Elderberry Live Stakes - Package of 100

Elderberry Live Stakes originates from Central Europe and Northern America and is commonly found in empty fields, lining forests, or along roadsides. People choose to grow it mainly due to the many health benefits that elderberries can provide. So by all means, use the plant for any landscaping projects you may have, but rest assured, you will find many other benefits that the berries will provide as well. Utilizing Elderberry Live Stakes The Elderberry Live Stakes will start to bloom around the middle of summer, and the first thing you'll see is the small white flowers. They are edible, and it is from these that you will get the actual elderberries. Elderberries can be collected and turned into a large variety of different items. When deciding which type to grow, there are a few things to consider with the other types. Choosing Your Elderberry Live Stakes The choice is entirely up to you regarding which one you want in your garden or yard, but the benefits will remain the same despite what you choose. Due to the amount of vitamins and various anti-oxidants in elderberries, they have been increasingly popular when battling cancer. So plant them in the sun or shade, and watch them thrive. Come summertime, enjoy harvesting your elderberries, and invest in your health with live stakes. Caring For The Elderberry Live Stakes It's not difficult to care for the Elderberry Live Stakes when they get unruly. You can prune them back without causing any damage. They look great in a backyard and can add some needed color to your landscape. You'll need to plan for them to have a lot of room so they can grow, spread, and thrive.

Regular price From $241.99
Regular price Sale price From $241.99
Unit price  per 
Elderberry Shrub

Elderberry Shrub

Elderberry shrubs, scientifically known as sambucus, are a group of flowering plants belonging to the Adoxaceae family. These versatile and attractive shrubs are renowned for their culinary, medicinal, and ornamental uses. Elderberry Shrubs Attract Many Birds Botanical Characteristics: The shrubs are deciduous and typically reach heights between 5 to 12 feet. They are known for their distinctive pinnately compound leaves and creamy white to pale yellow blossoms that bloom in late summer. These flowers give way to small, dark purple to black berries, which are the most prized part of the shrub. Benefits Of The Elderberry Shrub Ornamental Value: Besides practical uses, the shrubs are prized for their cosmetic appeal. The clusters of fragrant flowers and dark berries provide visual interest in the garden. The shrub's foliage changes color throughout the seasons, transitioning from green in spring and summer to shades of yellow and red in the fall. This makes it a valuable addition to landscaping projects. Growing and Care: The Elderberry shrubs are hardy and adaptable, thriving in various soil types and climates. They prefer full sun to partial shade. Properly pruned shrubs can yield a bountiful harvest of berries. In conclusion, elderberry shrubs are multifaceted plants with many uses. Their berries and flowers have made their mark in gardens worldwide, making them a beloved addition to many landscapes and households.

Regular price From $30.99
Regular price Sale price From $30.99
Unit price  per 
Elm Tree

Elm Tree

The tree, Ulmus Americana, is Indigenous to the North American region, more commonly known as the American elm. The elm tree is currently the official state tree of Massachusetts and has remained the state tree of North Dakota since 1947. These trees have a life expectancy of one-hundred-fifty years and rapidly grow when young, reaching heights up to eighty to one hundred feet and spanning from sixty to one-hundred-twenty feet in overall width. The Appearance Of The Elm Tree Because of its vase-shaped form and arching widespread branch structure, the tree would likely flourish best in a spacious environment to compensate for its maturation process. Like most deciduous trees, the tree sheds its yellowish-brown leaves in autumn, preparing for dormancy as winter soon approaches, but on the more sweltering days of summer, this tree is able to cast an immense amount of shade. The Elm Tree Has Unique Bark The wood from the elm tree is lightly colored and durable with interlocked grain; it is used for wooden crates and furniture parts, amongst various other items. The grayish-brown external bark displays a ridged surface—the oblong, oval-shaped leaves on an American elm perpetually alternate in their assortment. The dense leaves possess a sharp point with double-toothed margins and radiate with a bold green color. Qualities Of The Elm Tree   Another desirable quality is its ability to thrive in many soil types, moisture levels, and weather conditions. The preferred soil is a slightly moist, rich loam containing clay and sand, but it can also thrive moderately in poorly drained soils. It has been known to withstand temperatures as low as forty-four degrees below zero in the winter. Currently, there are hybrid elm trees in development being spliced with its foreign variants to prevent the potential of any adverse effects the presence of this awe-inspiring tree could have residentially.

Regular price From $30.99
Regular price Sale price From $30.99
Unit price  per 
English Ivy

English Ivy

English Ivy is a versatile and iconic plant known for its lush, trailing vines and distinctive lobed leaves. Native to Europe, this evergreen climber has become a popular ornamental plant worldwide due to its aesthetic appeal and adaptability. Knowledge About The English Ivy Appearance: It is characterized by its glossy, dark green leaves with a distinctive shape, often featuring three to five lobes. These leaves can vary in size and shape, and they cling to surfaces using aerial rootlets, allowing the plant to climb and cover walls, fences, and other structures. In the fall, the leaves can develop a reddish or purplish hue. Growth Habit: English Ivy exhibits a hearty growth habit, making it an excellent ground cover or a climbing vine. Given the right conditions, it can spread and cover large areas horizontally and vertically. Its growth rate can be both an advantage. Cultural Significance: It has historically held various symbolic and cultural meanings. In ancient Greece, it was associated with Dionysus, the god of wine and revelry, and was used to make wreaths worn by Bacchus's followers. Recently, it has been a symbol of academia and is often used as a decoration in academic settings, such as university campuses. Environmental Benefits Of English Ivy It provides several environmental benefits, including air purification by removing pollutants and carbon dioxide. Its dense growth also offers shelter and food for wildlife, such as birds and insects. English Ivy Preferences  Cultivation: It is relatively easy to grow and can thrive in various light conditions, from full sun to full shade. It prefers well-drained soil and benefits from pruning to maintain its shape. In summary, English ivy is a visually striking plant with a rich history and numerous practical uses. Its ability to adapt to different environments and its aesthetic appeal has solidified its place in gardens and cultural traditions, making it a beloved and enduring plant species.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
European Ginger

European Ginger

European Ginger, from the Asarum species, belongs to the Birthwort family. It’s common in deciduous and coniferous forests in North America and Europe. Most species are evergreens, but a few are deciduous. Ginger should be planted in shady areas or shade gardens and thrives in moist, rich, well-drained soil. European Ginger's Bloom Season and Color Depending on your variety of Wild Ginter, flowers bloom in early spring to summer. However, some species stop producing flowers as early as May—variations of flower color range from deep maroon brown to fleshy white trumpets. The flowers are almost invisible because they grow underneath dense leaves. European Ginger Height at Maturity Most species of it will reach about 6 inches in size and grow in a cluster 6 to 12 inches wide. The European Ginger likes to form a symbiotic relationship with fungi. Needs For The European Ginger It will need a rich, moist, loamy soil. It must maintain a temperature of 65 to 70 degrees until it germinates in 2 to 4 weeks. When the seedlings get large enough, they can be moved into pots for their first year before planting in soil. It needs to grow in partial or complete shade. Mature plants should be planted in the garden in late winter, a month before the last killing frost. Seeds can be started indoors before spring but must be placed in the freezer for three weeks before planting in flats or pots. European Ginger needs to be watered regularly and can be planted in shade gardens or among trees in foresty areas. Most species have heart-shaped leaves and hairy stems. Ginger grows in dense, dull-green mats six to eight inches in height.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Evening Primrose

Evening Primrose

Evening Primroses are very showy flowers with unique blooming habits. While yellow is the most common variety, they also come in tones of pink and white. Also known as Oenothera Biennis, Fever Plant, or Suncups, this heat-loving plant is drought-resistant and low-maintenance. Evening Primrose Blooms In The Evening Reaching over two feet tall with a two-foot spread at maturity, this flower derives its name from its unusual blooming habits. This biennial plant opens its flowers around sunset and closes them around noon the next day. A member of the Onagraceae family, this plant's roots penetrate deep into the soil. The Evening Primrose Growth Native to North America, Evening Primrose has a rosette leaf style at its base. Tall, hairy stems will shoot up and play host to lance-shaped leaves. These stalks will take on a purple hue as they grow. At the stem's apex, you'll find four-petaled cone-shaped flowers that love to bloom in clusters between May and September. Even better, they each emit a gentle, lemony aroma that is pleasant for any home gardener. This fast-growing herbaceous plant makes it the perfect addition to any open landscape area you want to fill. The plant's ability to grow in poor soils makes it ideal for hard-to-grow spots in any garden. This hardy plant is self-seeding and isn't prone to severe diseases or pest infestations. It's deer-resistant and will attract bees, butterflies, and various birds. The Appearance Of The Evening Primrose In late July, the Evening Primrose will transition from flowers to fruit pods. These pods will be filled with close to 1,000 seeds that will be spread around via the wind to repropagate the plant. They are typically about one and a quarter of an inch in size and appear much thicker at their base than at their tip.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Fan Clubmoss

Fan Clubmoss

The aesthetically pleasing fan clubmoss is an excellent addition to any lawn or garden. It is the perfect ground cover and environmentally friendly because it absorbs toxins. The hardy planting zone from 4 to 9 provides the best growth potential. The Evergreen Appearance Of Fan Clubmoss Also known by its scientific name, Diphasiastrum digitatum, it is part of the Lycopodiaceae family. This thick moss boasts a rich green appearance. It grows well in almost any environment and only needs minimal sunlight. Sprouting usually occurs between July and October. This moss can be traced back over 410 million years and is known as one of the first identified vascular plants. It is found in eastern North America and Canada, then as far south as Florida. Fan Clubmoss Uses According to Native Americans and early European settlers, it was used for various purposes. People who use parts of it should know that the spores are also highly flammable due to the oil content. Spores should be handled with great care. The Growth Of Fan Clubmoss  It shoots straight up with horizontal stems ranging from 3-8 inches. The fan-shaped moss releases spores as opposed to seeds. Because it has no flowers, pollination is not required. Maintenance is pretty straightforward. This moss needs very little to survive and thrive. It is also tolerant to drought, heat, and cold. It is excellent for preventing the spread of grass and other invasive weeds. So it can mix with other plants with no problem. This type of moss only needs to be planted once. Even in the worst conditions, they manage to grow back every year. They also keep your other plants in the garden safe and healthy by removing toxins in the soil. Another great use of Fan Clubmoss is preventing soil erosion. Specifically, the moss has worked wonders in mining areas to extract toxins and pollutants from the soil. The plant can also absorb about ten times its weight, making it ideal for flood zones. Fan Clubmoss is not cultivation-friendly. Attempts to transplant it from one area to another have proven highly unsuccessful. This is likely due to the slow spore growth, which can take up to 20 years.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Fern Moss  - 5 Square Feet

Fern Moss - 5 Square Feet

Fern moss has an appealing texture and looks like a miniature version of a fern. However, some of it grows to be quite large. The plant grows in several countries and thrives best in rocky areas with shade and damp woodlands and grasslands. It is a pleurocarpous moss, so it will form a thick layer if it's part of a terrarium. It is a great place to start if you're a beginner gardener. Fern Moss Is Easy To Grow It grows slowly and covers anything it comes in contact with. The moss is very thick and has stalks resembling small fern fronds. If you're looking for an evergreen cover for the ground to make your patio, driveway, or walkway more appealing, it is an appealing choice. The plant is low-maintenance and makes an attractive complement to the other plants in your garden. The Growth Of Fern Moss It grows to medium height and needs indirect light. The plant grows best at 60 to 80 degrees F and needs high humidity to thrive. While fern moss thrives best in hardiness zones 1-9 and often grows in Europe, Asia, North America, and South America, the plant flourishes in parts of Illinois and is seen on tree trunks, stones, and dead tree pieces. The moss must get lots of water to grow properly. The blooming season is year-round, growing up to 6 feet wide when mature. Fern Moss Loves To Grow On Rocks Fern moss needs acid soil. This is why the plant proliferates on rocks and other acidic surfaces. The ideal pH level for growth is between 5.0 and 6.0. This form of moss does very well in several vivarium types. Grow the moss on terrains that are raised from consistent water sources, such as paludariums, which are enclosures that are half terrain-based and half aquatic enclosures.

Regular price $41.99
Regular price Sale price $41.99
Unit price  per 
Fiddlehead Fern

Fiddlehead Fern

The fiddlehead ferns have furled fronds. Those of a young one, to be exact. A frond is a large divided leaf, and some botanists restrict the term's use to their group of plants. They are green in color. They are harvested for primary use as a vegetables. Before opening and reaching their full height early in the season, they are harvested by cutting them reasonably close to the ground. Fiddlehead Fern Bloom Time They bloom in the spring, where they can then be foraged or commercially harvested, thus making them seasonally available. The recommendation is to take only half of the tops per cluster or plant when picking the plants. This makes for a sustainable harvest. The season for picking, however, is short. It is about two weeks in a given area. There are three good identifying characteristics. The stem is smooth and green. They have a deep groove on the inside of the stem, shaped much like the letter 'U.' Lastly, they will have a brown, paper-like covering when emerging from the crown. Planting Fiddlehead Fern When planting Fiddlehead Fern, average to fertile soil is critical. All the better if the soil is humus-rich and in the range of neutral to acidic. They prefer light or partial shade but can handle full shade or sun if the dirt is damp enough. They must have moisture. Scorching of the leaves may occur if the soil needs to be moist enough. In the wild, they are found growing by rivers and streams. That gives way to the idea of having an exceptionally moist woodland-style garden. They thrive there if you have a garden bed near a downspout for your gutter. The Fronds Of Fiddlehead Fern The Fiddlehead Ferns form a circular cluster of feathery, slightly arching fronds. They are stiff, brown, fertile fronds covered in reproductive spores. They stick up the cluster's center in late summer and persist well through the winter. One final note: let your plants establish for a few years before harvesting.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Fleabane Daisy

Fleabane Daisy

Fleabane Daisy is a member of the aster family and has an erect, hairy stem that bears flowerheads full of white or pale pink ray flowers near the top of the plant. These flowers surround a yellow disk near and are held up by green sepals. The fragrance is mild but noticeable. In this, the plant is much like its cousin, the oxeye daisy, though the rays, which can number 50 to 120, are short compared to the diameter of the disk. It may also be mistaken for an aster, but it blooms earlier in the season. The toothed, slender, lance-shaped, hairy leaves are up to 5 inches long, and the plant increases from 1 to 5 feet tall. It gets its name from the belief that the dried flowers would chase the fleas out of a house. Benefits Of Fleabane Daisy Some botanists believe that the plant is an annual or biannual, which means it only lives for one or two seasons. Others believe it is a perennial. Even if the plant is an annual, it self-seeds so abundantly that many gardeners treat it like a perennial. When To Plant Fleabane Daisy It is best for hardiness zones 3 to 8 and flowers from June to October, though there may be a pause in blooming during the hottest part of the summer. The flowers lead to achenes, which have tufts that allow the wind to blow them away. Caring For Fleabane Daisy Fleabane daisy prefers well-drained loam and full sun, though it can do well in partial sun and is not particular about the kind of soil as long as it drains well. Some gardeners find that it flourishes in gravelly, clayey, alkaline soil. Seedlings should be thinned to about 18 inches apart, and the plants can be divided in spring. It is a beautiful plant for a meadow garden and attracts a host of pollinators.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Foam Flower

Foam Flower

The Foam Flower, known by its scientific name, Tiarella cordifolia, is a wildflower known for forming tall clumps with heart-shaped lobed leaves. The species grows wild in various places, such as North America, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, Georgia, Maine, Tennessee, Ohio, Minnesota, and Kentucky. Where To Plant Foam Flower It thrives in white cedar forests, hemlock, stream banks, and deciduous woodlands. It can commonly be seen growing wild near creeks and streams. In spring, its foliage features starry white and pink-toned florets covering the ground. It’s perfect for shade gardens and woodlands with moist and well-drained soil.  Foam Flower Is An Semi Evergreen The semi-evergreen and glossy leaves have long petioles that extend directly from the runners. The florets have long stamens that create a feathery or foamy appearance. The small lopsided capsule separates into two segments and contains a black shiny seed. The plant grows with an equal spread and measures 1’ tall, forming small colonies of dense clumps.  Foam Flower Is Perfect For A Ground Cover They provide good ground cover - ideal for shade and wildlife gardens. They attract butterflies and are often used as nectar plants or as part of a mass or group planting. Foam Flower looks beautiful in rock gardens, cottage gardens, and perennial borders. They also make an excellent addition to any landscaping design. Foam flowers are easy to care for and look fabulous when planted alone or with other plants. They add color, brightness, texture, and fullness to any garden, yard, or landscape. Hardy Planting Zone – USDA 4 through 9 Bloom Season – Spring and fall Bloom Color – White or pink Height at Maturity – 6” to 12” inches Soil Type Preferred – Average soil, fertile soil, moisture retentive Sun or Shade – Part sun, shade

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Forsythia Shrub

Forsythia Shrub

Forsythia shrubs offer an increasing embodiment of aesthetics and a natural look in compounds, and flowers are increasingly becoming common. However, the difference lies with the quality of the flowers. Among the quality flowers that you should consider planting are shrubs. These non-native flowers bloom in the garden with yellow petals in the early springs. Forsythia Shrub's Mature Height These deciduous shrub flowers thrive in well-balanced soils and reach a maximum height of 10 feet. In the most impoverished soil conditions, the flowers slightly surpass the rate of 2 feet in height. The flower can attain a varied range of width. The width spans from 2 feet when the flower is still young and grows to 12 feet in width when it is mature. Forsythia Shrub Is Adaptable To Many Different Climates  Forsythia Shrubs are gaining popularity owing to their adaptability to various climates. They quickly adapt to a hard zone with a 3b to 8 rating. As a result, the flowers survive sunny environments. These plants are commonly grown in all soil types, such as clay, sandy, and loam. However, the quality and intensity of the petals can be increased by planting them in well-drained and moist soil. Before planting the flowers, soil testing should determine the pH. They perform best in soils that range from a pH of 5.0 to 8.0. Benefits Of Planting Forsythia Shrub The natural and beneficial effects of Forsythia Shrubs on the compound have made it most people's favorite and are common around homes and resorts. They offer screening functionality in the landscape setting. As the flower matures, it produces non-ornamental seeds whose capsules change from green coloring to brown on maturity. The bulb produces yellow flowers around April or early May before the leaf falls out. The flowers perform significantly in the early months of spring. This forms the season of interest for the flowers, but some varieties exhibit a yellow fall of the leaf color.

Regular price From $30.99
Regular price Sale price From $30.99
Unit price  per 
Fruiting Apple Trees

Fruiting Apple Trees

Fruiting apple trees, scientifically known as Malus domestica, are among the most popular and widely cultivated fruit trees worldwide. These deciduous trees are renowned for their delicious and versatile fruits, which come in various flavors, colors, and textures. Here, we'll explore some key aspects of fruiting apple trees. Fruiting Apple Trees Are Very Hardy The trees boast various cultivars, each with unique characteristics. Some popular apple varieties include Granny Smith, Fuji, Gala, Red Delicious, and Honeycrisp. These cultivars differ in taste, appearance, and preferred growing conditions. They typically range from 10 to 30 feet in height, with a spreading canopy. They are known for their attractive blossoms in the spring, which vary from white to pink, depending on the variety. Pollination: Most trees are not self-pollinating, meaning they require cross-pollination from another apple tree of a compatible variety to produce fruit. This is an important consideration when planting an orchard, as proper pollinators must be selected. Pruning Fruiting Apple Trees The trees thrive in well-drained soil with adequate sunlight. They are grown in temperate climates and require a chilling period during the winter to set fruit properly. Pruning is essential for shaping the tree, promoting airflow, and increasing fruit production. Harvesting Fruiting Apple Trees They typically produce fruit from late summer to autumn. Harvesting should be done when the fruit reaches its desired ripeness, as it does not continue to ripen after being picked. The fruit is usually hand-picked, being careful not to damage the delicate fruit. Fruiting apple trees is a source of delicious and nutritious fruit and a beautiful addition to gardens and orchards. Their cultivation requires care and attention, but the rewards of enjoying homegrown fruit are well worth the effort. Whether you're a backyard gardener or a commercial orchardist, the trees offer a fruitful and satisfying experience.

Regular price $39.99
Regular price Sale price $39.99
Unit price  per 
Fruiting Apricot Tree

Fruiting Apricot Tree

The Fruiting Apricot Tree is a lovely complement to any garden. They offer a beautiful and unique ornamental in the form of their bloom in the early spring, and fruit comes in late summer. These trees begin fruiting within two years after planting and require minimal care to grow and thrive. Fruiting these trees requires little pruning, and they should keep the same shape they were planted with so the gardener doesn't have to worry about or invest time re-shaping their tree's form. Furthermore, these fruiting varieties can tolerate even poor-quality soil without trouble, removing pressure to ensure ideal growing conditions. The Blossoms Of Fruiting Apricot Tree The blossoms adorning the branches are particularly alluring. They are beautiful pink or white flowers that can complement any landscape. Beyond their stunning visual appeal, these trees are also known for their fruit. The Fruiting Apricot Tree Branches are Lower Down This is especially valuable if you need tall ladders or stable equipment. Branches at a lower tree level protect them from strong winds or other unfavorable weather conditions. Additionally, these fruits are generally smaller than prunes and other stone fruits, which makes them easy to grab with your hands from branches closer to the ground. Fruiting Apricot Tree Is Hardy This can significantly reduce the hassle and stress of worrying about disease taking over your Fruiting Apricot Tree and allow you to take advantage of the natural disease-resistant qualities of fruiting these trees. The hardiness of these trees makes them less vulnerable to disease, meaning they will still be able to thrive even if the environment around them becomes hostile or has other disease problems. The Fruiting Apricot Tree is worth considering for those looking for an easy-growing tree boasting plenty of fruit.

Regular price $39.99
Regular price Sale price $39.99
Unit price  per 
Fruiting Peach Trees

Fruiting Peach Trees

With some planning, growing Fruiting Peach Trees is one of the most fruitful returns on your garden. Depending on the variety, fresh fruits are available within a few short years of planting. Within the average lifespan of twelve years, your tree will yield fresh organic fruit for a fraction of supermarket prices, averaging about 66 pounds of fruit per yield. In addition, you save yourself the trip to the store, which also adds to the environment. Fruiting Peach Trees Is Great For The Environment Planting Fruiting Peach Trees means that you are in command of the treatments and have the option to guard the fruit of your tree in the most ways available. This means fewer chemicals are in the environment and on your fruit. On a more significant and more far-reaching scale, growing locally reduces shipping and carbon dioxide emissions. A single acre of trees will provide enough oxygen for 18 people. Landscaping With Fruiting Peach Trees By planting your trees, fruiting or otherwise, you are increasing oxygen. If you place your trees strategically, they can serve as protection for shade-seeking trees. Most of these trees are self-pollinating and, with the lovely blooms that precede harvest, are an attractive addition to any landscaping platform. Fruiting Peach Tree Is Very Popular For those considering a variety of Fruiting Peach Trees, it is essential to consult your almanac or nursery to determine the best varieties available for your planting conditions. Once you have determined what type of trees will survive on your property, you are closer to establishing a long-term source of fresh fruit for your whole family.

Regular price $39.99
Regular price $0.00 Sale price $39.99
Unit price  per 
Fruiting Pear

Fruiting Pear

Fruiting Pear is a species of fruit-bearing tree in the Rosaceae family. It is one of the temperate regions' most widely cultivated and beloved fruit trees worldwide. This species is celebrated for its succulent and sweet-tasting fruits, which are commonly referred to as pears. Fruiting Pear's Appearance The deciduous tree typically reaches 10 to 20 meters when mature. It has a pyramidal or oval-shaped canopy with shiny green leaves that change shades of red and yellow in the autumn, creating a beautiful display of fall foliage. The tree blooms in early spring with clusters of white or pinkish flowers attractive to pollinators like bees. Butterflies Love Fruiting Pear  The fruit it produces is typically pear-shaped, although there is significant variation in size, shape, and color among different cultivars. Common pear varieties include Bartlett, Anjou, Bosc, and Comice, each with unique flavor and texture. European pears are known for their smooth, juicy flesh and distinctive sweet taste, varying from mildly sweet to very sweet. Fruiting Pear Requirements Cultivating Fruiting Pears requires a temperate climate with cold winters for proper fruit development. Pear trees are typically grown in orchards, where they can thrive under controlled conditions. They need well-drained soil, adequate sunlight, and regular pruning to maintain shape and promote fruit production. Fruiting Pear is a cherished fruit-bearing tree known for its delectable fruits and ornamental qualities. It has a rich history of cultivation and is enjoyed by people worldwide for its sweet and juicy pears, making it a favorite in gardens, orchards, and kitchens alike.

Regular price $39.99
Regular price Sale price $39.99
Unit price  per 
Fruiting Plum Tree

Fruiting Plum Tree

Fruiting Plum Trees, scientifically known as Prunus Domestica, are beloved and iconic fruit trees with a reputation for producing delicious, sweet, and succulent plums. Named after Santa Rosa, California, which was first developed in the late 19th century, this plum variety has become a staple in orchards and home gardens worldwide. Fruiting Plum Trees Have A Beautiful Appearance The tree is characterized by its beautiful appearance and vibrant growth. When fully mature, it usually reaches 15 to 20 feet, with a spreading canopy that provides ample shade during hot summers. Its dark green deciduous leaves provide a lovely backdrop for the stunning pink and white blossoms that appear in early spring, creating a breathtaking display. Fruiting Plum Tree's Stunning Fruit One of the tree's most exceptional features is its fruit. The plums are large and round, with beautiful reddish-purple skin and deep crimson flesh. They are renowned for their sweet and slightly tart flavor. Fruiting Plum Tree Is Relatively Low Maintenance In addition to their appeal, Fruiting Plum Trees are an excellent choice for home gardeners and orchard enthusiasts due to their relatively low maintenance requirements and disease resistance. They thrive in well-drained soil and require full sun to produce an abundant crop. In summary, Fruiting Plum Tree is a delightful and versatile fruit tree that brings beauty and flavor to gardens and orchards alike. Its exquisite appearance, delicious fruit, and adaptability make it a cherished addition to any garden.

Regular price $39.99
Regular price $0.00 Sale price $39.99
Unit price  per 
Geranium Maculatum

Geranium Maculatum

Geranium maculatum, or wild geranium, is a perennial plant; these lovely plants are hardy in zones 3-8. It is also known as cranesbill geranium, alum root, spotted geranium, and wood geranium. It typically grows in the woods and spreads quickly, although it does well in full sun. This hardy plant has unbranched stems and blooms in spring to early summer. The flowers are usually pink to purplish, and the blooms attract butterflies and bees. The petals have darker colored lines that attract insects to pollinate. Wild geranium is a terrific plant for native bees. The blooms are 1 to 1½ inches across with five petals and ten stems with yellow tips. The average height of the plant is 24 inches, and it has a width of 12-18 inches. Where To Plant Geranium Maculatum Geranium Maculatum is most commonly found in woods, thickets, and roadside areas that are shaded throughout the state of Missouri. The plant blooms into delicate-looking, saucer-shaped flowers that are pink to lilac in color. These flowers are very attractive; therefore, they are commonly used as garden plants even in regions where they do not grow naturally. Geranium Maculatum's Seeds The seeds are packed into pods and attached to a structure that resembles a crane's bill. When the structure dries, it catapults the seeds away from the host plant. The seeds then use their small tail-like structure, which curves and moves in reaction to shifts in humidity. This process helps the seeds anchor to the soil and germinate. Planting Geranium Maculatum Enjoy the geranium maculatum in the woods or your garden. The wild geranium prefers moist soil with lots of organic matter. It is a delicate-looking plant, but looks are deceiving, as this little beauty is also very hardy. Hardy Planting Zones - 3-8 Mature Height - 18-24" Mature Width - 12-18" Bloom Season - Late Spring to Early Summer Gardener Status - Beginner Soil Type - Humusy soil with lots of organic material

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo Biloba Trees grow to a height of 25 to 50 feet. At maturity, their spread is 25 to 35 feet. They grow at a rate of 15 to 24 inches per year. The trees can grow in hardiness zones 3 to 8. They grow poorly in hot, dry climates. However, they can tolerate moderate wetness and drought. Where To Plant Ginkgo Biloba The trees grow in alkaline, acidic, moist, silty loam, wet, well-drained, sandy, and clay soils. They transplant easily and establish themselves quickly. They are an excellent option for urban settings since they are resistant to air pollution, soil salts, and heat. They can withstand wind and snow. The trees love partial sun and full shade. They thrive when they have around four hours of unfiltered, direct sunlight. Ginkgo Trees Have A Very Long Life Span Ginkgo Biloba trees have bright green, fan-shaped leaves 2 to 3 inches long and wide. In the fall, the leaves turn yellow. The trees grow pyramidal. People consider Ginkgo trees shade trees and ornamental trees. The trees grow, spreading canopies that can block out sunlight. They can live for as long as three thousand years, though they grow slowly for several years after planting. Two hundred seventy million-year-old leaf fossils from these trees were found. People tend to prefer to grow the male trees. Female trees produce fruit that is smelly and slippery. Ginkgo Biloba Is Very Rare And Exotic  The few living things to have survived the bomb in Hiroshima in 1945 were six of these trees. They were situated near the blast center, though they lived on and produced buds without deformations. They are currently still alive today. Ginkgo Biloba are rare; you'll never encounter them in landscapes or the wild.

Regular price From $25.99
Regular price Sale price From $25.99
Unit price  per 
Glade Fern

Glade Fern

The glade fern has narrow leaves and grows in hardiness zones 3 to 8. The genus name comes from the Greek term dialysis, meaning double. It is tall and produces slender leaves with about six leaves. The fern's fronds grow to around 90 centimeters long and 15 centimeters wide. Caring For Glade Fern They require partial to full shade. When the leaves are fertile, they are erect and produce long, narrow stripes. The sterile leaves of the plant are thinner and taller than the greener ones and have pinnae that are noticeably skinny compared to the fertile fronds. The fertile leaves of the plant usually bloom late in the summer season, and sterile fronds appear during spring. Glade Fern Is A Low Maintenance Plant They require little maintenance and medium levels of water. Glade ferns tolerate dry soil well. These ferns also grow well in areas with rabbits since the animals won't eat them. These ferns are native to North America and grow to be about 2-3 feet. The plant flourishes in Minnesota and throughout the southern regions of Georgia, Louisiana, and Canada. They grow wild in ravines, valleys, woodlands, and streams. The plant spreads from underground stems so a colony can develop during the fern's lifetime. Growth Of Glade Fern In the right conditions, Glade Ferns proliferate. Their fertile fronds can be about 30 inches long, and the plant's tall and robust posture is maintained by their fertile fronds. The plants stand straight up and have a slender appearance, which makes them suitable for natural front or backyard decor. They also make lovely potted plants as long as the soil in the pot is slightly dry and there's a place in your home to provide the proper shade requirements.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Goat's Beard Plant

Goat's Beard Plant

Goat's Beard Plant Aruncus dioicus, also known as Bride's Feathers or False Spirea, is a perennial flowering plant that belongs to the Rosaceae family. This striking and ornamental plant is native to North America, Europe, and Asia and is prized for its feathery, plume-like white or cream-colored flower clusters. Goat's Beard Plant Is A Perfect Border Plant The plant typically reaches 3 to 6 feet (90 to 180 cm) and spreads to form dense clumps. Its compound, pinnate leaves are dark green and finely serrated, adding to its attractiveness. In late spring to early summer, tall, erect stems rise from the foliage, bearing the impressive, creamy-white or pale yellowish flowers in large, pyramid-shaped panicles. Each flower cluster can measure 6 to 12 inches long and has numerous tiny, star-shaped blossoms. These flowers' delicate, airy appearance makes them a favorite in garden settings. Goat's Beard Plant Is Relatively Low Maintenance The plant is dioecious, meaning that individual plants are male or female. Male plants typically produce more significant and numerous flower clusters, while female plants develop inconspicuous, greenish flowers. This plant thrives in moist, well-draining soil and likes partisan shade, making it a perfect option for woodland gardens or shaded areas. It's relatively low-maintenance and can tolerate a range of soil types. Goat's Beard Plant Attracts Pollinators In addition to its aesthetic appeal, the Goat's Beard Plant provides valuable habitat and food for pollinators like bees and butterflies, making it a great addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. In conclusion, Goat's Beard Plant is a beautiful and versatile perennial plant known for its feathery, white, cream-colored flowers and lush foliage. It adds elegance and charm to shaded gardens, attracts pollinators, and is relatively low-maintenance. It is popular among gardeners looking to enhance their outdoor spaces with a touch of natural beauty.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Golden Rod

Golden Rod

The Golden Rod plant is an herbaceous perennial defined by its bright yet small and dense clusters of yellow flowers. These beautiful blooms sit atop the tall green stems from July through September. Native to North America, Mexico, and Eurasia, these plants are commonly found in woodlands, meadows, prairies, swamps, and gardens. The Benefits Of Planting Golden Rod This perennial is simple to grow and will flourish in various conditions. It's drought-tolerant and possesses attractive nectar alongside tasty seeds that will attract an array of curious bees, butterflies, and birds. Part of the Aster botanical family, this plant is resistant to deer. It's also not prone to any serious diseases or insect problems. The Growth Of Golden Rod The Plant will extend up to a size of between three and seven feet and a width of six to eight feet. Depending on the specific species, this plant may have one or multiple wooden stems erecting from its roots. The stems tend to be very rigid and smooth to the touch. Along its stems, this herbaceous plant alternates dark green leaves between two and a half and three and a half inches long by one-half to one inch wide. These leaves are typically serrated and can be smooth or hairy. This plant gives off a light anise or licorice aroma. Golden Rod's Stunning Flowers Golden Rod produces clusters of flowers at its peak throughout the summer and fall months. Each specific bloom has five ray flowers measuring less than a quarter of an inch. These disk flowers have a total width of around one-third an inch, making them relatively minuscule.Golden Rod loves to grow in clusters, making it the perfect plant for bordering gardens, walkways, and much more. Its invigorating yellow burst of color can provide a great contrast against dark green foliage. Due to its height, this herbaceous plant is commonly chosen by homeowners as an attractive backdrop for household gardens. With its lovely, sweet scent, it can also make the perfect potted patio plant.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 
Goldenseal Plant

Goldenseal Plant

Goldenseal, also known as orange root and yellow puccoon, was used by Indigenous peoples in parts of North America for thousands of years and remains popular with herbalists and natural healers today. You may have seen it in the woods, nestled in deep shade. The name comes from the rhizome’s yellow color and sap, traditionally used as a dye. The Growth Of Goldenseal In botanical terms, Hydrastis canadensis L. is a forb: a broadleaf (non-grass, characterized by broad leaves rather than needles) herbaceous (never developing wood) perennial flowering plant. It has an underground rhizome system, sometimes called a creeping rootstock, meaning that its stem grows horizontally underground and produces branching roots like an iris. The Appearance Of Goldenseal Plant Goldenseal is a little plant with a distinct appearance likely to be confused with any other plant. In the spring, dark green, slightly wrinkled, multi-lobed leaves appear on forked stems. The leaves usually span 3-12 inches. A small white flower without petals will appear on the top leaves, eventually turning into a raspberry-like fruit later in the summer. Each fruit yields up to 30 black seeds. Growing Goldenseal Plant The Goldenseal Plant's natural range extended from Quebec southward to Georgia and from the Atlantic coast to the Mississippi River basin. In its ideal environment, it is a naturally resistant plant with few pests or diseases. The rhizome grows and spreads horizontally outward year after year. Hardiness Zone: 3-7 Mature Height: 8-15 inches Soil Preferences: Loamy, rich in organic matter, pH 5.5-6.5; add lime to increase growth if the soil is too acidic; responds well to top-dressing and mulching Water: Moist but well-drained; does well on slopes and raised beds. Light: Partial to full shade Flowering Habit: Single white flower April-May, followed by a red berry-like fruit in midsummer Growth Type: Perennial Propagation: Best results from rhizome pieces over ½ inch with attached roots and at least one bud

Regular price $9.99
Regular price Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per 

Sale

Great White Trillium

Great White Trillium

The Great White Trillium is a gorgeous addition to any garden. It is commonly called the trinity plant due to its grouping of three leaves, three petals, and three sepals. The blooms are pure white, though they can turn pale pink as they age. The leaves are veined dark green with no mottling. The flowering season may differ depending on the environment, but most plants begin to flower in mid-to-late Spring.  Adding Great White Trillium To Your Landscape Rated for zones 4 to 8, it is excellent for smaller spaces. Its average height is between twelve and fourteen inches, its average width is between eight and twelve inches, and the beautiful white blooms can reach four to five inches across. While other species tend to be stand-alone plants, the Great White forms large drifts in the wild, making a spectacular sight—perhaps why they have always been a favorite of wildflower gardeners.  Where To Plant Great White Trillium Planting Great White Trillium is best done in late fall when the plants are dormant, and partial to full shade is recommended. Native primarily to North America, the plant thrives in evenly moist, well-draining soil and usually requires little maintenance once planted. So long as the soil is kept damp but not soggy, it takes care of itself. The plants also have the added benefit of being deer-resistant, meaning that your hard work won't be eaten before you can enjoy the pristine flowers.  Growing Great White Trillium   Great White Trillium can be a little stubborn if starting from scratch. Planting the seeds will yield beautiful flowers, but patience is vital, as it can take a few years to see them bloom. Growing from a cutting can often require the same patience and more maintenance. However, many gardeners have had great success transplanting the Great White.

Regular price $9.99
Regular price $12.99 Sale price $9.99
Unit price  per