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Green Giant Arborvitae

Green Giant Arborvitae

The Green Giant Arborvitae, scientifically known as Thuja standishii x plicata, is a famous evergreen tree prized for its stately appearance, rapid growth, and versatility in landscaping. This tree is a hybrid between the Japanese Arborvitae (Thuja standishii) and the Western Redcedar (Thuja plicata), resulting in a robust and attractive plant. One of its most remarkable features is its impressive growth rate. Under optimal conditions, it can gain up to 3 feet in height each year, ultimately reaching a mature peak of 30 to 60 feet, with a width of 12 to 20 feet. This rapid growth makes it an excellent choice for those seeking a quick privacy screen or windbreak. Green Giant Arborvitae Has Stunning Evergreen Foliage The tree's foliage is another standout feature. It boasts dense, lush, and vibrant green foliage that retains its color throughout the year, making it an ideal choice for providing year-round privacy and aesthetic appeal. The leaves are scale-like and arranged in flattened sprays, giving the tree an attractive, feathery appearance. Benefits Of Growing Green Giant Arborvitae This arborvitae is remarkably adaptable to various soil types and is drought-tolerant once established. It flourishes in complete sun to partial shade, making it suitable for garden and landscape settings. Additionally, it is resistant to many common pests and diseases, contributing to its overall low maintenance requirements. Green Giant Arborvitae Is Great For Privacy The Green Giant Arborvitae is often used in landscaping to create privacy screens for windbreaks and as a backdrop for other ornamental plants. It can also be shaped into a hedge or maintained as a single specimen tree. Its elegant, pyramidal form and rich green color make it an excellent choice for enhancing the aesthetic appeal of residential and commercial landscapes. In summary, the Green Giant Arborvitae is a fast-growing, evergreen tree known for its lush foliage, adaptability, and low maintenance requirements. Whether used for privacy, wind protection, or as an ornamental focal point, this versatile tree is famous among gardeners and landscapers looking to add greenery and structure to their outdoor spaces.

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Green Mountain Boxwood

Green Mountain Boxwood

Green Mountain Boxwood is a popular evergreen shrub that is highly valued for its attractive appearance, versatility, and low maintenance characteristics. This cultivar is a part of the Buxus genus, which includes various boxwood species known for their dense foliage and suitability for shaping into hedges, topiaries, or standalone ornamental plants. It is known for its distinctive pyramidal or conical growth habit, which sets it apart from other boxwood varieties. It typically reaches a mature height of 3 to 5 feet, with a similar spread, making it an ideal choice for formal hedges or as a focal point in the garden. Its relatively slow growth rate ensures it maintains its compact and tidy appearance with minimal pruning. Green Mountain Boxwood Foliage Is Sure To Standout One of the standout features is its glossy, dark green foliage that persists throughout the year. This evergreen quality ensures that your garden retains its lush greenery even during winter. The leaves are small, elliptical, and leathery, creating a dense and visually appealing canopy. Caring For Green Mountain Boxwood In terms of care, the Green Mountain Boxwood is relatively easy to maintain. It thrives in well-drained soil and prefers partial to full sun. Regular watering is essential during its establishment period, but it becomes drought-tolerant once established. Pruning can be done to maintain its desired shape, and it responds well to shearing, making it a perfect option for traditional garden designs. The Evergreen Shrub Is Known For Its Pest Resistance Green Mountain Boxwood is also known for its resistance to common boxwood pests and diseases, adding to its appeal as a low-maintenance plant option. Whether used as a hedge, a specimen plant, or as part of a topiary design, it is a reliable and visually striking addition to any garden or landscape. Its evergreen nature and elegant appearance make it a favorite choice among gardeners and landscapers looking for a timeless and classic element in their outdoor spaces.

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Green Velvet Boxwood

Green Velvet Boxwood

Green Velvet Boxwood, scientifically known as Buxus 'Green Velvet,' is a popular evergreen shrub cherished for its compact size, lush foliage, and versatility in landscaping. This cultivar is a member of the Buxaceae family and is a cross between Buxus sempervirens and Buxus microphylla var. koreana, resulting in a hardy and attractive plant. It is characterized by its dense, rounded shape, making it a perfect option for various garden settings. It typically reaches 2 to 3 feet with a similar spread, creating a neatly tailored appearance. The foliage is its defining feature, with small, glossy, dark green leaves that maintain their color throughout the year. This evergreen quality ensures that your landscape remains attractive even during winter. Green Velvet Boxwood Is Remarkably Adaptable It is adaptable to different soil types and environmental conditions. It flourishes in well-drained soil and can handle complete sun and partial shade, making it suitable for many planting locations. It adds elegance to any garden design, whether used as a low hedge, border, foundation plant, or in containers. Maintenance Of Green Velvet Boxwood Maintenance of it is relatively straightforward. Pruning can be accomplished in late winter or early spring to keep shape and promote new growth. While it is a relatively low-maintenance plant, it benefits from occasional fertilization and mulching to ensure optimal health and appearance. Green Velvet Boxwood Is Pest Resistant Its resistance to deer and pests and its ability to withstand pollution and urban environments further contribute to its popularity in landscaping. Green velvet boxwood's neat, tidy appearance and year-round greenery make it a universal option for novice and experienced gardeners looking to add structure and beauty to their outdoor spaces. Green Velvet Boxwood is appreciated for its lush foliage, adaptability, and low-maintenance nature. Whether used as a border, hedge, or foundation plant, it brings a touch of timeless elegance to gardens and landscapes, making it a favored choice among garden enthusiasts and landscapers.

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Haircap Moss  - 5 SquareFeet

Haircap Moss - 5 SquareFeet

Polytrichum is also known as Haircap moss. This type is derived from the fine hair-like calyptras found on the young sporophytes. The Appearance Of Haircap Moss  Haircap Moss has narrow, toothed, and erect leaf margins. Looking down at it, one can see it is star-shaped because of the spirally arranged pointed leaves around the stem at right angles. It is usually dark green and grows relatively flat to the ground. This type can live for approximately three to five years. The plant can grow to form a lush green carpet across the ground. Haircap Moss Loves Shade There are many separate species of this vegetation spread throughout the North American continent. It is an evergreen plant that grows to about a foot or shorter in height. The plant is unbranched, light green, red, and yellowish brown. This plant grows in slightly shaded areas in moist soil. It serves as a land cover in landscaping and gardens. Some people use this moss to make tea, which is known to help dissolve kidney and gallbladder stones. Some women use this same tea to help strengthen their hair. This plant prefers full sun to partially sunny environments with moist soil. Haircap Moss Was Used For Pillows This Haircap Moss is found in bogs and swamp sites. It is used as ground cover in landscaping. It is a central component in peat used in making fuels, a soil additive in gardens, and smoked malt used in Scotch whiskey production. In some areas of the world, it is used in clothing fabric to help make it more insulated. Some other uses include making brushes, brooms, and even a filling for pillows and mattresses. As you can see, this plant is for more than just gardens and landscaping. It also has other interesting uses as well.

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Hairy Buttercup

Hairy Buttercup

Hairy buttercup (Ranunculus sardous), also known as Sardinian buttercup, is a common wildflower that can be found in meadows, pastures, and along roadsides. It is an annual or biennial plant known for its bright yellow flowers and hairy stems. Here's some information on its cultivation as a bare-root plant:  Characteristics- Family: Ranunculaceae- Flower: Bright yellow with multiple petals- Leaves: Hairy, divided into lobes- Growth: Herbaceous perennial  Planting Bare-root Hairy Buttercup 1. Timing: Plant bare-root buttercups in early spring or fall when the ground is workable.2. Location: Choose a sunny or partially shaded area with well-drained soil.3. Soil Preparation: Loosen the soil and amend with organic matter if necessary.4. Planting Depth: Plant the crown of the bare-root just at or slightly below the soil surface.5. Spacing: Space plants about 6-12 inches apart to allow for growth.6. Watering: Water well after planting and keep the soil moist until the plant establishes.  Care and Maintenance- Watering: Regular watering, especially during dry periods.- Fertilizing: A light application of balanced fertilizer in the growing season can be beneficial.- Mulching: Mulch around the plants to retain moisture and suppress weeds.- Pruning: Remove spent flowers to encourage more blooms and cut back foliage after flowering to keep the plant tidy.  Hairy Buttercup Benefits - Aesthetic: Adds bright, cheerful yellow flowers to the garden.- Ecological: Attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Perhaps best of all, The Hairy Buttercup Plant has natural pest-repellent properties. Mammalian herbivores avoid them, but critters (such as pets) that make the mistake of consuming the plant will only experience stomach discomfort and no lasting poisonous effects. Get Hairy Buttercup at Garden Plants Nursery!  

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Hay Scented Fern

Hay Scented Fern

Hay scented ferns are native to the midwestern and eastern United States, where they grow in wooded areas and along river banks. The fronds are lacy in design and stand erect when fully grown, turning more yellow in the autumn. The fronds reach approximately 30” long, and the plants spread approximately two to three feet. How To Grow Hay Scented Ferns It can be grown in various soil types, including areas with poor soil and rocks. Established plants can be sown in dryer soil. Our plants are ideal for partial or complete shade areas and can tolerate full sun. The plants are easy to maintain, requiring only moderate maintenance and watering, and are resistant to rabbits.  How Hay Scented Ferns Spread  Individual Hay Scented Ferns spread quickly to form colonies that fill in surrounding areas, producing a lush appearance to any garden. The rhizomes may disrupt neighboring plants' development, so these should be planted in isolated regions with plenty of room for growth and spread. They do not flower. Leaves are fragrant and have a good fall, so some cleanup may be required in areas where the plants are grown. Insects and diseases are not familiar to them. The plants may decline in performance in warmer climates during the last few weeks of the summer.  Hay scented ferns are great additions to areas with trees, adding charm to wild-growing gardens and cottage landscaping. They can also be used in wooded areas to fill in areas for a more natural look. Where Hay Scented Fern Will Thrive Hardy Planting Zone- 3 to 8 Bloom Season (if any) – Does not bloom Bloom Color – N/A Height at Maturity – 1.5 to 2.0 feet Soil Type Preferred- Medium moisture loams that are moist, acidic, and rich.

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Hedwigia Ciliate Moss  - 5 Squae Feet

Hedwigia Ciliate Moss - 5 Squae Feet

Hedwigia Ciliate Moss also called the white-tipped type, is an evergreen perennial. These plants form a low-profile cushion that can grow up to one inch tall and one foot across, or sometimes more. The individual stems of this plant range from red to brown, and they spread widely. Leaves can be found surrounding and along the moss’ stems, and the distribution of leaves is somewhat dense. Certain birds, including the American Robin and the Barn Swallow, often use this moss to construct their nests.  Hedwigia Ciliate Moss Likes Sun Of Shade It thrives in areas ranging from light shade cover to full sunlight and can grow in dry or moist conditions. It uses either rocky materials or acidic rocks as a substrate, and it can also grow in dolomite or limestone with a high pH. This is adaptable to various surfaces, like logs, soil, and roofing. Since it can tolerate a lot of sunlight and dryer conditions, it’s a good option for rooftop or rock gardens. Habitats Of Hedwigia Ciliate Moss It is often found in Illinois, specifically in the northeast, east-central and southern areas. The most common habitats for this plant in Illinois include canyons with sandstone walls, rocky ridges, limestone rock faces, boulders and rocks found on woodland trails, stone walls of churches, and various roofing materials. It’s also found in other parts of North and South America, Australia, Africa, and Eurasia.  Hedwigia Ciliate Moss Has Unique Foliage Sometimes, the tips of the Hedwigia Ciliate Moss leaves can be translucent white, which varies in appearance. The amount of whiteness at the tips will change based on where they are found. The white tips also distinguish this type from other kinds. As the leaves age, they may become even more white and translucent before withering.

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Hepatica Plant

Hepatica Plant

Hepatica plants, more commonly referred to as liverwort, are members of the buttercup family and are native to North America, Europe, and Asia. Their common name refers to how their leaves resemble the human liver. When buds begin to blossom in the spring, liverwort is one of the more recognizable wildflowers and is considered to be a signature wildflower. The Gorgeous Flowers Of Hepatica Plant Each flower grows from one individual stem and can contain anywhere from 6 to 20 petals, depending on the variety. Flowers are usually lavender, sometimes pink. White variations of the flower are typically seen in the southern United States. When blooming, the Hepatica Plant gives off a pleasant scent described as reminiscent of spring. In terms of leaves, they are typically dark green and possess tiny little hairs that are soft to the touch. During winter, the leaves begin to turn much darker. Hepatica Plant Loves Shade As it is mostly seen in damp, heavily forested areas in the wild, similar conditions are best when growing it in a garden setting. It can be transplanted rather easily, but it's best to leave it relatively undisturbed in a shady spot under trees, where the soil is rich with nutrients. Slightly acidic soil with proper drainage is preferable, although it is well-known for its ability to withstand overly wet conditions better than most flowers. Attract Pollinators With Hepatica Plant Hepatica plants are self-pollinating perennials. Even though they might not be needed, flowers are a great way to attract pollinators like butterflies and bees to a garden setting and other animal life. Hardy Planting Zone: Zones 4,5,6,7,8 and 9 Bloom Season: Spring Bloom Color: Usually lavender or white, sometimes pink Height at Maturity: 4 to 6 in. Soil Type Preferred: Well-drained, moist, acidic soil Sun or Shade: Partial to full shade

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Hills Privet

Hills Privet

The Hills Privet, scientifically known as Ligustrum ovalifolium, is a famous evergreen shrub widely cultivated for its ornamental appeal and versatility in landscaping. Native to Japan and Korea, this hardy shrub has become a cherished choice among gardeners and landscapers due to its numerous attractive features. It typically reaches a mature height of 6 to 12 feet (1.8 to 3.6 meters) with a similar spread, making it suitable for various landscaping applications, such as hedges and screens, or as a standalone ornamental plant. Its dense, oval-shaped foliage consists of glossy, dark green leaves that stay luxuriant and green throughout the year, providing a vibrant backdrop to other garden elements. Hills Privet Can Withstand Many Different Soil Types One notable characteristic is its ability to thrive in various soil types and environmental conditions. It is highly adaptable and can tolerate full sun and partial shade, although it performs best in well-drained soil with good moisture retention. This adaptability and resistance to nuisances and illnesses make it a low-maintenance option for gardeners. The hills privet produces small, fragrant white flowers in late spring to early summer that attract pollinators like bees and butterflies. These blooms give way to small, black, or purple berries in the fall, adding further visual interest to the plant. While the berries are attractive, they are toxic if ingested, so caution is advised if the shrub is planted in areas accessible to children or pets. Pruning The Hills Privet Regarding pruning and maintenance, it responds well to regular trimming, allowing it to be shaped into formal hedges or topiary designs. Pruning is typically done in late spring or early summer after flowering. Hills Privet Is Very Low-Maintenance In conclusion, Hills Privet is a versatile and attractive shrub that can complement your landscape design. Its evergreen foliage, adaptability, and low-maintenance nature make it a favorite choice for novice and experienced gardeners, and its ability to create privacy screens or ornamental hedges adds to its overall appeal in various outdoor settings.

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Horsetail Plant - 10 Pack

Horsetail Plant - 10 Pack

 Horsetail Plant is a non-flowering perennial grass characterized by its bright green stems and black horizontal bands. With a construction similar to bamboo, this ornamental evergreen grass does well in a variety of environmental conditions. A member of the Equisetaceae family, it will reach a height of two to five feet at full maturity and a spread of one to six feet. Horsetail Plant Loves Wetlands The grass is a perennial with hollow stems relative to the fern. It can create a unique vertical accent with its textured stems with abundant black rings. Many people add it to their water gardens, trough gardens, containers, and other wetlands areas to craft foliage during all the months of the year, including winter time. Each stem can grow up to a base diameter of one-half of an inch. Every stem node will possess a whorl of stem-clasping, minuscule leaves. These scale-like leaves fuse right into a one-quarter-inch grayish-ash sheath with fringe-like teeth. During the growing season, this grass will shed these teeth. The Horsetail Plant Has Many Names Native to North America, Europe, and Asia, this extremely fast-growing grass goes by various names. These include Equisetum Hyemale, Equisetum Arvense, Scouring Rush, Candocks, Puzzlegrass, Snake Grass, and Rough Horsetail plant. It has no severe threats of diseases or pest infestation. Due to its rhizomatous growth habit and deep rooting system, it's pretty easy for any green thumb to grow. This evergreen perennial produces both fertile and unfertile stems. When a stem is fertile, it bears a pinecone-like fruiting head. This happens in mid-spring, and it takes on a distinctive light brown hue. The head can grow up to one inch in length and contains a plethora of spores for propagation. Horsetail Plant Is Like A Fern Like other ferns, this non-flowering grass is completely seedless and relies on spores for reproduction. Horsetail Plant fertile stems will wilt after propagation. Then, its sterile stems will grow to keep persistent vegetation throughout the fall and winter months. This herbaceous grass can survive in both shady and full-sun environments.

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Hydrangea Arborescence Live Stakes  -  Package of 100

Hydrangea Arborescence Live Stakes - Package of 100

Hydrangea Arborescence, known as smooth type or wild type, is a deciduous shrub native to the eastern United States. Live stakes made from the shrub are a propagation method for establishing new plants or restoring ecosystems. Here, we will explore the shrub's characteristics and how cuttings are utilized in horticulture and conservation efforts. The shrub is known for its attractive, round clusters of white or pinkish flowers that bloom in the summer. These flowers are small, fertile florets surrounded by showy, sterile florets, creating a visually striking display. The shrub generally achieves a height of 3 to 5 feet and thrives in moist, well-drained soils, making it a favored option for gardens and landscapes. How To Grow Hydrangea Arborescence Live Stakes Hydrangea Arborescence Live stakes are cuttings taken from mature shrubs, usually when the plant sheds leaves in the dormant season. These cuttings, typically around 12 to 18 inches long, are planted directly into the ground or used to establish new plants in a nursery setting. Cuttings have several advantages, including their ability to quickly develop root systems and grow into mature shrubs. They are often used in habitat restoration projects to stabilize soil, prevent erosion, and reintroduce native vegetation to degraded areas. Hydrangea Arborescence Live Stakes Adapt To Various Environmental Conditions One key benefit of using shrub cuttings is their resilience. These plants adapt to various environmental conditions and thrive in sunny and shaded areas. They are also known for tolerating wet or periodically inundated soils, making them valuable in wetland restoration efforts. Hydrangea Arborescence Live Stakes Has Stunning Flowers In conclusion, hydrangea Arborescence live stakes offer a practical and effective means of propagating this native shrub for landscaping, habitat restoration, and erosion control. Their adaptability, attractive flowers, and ease of establishment make them a valuable asset in horticultural and conservation endeavors, contributing to the preservation and enhancement of ecosystems across their native range.

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Indian Pink Plant

Indian Pink Plant

Indian Pink Plant is a perennial, meaning that it comes back every year. Its bloom is striking. The flower appears from a deep red bud, which blossoms into a neon green five-petaled flower. From this flower, a long, bright yellow stamen extends. Indian Pink Plant's Stunning Flowers The flower appears in its full glory in late June. It can produce up to 2 ft tall. The leaves are quite large compared to the flower, and they are a deep green. They grow up the stem and just beneath the flower. Caring for the Indian Pink Plant Indian Pink Plant prefers partial to full shade. Placing it in partial shade rather than full shade will make it more abundant and the flowers more abundant. The soil should be moist and well-draining, so you should water it on at least a weekly basis. You can add to their hardiness by mixing in a scoop full of compost when you set it out in the ground. This will make the blooms more vibrant and the foliage more lush. Indian Pink Plant Uses in Landscaping You can put this flower anywhere where you are looking for a rich ground cover that also boasts beautiful flowers. You can even use it as the focal point of an area in your landscaping because its blooms are maroon and bright green, attracting much attention. It would be best to give it much space to grow when you put it with other flowers. Indian Pink Plant is used in landscaping when you need to take up a lot of space. It may be used alongside large flowering shrubs to populate the dirt below with greenery. It may also be used as the center of a circular bed framed by a stone or brick border. You can use it to border an area of your garden, as well when put close together, but in only one row.

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Ironwood Tree

Ironwood Tree

The Ironwood tree is a hardwood type found between northern Florida and southern Ontario that prefers rich, moist soil, grows to 30 to 45 feet tall, with a crown 30 feet in diameter, with a 10-inch trunk, and is not considered mature until it's between 25 and 100 years old. It's sometimes called Blue Beech or Eastern Hop and Muscle Wood. It is a small, elegant type. The tiny leaves are chartreuse in the spring, but they range from mild orange to yellow to red in the fall. The body is fluted and smooth and is greyish-green in color.  Ironwood Tree Is A Slow Grower A member of the birch family, this deciduous type grows very slowly, usually about one foot each year. It does best in moist bottomland forests and can be found in swamps, streams, and rivers. They grow well, whether in full shade or sun. It has deep roots and can stand in the face of strong wind. Its relatively small size makes it ideal for most gardens. Many people plant it in courtyards. It's also perfect for creating shade for a garden bench. Its rounded, sculptural trunk adds to its overall beauty. Ironwood Tree Has Male And Female  In the spring, male and female flowers blossom on the same one. The female flowers are white and are found at the ends of the branches. The male flowers are small and green and bloom along the smaller branches. The female flowers transform into clusters of small nuts that change from green to brown in the fall. It is ideal for use as a shade or lawn type. Because of its dense summer foliage, many use it as a hedge or screen. When used in large landscapes, it looks great when planted in groups. The early Americans used its hardwood to make bowls, ox yokes, and tool handles.  Ironwood Tree Is A Magnet For Wildlife  The Ironwood tree is a magnet for the creatures of nature. Four types of butterflies lay their larvae in these. Deer loves to nibble on its leaves and twigs. Small animals like grouses, pheasants, and quail are drawn to its fruit. Birds, butterflies, moths, and squirrels also eat from these. If you want a tree to add beauty and shade to your property, consider the Ironwood. You will be glad you did.

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Jack In The Pulpit

Jack In The Pulpit

Jack In The Pulpit is an herbaceous perennial plant known as the Indian Turnip, Brown Dragon, bog onion, Wild Turnip, and American Wake Robin. It gets its name from the shape of the blossoms, which have a cup-like hooded top that shows off a variety of colors, from cream to green and burgundy to brown. The hood or the spathe showcases a spike or spadix that could be mistaken for a man standing in the pulpit and is covered with tiny male and female flowers of a wide variety of colors: white, red, pink, and green. It is framed by basal leaves in sets of three. Jack In The Pulpit's Zone Requirements It is native to the Midwest and grows hardily in zones 2-7. It thrives in soils that are damp and acidic. It also likes rich humus forest soils. This is an excellent plant for extremely boggy areas of your garden or lawn. Growth Of The Jack In The Pulpit The Jack In The Pulpit reaches 6 inches to 3 feet in total growth. They grow well in partial shade and full shade. From mid to late summer, red berries will be produced in a clustered cone that takes the place of the spike. Eventually, the hood dies, and the berries are displayed in their full, rich glory. The plant can be found growing wildly in rich, moist woods from New Brunswick, Canada, all the way to Florida. This plant is an exceptional addition to bog or rain gardens and is very tolerant of poorly drained soils. Grow them from the berries' seeds planted in the fall in 6 inches of slightly acidic soil with lots of organic matter. These make an excellent addition to shade gardens and outliners around the edges of woodlands. When Jack In The Pulpit Blooms Jack in the Pulpit is straightforward to grow and care for. Blooms appear in mid-to-late spring, covering the spadix. By the end of the summer, the spadix disappears, and the cluster of green, then ripe red berries appears, so for months, your garden is decorated with color.

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Jacobs Ladder

Jacobs Ladder

Jacobs Ladder, scientifically known as Polemonium caeruleum, is a delightful perennial herbaceous plant in the Polemoniaceae family. This charming herb is native to Europe and grows in various parts of North America. Its common name is inspired by the arrangement of its pinnately compound leaves, which resemble the rungs of a ladder. It is a hardy plant that typically reaches 12 to 24 inches. It produces attractive, fern-like foliage with numerous leaflets arranged alternately along the stem. The leaves generally are split into smaller leaflets, giving them a delicate and graceful appearance. The leaflets are typically lance-shaped and have a lush green color. Jacobs Ladder Has A Gorgeous Bloom One of the most striking features is its delicate, bell-shaped flowers, which appear in clusters at the tips of slender stems. These flowers can be deep blue, violet, or white and have a unique spiral pattern inside, adding to their visual appeal. Cultivating it in your garden is relatively straightforward. It thrives in well-draining soil and prefers partial to full shade, making it an excellent choice for woodland gardens or shaded areas. This plant is known for its adaptability to various soil conditions but prefers a slightly acidic to neutral pH. Jacobs Ladder Has Eye-Catching Foliage Gardeners often use the Jacob Ladder as an ornamental addition to their landscapes due to its graceful foliage and eye-catching flowers. Moreover, the Jacob Ladder requires minimal maintenance, making it a favorite choice for gardeners seeking low-maintenance yet elegant plants. Jacobs Ladder Is Easy To Grow In conclusion, Jacobs Ladder is a charming perennial plant appreciated for its distinctive foliage and lovely bell-shaped flowers. It is relatively easy to cultivate and adds a touch of elegance to shaded garden spaces, making it a cherished choice among garden enthusiasts. Whether for its visual appeal or historical significance, it is a captivating plant with much to offer to those who choose to cultivate it.

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Japanese Maple Tree

Japanese Maple Tree

The Japanese Maple Tree is a stunning and highly regarded ornamental type from East Asia, particularly Japan, Korea, and China. Renowned for its exquisite foliage and graceful form, this has become a favorite in gardens and landscapes worldwide. Japanese Maple Tree Has Very Unique Foliage They are celebrated for their distinctive, delicate leaves. The leaves are typically palmate, meaning they have multiple lobes radiating from a central point, resembling an open hand. Depending on the cultivar and the season, these leaves can range in color from vibrant green to deep red or purple. In the fall, the foliage undergoes a breathtaking transformation, turning brilliant shades of crimson, orange, or gold, adding a burst of color to the landscape. Japanese Maple Tree Vary In Shape And Size These come in various shapes and sizes, with some growing as compact shrubs and others developing into small to medium-sized. Their graceful and often weeping branches create a mesmerizing silhouette, making them ideal for enhancing the visual appeal of gardens, patios, and pathways. They thrive in temperate climates and prefer well-drained, slightly acidic soil. They are relatively low-maintenance but require adequate water and protection from harsh winds. Pruning can help preserve their form and size, but it should be done carefully to avoid stressing the plant. Due to their aesthetic appeal, the Japanese maple trees have numerous cultivars, each with unique leaf shape, color, and growth habit. Some popular cultivars include the Bloodgood (known for its deep red leaves), the Laceleaf  (featuring finely dissected, lace-like leaves), and the Coral Bark (recognized for its striking red branches). Significance Of The Japanese Maple Tree These hold cultural significance in Japan, where they are often featured in traditional gardens and are associated with tranquility and grace. In addition to their use in ornamental landscapes, they are also prized for bonsai cultivation. The Japanese Maple Trees are cherished for their elegance, seasonal beauty, and versatility, making them a prized addition to gardens and landscapes worldwide. Their unique charm and vibrant foliage make them a timeless favorite among garden enthusiasts and nature lovers.

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Kousa Dogwood

Kousa Dogwood

Hardy from zones five to eight, the Kousa Dogwood tree is a popular option for providing visual interest in any exterior space. The hardiness zones of the tree make it easy for many homeowners to enjoy with little care and maintenance needed, apart from regular watering. The canopy of this species makes it easy to create a beautiful exterior space because of the intertwined branches of its wide canopy. Kousa Dogwood Is A Small Built Tree They require watering to give the foliage the deep colors that make them famous. The deep green leaves and attractive bark make this a famous tree that grows at a slow to medium rate, making pruning easy. The tree is renowned in areas with harsh winters, including New York State, where it has become naturalized. Kousa Dogwood Has Beautiful Foliage The tree's popularity is due to its deep green foliage. The green foliage is the main attraction in the spring, followed by a beautiful late-spring array. An array of star-shaped white flowers sits above the green leaves between May and June. The leaves and flowers of the tree fall to the ground in the Fall to leave a clear view of the beautiful bark. The Kousa Dogwoods Has Interesting Bark As the leaves of the tree fall, a view of the impressive bark is captured. The bark has been described as appearing similar to that of a jigsaw puzzle during the Fall. Many owners of these trees choose to prune the branches in the Fall to gain a better view of the bark. Another reason for pruning the branches is to promote new growth in Spring. In the Fall, the leaves of the tree transition to deep purple and red colors. One reason Kousa Dogwood has become so popular is its slow rate of growth. The tree will grow between 12 and 24 inches per year in perfect conditions. Slow growth rates make the tree a good choice for areas with power lines and those who want to keep their exterior space under control. By the time the tree reaches maturity, it will reach around 25 feet in height and width to create a canopy ball. The Kousa Dogwood is native to some parts of Asia, including Korea, China, and Japan. The tree was brought to the U.S. in the mid-1870s and has become popular along the East Coast. Its fruits have become popular with squirrels and birds throughout the U.S.

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Kwanzan Cherry Tree

Kwanzan Cherry Tree

The Kwanzan Cherry Tree is the most attractive fruit type. Properly placed and planted, it continues to outshine other varieties. During the world-famous Washington D.C. cherry festival, most exploding in color are varied.  This beautiful type is popular because it produces gorgeous blossoms with double the number of petals. Indeed, each blossom looks like a beautiful flower within another flower.  Kwanzan Cherry Tree Blossoms Is An Intense Pink Since the blossoms predominately grow in clusters, they often appear covered with many tiny roses. Even when the Cherry blossoms fade away, bronze-colored leaves replace them. These leaves become a dark yet glossy green for the warm summer season. In fall, the color show continues as a brilliant yellow-orange color awaits the cold first frost of winter.  Americans first learned about them when Japan sent many thousands to the American capital city. They were an instant success and prompted the annual Cherry Blossom Festival that has occurred for years in the nation's capital. Kwanzan Cherry Tree Is A Small Tree They grow to an average height of 30 to 40 feet and are often slightly more comprehensive than taller. Their maximum height is also 40 feet. They do best in locations that receive a full day's sunlight. They grow in almost every soil type, including alkaline or acidic soils. They are relatively tolerant of drought but do not do well in the ground that becomes compacted. The Kwanzan Cherry tree can be grown in large pots for a time. It does well in parks, on its own, or lining a city's promenade, driveway, or motorway. Because soils near roadways tend to dry out and become compacted, the lifespan is less in those areas. It lives for 25 -30 years when planted in wet but well-drained soil. Where The Kwanzan Cherry Tree Does Well East of the Rocky Mountains, it grows well everywhere except in the farthest north and hottest southern areas. They are considered flowering ornamental and have an average height of 30 to 40 feet with a similar width range. Often, it grows slightly more comprehensive than it is tall. When properly pruned, the shape is generally classified as vase-shaped. Insect pests that can affect it are the typical type that attempts to infest fruit types. These are borers, spider mites, and aphids. They typically survive infestation by performing regular inspections to provide prompt treatment. The Kwanzan Cherry tree variety has been bred for its beauty, not its fruit.  

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Lady Fern

Lady Fern

 The Lady Fern is an upright plant, a perennial native to the United States and Alaska. This graceful plant can reach a height between two and five feet tall. It boasts bright green leaves that have a fine, lacy texture. These fronds can grow from one to three feet long in the right, moist environment. The plant can spread between three and seven feet in diameter. However, this deciduous plant will still maintain a reasonably compact look. This hardy plant can be a great addition to any garden where you're looking to have that green-leafed backdrop. It also performs well as a ground cover plant for various applications. Lady Fern Is A Low Maintenance Plant Many names can refer to this lady fern. These include Athyrium Filix-Femina, Subarctic, Asplenium, Tatting type, and Common. It's derived from the wood-type family and tolerates heavy shade and rabbits. This non-flowering plant comprises between 20 and 30 pairs of non-opposite elliptic leaflets. Each one has a narrow tip point and is further segmented into subleaflets. On the underside of these subleaflets, you'll find clusters of spore-producing receptacles known as sori that take on a horseshoe-like shape. They will be covered with a transparent protective membrane known as indusia throughout the plant's development until it is ready to propagate. Uses Of The Lady Fern This circumglobal perennial is widely used as an ornament in home gardens. It starts growing out in the early spring. You'll see its fiddleheads that have distinctive dark brown scales. As it grows out entirely, you can expect the plant's lance-elliptic leaves to have a width between 4 and 14 inches. Its stems will be slightly grooved and can range in color from green to light brown. Lady Fern Is Highly Sustainable Lady Fern will remain beautifully luscious well into the fall. It will lose its leaves when the first frost comes. This plant is a highly sustainable staple that brings any landscape to life, offering expansive foliage in a pleasant bright green color. This particular one will continue to grow in circular clusters year after year.

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Larkspur

Larkspur

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

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Lilac Shrub

Lilac Shrub

Lilac shrubs, scientifically known as Syringa, are beloved ornamental plants renowned for their fragrant and attractive blooms. These deciduous bushes belong to the Oleaceae family and are native to Europe and Asia. They have been cultivated for centuries and have become a symbol of springtime in many cultures. One of the most distinctive features of the bushes is their striking clusters of small, tubular-shaped flowers. These flowers come in various colors, most commonly purple, lavender, pink, and white. The blossoms typically have a sweet and enchanting fragrance that can perfume the air in gardens and landscapes during their blooming season, usually in late spring to early summer, depending on the sort and climate. Size Of The Lilac Shrub The Lilac shrubs are typically medium-sized, reaching 5 to 15 feet (1.5 to 4.5 meters) and forming dense, bushy growth. They are known for their heart-shaped leaves, usually arranged opposite each other along the branches. The leaves provide an attractive backdrop for the colorful flowers, and they turn yellow or yellowish-brown in the fall, adding to the bush's seasonal appeal. Lilac Shrub Is Relatively Low-maintenance These plants are relatively straightforward to care for and thrive in well-drained soil with full to partial sunlight. They are also quite cold and hardy, making them suitable for temperate regions. Pruning the bushes after flowering is essential to encourage new growth and maintain their shape. The Lilac shrub Is Very Fragrant  The bushes are a favorite among gardeners and landscapers for their aesthetic appeal and sweet fragrance. They are often used as standalone ornamental specimens, hedges, or as part of mixed borders. Additionally, the flowers can be cut and used in floral arrangements or as fragrant indoor decorations. In summary, the lilac shrubs are cherished for their stunning springtime displays of fragrant flowers and their hardiness in various climates. Whether you're looking to add a touch of elegance and fragrance to your garden or create a nostalgic springtime atmosphere, the bushes are an excellent choice for any landscape.

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Lily Of The Valley Plant

Lily Of The Valley Plant

The beautiful Lily of the Valley thrives in many kinds of climates. Those who want to plant it find it best in zones three through nine. One of the most delightful things about the plant is its relatively long bloom season. Gardeners can expect to see it start to bloom early in the spring for about three to four weeks. This period begins later and extends longer for those who live in more northern climates. Lily Of The Valley's Bloom Color The standard plant color is a soft white. It's more off-white with hints of darker shades. However, some versions have a hint of pink, while others are completely pink. The Rosea variant comes in either a hint of purple or entirely mauve.  The Lily Of The Valley Plants Height at Maturity A Lily Of The Valley Plant typically grows to about a foot in height. This flower likes rich soil with plenty of nutrients. It also prefers lots of moisture to grow to its full height and show off its attractive blooms. When planting, look for spaces with at least partial shade. The plant doesn't do well in full sun. It is a good choice for ground cover next to a fully-grown tree. Dappled sunlight will help it thrive and add beauty to any yard. Lily Of The Valley Plant Isn't A Lily A Lily of the Valley isn't even a lily. It's a member of the asparagus plant family. This is something people like in many parts of the world. The small leaves surround delicate flowers with an understated scent. Gardeners appreciate the plant because it is rare and can thrive under varied conditions. Begin planting in early spring and watch flowers bloom a short time later.

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Lily Pads

Lily Pads

Lily pads, scientifically known as "Nymphaea," are aquatic plants belonging to the family Nymphaeaceae. They are widely recognized for their iconic round, flat leaves that float on the surface of ponds, lakes, and slow-moving streams. These fascinating plants have captured people's imaginations for centuries due to their unique characteristics and aesthetic appeal. Lily Pads Are Mostly Found In Freshwater Lily pads are primarily found in freshwater habitats worldwide, with the majority of species inhabiting tropical and temperate regions. Their leaves are characterized by their circular or heart-shaped appearance, which allows them to float effortlessly on the water's surface. The undersides of these leaves contain tiny hairs that help trap air, providing buoyancy and allowing the lily pads to stay afloat. Their primary function is to provide shade and protection for aquatic creatures living beneath them. They are essential habitats for marine organisms, including fish, insects, frogs, and microorganisms. The shade they provide helps regulate water temperature and reduces the growth of algae, which can be beneficial for maintaining water quality in aquatic ecosystems. Lily Pads Are Known For Their Beautiful Flowers They come in various colors, like white, pink, and yellow. These fragrant flowers often emerge above the water's surface on tall stalks and are pollinated by insects like bees and beetles. After pollination, the flowers give way to fruit-containing seeds, which can help in the propagation and dispersal of lily pad plants. Significance Of The Lily Pads In some cultures, they hold symbolic significance. For example, in ancient Egypt, they were associated with rebirth and the cycle of life due to their ability to rise from the muddy depths of ponds to produce stunning flowers. In conclusion, they are remarkable aquatic plants that play a vital role in the ecology of freshwater ecosystems. Their unique structure, floating leaves, and beautiful flowers make them a fascinating subject of study and inspiration for artists and nature enthusiasts alike.

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Loblolly Pine Seedlings - 10 Pack

Loblolly Pine Seedlings - 10 Pack

The Loblolly pine seedlings, or Pinus taeda, are fast-growing evergreens that adapt well to various soil types. It is also called the rosemary, old field, bull, Indian, or longstraw. It is drought tolerant, not needing much precipitation to thrive. It is a fragrant evergreen species, which got its nickname, "rosemary." It was once famous for its use as a lumber tree because of its widespread growth. It is native throughout many areas of the United States and provides food and shelter for many native species of animals, ranging from birds to rodents. It produces dry pinecones that are three to six inches in size.  Loblolly Pine Seedlings Benefits They are resilient, as they can grow in various conditions. They can withstand drought and flooding. They need sun for at least six hours daily to thrive, but they can grow in many different soil types. These loblolly pine seedlings are easily transplanted and are incredibly versatile. By purchasing them, you are helping to regerminate our forests, an essential part of the natural American ecosystem. As an evergreen, your tree will display beautiful green needles year-round.  How To Plant The Loblolly Pine Seedlings The best way to plant Loblolly Pine Seedlings is to sow a few together with at least 4 inches of dirt coverage. Water the soil frequently to saturation. Although a mature tree will not discriminate between soil types, moist soil is essential in promoting plant growth.  More Info About Loblolly Pine Seedlings Hardy Planting Zone- Southern, Western, and Eastern United States (zones 6-9) Bark Color - reddish-brown Bloom Color - pale green needles Height at Maturity - 25-35' Soil Type Preferred- Acidic, clay, drought, loamy, moist, sandy, well-drained Sun or Shade - Full sun

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Loblolly Pine Tree

Loblolly Pine Tree

The Loblolly Pine tree (Pinus taeda) is commonly found in the Southeastern region of the United States, stretching west to central Texas, east to the Atlantic Ocean, as far south as Florida, and to the north of Delaware and New Jersey. They can be found in several settings and situations. They may be planted in old fields and upland sites, but they thrive in bottomland sites. The Loblolly Pine Tree Loves Swampy Land The word “loblolly” pine tree stems from an old word colloquially meaning “mudhole.” This gives a clue into the type of environment/situation that they thrive in, which are bottomland sites (river bottoms), where they are naturally found. It features a sizeable column-like trunk (hence one of its nicknames, “bull”), pale-green needles, and an eye-catching reddish-brown bark.  Loblolly Pine Tree Is Often Used For Lumber Its wood is used for lumber, plywood, 2×4s, and various other similar uses. It also provides shelter for a number of southeastern birds, such as Carolina chickadees, wild turkeys, and northern bobwhites. It also provides seeds, which are usually taken by small rodents, such as squirrels and chipmunks. They are not usually mature until they are 100-150 years old. They grow at a rate of about 2’ per year, making them one of the fastest-growing trees. When fully mature, the tree features a lovely oval shape. Loblolly Pine Tree Looks Amazing In Landscapes If space is provided, a loblolly pine tree can add a classic look to any landscape. Its overall shape, needles, and cones add a splash of life to any plot of land, and landowners and planters will not regret their addition as they retain their beauty throughout the calendar year. Hardy Planting Zone: 6-10 Bloom Season (if any): Spring-Summer (specifically April-June) Bloom Color: Green Height at Maturity: 90-120’ Soil Type Preferred: Loamy, Moist, Sandy, Clay, Well-drained and Acidic soils Sun or Shade: Full sun

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Lyreleaf Sage

Lyreleaf Sage

Lyreleaf sage, scientifically known as Salvia lyrata, is a charming and versatile perennial herbaceous plant native to the southeastern United States. This herb belongs to the Lamiaceae family, which includes other well-known aromatic herbs like mint and rosemary. It is cherished for its ornamental value, historical medicinal uses, and ecological significance. Lyreleaf Sage Has A Fuzzy Texture  The most distinctive feature of Lyreleaf sage is its deeply lobed, lyre-shaped leaves, which give the plant its common name. These leaves are typically a rich shade of green and are covered with fine hairs, giving them a slightly fuzzy texture. In the spring and early summer,it produces slender spikes of tubular flowers that range in color from lavender and blue to white. These blossoms attract pollinators like bees and butterflies, making them a helpful complement to pollinator-friendly gardens. Lyreleaf Sage Loves Dry Ground it is known for its adaptability and can thrive in various soil types, including well-drained sandy soils and clay soils. It is also susceptible to complete sun and partisan shade, making it a versatile choice for gardeners. This plant's ability to self-sow and naturalize in wild areas makes it a favorite among native plant enthusiasts. Lyreleaf Sage Is Great For A Wildlife Friendly Garden  Whether you're interested in creating a wildlife-friendly garden or seeking an attractive native plant for your landscape, Lyreleaf sage is a fantastic choice. Its striking foliage, vibrant flowers, and historical significance make it a valuable addition to gardens across its native range and beyond.

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Magnolia Jane Tree 1 Gal. 2-3

Magnolia Jane Tree 1 Gal. 2-3

Magnolia Jane  Is a Spring Blooming Tree Magnolia Jane is a gorgeous tree or shrub. It was created in the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington D.C. in the 1950s and belongs to the "Little Girl" group of magnolias, a group of early spring blooming hybrids. The leaves are dark green and have a leathery appearance. It resembles a tulip flower. It bears beautiful burgundy purplish color flowers, and the inside of its petal is white. However, you might see reddish and pink flowers. This happened on several occasions or times. This tree or shrub produces flowers during late springtime. It's a faster-growing tree that grows approximately 15 feet high. Magnolia Jane is a  Floral favorite of Many Homeowners and Gardeners  This tree is native and non-native, growing wild in different parts of eastern, central, and North America. The best time to grow this tree or shrub is during late winter and early spring. Scientific name (classification): Magnolia liliiflora U.S.D.A. climate zone: Zone 4 to 7 Tree height: 10 to 15 ft.  Tree Spread: 8 to 12 ft. spread.  Soil type: 5.6 to 6. o (acidic) 6.1 to 6.5 (mildly acidic)  6.6 to 7.5 (neutral) Sun: Sun to partial shade Bloom time: Mid spring This tree is excellent for creating a border and foundation around the landscape. It is a perfect flowering tree for growing in smaller spaces and under power lines. It also gives off a lightly scented scent. Buy Magnolia Jane Trees Online at TN Nursery

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Maidenhair Fern

Maidenhair Fern

The maidenhair fern is a low-maintenance plant that can be quickly grown in the garden or as a houseplant. It thrives in acidic, moist to, wet, rich soil that drains well. In nature, the plant is found growing on rocks beside waterfalls or other places where water flows. How Maidenhair Fern Spreads The Maidenhair Fern is a creeping plant that spreads through rhizomes. Given enough time, it creates dense colonies. It is deciduous and relinquishes its leaves in the fall, though pink fiddleheads start to appear in spring. The leaves themselves are bright green, attractive, and fine-textured. They give the plant its epithet of "pedatum," a bird’s foot. The genus adiantum is Greek for “unwetted,” for the plant quickly sheds water. The plant's stalks are curved, and the stems are delicate as wires and range from red-brown to black. These stems contrast attractively with the green foliage. Maidenhair Fern Is a Pest And Disease Resistant The plant does not have severe problems with pests or diseases, though it can go dormant in high heat if it is not well-watered or grown in bright sunshine. The gardener can tell if the plant needs watering because the fronds start to turn brown. The plant needs watering at least once a week and misting daily if grown as a houseplant. It should only get a small amount in the early morning if it receives sun. Maidenhair Fern Is Perfect For Woodland Gardens  The Maidenhair fern is an excellent choice for a woodland garden, gardens, and paths for shade-loving plants. It is a good choice for the shaded areas beneath trees, where it can replace sun-loving turf grass. The plant is native to North America and can be part of a garden with native plants. Latin name: Adiantum pedatum  Hardy planting zone: 3 to 11 Mature height: 1 to 2 1/2 feet. Spread: 1 to 1 1/2 feet Bloom season: Non-flowering Sun: Part to full shade

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Maple Leaf Viburnum

Maple Leaf Viburnum

Maple Leaf Viburnum Easily identifiable by its shaped leaves, it can grow four feet across and six feet tall. The shrub blooms white blossoms with stamens in the spring and grows berries by late summer. When autumn arrives, its leaves turn into vibrant colors and add a splash of scenery to any garden. Requiring little maintenance and being pest-resistant, it is one of the hardiest plants around. Maple Leaf Viburnum Is Native To North America  The shrub is native to North America and is typically found in the undergrowth of forests, streams, and lakes. It prefers a moist, well-drained, acidic environment but can tolerate dry soil once established. The shrub is primarily used for hedges, ground cover, pots, and as a barrier between gardens and lawns. The Flower And Berries Of Maple Leaf Viburnum The Maple Leaf Viburnum produces flat-tipped white flowers in the spring, followed by berries, which ripen to a deep blue color in the fall. As autumn takes hold, leaves turn red, dark purple, and pink, adding a dash of color to any landscape. The plant benefits the wildlife around it, attracting squirrels, bees, butterflies, and other pollinators that come to feed on its nectar and berries. Herbivores rarely touch it, making it a plant in areas with high deer populations. Planting Maple Leaf Viburnum The Maple Leaf Viburnum needs to be planted about three feet away from other vegetation and requires frequent irrigation when first planted, but not so much once established. It spreads through rhizomes and suckers but is tolerant to pruning, best done in the late winter or early spring. Overall, it’s a beautiful and hardy plant that benefits the landscape and the living organisms.

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Marsh Hibiscus

Marsh Hibiscus

Marsh Hibiscus, scientifically known as palustris, is a stunning perennial plant native to North America, particularly in the eastern United States and parts of Canada. This vibrant species belongs to the Malvaceae family and is commonly called the Swamp Rose Mallow. It is renowned for its striking appearance and ability to thrive in wetland habitats, adding color to swamps and other saturated areas. Standing tall and majestic, they can reach heights of up to 7 feet (about 2.1 meters). Its growth is characterized by a sturdy, erect stem covered in deep green, lance-shaped leaves that provide a lush backdrop for the plant's eye-catching blossoms. These leaves are often deeply lobed, giving them an attractive, palmate appearance. Marsh Hibiscus Has Exquisite Flowers Their true highlight is their exquisite flowers, which typically bloom mid to late summer. These large, trumpet-shaped blooms can measure 4 to 6 inches across. They come in shades of pink, ranging from pale pastels to vibrant magentas, with a dark crimson center that contrasts dramatically. Each flower boasts a prominent pistil surrounded by a ring of showy stamens, making it a magnet for pollinators like bees and butterflies. Marsh Hibiscus Is Very Important To Swamp Lands Besides their visual appeal, Marsh Hibiscus plays a crucial ecological role in wetland ecosystems. Their nectar-rich flowers provide a vital food source for pollinators, while their dense growth helps stabilize soil and prevent erosion. Furthermore, they offer shelter and nesting sites for various wildlife species. Cultivating The Marsh Hibiscus Cultivating them in gardens and landscapes can be rewarding for those with suitable wet or soggy areas. While they thrive in moist soil and full sun, they can also tolerate some shade. Regular watering is essential to mimic their natural habitat, and they respond well to pruning in late winter. Overall, the Marsh Hibiscus is a captivating and ecologically valuable plant that showcases the beauty and resilience of native North American flora, making it a popular choice for both garden enthusiasts and conservationists alike.

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Maximilian Sunflower

Maximilian Sunflower

The Maximilian Sunflower (Helianthus maximiliani) is a native North American wildflower belonging to the family Asteraceae. This striking plant is named after the avid botanist and 19th-century Austrian Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian. It is commonly found throughout the central and western regions of the United States, particularly in the Great Plains and the Midwest. Maximilian Sunflower Reaches Up To 10 Feet Tall They are known for their tall, robust stalks reaching heights up to 10 feet (3 meters) or more. The plant features distinctive lance-shaped leaves that are alternately arranged along the stem, and the leaves can vary in size but are typically 3 to 8 inches long. One of the most striking features of this species is its bright yellow flowers, which usually have numerous narrow petals surrounding a prominent dark brown or black center. These flowers can measure up to 4 inches (10 cm) in diameter and are on branching stems. This species typically blooms from late summer into early fall, attracting pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and other insects, with its abundant nectar and pollen. Their seeds are an essential food source for birds, particularly in winter. Where To Plant Maximilian Sunflower Maximilian Sunflowers are well-suited to various growing conditions, including prairies, meadows, and open woodlands. They are hardy and adaptable, thriving in well-drained soils and full sun. Their deep roots make them drought-resistant and excellent for xeriscaping and natural landscaping. Maximilian Sunflowers Are Valued For Their Beauty Gardeners and conservationists value them for their beauty, ability to attract wildlife, and role in soil stabilization. They are often used in native plant gardens and restoration projects to enhance biodiversity and support local ecosystems. Additionally, they have cultural significance for some Native American tribes, who have utilized various parts of the plant for traditional medicinal and ceremonial purposes. In summary, the Maximilian Sunflower is a tall and vibrant native wildflower that adds beauty and ecological value to North American landscapes. Its resilience, attractive appearance, and role in supporting pollinators and wildlife make it a popular choice for gardeners and conservationists.

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Mayapple

Mayapple

The Mayapple will be a delightful addition to your Spring garden. It is easy to plant and will grow happily and with minimal maintenance. Gardeners and landscapers enjoy the distinctive beauty of the plant. The leaves are large and striking in color and colossal mass. This perennial plant will look beautiful for months to come. The Growth Of Mayapple Mayapple will grow to a height of about 12 inches to a max of 18 inches. The leaves will grow to more than 12 inches in width. The plant is known as a species of podophyllum peltatum. It sometimes goes by the name of duck's foot. It is a member of the Japanese barberry family. A part of the plant, grown on the leaf as a small fruit, is considered edible by some researchers. If eaten, it should be only when the apple is fully ripe.  The Stunning Foliage Of The Mayapple The leaf's colors will vary throughout the season. It will start as a variation of olive green. Throughout the shades of olive green, there will also be a copper hue that will be evident in the early growing stages of the Spring. This would be in May and a bit sooner in Zone 5 for most zones. Later in the season, expect a change of color to solid green. It is not unusual to get variations of colors from leaf to leaf.  Where The Mayapple Does Best Mayapple plants are found in the northeastern areas of North America. They typically prosper best in zones 3 to 8. It is recommended that they be planted in a sunny location with moist soil and compost. In a more shady location, they will do best with abundant water. The plant will blossom in some climates in the early summer, possibly as early as May.

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Milkweed Plant

Milkweed Plant

Milkweed Plant is an easy-to-grow plant that is essential for many butterfly gardens. Several characteristics that appeal to gardeners and butterfly watchers alike include its size, flowering time, sturdiness, and natural attraction for butterflies. They are typically found in Zones 3 to 9. It enjoys full sun but can deal with a bit of shade here and there. Milkweed Plants Can Get Up To 5 Feet High They usually appear in bunches of strong green stalks that could reach up to 5 feet high but typically 2 to 4 feet. Thanks to the sturdy nature of these stems, there is no need to prop them up; they will stand on their own. The leaves are various shades of green, thick and robust. They grow to about 6 to 8 inches long and 2 to 4 inches wide. It is ideal for planting to place these about 18 inches apart. Additionally, this flower requires no fertilizers and does well in less-than-perfect soil. Their flower pods grow from the top of the flower and are usually found in small groups, producing many flowers at once. The flowers grow to about .75 inches and .4 inches wide. They are generally light to dark pink and let off a lovely, sweet scent. The Milkweed Plant Grows Fruit Pods Fruit pods also grow on Milkweed plants. They are about 4 inches long and shaped like a sphere, with little nubs growing on them. The pods start out green and, as they mature, turn brown. At this stage, they can be used for flower arrangements. Once they dry completely, they will split open. Many seeds can be taken from one pod. Milkweed Plant Is a Vital Butterfly Garden Plant Finally, the Milkweed plant is an ideal and vital flower for Monarch Butterflies. Not only do they eat the leaves, but they also form their chrysalis and mature and hatch on the very same flower.

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Mimosa Tree

Mimosa Tree

The mimosa tree or albizia julibrissin, grows best in hardiness zones 6-10. With its ability to adapt and grow in many different types of soil, it can reach a mature height of 20-40 feet and a spread of 20-25 feet. The Mimosa Tree Has Fern-Like Leaves They grow rapidly, especially in full sun. This graceful, ornamental type is chosen by many for its beautiful leaves, flowers, and scent. They have particularly lovely fern-like leaves. They are bi-pinnate compound leaves, growing in pairs of 20 to 30 leaflets on each branch. Their rich green color is a nice contrast to the bright pink flowers that bloom on them between May and July. The Mimosa Tree Has Puffy Pink Blooms The flowers have a unique appearance. The blooms look like pom-poms or powder puffs, and the thin threads of the blossom make them fluffy and light in both appearance and touch. The feel of the flowers has provided its nickname: the silk Mimosa tree. The scent of the blossoms is sweet and robust and tends to attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Even the fruit is pretty, with long brown seed pods appearing after blossom time and sometimes lasting into the winter. Mimosa Tree Is Easy To Grow It was originally native to China but has been grown and cultivated in North America since the 1700s. In addition to adapting well to various soils and being relatively tolerant of drought conditions, it spreads quickly and well via its seeds, which are carried by wildlife and water. It is also known for making a comeback when it has been cut back. They will often re-sprout quickly and have been known to grow in contaminated or less-than-ideal soil conditions. Although the mimosa tree grows best in zones 6-10, it has been spotted from time to time in warm pockets of zone five. However, in those conditions, it tends to grow shorter, to only about ten feet, looking more like a shrub.

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Mitchella Repens

Mitchella Repens

Mitchella Repens is a native perennial ground cover that will add interest to that slightly attractive shady spot under the trees. It features a small, woody, trailing vine with 6 to 12-inch, thin, stringing stems. It is not a climber but spreads out on the ground. The stringers will root in node spots and continue to fill in the space nicely. Mitchella Repens Is An Evergreen Plant The leaves sport a lovely dark evergreen year-round. They are about half an inch wide and have light yellow leaf ribbing. Late in spring, little white flowers appear. The flowers will bloom in early summer. Mitchella Repens are loaded with scent and freshen up the whole yard. Later in the season, little red berries will appear to add even more interest. These berries will last all winter. They will invite a few woodland creatures and birds to visit, as they love to eat these berries. Mitchella Repens Does Great In Rich Soil And Shady Areas It thrives well in shady, rich organic soils. It is truly a winter show-off. The dark green leaves with their red berries look so festive. Although the seeds will sprout two years after maturing, the best way to plant this ground cover is from one-year-old cuttings. The Mitchella Repens Is Very Low-Maintenance Once Mitchella Repens is established and hardy, it is low maintenance and easy to control. They have abundant color and scent and are an excellent ground cover for shady spots in your landscaping. Check with your local garden supply or use the internet to research and ensure the plant will thrive in your shaded areas. When planted with this enchanting ground cover, the once dull, lifeless areas of your landscaping will look more like a festive party.

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Monarda Bee Balm

Monarda Bee Balm

The Monarda Bee Balm is a North American perennial that thrives in woodland areas. It is a genus of blooming plants in the mint family Lamiaceae. Common plant names include Oswego, bergamot, and horsemint. The plants thrive in the sun and well-drained, moist soil. However, they produce fewer flowers and spread horizontally when grown in partial shade. Monarda Bee Balm Gets Quite Large A mature plant is 24 to 48 inches high and 12 inches wide. It does well in rich, wet soil with a pH range of 6.5 and grows best in hardiness zones 4 to 9.  Monarda Bee Balm Has Very Unique Blooms The Monarda Bee Balm has an open flower shaped like a daisy with tube-shaped petals in the gloom of purple, white, red, and pink. There are fifteen kinds and over fifty different plant cultivars grown in gardens, while some are found in the wild. Their plant's flowering period is from July to August. Monarda Bee Balm Has A Rich History The Monarda Bee Balm, which is indigenous to North America, got its botanical name from Nicholas Mornadez, a Spanish physician who was the first to discover and define the plant in the 16th century. Early American settlers called it Oswego since the Oswego Indians were using it. Currently, Bergamot is also referred to as Scarlet. • All pollinators, including butterflies and hummingbirds, also prefer the plant. • It contains high concentrations of thymol, a potent antiseptic found in mouthwash. Hardy Planting Zones- 4-9 Sun or Shade – Part Shade to Total Sun Mature Height - 3-4' Mature Width- 2-3' Bloom Season – Late Summer Gardener Status- Beginner Soil Type- any moist soil

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Mood Moss  - 5 Square Feet

Mood Moss - 5 Square Feet

Mood Moss, or Dicranum scoparium, is a native to North America. It does not like constant moisture. Its curved leaves will vary in color from green-yellowish to dark green. This is dependent upon the health of it. While happy to grow atop any surface, it prefers a forest floor-type environment to thrive in. It is an acrocarpous type that appears a bit on the fluffy side. It is expected to be found in tightly clumped groups. Its leaves tend to wave in a curved manner. The shallow root system allows it to be found on stones in the natural habitat. Animals Love Mood Moss Mood Moss is safe for animals and is vital to its environment. This densely clumped type can make a safe space for smaller inhabitants, even providing food for some insects and larvae. Its texture and appearance are often sought after for a variety of terrariums. When kept in a controlled environment, it is recommended to supply plenty of drainage. This emotionally visual species is perfect for hobbyists. Mood Moss Loves Damp Landscapes Bright, indirect light works best for it. Humidity should be kept around 65%. A mild temperature in the high 60s to the low 70s will allow it to thrive, even under artificial lighting. Minimal trimming is needed, as this is a slower-growing member of the Dicranaceae family. The curved leaves typically grow to one side. Mood Moss shows its true beauty when conditions are favorable for propagation. Mood Moss Has Thick Foliage  The thick leaves project the plant's true happiness outwardly. Long stalks with small capsules are expelled into the air to reproduce. Lush clumps seem fragile and hurting when in need or vulnerable, providing an outward display of internal health. The display of temperament is fantastic.

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Moss Collection  - 5 Sqaure Feet

Moss Collection - 5 Sqaure Feet

We boast an extensive collection of moss, an ancient plant that can survive many different climates, is highly biodiverse, and makes for good ground cover in any garden setting. It grows well in plant hardiness zones 4-10. They do not bloom, but the variety of species available makes combining different types a very eye-catching garden scene. Moss Is Stunning In Fairy Gardens Some gardeners even prefer to grow it in containers, often called fairy gardens, because they can mimic grassy hills on a small scale and tell a story. Its height at maturity is short, making it optimal for ground cover or container gardens. They grow only a few centimeters to a foot high. Most prefer moist soil, which can increase the humidity for surrounding plants that may prefer higher humidity levels. Our Moss Collection Includes Many Varieties Some varieties prefer sun or shade, though most common varieties prefer at least partial shade since mosses have evolved to be on the ground, on rocks, and on the surfaces of other plants, mostly trees. They do not grow like typical rooted plants since they propagate from spores. Some grow in mounds, creating a small hilly look, and some grow in carpets. Common types include the common haircap, which can grow up to 16 inches tall. The fern is another type that can grow relatively fast and quickly. Baby tooth type prefers partial shade but will grow in everything from clay to sandy medium. A pincushion grows so that it looks like a tiny pincushion, giving it its name.  Try Our Moss In Your Landscape Feel free to contact us if you have any specific questions about our available moss types or how to best incorporate them into your next gardening project. Our expert gardeners will help you choose the best type for your project.

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Mulberry Tree

Mulberry Tree

The Mulberry Tree, scientifically known as Morus, is a deciduous type in the Moraceae family. It is renowned for its fruits. Mulberries are also cultivated for their fruit leaves (which are food for silkworms) and as ornamental additions to gardens, yards, and landscapes. They are native to Asia but have been cultivated and adapted to various climates worldwide. They are hardy and can flourish in a wide range of conditions. There are several species of them, with the most common being the white (Morus alba), red  (Morus rubra), and black (Morus nigra). The Fruit Of The Mulberry Tree They are small and sweet and often appear in varying colors, including white, red, and black.  They also have other significant benefits. Their leaves are the direct nutrition source for silkworms, which are used to produce silk. Mulberry Tree Is Known For Their Rapid Growth  They are known for their rapid growth with a spreading top that delivers ample shade. They have lobed leaves and produce small, inconspicuous flowers that develop into clusters of mulberries. The Mulberry Tree Is Also Aesthetically Appealing In addition to their applicable uses, the mulberry trees are valued for their aesthetic appeal. Their lush foliage and tasty fruits make them famous for home gardens and landscaping. In conclusion, the Mulberry tree is a versatile and attractive type known for its delicious fruits and leaves used for silkworms. Whether grown for its practical uses or ornamental value, gardeners and fruit enthusiasts worldwide continue to cherish them.

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Muskogee Crepe Myrtle

Muskogee Crepe Myrtle

Muskogee Crepe Myrtle is hardy in zones 7-9, grown in well-drained soil and full sun. It can achieve heights of 25' with a canopy of 15-20'. Individual cultivars have some variations on mature size; the famous "Muskogee" fits this description and is widely known for its beauty. Some cities have these trees lining the streets, and the sight is breathtaking when they bloom. These trees are indeed the quintessential tree of the south. The Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Is Known For More Than Its Blooms As attractive as the flowers are, there is only one reason to plant Muskogee Crepe Myrtle. The foliage during the summer is a rich, glossy green, which is a perfect background for the magnificent blooms. But the show continues into autumn. The foliage bursts into vibrant shades of red and orange, so this tree is popular with homeowners. This tree continues to provide interest even into winter, as the bark in many cultivars is beautiful. The bark will peel in mature trees, a perfectly normal process for this tree. The trunk and branches take on different hues of color, making it a tree for all seasons. Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Is A Fast Grower This tree is easy to grow and grows rapidly. If planted in an area that allows for its eventual size, pruning is unnecessary and will allow for a showier bark pattern to emerge. It does best in lightly acid-to-acid soil; water needs are low to average once established. It does need to be planted in full sun. This is a homeowner's dream as it shows resistance to disease and drought. Even the gardener's nemesis, deer, doesn't find this tree very palatable, making this an attractive solution to the problem of uninvited guests devouring the landscape. The Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Is Truly A Focal Point Muskogee Crepe Myrtle can be featured as a focal point in a perennial garden. They are stunning when used in mass plantings such as street trees or lining a winding driveway. Equally at home in the front or backyard, they provide an all-season canvas of color to enjoy. These trees bring grace and beauty wherever planted in rural, suburban, or large cities.

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Narcissus Daffodil

Narcissus Daffodil

Narcissus Daffodil has a trumpet-shaped corona. This distinct shape is set against a star-shaped background, usually in a contrasting color. The corona, also known as the cup, is surrounded by six petals that can be round, flat, or trumpeted. Other names used to describe this spring flower include jonquil and daffadowndilly. While widely known as golden yellow spring flowers, they also come in lime green and pink. Common color combinations include white/orange, yellow/orange, and yellow/white. The Size Of Narcissus Daffodil They come in a variety of sizes. Stem height starts at 2 inches for the miniature variety, and more significant types are up to 3 feet tall. Miniature blooms have half-inch flowers, while larger varieties have blooms up to 5 inches in size. They are reliably hardy within U.S.D.A. zones 3 to 8. Since they’re so robust and versatile, you’ll be able to enjoy their cheerful spring presence even in windy and colder climates where warmer weather is often long in coming. How To Plant Narcissus Daffodil Plant these Narcissus Daffodil perennial bulbs in the fall in well-drained soil at a depth of triple the size of the bulb. Add organic bulb fertilizer right into the planting hole, and place the bulbs with the pointed end up. They do best in full sun but are fine in dappled shade, too.  Narcissus Daffodil Flowers For 3 Months  For a continuous flower show from March until May, you can plant different varieties that bloom in early, middle, and late spring. While they’re actively growing, give them around an inch of water per week until the blooms are spent. Mulch will help them conserve moisture. Once Narcissus Daffodils are done blooming in the spring, please don’t cut the leaves until they start to turn yellow. Since they quickly grow in significant clusters, they often cover hillsides and lawns. This makes these spring flowers ideal for turning problem areas into beautiful landscaping. They live for many years and naturalize easily, even in low-maintenance gardens.

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Natchez Crepe Myrtle

Natchez Crepe Myrtle

The Natchez crepe myrtle is a small deciduous tree that blooms during the summer. The soft, small flowers grow in white clusters and create a beautiful contrast against the glossy dark green leaves. The leaves continue to be pleasing to the eyes as they change to a rich red-orange during fall. Another attractive feature of this decorative tree is the smooth cinnamon-colored bark that peels on its own, giving it a rustic and appealing look. The shrub grows at a moderate pace and can extend to a stature of twenty feet and a width of twenty feet. Natchez Crepe Myrtle Growth This particular tree has a unique growth pattern that makes it appear to be a shrub rather than a tree. The tree's base is usually significantly shorter than the branches if the base even forms. The branches grow upwards more than outwards and create a thick, symmetrical canopy. The matter in which this tree grows and its attractive features have made it a favorite in private landscaping. It has especially become famous as a natural divider to provide privacy to yards. The beautiful contrast of colors has also made it a favorite as a simple lawn decoration. Where To Plant The Natchez Crepe Myrtle The Natchez crepe myrtle is primarily a southern-dwelling plant but can also grow in moderately warm coastal environments. It grows best in average, well-drained soils with plenty of direct sunlight. Once planted, it is best to water the shrub regularly to help establish a robust root system. Once the root system has developed enough in the soil, the tree only needs to be watered occasionally unless there is intense heat. Natchez Crepe Myrtle Is Very Low-Maintenance  The Natchez Crepe Myrtle is easy to care for once mature enough, only requiring pruning in late winter. The tree also has adequate resistance to pollutants, diseases, and insects, thus making the tree more durable than its delicate appearance.

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New York Fern

New York Fern

The New York Fern, or Thelypteris noveboracensis, is a perennial plant species. It has fronds that taper at the top toward the base, creating a triangular shape. The plant often grows along forest grounds in wet, boggy areas. Growing the plant in a garden is possible if the soil is rich, moist, and mulched. New York Fern Is A Perfect Border Plant It is a classic landscaping addition for those looking for tasteful, practical filler. This plant grows delicate, frilly fronds that add texture and liveliness to your property. Many homeowners choose it as a border plant along sidewalks or around trees. Its dense clusters of leaves make it ideal for any gaps you wish to fill, such as spots between flowering shrubs. The fronds fan out into statuesque bunches that look elegant in pots or window boxes. New York Fern Has Teardrop Shaped Leaves New York Fern has an elongated, teardrop shape of small, oval leaves. Each plant consists of a central stalk with smaller leaves arranged parallelly. This creates a graceful, feathery plant that is a little more giant than others. They usually clump together in bunches that reach around one to two feet in height and two to three feet in width.  New York Fern Provides Year-Round Coverage It is a favorite of people looking for something beautiful all year. This plant provides lush greenery even when many other plants have finished blooming. One of the great things about it is that it's a perennial plant that returns year after year. Though individual fronds will die off in the winter, you'll find bright new ones peaking through the soil each spring. The various colors of the New York Fern add excitement and visual appeal to any landscape. When they are new, they grow bright, yellow-green fronds, creating a vibrant springtime look. As they mature, they gradually deepen in color. A mature one is often an eye-catching emerald shade coordinating beautifully with other foliage. As each stalk reaches the end of its lifespan, it gradually lightens. In the fall or early winter, it is a lovely golden brown color that provides a classic, autumnal atmosphere.

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Nikko Blue Hydrangea

Nikko Blue Hydrangea

The stunning Nikko Blue Hydrangea is a shrub that grows its clusters in semi-shaded areas. The vibrant azure flowers bloom with handsome green foliage, usually on old wood. Sometimes, these deciduous flowers bloom with a pink, purple, or white hue instead of azure. Nikko Blue Hydrangea Is Fast Growing  While many people might consider the shrub a "showy" plant, that does not make it any less beautiful; it is fast-growing and easy to maintain, with its best bloom time in late spring or early summer. Plan to water regularly to keep the soil moist (i.e., a couple of times a week). Good companion plants include Holly, Rose of Sharon, Azaleas, and Sweetspires. If left to its own devices, this native Japanese plant can quickly reach four to six feet tall and wide. It typically grows at a rate of approximately 24 inches per year. Nikko Blue Hydrangea Soil and Water Conditions This kind of shrub likes moist soil that drains well. The most important thing to consider is the soil's acidity, or lack thereof, which ultimately plays a significant role in determining bloom color. More acidic soil produces that vibrant azure color, but pink appears with more alkaline mixtures. You can raise acidity by adding sphagnum peat moss to the soil or nitrogen fertilizer. When fully grown, some Nikko Blue hydrangeas can still grow in temperatures as frigid as 32 degrees Fahrenheit. That said, newer, younger plants must be grown in temperatures below 35 to 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Generally, these plants like mid to high humidity at any age, growing particularly well in summer. However, too much of a dry climate, like what you might find in a desert, can make the plant wither and droop. Details on Pruning The Nikko Blue Hydrangea Nikko blue hydrangeas require very little pruning. If you need to prune or cut your plant back, plan to do so before early fall and late summer to avoid cutting set buds or blooms. Cutting set buds could mean you don't grow flowers the following year. On the other hand, dead branches can be trimmed at any time.

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