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Pink Weigela

Pink Weigela

The Pink Weigela pronounced ‘why-gee-luh’, is a welcome sight to gardeners as it is often the first bloom as spring season begins. This upright growing habit, also a member of the honeysuckle family, produces clusters of pink tubular-shaped flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies alike. While this variety can thrive in either full sun or shade, it is important to note that it does not do well in the hottest regions if considering a full sun placement. While it is highly tolerant of heat, it requires consistent watering to perform at its best. This shrub requires moist, soil and consistent watering during its first season to become well established and to mature to its showy best. Benefits Of Planting Pink Weigela It is a moderate to fast grower gaining up to 18” a year in new growth. This hardy shrub can grow as wide as it is tall so consider the appropriate spacing when introducing this beauty into your garden design. There are many varieties to consider and each variety puts forth interesting, brilliant foliage that offer significant contrasts within your garden and/or landscape areas. The foliage, whether that of a deep, purplish hue or a bright, nearly glowing green, are the perfect backdrop for the pink blooms that also vary in color depth. The long blooming season makes this a preferred garden choice for the zones indicated. Lure Wildlife With Garden Plant Nursery Plants Pink Weigela has certainly won over gardeners of all skill levels as it requires little tending. The bold statement made by this shrub cannot be emphasized enough. The satisfaction you will realize by seeing the nectar-loving hummingbirds and butterflies that flock to enjoy these at your location is truly worth it! As you are beginning your plantings planning or enhancing existing plantings in your yard, we can assure that you will not be disappointed by this long-life, hardy shrub. Attributes Of The Shrub Hardy Planting Zone: 4-8 Bloom Season (if any): Early Spring to Late Summer Bloom Color: Pink Height at Maturity: up to 5’ Soil Type Preferred: moist, well-drained soils Sun or Shade: Full sun and partial sun

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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. This Perennial 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. They are often used to create colorful borders, naturalize woodland areas, or add vibrant accents to flower beds. 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. Shop Today At Wholesale Nursery Co

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Purple Hibiscus

Purple Hibiscus

Rosa-sinensis means rose of China, where the purple hibiscus has been cultivated for centuries and the region where it originated. The purple hibiscus is a tropical perennial shrub. This plant is both an annual and perennial herbaceous plant growing into small trees or woody shrubs. The plant is renowned for its showy flowers, which are large trumpet shaped petals in groups of five or more. It’s also known as the tropical hibiscus and the Fischer's double tropical hibiscus. It comes from the Malvaceae family of plants. Purple Hibiscus Bloom Time In the early summer and early fall expect to see the shrub in full bloom. Only leafy dark green foliage remains in the late fall and winter. This plant grows very fast and can be grown in containers, near garden ponds, in outdoor living areas, as landscape borders and in perennial gardens. Its optimal growing zones are from zone 9a to 10b, tropical and subtropical regions. The Hibiscus is a national flower for many countries, Haiti, South Korea, Malaysia, and the Solomon Islands. Where To Plant The Shrubs It prefers six hours per day in full sun or mostly sunny areas with well-drained loamy, sandy or silty soil. The soil's pH should be 6-8. It’s very resistant to heat. The shrub grows to 5 to 6 feet high with a width of 4 to 6 feet. In the wild they grow up to 32 feet. The shrub grows fast, needs the average amount of watering and when planted in a landscape will draw butterflies, hummingbirds and song birds to your garden. Shop At Garden Plant Nursery To propagate the purple hibiscus, the gardener can plant its seeds, use grafting, cuttings, tissue culture and air-layering. The hibiscus blooms from late June to early August through to the first frost. To maintain a healthy looking plant, thin out the plant regularly. It can't thrive when the foliage is too dense.

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Silky Dogwood

Silky Dogwood

A member of the Cornaceae botanic family, the Silky Dogwood Shrub is characterized as a medium to large-sized deciduous shrub. Native to the eastern and central parts of both the United States and Canada, this foliage thrives in moist conditions. It will generally extend to a size of eight feet or higher and produce clusters of creamy white flowers in the spring. The Growth Of Silky Dogwood This shrub grows in an open and rounded fashion and produces multiple stems. The shrub will showcase dark green leafy foliage throughout most of the year, complete with dark, reddish-colored stems. Its leaves are elliptically shaped and will reach a length of two to three and a half inches and a width of three-quarters to two inches. Each will have an abruptly tapered tip and rounded base. As fall nears, this unique shrub's leaves will transition from dark green to a burgundy color. The Bloom Of The Shrub In the springtime, this shrubbery will blossom with clusters of white, creamy flowers. These uniquely interesting blooms take on a convex cluster shape that spans between one and two and a half inches. Each flower will have four lance-like elongated triangular petals, complete with four sharp-like sepals. Most flowers will have a width of three-eighths of an inch. The flower's four stamens are just as long as its petals, and they cluster around the bright green center style. Starting between August and September, this shrub will produce berry-like blue drupes. These are showcased in clusters and attract a wide variety of wildlife, including squirrels, hummingbirds, songbirds, and waterfowl. The shrub has many different name variations, including Cornus Amomum, Pale Dogwood, Red Willow, Kinnikinnik, Silky Cornel, and Swamp Dogwood. Due to its unique abstract growth style, this particular shrub is best placed in naturalized sites or near wet areas. It can be extremely effective for erosion control of a specific area. Shop Today At Garden Plant Nursery  Silky Dogwood isn't prone to any serious diseases or insect problems. You can anticipate it to flower in spring, produce berry-like fruit in the summer, and bare down to only deeply hued purple twigs during the winter. It has a moderate growth rate of one to three feet per year.

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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 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 larger 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 USDA 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 This Perennial Plant these 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 they’ll be just fine in dappled shade too. Get Yours Today At Garden Plant Nursery 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 blooms are spent. Mulch will help them conserve moisture. Once Narcissus Daffodils are done blooming in the spring, don’t cut the leaves until they start to turn yellow. Since they easily grow in big 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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Pampas Grass - 10 Pack

Pampas Grass - 10 Pack

Pampas grass is a magnificent ornamental plant that hails from the vast grasslands of South America, particularly the Pampas region of Argentina and Uruguay. With its graceful and feathery plumes, pampas grass has become popular in gardens and landscaping worldwide. This stunning perennial grass is renowned for its impressive size, with mature specimens often reaching heights of up to 10 feet or more. Its long, arching leaves are characterized by their silvery-green hue and razor-sharp edges, giving the plant a distinctive appearance. However, it's the plumes that truly steal the show. Pampas grass produces beautiful, creamy-white or pinkish plumes that can tower above the foliage, creating an ethereal and enchanting display. Pampas Grass Is Exceptionally Low Maintenance, Thriving In Various Soil Types And Climates One of the most attractive features of pampas grass is its low maintenance requirements. It's a hardy plant that thrives in various soil types and climates, making it suitable for gardens from temperate to subtropical regions. Once established, it requires minimal watering and can withstand drought conditions. Pampas grass is a versatile addition to any landscape, offering several uses beyond its aesthetic appeal. Thanks to its sturdy root system, it serves as an excellent windbreak and erosion control plant. The plumes are often used in floral arrangements, lending a touch of elegance to weddings and other special events. The Grass Is Great For Wildlife Wildlife enthusiasts love this plant, attracting birds and small mammals seeking shelter or food. Its large size and striking appearance make it an iconic choice for creating privacy screens or as a focal point in garden design. In summary, pampas grass is a stunning, low-maintenance plant that brings beauty and versatility to gardens and landscapes. Its elegant plumes, resilience, and adaptability make it a beloved choice among gardeners and homeowners worldwide, offering a touch of South American charm to any outdoor space. Shop At Garden Plant Nursery

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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 it always exceeds any of your expectations. Awesome 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, then 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. This Perennial 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. Just like the planting instructions for the tall bearded iris, this one also requires partial exposure of the rhizome to light. If you cover all of this root, it 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 helps to ensure a mass of bloom. Try Garden Plants Nursery Today 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 as they nestle among the blossoms, sipping the natural nectar. Making a decision to include Dwarf Crested Iris for native birds further activates your landscape and brings it to life with changing colors and movement.

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Purple Love Grass - 10 pack Ships In April

Purple Love Grass - 10 pack Ships In April

Purple Love Grass is a type of ornamental grass that is native to areas with sandy soil. It can be found naturally in the wild in Maine, Texas, Florida and most other American states where sand and rocky terrain are present. Because of its ornate nature, it makes a perfect complement to your garden during the hot and dry summer months. It is incredibly drought-tolerant, so the grass can be dry as a bone and still look gorgeous. It spreads anywhere from one to two feet across and one to two feet high, so it's ideal for those barren spots in your landscape or garden where nothing else will grow. The plant gets its name because of its beautiful, lush purple-reddish growth that is present from June through August. Purple Love Grass Loves Well-Drained Soil When planting it, it's best to find a sunny spot that has good drainage. Plant the grass about a food apart to allow it to grow to its full potential and to prevent the grass from becoming lodged. Proper soil drainage is important because the grass can get root rot if the roots are allowed to sit in water for too long. For this reason, many people steer clear of richer and more organic soils that hold onto moisture and avoid using mulch as often as possible. Mulch is a natural water absorbing material and will rot out the grass quickly if it's allowed to sit among the wooden chips. It does well in American zones 5 through 9. The Grass Is Drought-Tolerant One particular place that Purple Love Grass can be found is in Arizona and New Mexico. Arizona is a dry and hot state where most plants simply will not thrive or grow at all. However, because of the drought-tolerant and hardy nature of the plant, it does well in rock gardens and in pure sand where rain is scarce and water is a luxury. Choosing a high-quality type like we have is important when looking for years of regrowth and beautiful foliage. Shop At Garden Plant Nursery

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Red Tulips

Red Tulips "seadov"

Red tulips, with their vibrant crimson hue and elegant, cup-shaped blooms, symbolize love, passion, and perfect love. These stunning flowers belong to the lily family, Liliaceae, and are among the most popular and beloved springtime flowers worldwide. Their timeless beauty and rich cultural significance make them a favorite choice for gardens, bouquets, and various floral arrangements. The flowers are known for their striking appearance. The deep red petals of the flower are often contrasted with bright green leaves and stems, creating a visually captivating display. This fiery color symbolizes deep emotions, making red tulips an ideal gift for expressing love and affection. They are often associated with true love and are a popular choice for romantic gestures and declarations. It Is A Perennial Plant Aside from their romantic symbolism, they also carry historical significance. They have been cultivated for centuries and are thought to have originated in the Ottoman Empire, where they were considered a symbol of paradise on Earth. The word "tulip" itself is believed to be derived from the Turkish word for turban due to the flower's resemblance to the headgear worn by Ottoman sultans. Red Tulips Are Extremely Low-maintenance They are versatile and can be used in various settings and contexts. They make excellent additions to gardens, where their vibrant color can brighten the landscape and bring a sense of vitality to any space. In floral arrangements, they serve as a powerful focal point, commanding attention with their bold red hue. Their graceful form extends well to more formal settings, such as weddings and special occasions. In conclusion, the red tulips symbolize love and passion with a rich history and timeless appeal. Their stunning appearance and emotional significance make them a popular choice for expressing deep feelings and adding a touch of grace to gardens and floral displays. Whether given as a gift or grown in a park, red tulips continue to captivate and inspire people worldwide with their beauty and symbolism. Shop At Garden Plant Nursery

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Blue Cohosh

Blue Cohosh

Native to Missouri, the Blue Cohosh plant can grow to a height of between one and three feet. Its upright, purplish, waxy stems showcase Foliage at their midsections, which start out as a smoky blue hue during the spring and transition to a bluish-green hue when they fully mature. Blue Cohosh Has Unique Foliage Leaf clusters will develop near the apex of the stems. These clusters are typically comprised of three compound leaflets, and each leaflet is further divided into nine subleaflets for maximum Foliage. Each leaflet grows to about two and one-half inches in length and width. These leaves are hairless and toothless, which makes them the perfect background foliage for this plant's flowers and fruit. The Perennial Has Small Sweet Flowers Alongside the unique Foliage of the plant, it will be ornamented in the springtime with flowers. These are around half of an inch in diameter with six-pointed sepals that appear in a brownish-green to yellowish-green hue. Each flower features six yellow inner stamens, complete with a green ring in the center. When the summer heats up, these flowers will concede to beautifully attractive green berry-like seeds. These seeds are the most visibly desirable part of this plant, and they sit starkly above the leaf canopy. All seeds take on a rich blue color and develop a fleshy outer coating in the late summer. Many viewers will state that the seeds remind them of small grapes. As this perennial experiences a thinning in its Foliage later in the year, these seeds provide a necessary ornament for any garden. Shop Today At Garden Plant Nursery The Blue Cohosh plant can be referred to as Caulophyllum Thalictroides, Squaw-Root, Caulophylle Faux-Pigamon, and Papoose-Root. It's a member of the Berberidaceae family and is well-known to grow into a mature, bushy perennial. Its root system is fibrous and rhizomatous, which makes this plant perfect for growing in a variety of conditions. The sweet nectar in this plant attracts honeybees, its plethora of Foliage attracts caterpillars, and its berries attract woodland birds. This plant is naturally deer and rabbit-resistant.

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Pink Flowering Dogwood

Pink Flowering Dogwood

The Pink Dogwood Tree, commonly known as one of the fastest-growing ornamental trees, will reach a height of 15 to 25 feet in zones 5 through 8 in acid, rich, clay, or loamy soil. The only thing to be aware of is that whichever soil is kept moist but well-drained in a sunny location.They have long been a favorite for landscapers because of the carefree maintenance these beautiful flowering trees can require. Unlike fruit trees, dogwood blossoms do not require messy cleanup as they float to the ground. Adding the tree to your yard will bring not only the delicate pink blooms but a mixture of wildlife that will flock to this great addition for their food. Songbirds will fill the branches to enjoy the red fruit that will ripen fully in the fall and winter. As this member of the dogwood is extremely adaptable, it makes the perfect tree for any novice to begin their landscaping needs. Stress over proper soil mixtures or situations will be removed from the gardener's thoughts as they plant this pink version of the glorious tree. Pink Dogwood Tree the year-round showpiece Spring and summer will have the lawn filled with the color of the blooms, making a glorious centerpiece to any garden or along the driveway for elegance. While the blossoms of this tree open with a pink influx of color in the spring to brighten up your yard, this graceful tree will provide year-round glory to any lawn and garden. The Tree Make Lawn Placement A Breeze Of all the ornamental trees available for planting this one tree should be your go to tree for a beautiful lawn its durability allows it to grow in the majority of areas and the ease of growing allows even the busiest of people to have beauty with all the fuss. The mature height allows diversity in planting areas as the 25-foot height can be near utility lines with less worry. Get Yours Today At Garden Plant Nursery Pink Dogwood Trees adds diversity of color to your landscape setting. Center this spring blooming color burst, adding eye appeal to the contrasting green of your lawn, and let the songbirds fill your ears with chirps of delight. Then, enjoy the checkered gray bark against the normally drab winter scene.

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Discover the best pollinator plants at TN Nursery. We proudly offer low prices on our selection, as we provide our grower-direct. With more than three generations and 64 years of serving gardeners nationwide, you can count on our services. They are 100% guaranteed for up to a year.

Why Your Garden Needs Pollinator Plants

Pollination is part of its life cycle. Butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds visit them and take pollen from the anthers. With the pollen in tow, the insect or bird deposits it into another flower’s stigma. Since the anthers are male flower parts and the stigma female parts, the flower will begin producing seeds and fruit after fertilization.

Growing pollinating plants is also useful for lending your garden beautiful pops of color and alluring fragrances. You can carve out a dedicated nook for relaxation, the perfect place to sit and watch the wildlife on a weekend or enjoy a book with the spring breezes in your hair.

Garden Plants Nursery Has a Great Variety

Discover the excitement of pollinating with TN Nursery. Perhaps you add lobelia to your garden to attract more insects. TN Nursery runs a deal where you can get 10 lobelia in one package hand-selected by our expert horticulturists. They are a cool, beautiful blue, and are a stunning, fiery red.

You can also browse TN Nursery’s assorted daylillies collection to get everything you need to start your own flower garden. The pack includes 15 assorted daylillies, with five in striking buttery yellow, five in gorgeous sunset orange, and five in delicate, passionate red. Our colorful wildflowers are some of the most beautiful around. When you shop at TN Nursery, your pack will include 25 flowers chosen for your specific zone Wildflowers are low-maintenance, as they’re moderately drought-tolerant. They’re also valuable for controlling backyard soil erosion. With so many appealing pollinators to select from, your garden will be rife with biodiversity.

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Dive into the wild world of pollinators to ensure your yard will grow lush and beautiful. Bring in more bees and monarch butterflies with TN Nursery’s affordable, elegant selection of pollinator-attractant plants. The sheer variety available, combined with our affordable pricing and fast shipping, make ours a top choice for gardeners looking to add more to their yards for less.