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Bamboo PlantBamboo Plant
Bamboo Plant
Sale price$16.99
  • Planting Zones 4-8
Black Willow Stakes For Sale | Tn NurseryBlack Willow Stakes
Black Willow Stakes - Package of 25
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Black Willow Tree For Sale | Tn Nurserysalix nigra, black willow tree
Black Willow Tree
Sale price$24.99
  • Planting Zones 4-9
Cattail PlantCattail Plant
Cattail Plant
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  • Planting Zones 3-9
Coontail PlantCoontail Plant - 25 Plants $89.99 For Sale | Tn Nursery
Coontail Plant
Sale price$5.99
  • Planting Zones 5-9
Water Garden Package 10 Plants $26.99 For Sale | Tn NurseryWater Garden Package
Water Garden Package - 10 Plants
Sale price$22.99
  • Planting Zones 3-9
Weeping Willow For Sale | Tn NurseryWeeping Willow Tree  is a very fast-growing one, and it's also majestic enough to plant in upscale landscape designs.
Weeping Willow
Sale price$24.99
  • Planting Zones 4-9
Smooth Cord-GrassSmooth Cord-Grass
Smooth Cord-grass - Package of 25 Plants
Sale price$79.99
  • Planting Zones 4-9
Soft Rush Grass - 25 Plants $79.99 For Sale | Tn NurserySoft Rush Grass is a water-loving perennial plant that is very popular in water gardens.
Soft Rush Grass - Package of 25 Plants
Sale price$79.99
  • Planting Zones 4-9
Red Cardinal FlowerRed Cardinal Flower
Red Cardinal Flower
Sale price$5.99
  • Planting Zones 3-9
River Birch Live StakesRiver Birch Live Stakes For Sale | Tn Nursery
River Birch Live Stakes - Package of 25
Sale price$99.99
  • Planting Zones 4-9
River Birch blooms during April and May as it is easy to differentiate the gender of the birch tree.river birch tree
River Birch Tree
Sale price$24.99
  • Planting Zones 4-9
Sawgrass - Package of 25 Plants
Sale price$79.99
  • Planting Zones 3-7

Buy Wetland Plants from TN Nursery

Wetland plants have many uses in restoration and mitigation plants across the United States. TN Nursery sells quality bare-root native and wetland plants.


Less than a century ago, wetland areas of all sizes looked at something drained, filled in, or otherwise disposed of. After decades of re-education (and many hard-learned lessons), we know we were wrong about wetlands.

They prevent flooding and are one of the world's most extensive habitats for plants and animals. By acting as a filter, they can also stop and reduce the effects of pollution. And this applies to backyards as well as the Everglades.

1. Lily pads

2. cattails

3. Lizards Tail

4. Coon Tail

5. Red Cardinal flower

Is it a bare "wet spot" that never dries up? A long-ago abandoned swimming pool project? A "retention pond" caused by runoff? It's easy to create situations that form permanent or semi-permanent standing water bodies on a property.

But a water body without accompanying vegetation is a water hazard in more ways than one. It can act as a breeding ground for disease-spreading mosquitoes. It can attract non-native and undesirable plants and animals. And this water can move from unvegetated bodies into other parts of a yard and even into a house itself.

Instead of more drainage or construction to your property, try introducing native wetland plants to that problem wet area.

Wetland Plants prevent erosion and flooding, increase water oxygen, and filter toxins from standing water.

And planting these plants acts as a welcome mat to beneficial bugs, amphibians, and birds, reducing harmful insects.

As region and circumstances affect planting choices, you should make these selections with county extension agents' or local nurseries' input. But the right general decisions include:

1. Wetland Grasses

Plant a grass buffer zone that extends to the lip of the pond or wet area. Gamma grass and sand cordgrass are just two attractive examples that prevent erosion. Once your "pioneers" have become established, other backyard water plants that do well are:

2. Water's Edge

Native plants that grow at the pond's very edge or shallow water include the iris, cattails, and the gorgeous cardinal (which hummingbirds love) flower. These plants draw and feed on pollutants from very wet soil.

3. "Floaters."

Natives like basswood and the stunning water lilies provide essential cover for animals and clean and purify water by absorbing toxins.

Submerged Plants

Clusters of underwater plants provide everything from food to cover to "nurseries." They also filter out toxins, help to aerate the water, and prevent the overgrowth of algae. Good native choices include water starwort and curled pondweed.

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