Plants For Tennessee

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Plants Perfect For Tennessee

 

Living in Tennessee and looking for hardy plants for the area? Have we ever got you covered? Every plant we sell online at https://www.tnnursery.net is hardy for TN! But here are a few favorites that are super low maintenance and easy to grow.

 

Burning Bush

 

 The beautiful Burning Bush will typically grow between four to eight feet in height and width at maturity. This colorful shrub grows in a variety of soil conditions. Its Bountiful leaves change from a rich green color to a brilliant red hue making Burning Bush an excellent choice for any landscape.

 

 Witch Hazel

 

 The feathery flowers on the Witch Hazel are a delight to the senses. The shrub boasts a great burst of yellow flowers in the idyllic season of Spring in Tennessee. Its oval-shaped leaves grow to approximately four inches long. The Witch Hazel is a favorite of gardeners who seek a shrub that requires only minimum maintenance. 

 

 Forsythia

 

 The Forsythia shrub requires very little care while providing many months of exquisite beauty to your landscape. From early Spring to the late Summer, the shrub delicately overflows with beautiful flowers. The flowers have elongated petals, and each will turn from a pretty light yellow to deep yellow. When Fall arrives, enjoy the striking deep green flowers and leaves of the Forsythia shrub.

 

 Natchez Crepe Myrtle

 

 This fantastic shrub will grow to approximately 20 feet at maturity. Natchez Crape Myrtle requires very little care after planting. The rich green foliage is the perfect backdrop when its beautiful white flowers are in bloom; Natchez Crape Myrtle loves the sun. It's sure to be a fabulous, bird-friendly addition to your TN property all year.

 

 Red Oster Dogwood

 

 Red Oster Dogwood is a versatile shrub that grows to a maximum height of 10 feet high. This attractive shrub features a barrage of colors as the white flowers change from a pretty red to a deep maroon. Red Oster Dogwood grows seamlessly in full sun. It's easy to care for, and its 

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