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I loved the vines I bought from you. Also, my viburnums are doing good too. They were slow to green out this year, but they are all beautiful and in excellent shape. I will always be a fan of Tennessee Wholesale Nursery. Pam Ledbetter, Dearborn Heights MI

 

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Ground covers such as flowering vines spread quickly and cover everything, making them attractive in yards and gardens. They have lush foliage and colorful flowers, contributing to the relaxed atmosphere of an outdoor sitting area. They will also remain verdant for many years to come, providing beauty with very little maintenance. Ground covers can be selected to go with the surrounding shrubs and flowers to all form a pleasing, harmonious whole. When everything is blooming, the garden can be a riot of color-coordinated blossoms.

Vinca Minor

Flowering vines are generally not picky about their environment. They can thrive in a wide range of light levels, allowing them to cover all areas, sunny or shaded. An example is vinca minor, a lovely little plant that spreads even in densely shaded garden spots. Vinca minor is a vine with thick, heavily veined leaves and delicate flowers ranging from white to vivid purple. It thrives in moist conditions so that it will grow almost anywhere. Undesirable weeds are covered and shaded out, leaving a cover of Vinca that is all the same height and color. If any weeds make it through the Vinca covering, yard owners need not worry about using standard weed killers since Vinca has a waxy coating on its leaves, making it impervious to most herbicides. This is good for gardeners who like these flowering vines since one can freely spray for the weeds without hurting the Vinca. 

 English Ivy

Another plant that is a blessing for the landscaper and homeowner is English ivy. It’s just as easy to grow and lush as Vinca but has more climbing ability. While Vinca sticks close to the ground, English ivy climbs up and over walls, rocks, and other features. It does this by extending roots ending in grasping pads capable of holding almost any material. Because of its ability to cover even horizontal surfaces, this ivy has been used as a ground cover on ugly, churned soil at construction sites and other disturbed areas. Its dense, dark leaves will obscure anything under them and eliminate unsightly weeds. An attractive quality of this ivy is that its flowers are appetizing to various insects such as butterflies and other nectar-eaters, while its berries draw many types of birds. During spring and summer, these plants are a constant source of nature-watching pleasure. Bird watchers, butterfly fans, and beekeepers love them.

Viburnum Shrubs - 5 Plants 3-4 Feet, Hand Selected For Your Zone 

Viburnum shrubs thrive in the sun and shade and grow best in hardiness zones 3-9. The shrubs make a beautiful border for yards and gardens and are deer and drought-resistant. Viburnum shrubs bloom in the spring, and there are more than 150 species available. The shrubs usually grow to about 3 feet at maturity, but some trees fall into the Viburnum category that grows as tall as 30 feet. The shrubs yield delicate white flowers and tiny berries. Viburnum has a pleasant scent that attracts birds and insects. However, the plants are deer resistant, so they will remain intact if deer forage your property looking for food. Arrowood Viburnum is a dense-growing shrub that thrives in several soil conditions. This shrub is an excellent choice for privacy hedges and wood breaks. Black Haw Viburnum is also adaptable to several soil conditions and is easy to grow and maintain. The shrub's spread can reach up to 12 feet, and the plant yields white flowers at the beginning of May. Black Haw Viburnum is also known for its dark blue fruit that is safe to eat. 

Nannyberry shrubs are classified as small trees or large shrubs. The plant has stunning white blooms and berries that are deep purple. This shrub is native to the northeast and midwest regions of the U.S. and grows in the southern area of Canada as well. These shrubs thrive in both moist and dry soil. If you want shrubs with a unique bloom arrangement, the Viburnum plicatum is a great voice. It produces flowers in a double-file pattern. The Viburnum dentatum is another beautiful shrub with horizontal branches, making it easy to see the blooms. Viburnum shrubs include many diverse plants and are closely related to the Weigela and honeysuckle shrubs. These plants grow well together since they flourish in similar soil and sun conditions.

 

Southern Arrowwood - Viburnum dentatum 

Viburnum dentatum, commonly known as southern arrowwood, roughish arrowwood, or arrowwood viburnum, is a fruit-bearing shrub native to the central and eastern parts of the United States and Canada. It grows to be 6-12 feet tall and up to 10 feet wide and has oval-shaped dark green leaves with jagged edges, which change color to a deep, lovely red in Autumn. In spring and summer, Viburnum dentatum produces small white flowers which grow in clusters that are 2-4 inches across and are often fragrant. In Autumn, it produces fruit, which is dark purple or black and berry-like. These berries are often consumed by birds, while the flowers attract butterflies, moths, and hummingbirds; to say the least, you will see lots of beautiful wildlife in your yard after planting Viburnum dentatum. It also provides an excellent food source for bees, which are essential to plant life. Because of its size, this plant makes an excellent privacy hedge or even just a single beautiful bush. Viburnum dentatum is a flexible plant--it can thrive in full sun, part sun, or full shade. It can also thrive in either dry or wet soil, but it prefers moist soil. Viburnum dentatum grows in climate zones 3-8 and prefers a soil pH of 6.6-7.5 but will tolerate higher pH. To obtain more seeds for the next year, either buy more or take the berries from the plant in late fall. Over winter, they must be stored in a cool, dark place, preferably around 41 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, they may be planted about 5 feet apart to allow them to grow to their full size. This bush is a beautiful addition to any backyard as hedges, a privacy screen, or just a single plant. Viburnum dentatum ships in bare-root form and ready to plant.

 

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