Vines and Grasses

Posted by Tammy Sons on Jan 30, 2016

Grasses

The upkeep of your lawn is very important because it can make or break the overall aesthetics of your home. Think about it, when you read a book, the author usually describes a beautiful home as having a thick, luscious and green grass. Grass is very important to the overall curb appeal of a home or a business and, as a result, you should be well informed about some of the species of grass. In addition, there are several types of grass plants available, which can add a lovely touch to your lawn. This article will provide information and the pros and cons of some species of grass plants.

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Cattails

This type of grass is very beautiful, like the name, it looks sort of like the tail of a cat. If you have ever taken a walk near a lake, you have probably seen a cattail. This type of grass can grow to heights of up to ten feet, and they can add a lovely touch to your lawn. Nevertheless, the cattail can multiply very quickly, therefore, making it a disadvantage. If you are interested in getting cattails, you should be aware that you must control their multiplication. Overall, the cattails make a great addition for your lawn, but you should take in certain factors such as where you live and if you can keep their multiplication under control. If you decide on getting this plant, Tennessee Wholesale Nursery offers a wide variety of beautiful, high quality cattail plants that are sure to please.

Bul Rush grass

One of the most beautiful types of ornamental grasses, the Bul Rush is visually pleasing to the eye. Purchasing this type of special grass can give your home or place of business something extra. They are characterized by tall plants that look as if several honey bees or bumblebees are resting on the stem of the plant. They are a lovely addition to a garden because they add a delicate touch. Tennessee Wholesale Nursery is the leading provider of this type of grass.

Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass

Grass plants and ornamental grasses can add a little something extra for a home, a garden or even a place of business. There are several grasses that you can get for your particular region. Tennessee Wholesale Nursery is the leading plants and flower wholesale supplier because we are dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality plants available. We offer a wide variety of plants, grasses, decorative grasses, flowers, etc out of all the other plant nurseries, and all of our products are of the finest quality. In addition, our staff will be more than happy to answer any questions or concerns pertaining to any of the plants and their maintenance. Our grasses are guaranteed to be the greenest, thickest and healthiest grass and our prices are very affordable. Having beautiful grass can dramatically improve the aesthetics of your home, store or elsewhere. That’s why for all your flower and gardening needs, you should shop at Tennessee Wholesale Nursery.

Vines

Vines can be very attractive, prevent soil erosion, and hide bald soil patches underneath trees and shrubs. Vines are often used as ground covers on slopes and hilly locations.

Bishops Weed

English ivy has been used as customary ground covers and requires moist soil with high humidity. The ivy grows flat and even. A sprig of English ivy can grow up to eight inches long and can climb up to fifty feet or more. It is grown chiefly for its evergreen leaves. Prune the ivy in the spring to hinder the bacteria on its leaves. Spray with soap that kills insects and horticultural oils often to control spider mites. It is also a poisonous plant.

Euonymus Fortunei

English ivy needs to be planted in well-drained earth in partly shaded to full shaded locations. Because this ivy grows well in shade, it is used for ground covers for places that doesn't have a lot of grass. It is good for squeezing out weeds. When planted on slopes, it prevents soil erosion. In recent times, this ivy has been considered as invasive and some people wish to learn how to remove it. Maybe as many as those who want to plant the ivy.

Partirdge Berry or Squaw Vine is an evergreen that doesn't climb but does spread out. It does produce flowers and fruits. The fruits are eaten by birds, foxes, mice, and skunks. PIt's loved an grown for its beautiful red berries and shiny leaves. The red berries are edible and taste a little like wintergreen. The red berries look like cranberries but aren't kindred.Partirdge Berry plants are used to cover the bare ground in shady locations. It can be propagated by cuttings and it does spread over the ground. The plants are used for Christmas ornamentation. Native American women made a brew of tea from the leaves and the berries were eaten during childbirth.

Partridge Berry

Vinca Minor is the smallest of the two vines used to cover the ground. It is also known as myrtle, common periwinkle, or vinca. It flowers in the spring with blue, white, or lavender colored flowers. The flowers bloom several times during the growing season. The common periwinkle grows best in some shade or full shade. It needs well-drained earth and creates a very good mulch beneath trees and shrubs. The Vinca Minor can be bought in flats. It takes about two years after planting for the Vinca Minor to spread completely in its space. The common periwinkle can invade other plants by scrambling over other plants. If the common periwinkle is planted in a good location, it is not difficult to grow and is not often bothered by pests or diseases. Too much sun and ill-drained earth can make the plant deteriorate.

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