We Donate Plants

University Experiments, Governmental Plants & Even Blog Owners Can Get Absolutely Free Plants Fast

If you are from a non-profit organization, university, governmental organization or If you run a very upscale website or blog,  we'd be happy to send you out some plants absolutely free of charge. All you need to do is email Tammy at tammysons7@gmail.com and give her your name, organization name and website. She will get back to you within 24 hours or usually sooner. She will send you some excellent quality plants usually within 1 day.

 PLEASE NOTE ***** This is not a "free for all," and you choose what you want. We have a surplus of some items and are glad to donate a few plants. Please do not expect to give us quantities or species choices. We ship different plants in each season. We will gladly donate more in each season also.

All we ask is for a "thank you" mention on your site of us being a donating participant in your garden. We do ask for you to keep the "thank you" mention up for 1 year. This shows we are a credible company and build our branding and presence online. Here is our banners you can put up thanking us sample banners .

Tn Nursery ships over 45,000 orders per season and we always have a surplus of plants we choose to donate, not throw away or replant in each season. Back in 1938, the founder offered many universities and professionals free plants for research and as supplements in more exceptional gardening areas. And to this day, our family-owned company still backs the founder's wishes to donate to fit the needs of non-profits, gardening bloggers and also universities for further studies and to help our planet stay beautiful. Plants fight pollution, provide fresh air, clean the environment, beautify and protect. And our motto is "Why to throw away what could be someone else's treasure

We have donated to over 400 universities, national site planning and garden blog and website owners serious about the environment and planting plants for purification, beautification and to increase cleaner air and help the environment.

Our Nursery has been donating plants for research for 61 years. Thus far, more than 419 universities, governmental organizations and non-profit groups have benefited from this service. The nursery offers over 500 different species of herbaceous, wetland and medicinal plants that can and have been used in projects for the medical field, environmental studies and lab experiments. Since the specimens are available year-round, regardless of season, and are grown without pesticides, insecticides or herbicides, they are perfect for scientific experimentation and research. Universities studying in plant experiments and science include Harvard University, Yale University, a joint project conducted by Oxford, Cambridge and Stanford Universities, Rhodes University, the University of Minnesota and Michigan State University. The plants themselves have been used for studies in space, the fight against disease, plant hybridization, controlling storm water runoff, urban sustainability and more.

 Experiments in Plant Hybridisation @ Harvard University - Read More Here




 Plants Growing In Mars YES Mars - Read More Here


University Of Minnesota Plant Experiment - Read More Here


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 Vanderbilt University - Using Plants - Read More Here


Yale University - Sustainability With Stormwater - Read More Here



 Oxford, Stanford & Cambridge Projects With Plants - Read More Here





Plants add a welcome boost to any indoor or outdoor space, providing benefits ranging from mitigating indoor air pollution to beautifying a backyard. Tennessee Wholesale Nursery is a tree farm and plant nursery based in Tennessee that offers specimen quality plants at wholesale prices that can be delivered to offices, businesses or homes. All orders are made online, and Tennessee Wholesale Nursery ships its products all over the U.S. However, this is not all that Tennessee Wholesale Nursery does. The company also donates some of their inventory to non-profits, universities and governmental organizations that need specimens on which to experiment or study.