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My Review of Tennessee Wholesale Nursery

 

I am very pleased with the truckload of plants I purchased from your year end special. I did not realize just how many trees your crew loaded on my truck until I got to my farm and we started putting these in my cooler to transplant. I am very proud I got to this special first and please let me know next spring when you have that surplus load to sell affordable and I will buy all your have.

Garden Plants Nursery LLC, Chicago IL

Tennessee Wholesale Nursery Reviews

 

White Oak 

White Oak - Quercus alba

 The White Oak tree is one that grows beautifully all over the United States. It can grow hardily in zones 3 through 9, allowing any and all to be graced with its beautiful colors. The White Oak grows at a rather slow rate, with less than 12 to 24 inches per year, but does not reach a mature height until it reaches an average of 50 to 80 feet tall. Often, fully mature White Oaks can be found to reach 100 feet tall, earning them the nickname of "gentle giants." Their roots grow deep and wide, which means that transporting once planted is often not recommended. White Oaks are known for their beautiful fall leaf colors, as well as the fact that their branches spread up to nearly 80 feet to provide a canopy of shade from the sunlight during hot summer days. They produce two separate types of flowers. The first is called a catkin, which is a yellow flower that is approximately 4 inches long. The second is a small red, spiky flower. Together, these flowers produce acorns, allowing wildlife an opportunity to collect for eating purposes. White Oaks generally grow better with acidic to neutral soil. Preferably in deep, moist, but well-drained soil areas. They are intolerant to alkaline and shallow soils. Showing off its true strength, the White Oak can survive droughts as well as overly wet soil during hectic weather changes. White Oaks need at least 4 hours of true sunlight each day to grow to their full potential. The White Oak is definitely a beautiful addition to any place it may be planted. Once its initial planting is done, it requires very little personal care outside of what nature provides, making it not only a beautiful tree but an easy tree as well to add to your landscaping.

The Advantages Of Planting Oak Leaf Hydrangea Shrubs 

Oakleaf Hydrangea - Hydrangea quercifolia

 

 The Oak Leaf Hydrangea Shrub is special because it's native to North America, and it's the only hydrangea that is. It has gorgeous large leaves that turn red in the fall. The flowers are bright white and will look fantastic, lining the front of your house or garden entrance. The white flowers will fade to a tan-pinkish color when fall comes around. The leaves are gorgeous in the fall and turn orange and red.

 

 The Oak Leaf Hydrangea Shrub doesn't need that much pruning and can be ground in the 5 - 9 planting zones. They will grow to around four to six feet in height and four to six feet in width if allowed to spread. This is average height, but they can get up to ten feet tall and eight feet wide in some cases. The leaves can reach up to twelve inches across. 

 

 They are cold, hardy, and do great in cold weather. They can stand up to dry weather better than some of their cousin plants. They have a long blooming period which is a good thing because you can enjoy them longer. One great thing about this gorgeous plant is it's naturally resistant to both insects and diseases. If they do get damaged from a particularly cold winter, then you can prune them to take care of the damaged parts, the rest of the shrub will flourish. 

 

 They will grow great in a lot of compost and should be watered often if they are getting a lot of sun. When using the Oak Leaf Hydrangea Shrub on your property, you can put them somewhere they have room to grow naturally. They make beautiful cut flowers for your table or another décor, and the dried flowers can be used in many ways around the home.

 

Jewelweed - Impatiens capensis 

Sometimes, nature invents its own treatments for various health problems. One example of this is the Jewelweed plant, which can be used to create remedies for many skin problems such as insect bites, eczema, poison ivy, and burns. There is a unique juice inside the leaves and stems of some species of Jewelweed that is used to make skin treatments. It's easy to find this plant because it is common in many areas of the US and Canada, especially in the eastern areas of both countries. You'll have the most excellent chance of finding it in May through October because summer is its main growing season. It grows best in moist areas, such as along the side of creeks or shallow ponds, and it thrives when the soil is soggy and damp. It prefers being in the shade to being in harsh direct sunlight. It doesn't need much maintenance, so it's easy to grow.

 

 Jewelweed usually reaches 3-5 feet in height at its maturity, and it has small dark green leaves. Its bold yellow-orange flowers will easily catch your eye with their peculiar shape and reddish spots. Unlike many other plants, this plant's stems don't have a completely solid color; they are somewhat translucent. One other interesting thing about its appearance is that if you put its leaves into some water, the leaves look almost like silver. This jewel-like silvery look is how the plant got its name. Hummingbirds and butterflies are attracted to the way it looks, so if you have Jewelweed in your yard, you can expect to be visited by both of these lovely creatures!

 

 If you would like to own a unique plant that not only has an attractive look but also has practical uses for healing your skin, it looks no further than Jewelweed. This is an exceptional plant that you will love having in your garden. Consider getting some Jewelweed for yourself today!

 

The Many Benefits of Flowering Trees in a Garden 

Flowering trees are a great addition to any garden and landscape, with options available for most planting zones. There are so many advantages to planting flowering trees in the right spot, with reasons ranging from aesthetics to environmental. Any gardener should take a look at all the benefits of each type of plant that they want to add, the location where they are considering the plant should be located, and the growing conditions for the region. Everything from ornamental flowering trees to grass to flowering plants should be grown in the hardiness zone where they are native to or where they can flourish. 

 

 Flowering trees increase the beauty of an area, be it a garden or the landscape of a property- big or small. Most will begin flowering in the spring and can keep their beauty for a month or more when the rest of the flowers in the garden are just beginning to push up out of the ground. Not only do the trees add color, but they add dimension and a different type of texture to the landscape, making for an interesting landscape that will draw the eye to where ever they are planted. This type of interest almost always adds curb appeal to a property and can be a great way to increase the property value of a home, which is an additional benefit that most don't consider. 

 

 In addition to the aesthetics that flowering trees bring to a garden, they are great for wildlife and the environment. Trees can set the foundation for hills, banks, loose landscaping, and even shorelines. The flowers on trees support insects and their populations, attract birds and give wildlife a place to live. All of these natural benefits multiply more than the addition of any other elements to the garden and last longer.