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Fruiting Paw Paw Tree 2-3′

Fruit Trees

$18.99

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Available for pre-order. Expected release date is November 1, 2021.

Fruiting Persimmon 2-3′

Fruit Trees

$17.99

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Available for pre-order. Expected release date is November 1, 2021.

Carolina Allspice Shrub

Shrubs

$13.99

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Red Chokeberry Shrub

Shrubs

$13.99

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Purple Althea Hibiscus

Shrubs

$13.99

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Pink Althea Hibiscus

Shrubs

$13.99

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Lavender Crepe Myrtle

Trees

$13.99

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White Crepe Myrtle

Trees

$13.99

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Wisteria 1-3′

Shrubs

$15.99

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Bamboo 2-3′

Shrubs

$13.99

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Witch Hazel Tree

Shrubs

$19.99

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American Elm Tree

Trees

$19.99

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Ironwood Tree

Trees

$19.99

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Box Elder Tree

Trees

$19.99

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Elderberry Tree

Trees

$19.99

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Bald Cypress Tree

Trees

$19.99

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Wild Plum Tree

Fruit Trees

$19.99

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Loblolly Pine Tree

Evergreen Conifers

$19.99

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Yellow Pine Tree

Evergreen Conifers

$19.99

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Spruce (Scrub) Pine Tree

Evergreen Conifers

$19.99

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Red Crepe Myrtle

Trees

$19.99

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Pink Crepe Myrtle

Trees

$19.99

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Persimmon Tree 2-3′

Fruit Trees

$19.99

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Available for pre-order. Expected release date is November 1, 2021.

Bloom Season is specific for different types of plants available from Tn Nursery.

Hardy Geraniums (Geranium) 

Hardy Geraniums are considered the actual species of geranium. Hardy Geraniums are also known as Perennial Geraniums, True Geraniums, and Cranesbill Geraniums, referring to seed pods resembling a crane’s bill. The Hardy Geranium is typically a dense and low-growing plant that carpets the ground with a lavish profusion of flower cups. Flowers hover over foliage on delicate stalks. Flowers are profuse 1-inch cups that attract beneficial bees and butterflies. Flowers present in hues are white, pink, magenta, purple, and blue. The Hardy Geranium foliage is typically in a lobed or serrated pattern of bright green. Plant height is 3 to 24 inches with a general spread of up to 4 feet.

Bloom Season varies with the type of plant and the climate.

Its ease of care further amplifies the beauty of the Hardy Geranium once the plant is established. To promote a prolonged blooming period and avoid leggy stems, the Hardy Geranium can be sheared back to its basal growth once blooms have faded. The health of this plant can be supported by division every 3 to 5 years, especially if brown sections appear in the center of the plant. The division is by rhizomes. Newer species of Hardy Geraniums produce mid-summer blooms that repeat throughout the fall growing season. Its beauty can be seen on hillsides and rock walls where its billowing flowers stand out.

Bloom Season is for growing, not planting.

Traditional pairing is under rose bushes, but it is equally attractive in landscape beds weaving through other perennials of different textures and heights. You can start the plant from seed, but it is best to purchase as container plants. For dynamic flower displays, the Hardy Geranium prefers full sun to partial shade. The Hardy Geranium prefers well-drained and average rich soil. Ideal soil pH is preferred at neutral to slightly acidic. Provide additional watering in full sun and hot regions, but the foliage is susceptible to mildew and rust if too much water is provided in areas of partial shade. The plant is deer resistant. Hardy Geraniums are perennials in most zones with USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 8.

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