Online Plant Nursery Donates Plants To Non-Profit Organizations, Universities & Research
We are happy to donate plants to your university research programs or governmental science special research projects. Simply email Tammy here and tell her who you are with and your need.
The nursery will donate and ship from its inventory of more than 500 species of plants to universities, government agencies, and nonprofits at no cost. The nursery carries varieties of herbaceous, wetland and medicinal plants, as well as those free of herbicides and other chemicals, for study and use. Recipients are asked only to mention the nursery's donation on their respective websites in exchange for donated materials.
It's a win-win that more than 419 agencies have utilized in the 61 years the nursery has been in operation. TN Nursery has never charged for its public service contributions, and it's a tradition the family plans to continue. The nursery recognizes the generous benefit to the results of such research -- which have led to potential breakthroughs in areas such as crop loss prevention and plant hybridization -- and highlights the accomplishments of academic programs specializing in plant studies on its website. Projects in which TN Nursery and its affiliates have contributed include university experiments, wetland mitigation, government tests and lab science programs.
TN Nursery plants have also been used for beautification at such places as Arlington National Cemetery and the Washington Monument.
Nonprofit, government and academic institutes in need of plants may contact Tammy via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the program and place orders.
TN Nursery will ship to any location throughout the U.S., via USPS priority mail or reputable freight companies for large-volume orders; plants are sold bare root and are dug and shipped immediately upon request. Plants are packaged to survive up to two weeks after transplant.
TN Nursery, an affiliate of Tennessee Wholesale Nursery LLC, offers wholesale and large volume sales, as well as individual orders for homeowners. Potential clients can visit the nursery's website to browse inventory and purchase, sign up for newsletters and discounts and learn more about planning projects within a budget. The site also provides educational material on garden zoning, planting instructions and product information. Users can peruse the blog for insight on which plants might best suit their tastes and needs. Seasoned gardeners can find specialty plants and research on particular plants of interest, while inexperienced gardeners can find expert tips on beginning the perfect garden and seeing it through.
For more information on TN Nursery services and programs, email email@example.com attention Tammy.
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