Sunday, October 25, 2009

Online Plant Nursery

Online Plant Nursery
Are you busy? Do you feel like you have 5 million things going on in your life and not enough time to do them in, if you are in that situation then shopping at an online plant nursery may be the solution for you? Who doesn’t like their yards to look nicely landscaped with blooming flowers, gorgeous trees and plants everywhere. We all do! Landscaping takes time, but if you already lead a busy life it can get frustrating trying to squeeze it all in.
Online nurseries take away a lot of work for you such as driving from garden center to garden center looking for plants, trees, flowers and shrubs to go in your yard. By having the choice to shop online you are saving all that driving time, walking around time and gas money. Now in the evenings after a busy day you can sit at your computer and easily shop for all your landscaping needs in one location.
There are many choices of online plant nurseries to choose from so how do you find a good one, a reliable one, one with great quality products? At TN nursery they are all that wrapped into one package. Their website is easily laid out and colorful which has all the kinds of products categorized together so it is easy to find what you want.
Once you find your products they will help you to determine if that plant, tree, shrub or flower will grow well in your location if it won’t they will help you find one compromisable to the same thing that you like. Their customer service support team will make you feel like you are the only customer and that you take top priority on their list because they want you to remember your time shopping with them as a happy one so that you come back again and refer them to other people. Their prices are affordable and reasonable and they inspect all of your products before it leaves their nursery and gets to your home. You can check them out at .

Tree Nursery
There are many types of tree nurseries located all across the globe. They all have their own specialty; some specialize in fruit trees, while others may specialize in all varieties of trees no specific one. At a tree nursery they take pride in the product that they are selling.
Fruit tree nurseries take pride in their fruits because that is the only thing that they spend their time on. They spend hours mixing trees, hybrid trees, cross-breeding trees and growing the best quality fruit trees for your yard.
But if you aren’t looking for a fruit tree and you want more of a shade tree then you would want to shop at a tree nursery that specialized in this type of product such as Willow or Maple trees that grow vastly large in size.
A tree nursery actually grows the products right on site which makes a huge difference when purchasing a tree. Farms get the trees from various locations at wholesale and offers them to you while nurseries grow them on site, they know the plants from birth to when they leave their place.
Tree nurseries are endless but one that sticks out is TN nursery, they take pride in all the products that they grow. They have fruit trees, shade trees, oak trees, willow trees and much more. They grow their items their onsite and offer you wholesale prices that meet any budget or landscaping need. Their tree nursery offers a large inventory of mail order nursery plants and trees for landscaping, reforestoration, seedlings, bare root seedlings and much, much more. They are a state-certified grower of specimen-quality wholesale supplies and landscaping needs.
They give discounts on large orders and deliver all their products straight from their tree nursery to yours so that you can get planting right away. You can visit them on the web at they will take care of all your planting needs and answer all your questions that you may have. They strive in making your experience with them pleasurable and memorable.

Wholesale Tree Nursery
Are you looking for great plants at a low cost that will meet your budget? Do you want plants and trees that are not grown with a lot of pesticides, chemicals and are ready when you want them?
There are a wide variety of tree nurseries on the market that grow their products right on their premises but not all of them can offer you competitive prices underselling most other garden centers. Tree nurseries only grow limited products so they have to offer standard pricing because quantities are limited.
Wholesale tree nurseries grow vast quantities of trees because most of the time that is all that they grow is trees. It is their specialty; it is what makes them a company. They grow vast quantities so they can offer you lower prices than other companies can. A wholesale nursery offers lower prices and matches anything else that you find, they will not be undersold. When you grow things in bulk you can sell it cheaper than one or two items at a time.
While there are many wholesale companies on the market you must purchase products or trees from a wholesaler in order to get a wholesale price but not at TN nursery, here you can order whatever quantity you would like but always get a wholesale price. You don’t have to order large mass quantities in order to get a large discount all their products are offered at wholesale prices.
TN nursery specializes in everything they grow; they take pride in all their products making them stand out from all the rest. When you shop with TN nursery you will not be undersold or let down by anything they have to offer, prices, products or customer service. The website is well laid out so you can go right and find your product that you are looking for with no searching on toolbars you click on the headings and there is all the products under that category with pictures, prices and more! All your shopping can be done in one location.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Shop An Online Nursery For Best Prices

Who would have thought that you could obtain plants from an online garden nursery?
A garden nursery is sure to have just the right plants that you are seeking. A garden nursery often times focuses on regular plants that are primarily found in people’s gardens, such as various fruits and vegetables and things of that nature.
There are a lot of people that are resorting to growing their own gardens simply to help cut back on some of the food expenses that they are facing. It is a lot cheaper to grow your own fruits and vegetables than to obtain them from a store, regardless of what anyone may have told you.
Gardens do take a little bit of work, as far as tilling and ensuring that the plants are growing in the means that they should be. However, aside from being grown for its utilization only, a garden nursery is also decadent to see as well.
We have all probably witnessed someone in our lives that simply adored growing their own gardens. Who could honestly blame them? Well, in today’s society being able to have your own garden nursery with everything that you desire in it, has been made a lot easier with the invention of the internet, of course.
There are a plethora of online garden nurseries that cater to a vast amount of different plants that you can grow and harvest yourself in your own garden at your disposal. This means that you don’t have to spend an endless amount of time trying to seek out the right kind of seeds to find to plant in your special growing area.
A lot of people find that when they simply cannot find something that they are seeking they settle. You shouldn’t have to settle for different fruits and vegetables that you want to grow in your garden, simply because you cannot find what you are looking for.
These online garden nurseries cater to everyone’s needs. Therefore, you can expect to find any kind of plant that you want at one of these online shopping places without ever having to leave your home. A lot of people may be adamant amount utilizing these online nurseries.
However, many people that do avidly take advantage of the nurseries have had not one complaint about the plants that they purchased for their garden. Now, you will have the option to purchase seedlings and grow them from their premature state into a plant, or to order the plant where it has already began to sprout.
Of course, if you obtain a plant that has already commenced in the growing period, a lot of the burden of planting the seedlings will be taken off of you. If you do not possess the avidly referred to “green thumb”, you may not know much about planting a seedling.
When the plants have already begun the growing process in a location elsewhere, it is easier to keep up with the watering and the tilling in comparison to growing them yourself. Regardless of how you obtain the plants for your garden, remember that the best place to get the garden plants you are seeking is online.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Arborvitae at Your Local Tree Nursery

The American Arborvitae is a native to the state of Minnesota and its decoction is commonly used for medical purposes of treating fevers, rheumatism, cough, and toothaches. Commonly used names for this tree are White Cedar and Eastern Arborvitae. It can grow up to 40-60 feet in height and 15 feet in width in the wild. In urban settings it grows a little smaller at 20-30 feet in height and 12 feet in width. It growth is referred to as slow-medium at up to 24” per year. It North Dakota is the largest one grown to date, being 45 feet tall and 30 feet in width. The wood of this tree is used for many things such as posts, boxes, and furniture. The eastern red-cedar and the rocky mountain juniper are relatives to this particular tree.
This tree is grown for the purpose of being a windbreaker and should be plated about 3 feet apart. It is tall and narrow shaped like a pyramid, and in its earlier stages it is a columnar crown with roots that only spread to the crowns drip line. The buds are arranged in an opposite position, are dark green in color, and look like leaves. They are 1/8 inch in size and tend to be simple and scaly contained in four rows. The leaves are also short at 1/12 inch in length and 1/8 inch in width, with dark green to yellow-green coloring. There is not a lot of fall and wintering change with the leaves color. The monoecious flower is of both male and females sex, and very inconspicuous. It contains light brown cones and seeds, which are ½ inch with 8-10 scales and seeds measuring at 1/8 inch long. The bark is a grey color that sheds and the old bark contains shallow fissures on flat ridges.
This American Arborvitae grows well in the full sunlight, and is a popular choice among landscaping projects. They are tolerable of many different types of soils such as acidic, loam, moist, sandy and clay. They can be drought tolerant to an extent and should have well drained soil. In winter it provides shelter and a nesting place for grackles, while in the summer it does the same for robins and house finches. The winter weather can sometimes cause injury which happens in the United States more or less. The fruit provides food for deer, cottontail rabbits, snowshoe hares, and sometimes on occasion even moose. The seeds go to the birds like the pine siskins. The extracts of this tree are toxic to certain insect pests. Attraction of spider mites can happen when the heat is hot and dry. Bogworm can be a nuisance in the Northern Plains areas.
Come get your Arborvitae today at the TN nursery. We sell mostly every tree that comes to mind, along with shrubs, perennials, vines, and berry trees. Come visit to see what we have in store for you. If you’re looking for native plants we have those too at our native plant site,

The Beautiful American Holly Evergreen Conifer

The American Holly (llex opaca) is a native to the United States being a part of the aquifoliaceae (holly) family. They are rare in the north and always small, but abundant in the south coast and Gulf States. As seen many times, this plant is very popular for Christmas decoration in churches and at homes. It does grow in all 50 states none the less, and is the state tree of Delaware. In the eastern states they are well liked for their foliage and berries, and are the only native North American Holly that grows to tree size. It was actually noticed by the pilgrims one week before Christmas in 1620 on the coast of Massachusetts.
The American Holly is a slow grower of only 6 inches or so per year, and tends to grow even slower in dry swampy soil. Light gray coloring covers the bark with rough lumps, and has stout green branches attached that are covered with a somewhat rusty looking down substance and turns smooth and brown later on. They are short and thin in size, with thick meaty roots. Winter buds that grow are short and acute while in the late spring the flowers are a greenish-white color. The flower stem is covered by little hairs and has separate male and female parts. Males have 4 stamens on the base of the corolla with attached anthers on the back, and have an oblong shape. One male can pollinate a number of females. While a females pistil has a superior ovary, 4 cells, and 1-2 ovules in each cell it contains. The females are responsible for the production of the red berries which are also called drupe, and they grow 6-12 mm with 4 seeds contained inside.
The leaves are in an alternating pattern and can grow to be 5-7.5 cm long and 2-4 cm in width. They are attached for 2-3 years until forced off by new bud growth which are yellow stiff leaves. The flowers are pollinated by many insects such as bees, wasps, ants, and moths. Even though the insects and mammals eat the berries, it would be bad for us since they would be poisonous. Birds like the thrush, mockingbird and bluebirds devour them, and the mammals being raccoon and deer that also use them as a source for food. Birds are also responsible for the propagation of these plants due to them carrying the seeds to many new areas. The thick canopy contained at the top, provides a shelter and homes for many birds from predators and storms alike. This tree can come in all sizes ranging from dwarf to 6 inches to 70 feet in height.
We have The American Holly at the TN Nursery for a low wholesale price. We also have many other products such as trees, shrubs, berry plants, perennials, and vines. There is so much more but you will have to come to find out for yourself. We have another site dedicated to native plants, such as shrubs, grass, and trees. Those are at Come create your landscape with us.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Native Trees Used In Landscaping

Native Plants,trees and shrubs are making a statement of their own again in the landscaping and nursery industry.Landscape Contractors and Architectures commonly used the flowering trees like the Pink Kwanzan Cherry and the fast growing Shade Trees like the Legacy Sugar Maple in landscapes for decades past.Now,the Business and homeowner are both noticing there's a more exotic side of landscaping with rare and native trees and shrubs.

We have noticed that our region we sell to alot is East Coast buyers,New York and Jersey mainly going back to the native trees and shrubs instead of the bright,flashy and fragrant shade,flowering,evergreen and ornamental trees.Developers and Homeowners a-like are wanting something no one else has.That's easy when you go to a native wholesale plant source.

Always check with your wholesale nursery grower to provide you with accurate information,reasonable prices,disease free trees and speciman quality.Most retail outlets that sells trees used "park grade" (#2 quality) and charges 9 times over the price of wholesale nursery growers.With a grower,you will get more bang for your buck.Nicer,straighter trees,state certified to be disease free and they will be alive when you get them planted.

Hope this helps anyone or someone... wholesale nursery tree source

Native Trees For Restoration

The Forest Service already protects and conserves its Ancient Semi-Natural Woodland (ASNW). Unfortunately, these woodlands are now represented by very small fragmented remnants of woodland that once covered most of the country.
Only three types of Semi Natural Woodland can be found today; upland oakwoods, upland mixed ashwoods, and wet woodlands.
What is Semi-Natural woodland?
Semi-natural woodlands are composed of locally native trees and shrubs which derive from natural regeneration or coppicing rather than planting.
What is an Ancient Woodland Site?
An Ancient Woodland Site must be shown on the 1st Edition Ordnance Survey maps (produced in 1830), and have been semi-natural at that time. Furthermore, tree cover will have been maintained from 1830 to the present day.
What are Plantations on Ancient Woodland Sites?
Most ASNW was converted into farmland before 1830. However some areas of Ancient Semi-Natural Woodland were converted into commercial forest plantations during the 20th Century. These are called Plantations on Ancient Woodland Sites (PAWS).
What does the Forest Service intend to do with its PAWS?
The Forest Service intends to restore native woodland on at least 10% of its PAWS, thereby increasing the area of each habitat type over the next 15 years. This equates to the restoration of at least 200 hectares of PAWS.Native woodland will be restored on PAWS that will be most likely to:-
1. develop the associated ground flora characteristics, and
2. help ensure the long term survival of these rare habitats in our countryside.
Why restore only 10% of the PAWS area?
Most of the woodland that was shown on the 1830 maps was planted. Very little information was available to categorically reject these woodlands, and identify the woodlands that were semi-natural in 1830. Therefore only a small proportion of the PAWS area is worth restoring, because much of it is derived from woodland that was planted on bare ground before 1830.
An evaluation system was used to prioritise those sites which should be restored.
How will restoration be carried out?
The plantation trees will be removed from the site gradually by thinning the trees over a period of time, allowing native trees to establish under the plantation trees before they are all finally removed. Where this cannot be carried out, mainly due to the increased risk from windblow, the plantation will be clearfelled. This will allow pioneer tree species, such as birch, to recolonise.
The native woodland cover will be re-established using natural regeneration where possible, or by replanting with stock grown from seed collected locally.
It will take several years for a restored native woodland to develop into a valuable habitat, exhibiting characteristics such as;
an uneven age structure,
large amounts of deadwood,
sensitive species of woodland ground flora,
rarer forms of lichen, mosses, and fungi
When was the first restoration project started?
The first restoration (of an upland oakwood) project began in June 2001 at Breen, Co. Antrim followed in 2002 by the restortion of a mosaic of all three native woodland types at Aghaleague in Co. Fermanagh.
The Forest Service is committed to restoring at least 200 hectares of native woodland before 2015.

Friday, November 14, 2008

We grow perennials and ferns

We'd like to find someone in the gardening or contractor industry who needs large quantities of what we offer.Instead of selling per 100,we need a large volume fern and woody plant source.Have any ideas?I hear Ebay sellers does well.Please express your thoughts.