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Blue Flag Iris Blue Flag Iris
Blue Flag Iris $5.49
The Blue Flag Iris Is a Beautiful Spring Blooming Perennial Plant The blue flag iris (Iris versicolor) is a herbaceous perennial plant native to North America. It typically grows to be around 2 to 3 feet tall and has long, sword-shaped leaves up to 3 feet long and 1 inch wide. The green leaves have a distinctive mid-rib that runs down the center. This perennial has a long lifespan and is very popular in flower gardens and beds. Blue Flag Iris Blooms in Spring and Summer Seasons The blue flag iris blooms in late spring to early summer and produces large, showy flowers that are typically blue to purple, although they can sometimes be white or yellow. The flowers are composed of three upright petals, called standards, and three downward-hanging petals, called falls, often marked with darker veining or spots. The flowers are approximately 3 to 4 inches across and are borne on tall, branching stems that rise above the foliage.Blue flag iris plants prefer moist to wet soil and are often found growing near streams, ponds, and other bodies of water. They also tolerate some shade, although they do best in full sun. The plant is relatively low maintenance and is a good choice for a naturalistic or wildlife garden, as it attracts bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. The Blue Flag Iris Plant Thrives in Wetland Environments    
Bellflower Plant Bellflower Plant
Bellflower Plant $5.49
Bellflower Is A Beautiful Plant That Varies In Colors Bellflower Is A Hardy Plant Bellflowers are versatile plants that can thrive in various growing conditions but generally prefer moist, well-drained soil and full or partial sun. When selecting a location to plant bellflowers, consider the following: Sunlight: Bellflowers prefer full sun to partial shade. Look for a location that receives at least six hours of direct sunlight daily. Soil: Bellflowers grow best in moist, well-drained soil. If soil is heavy or clay-like, amend it with natural matter such as compost or well-rotted manure. Water: Bellflowers need regular watering, especially during hot, dry weather. Ensure that the planting location is within reach of a water source. Space: Bellflowers come in many sizes, so choose a variety that fits your available space. Some can grow up to 2 feet tall and spread to 3 feet wide. Climate: Bellflowers are generally hardy plants that tolerate various temperatures, but some varieties may be better suited to specific environments. Bellflower recommendations  Check with your local nursery or gardening center for recommendations on which bellflowers grow best in your area. Bellflowers are great plants for borders, rock gardens, and container gardens. They are also popular as cut flowers, so consider planting some in your cutting garden. Buy Bellflower Online Bellflower is a flowering plant that belongs to the Campanula genus. The plant is named after its bell-shaped flowers, which come in various colors, such as blue, pink, white, and purple. Bellflowers are known for their beauty and versatility and are often used in gardens and floral arrangements.Bellflowers can be annuals, biennials, or perennials, depending on the species. They are effortless to grow and require little maintenance, making them a popular choice for beginner and experienced gardeners.Some common species of bellflower include the Canterbury bells (Campanula medium), which are biennial plants that produce tall spikes of bell-shaped flowers in shades of blue, pink, and white. The Bellflower Has Beautiful Bule Flowers  The Peach-leaved bellflower (Campanula persicifolia) is a perennial species that produces tall spikes of blue or white flowers. In summer, the Tussock bellflower (Campanula carpatica) is a low-growing perennial with masses of blue, pink, or white flowers.Bellflowers are a favorite of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, and they make an attractive addition to any garden or landscape.
Coontail Plant - Package of 25 Plants - Tree Nursery Co Coontail Plant - Package of 25 Plants
Coontail Plant - Package of 25 Plants $149.99
Coontail Is A Beautiful Aquatic Plant Coontail (Ceratophyllum demersum) is a submerged aquatic plant native to North America but can now be found in many parts of the world. It is also known as hornwort or coon's tail.Coontail is a free-floating plant that does not have roots. Instead, it is anchored to the bottom of ponds, lakes, and slow-moving streams by its stems, which can grow up to 10 feet long. The leaves of the coontail are arranged in whorls around the stem and are finely divided into many small, feather-like segments.  Coontail Has Multiple Uses Coontail is popular in aquariums and water gardens. It is valued for removing excess nutrients from the water and providing shelter for fish and other aquatic organisms. It is also used in some natural wastewater treatment systems to remove nutrients and pollutants from wastewater. In addition, coontail is sometimes used as a food source for waterfowl and other aquatic animals.Coontail plants are typically found in bodies of water such as ponds, lakes, and slow-moving streams. If you want to grow coontail in an aquarium or water garden, it is best to provide it with a substrate of sand or gravel to anchor its stems. Coontail plants prefer still or slow-moving water and thrive in full sunlight to partial shade.When planting coontail, ensuring enough growing space is vital. Coontail plants can grow quite large, so it is best to plant them in a large aquarium or pond. It is also important to avoid planting coontail, where it may become tangled with other aquatic plants, as this can impede its growth and cause it to die off.  Buy Coontail Plant Online