McMinnville, Tennessee 931-668-9898


Residential Landscaping Package

$7.00 per plant

  • 1 year old 4-8″ rooted cutting – Ornamental Shrubs
    • Nikko Blue Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nikko Blue’)
    • Purple Haze ™ Loropetalum (Loropetalum chinense ‘Chang Nian Hong’)
    • Ruby Slippers Oakleaf Hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Ruby Slippers’)
    • Sweet Thing ® Magnolia (Magnolia virginiana var. australis ‘Perry Paige’)
  • 3 year old 18-24″ rooted cutting – Ornamental Trees
    • Bloodgood Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’)
  • 1 year old 4-8″ rooted cutting – Ornamental Trees
    • First Lady Dogwood (Cornus florida ‘First Lady’)
    • Little Gem Magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gem’)
    • Yoshino Cherry (Prunus x yedoensis)

Select between 5 and 20 plants below to complete your package.

  Product Quantity

Nikko Blue Hydrangea

1 Plant

Out of stock

Purple Haze ™ Loropetalum

1 Plant

Out of stock

Ruby Slippers Oakleaf Hydrangea

1 Plant

Out of stock

Sweet Thing ® Magnolia

Purchase Options:
1 Plant Package

2274 in stock

×1 Sweet Thing ® Magnolia - 1 Plant Package

Bloodgood Japanese Maple

18-24" Tree

Out of stock

First Lady Flowering Dogwood

1 Plant

Out of stock

Little Gem Dwarf Magnolia

1 Plant

55 in stock

Yoshino Flowering Cherry

1 Plant

Out of stock

Hardiness Range

Understanding the Hardiness Range of prospective plants is vital to deciding what to plant in your landscape. If quantities of each plant are selected, the effective Hardiness Zone range of this package is Zone 7a – 8b; however, plant selection can be tailored to various ranges by studying the individual zone requirements of the plant offerings. The Hardiness Ranges of each plant can be found in the table below.

Landscaping Tips & Tricks

  1. Always make an effort to consider coloration, bloom times, deciduous or evergreen nature, growth habits, soil and sun requirements, and any disease or pest concerns when choosing the plants for your landscape design. Try to keep in mind when certain plants bloom, produce colorful seed, or display fall color so that your landscape can always have a beautiful focal point during all seasons of the year. Also, be mindful of when certain plants produce the most clutter and try to design your plan to adequately account for any maintenance or access concerns.

  2. As you choose plants for the sides of your foundation landscape, a good rule of thumb is to select a gradually decreasing height of plant, creating a multiple level visual effect around the exterior of your home.

  3. When considering a foundation plant layout, remember that slow growing shrubs and trees with a low or short growth habit can make ideal corner foundation plants. Visually anchoring the edges of your landscape, larger corner plants are often used to obscure the “harsh” vertical lines of building corners.

  4. In conjunction with the above point, large “sweeping curves” are also recommended when considering how to design any lawn edging or mulching. This rule of thumb is also used when proposing any landscape designs to be implemented throughout the lawn itself.

  5. Always make proper considerations of growth habit and rate when determining the distance a plant should be placed away from the foundation! Imagine the plant at full size and plan accordingly!

  6. When choosing mulch colors and types, be especially careful of mulches that may attract termites near your home foundation.

Common NameBotanical NameHardiness RangePrimary FeaturesMature Size (Height X Spread)RateSun Requirements
Nikko Blue HydrangeaHydrangea macrophylla 'Nikko Blue'zone 6a – 8bsummer flower4-6' X 4-6'fastpartial sun
Purple Haze ™ LoropetalumLoropetalum chinense 'Chang Nian Hong'zone 7a - 9bspring flower, summer color, winter color4-5' X 5-6'mediumfull sun, partial sun
Ruby Slippers Oakleaf HydrangeaHydrangea quercifolia 'Ruby Slippers'zone 5a - 8bfall color, summer flower3-4' X 3-5'fastfull sun
Sweet Thing ® MagnoliaMagnolia virginiana var. australis 'Perry Paige'zone 5a – 9bsummer flower, summer fruit, winter color15-20' X 8-10'mediumfull sun, partial sun
Bloodgood Japanese MapleAcer palmatum 'Bloodgood'zone 5a – 8bfall color, summer color20-30' X 20-30'mediumfull sun, partial sun
First Lady DogwoodCornus florida 'First Lady'zone 6a – 8bfall color, spring flower, summer color20-40' X 20-40'mediumfull sun, partial sun
Little Gem MagnoliaMagnolia grandiflora 'Little Gem'zone 6a – 10bsummer flower, winter color20-25' X 8-12'slowfull sun
Yoshino CherryPrunus x yedoensiszone 5a – 8bfall color, spring flower20-30' X 10-20'mediumfull sun
* More details for each plant can be found by following the individual plant links located adjacent to the images above.

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