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Just imagine being able to find all your wholesale landscaping plant material needs in just one location! With every type of plant imaginable, from native trees and shrubs, woody perennials, and ferns to native grasses and plants, and wetland stakes, TN Nursery is just the site you’ve been looking for! We’re your one-stop shop for every wholesale nursery landscaping need you may have. We not only offer plants and supplies for all variety of typical home and business landscaping projects, we also grow and sell a wide variety of native plants for large-scale mitigation and habitat restoration projects. Among the many varieties included in this category are the Bristlebract Sedge, Broomsedge, Silky Dogwood, Beggar Tick, River Oats, as well as all types of hardwood seedlings. And, we offer excellent, competitive large-volume order discounts.

TN Nursery can be found in middle Tennessee, often referred to as the heart of the industry of the agricultural nursery. Our extensive native-plant nursery cultivates and markets all common, garden-worthy plants, trees, and shrubs, as well as the more rare wild and sometimes edible plants you might be in need of for your customer’s special project. Our wholesale nursery also offers various aquatic seedlings and liners, and an abundance of perennials, anything necessary to cultivating any wetland area. In fact, we boast so many different types of plant material, if you don't see a particular plant, shrub, or tree that you are looking for on our site, you just need to ask us for it! Chances are, we’ll be able to supply you with whatever it is you want or need! regularly offers tremendous specials on many of our customers’ favorite in-season plant material; check weekly by clicking the “Weekly Specials” link on the left side of our home page.

In addition to viewing all manner of plant material and landscaping necessities and our weekly specials, you can peruse our many plant descriptions, find your growing zone to ensure the plants you choose to grow will thrive in your particular environment, discover various perennials, ferns, and groundcover and how to care for them, read recent blogs on gardening and landscaping tips and tricks, and all other manner of interesting landscaping information.

With our massive wholesale discounts, same day quotes and excellent customer service, you can’t go wrong when you speak with any of TN Nursery’s qualified sales and customer service staff professionals. No matter what type of questions you may have, you can fax, call or email us anytime and expect to hear back fro us within 24 hours. You can reach us at or 931-692-4266. Contact us today! We look forward to assisting you!

We at TN Nursery are knowledgeable at what we do, based on our generations of experience. We have every confidence that we are capable of helping you create any size private garden of amazing beauty, or a commercial or government landscaping project spanning myriad acres. Whatever size your landscaping plan may be and whatever features you envision, we will easily and happily help you make it happen.
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