All categories
Filter by Tag

Broadleaves

Broadleaves

Broadleaf plants are a common feature of most gardens and landscapes. With their large, showy leaves and often vibrant colors, they add texture and color to any outdoor space. But, beyond the aesthetic appeal, broadleaf plants provide a variety of practical benefits.

 

Broadleaf plants are evergreen, meaning their leaves stay green all year long. This is advantageous for gardens as they can provide year-round color and foliage interest. Plus, they don't require as much upkeep as deciduous trees, which need to be trimmed and removed every year. Broadleaf plants also require less fertilizer than other types of plants, making them an economical choice.

 

In addition to providing year-round color and interest, broadleaf plants also provide a variety of practical benefits. Since they’re evergreen, they serve as a living windbreak. This helps with soil erosion, stabilizing soil and providing a natural border for your yard. As the wind passes through their leaves, the leaves release moisture into the air, helping to keep your garden moist.

 

Broadleaf plants are also a great way to attract wildlife to your garden. Not only do they provide food and shelter for a variety of birds and animals, but they also help attract beneficial insects and pollinators, like bees and butterflies. These pollinators help ensure your plants can produce vegetables, flowers, and fruits.

 

In terms of maintenance, broadleaf plants are relatively low-maintenance. They don’t require regular pruning, and most only need one or two applications of fertilizer a year. They also don’t require much water, which is a bonus if you’re trying to conserve water.

 

In summary, broadleaf plants are a great choice for any garden or landscape. They provide a variety of practical benefits, including wind protection, soil erosion control, and wildlife habitat. They’re also relatively low-maintenance, with minimal fertilizing and pruning required. Whether you’re looking to add texture and color to your outdoor space, or want to attract beneficial insects and wildlife, broadleaf plants are a great choice.

 

Show:
Sort By:
Aralia spinosa is a deciduous Tree growing to 9 m (29ft 6in) at a slow rate.It is hardy to zone 4 ..
$5.22
Aralia spinosa is a deciduous Tree growing to 9 m (29ft 6in) at a slow rate.It is hardy to zone 4 ..
$1.25
Aralia spinosa is a deciduous Tree growing to 9 m (29ft 6in) at a slow rate.It is hardy to zone 4 ..
$1.44
Aralia spinosa is a deciduous Tree growing to 9 m (29ft 6in) at a slow rate.It is hardy to zone 4 ..
$1.70
Aralia spinosa is a deciduous Tree growing to 9 m (29ft 6in) at a slow rate.It is hardy to zone 4 ..
$14.44
The arching branches and unusual violet purple berries of American beautyberry are the main sellin..
$1.30
The arching branches and unusual violet purple berries of American beautyberry are the main sellin..
$2.20
The arching branches and unusual violet purple berries of American beautyberry are the main sellin..
$3.00
American bladdernut is admirable because of its glossy, attractive, three-part leaves and curious-..
$2.30
This eastern North American cousin of black elderberry is a medium to large, fast-growing, deciduo..
$5.49
This eastern North American cousin of black elderberry is a medium to large, fast-growing, deciduous..
$1.25
This eastern North American cousin of black elderberry is a medium to large, fast-growing, deciduo..
$1.80