Tough and Hardy Hedge Plants

Sometimes there is a need for a screen that looks great where most plants won’t hold up.  We have beautiful material for a hedge that work in tough locations.  Myrica are very tolerant to road salt.  Syringa have showy flowers but don’t have fruit that attracts birds.  Hamamelis virginiana bloom in fall.  All three of these are hardy to Zone 3.  Viburnum tri.‘Wentworth’ are even hardier to Zone 2. Our sales Reps can help you find the plant that fit your needs and will make your customer happy.


Large Shrubs

Looking for large shrubs? The Thuja o Emerald 6’ and Viburnum r. ‘Allegany’ 5’ are a few examples of the exceptionally nice larger shrubs we have available.  There are also Cotinus, Hamamalis, Hydrangea, Magnolia, Myrica, Viburnum and many others in between.  We have them from 3′ to 7’.  Some are larger for instant screens.  Just click the link to the availability to find what you are looking for. 


What do you still need for Spring ’19?

For those of you who have placed a Spring 2019 order, you should be receiving or already have received your Acknowledgment in the mail. Please review what you have been acknowledged. Demand is high and supplies are low on some plants, so pay special attention to any size or variety substitutions. Those of you who have not placed your order, we encourage you to do so sooner than later. There is still plenty of material available including Green Giants.


Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Losely Nursery. We appreciate and thank you for your business and don’t take it for granted. We hope you have the opportunity to slow down and enjoy this holiday with your families.
So we can enjoy the holiday with ours, we will close at noon on Wednesday, November 21st and remain closed until Monday, November 26th.

Final Count Down

 

The days are counting down before our seasonal labor is gone for the year.  The Monday after Thanksgiving our full-time staff will be getting ready to button up the nursery for winter.  We will still be digging and pulling containers, but don’t let Mother Nature step in and cut you out of material you need to finish that final project or two.  Get your order in soon and we will have it ready quickly.

 


Getting ready for the end of the season

The season will be coming to an end in another month.  But there is still time to dig and pull containers for you to finish your year strong.  Check our availability and you will find we can supply your needs to end the year putting some money in your pocket.


Spring Order Allocation Deadline is in Two Weeks

The deadline for Spring 2019 orders to go through the allocation process is Friday, November 9th at  4:00 PM.  All orders received after the deadline will be dated, time stamped and entered in the order they are received.  If you don’t have your order in yet, use the availability to fill out your order and email or fax it back.


It won’t be long…

It won’t be long until the snow starts to fly, but there is still time to plant projects and add to the profitability of 2018.  We have a broad spectrum of available plant material including the unique and specimen material we are known for.  It can all be ready on short notice to fill your customer’s needs.


We still Grow Large Specimen Material

This week we dug twelve Pinus koraiensis 20’ shipping into the mid-west.  They are going to make a beautiful backdrop for a garden.  We still have a wide range of large, high impact material available.  Some are on our availability list, but there are some single large specimens that never make the list for one reason or another.  Please call if you are looking for that large piece to finish the landscape project.  We just may have it along the edge of a block and will put your name on it.


Planting Fall Color That Lasts Beyond Leaf Drop

Not all fall color has to drop with the leaves.  Some fruit lasts longer and gives great color into the winter as is the case with the Red Sprite and Sunset Winterberry. Crabapple and Viburnum fruit look colorful well past leaf drop and attract birds, too!