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Trees grown with good structure through proper pruning and staking avoids problems in the future.  Our trees are grown to have strong trunks and branch angles to hold up under snow load in the winter and heavy winds year-round.  This also means our trees are very uniform from one tree to the next.

We invite you to tour the nursery and see for yourself how well all our plants are grown.  We get as excited touring as you will when you see what we are growing and how great it all looks!


Come see us at the shows!

Great Lakes Trade Expo
Booth# 307
Jan 29th & 30th

iLandscape
Booth# 1811
Jan 30th-Feb 1st

Tri-state Green Industry Conference
Feb 7th


Proven Winner Problem Solvers



BRANDYWINE™ Viburnum


-No pollinator needed for berry production (Winterthur is a similar viburnum but does need a pollinator) – the problem this actually solves is that if you have a space without much room for plants, then you only need to plant one plant
-The plant is loaded with berries that transition from green to white to pink and blue
-Can be planted in moist to boggy sites, and even does well in partial shade
-Spring bloom, glossy/waxy green foliage that turns burgundy in the fall, and then berries through the fall.  3+ seasons of interest


FIRE LIGHT® Hydrangea
– It flowers every year (can’t make a trimming mistake)
– bloom transitions from white to pomegranate-pink and flower color isn’t dependent on pH
-Thick, upright stems keep the flowers off the ground and on display



YUKI CHERRY BLOSSOM® Deutzia
·         Spring flowers + dark burgundy fall foliage = 3 seasons of interest
·         Deer resistant
·         Shade tolerant
·         Ideal for groundcovers, embankments, edging, or borders
·         Tolerant of clay soil!



Amy Cotta Rhododendron
-Need a dwarf evergreen with flowers? Found it!
-Early spring bloomer that’s covered in purple flowers
– Great addition for a woodland or shade garden



Not your Average Evergreen

Pinus bungeana – Lacebark Pine has magnificent gray-green exfoliating bark revealing patches of white, green and purple interior bark with soft dark green needles.  Pinus cembra – Swiss Stone Pine has a uniform, narrow and densely columnar habit.  Pinus strobus ‘Pendula’ and Picea abies ‘Pendula’ are unique plants growing so no two are exactly alike with their spreading, drooping branches that reach in different directions. 

Losely Nursery is known for our Unique and Specimen Nursery Stock.  Our sales reps can help you find just the right specimen plant to fit your and your customer’s needs.


Trees, Trees and more TREES

We have a great selection of trees available for tight places, screens, shades and ornamentals in sizes ranging from 1.5” to 6” and 5’ to 20’.  How about an allee of Princeton Elms or a hedge of upright English oaks up to 20’ tall for instant privacy?  And add some northern grown dogwood shipped dormant with the rest of your spring order.  We’ve got you covered.


Spring 2019 inventory

It’s time to review your acknowledgements and fill in the holes in your Spring 2019 inventory. We have a great selection of desirable inventory available including Magnolias, Cornus multi-stem and EAC’s. our material is full and ready for any landscape project.

We hope to see you at one of the trade shows in the coming weeks.

Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show (MANTS) – January 9 – 11  
Booth: 2310 – 2312
Baltimore, MD

Indiana Green Expo – January 10-11
Booth: 517
Indianapolis, IN

Great Lakes Trade Expo – January 29 – 30
Booth: 307
Lansing, MI

iLandscape – January 30 – February 1
Booth 1811
Schaumburg, IL

Cornus Kousa Champions Gold
Magnolia X Loeb Merril

Euonymus Al Compacta
Magnolia X Loeb Ballerina

Christmas, New Year and Trade Shows

One of the things that make the Green Industry a great business to work in is that it is made up of family businesses. Our family wishes your family a Merry Christmas and a healthy and prosperous New Year.  


       The office will close on December 21st at 4 pm and will reopen on January 2nd at 7:30 am 

Once the holiday season is over, stop by and see us at the following trade shows: 

Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show (MANTS) – January 9 – 11  

Booth: 2310 – 2312

Baltimore, MD

 

Indiana Green Expo – January 10-11

Booth: 517

Indianapolis, IN

 

Great Lakes Trade Expo – January 29 – 30

Booth: 307

Lansing, MI

 

iLandscape – January 30 – February 1

Booth 1811

Schaumburg, IL

 


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.