This cool new dwarf, broadleaf evergreen looks more like a boxwood than an inkberry. A dense, ball-shaped plant, Gem Box ilex has small, dainty, dark green leaves with attractive red tips during the spring flush. It maintains good branching right to the ground so it never looks bare-legged like other cultivars may. It’s great as a small evergreen hedge or used as a container specimen in milder climates.
Our availability has numerous varieties of plants to bring many Happy Returns to your bottom line also! Give us a call!
Color comes in summer through bright blooming perennials. We have a great selection coming into bloom now. We also have a very nice selection of Hosta with their beautiful leaves to brighten those shady areas of a garden. Our sales team is ready to help you with your plant needs. Give them a call!
The pictures are just a few of the many cultivars of the full line of Buddleia and Hydrangea we grow and have available. Everyone should be selling buddleia for your customer’s butterfly gardens. The Hydrangeas are in #3, #5, #7, #10 and #15 to meet your needs whether for a garden center or high end landscape. These are just a small example of the premium color available at Losely Nursery.
We all know color sells and the end user is very pleased with the impact. Our perennials are primed for the WOW effect, for impulse sales and they are priced right, too! Your sales rep can help you add some to your next order. Give them a call.
Our #5 container Fragrant Viburnums are looking great as well as many other recently added containers. We now have Green Giants and Boxwood available. There will be some upright Junipers added this week also. Your sales rep can help you with all of your needs.
Our Hydrangea are budded up and looking great. We have forty line items of Hydrangea available right now! Ruby Slippers and Gatsby Pink are starting to bloom and will have good color in a matter of days. The Annabelle will be blooming in a week to ten days.
Our enthusiastic and knowledgeable sales team spent Wednesday and Thursday touring the nursery. They looked at and took pictures of some great material. A few photos they took are below. They can help you land some of this beautiful material, just give them a call.
Some of the staff “working hard”