Christmas, New Years 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.  We will be closing at noon on Christmas Eve and remain closed until January 4th, 2016.

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

Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show (MANTS) – January 6 – 8

Booth: 2310 – 2312

Baltimore, MD

Central Environmental Nursery Trade Show (CENTS) – January 11 – 13

Booth: 2311

Columbus, OH

Great Lakes Trade Expo – January 26 – 27

Booth: 307

Lansing, MI

iLandscape  – February 3 – 5

Booth 1141

Schaumburg, IL


Spring acknowledgements have been mailed!

For those of you who have placed a Spring 2016 order, you should be receiving your acknowledgment in the mail shortly.  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.


Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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The staff at Losely Nursery hopes you have the opportunity to spend Thanksgiving with your family.  We are closing on Wednesday, November 25th at noon for the weekend so all of us can spend time with ours.  We will be open on Monday, November 30th.


It’s time to place your spring order!

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On November 25th, the day before Thanksgiving, we will start the process of putting spring orders against the current inventory.  When we do this, there will undoubtedly be many oversold items.  We will begin the allocation process at this time for these items.  Any order that comes in after the allocation process has started will be date and time stamped to be entered against available inventory after the allocation process is completed. Therefore, it is important to get your spring order in as soon as possible.


Great looking plants for your late season projects

We are getting ready for Winter, but we still have plenty of container plants looking great and some are in bloom.  The doors aren’t on yet and every house is easy to get in.  With the upcoming warm week, there is still time to get that last couple of projects done.  You have the time and we have the plants.

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We transplant our evergreens for your success!

We grow our evergreen trees in liner rows before we dig a ball on them for transplanting.  This trims all of the roots and forms a heavily fibered root system on the tree.  The high quality root mass ensures our customers of fantastic success with our spruce, pine and fir.

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Unique and Specimen

Unique and Specimen trees are one of the things that set us apart from other nurseries.  We can mix these in with your B&B and container shrubs, smaller B&B trees and one gallon material.  Our loading crews are masters at blending mixed size loads together.  Stop in for a tour and see what we grow that you may not find anywhere else.

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Great Evergreen selection

We have a great selection of evergreens that will fit most every design need whether it is weeping, columnar, low and round, for a screen or a specimen piece.  Check the availability and you will find them ranging in size from 3′ Picea pungens Globosa to 19′ Pinus strobus Columnaris.

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Tremendous Taxus

We grow 16 varieties of taxus, so we are sure to have one to fit your needs.  From cold hardy cuspidata, to tall and thin Adam’s perfect for hedges, to Densiformis, Wardii and Brownii for mass and foundation plantings.  They are machine dug in a basket for an optimum package, yet no larger or heavier than a hand dug ball.

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Grasses for immediate impact

This is the time of the year when most plants are losing their visual impact.  Grasses are coming into their own now adding interest and texture to a landscape.  We have a great selection ranging in size from the compact Pennisetum a. ‘Little Bunny’ to the tall Erianthus ravennae.