Native Shrubs

Native Trees!

Specimen material that makes an impact

Adding plant material to existing landscapes look out of place if the plant is too small.  We have options to fit any situation to make the customer happy.

Acer griseum has a spectacular exfoliating bark that shows off year-round.  We leave our low branched griseum full to the ground so they can be trimmed up to fit your needs.  Larix k. Varied Directions and be thinned also or left as is for a unique specimen piece.

Malus Lollipop truly stays small and tight making it a very low maintenance tree.  It works well near entrance walks and patios.  Prunus Snow Fountain with its early bloom is a favorite whether top grafted or on its own root with branches up the trunk.

Beautiful hedges make great neighbors!

Hydrangea pan. ‘Limelight’ has lime green flowers that mature to white.  Hydrangea pan. ‘Phantom’ has white flowers maturing to a rich pink.  Both bloom on new wood and reach 8 – 10’.  They put on a spectacular color show from July into the fall.

Viburnum d. Chicago Lustre® has white spring flowers, glossy dark green summer foliage with blue fruit to contrast the brilliant red fall color.  Viburnum tri. ‘Wentworth’ has white spring flowers, rich green summer leaves with bright red fruit clusters that attract birds. Both cultivars reach 10’.

Beauty and Function

One of our local customers planted a 200’ Hamamelis hedge and the homeowner loved it!  It was dense, looked good all summer and bloomed.

Our prediction for the most popular plant of Spring… Substitutions!

Viburnum lentago is a native that is very similar to Viburnum prunifolium in both summer and fall leaf color, flower, fruit, ultimate sizes and shade tolerance.  This is an excellent 15 to 18’ hedge or screen plant.  We have good numbers in 7, 8, and 9’ for the immediate screen.  Lindera benzoin reaches 10’ and works well in moist and shade areas.  It is a good substitute for Ilex and Fothergilla.

Pinus bungeana is a very good substitute for Pinus strobus. Its ultimate size and shape are similar with the added advantage of a very decorative multi-colored exfoliating bark.  Psuedotsuga menziesii’s name even says it makes a good sub for Tsuga canadensis.  It has the added advantage of being a very insect and disease-free evergreen tree for screens or as a stand-alone tree.

Hedge a Betula on these plants!

Betula n. ‘Heritage’ makes a great ornamental shade tree as well as an allée along a driveway with its year-round interest. Pinus bungeana has a beautifully exfoliating bark also. It makes an attractive focal tree or screen plants if planted in groups.
Cercis canadensis is a familiar plant to most people. The bright early spring flowers signify the coming of warmer weather. Magnolia virginiana’s fragrant June flowers contrast elegantly with its rich green leaves. Both make a great specimen flowering tree in a formal location or fit in nicely when blending maintained and natural areas. 
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At this time of year, we are busy grafting future inventory. This week we are grafting conifers like the Larix k. ‘Varied Directions’ pictured above. Our extremely talented propagators are making sure there is a great selection of material for years to come. The Larix they just grafted will be ready to sell in 6 – 10 years!

Trade shows are about relationships, we can still do that.

At this time of year, we usually see you at trade shows, look at plants, and catch up on what is new. We always answer questions pertaining to production, product consistency, and availability. We want to stay connected with you. As a company, we are committed to helping your business succeed by providing the service and plants you need to satisfy your customer.
As we go forward we will be sure to do everything we can to assist you. We value your questions, ideas, and feedback.
Many Thanks,
The Losely Team
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New Online Product Catalog

Follow these easy step by step instructions to get started!
 Click here to access the printable pdf instructions!

Step 1. Go to in your web browser. 
Step 2. Choose the Product Catalog in the upper right corner of the page.

Step 3. Find your plant. There are 2 ways to search the catalog. You can search by category or by plant name.
3a. Choose the drop down on the left and select the family, genus, species, or zone you would prefer. Our product catalog will provide you with a list of plants to choose from.
3b. Type in the name of the plant, Latin OR common, and our product catalog will provide a list of plants for you to choose from. 

Most of our plants have photos and all our plants provide growing zones as well as growing information on average mature size, fall color and flowers.

Did you receive your acknowledgment yet?

You should have received your acknowledgment in the mail by now.  If you have not, please call the office and we will email one to you.  Take a moment and review the availability as there are a few customers that have given material back for various reasons.  There may be something on there you are looking for.  Landscape sized Viburnums from 30” to 8’?  We have them!  Many cultivars of Cercis in multi-stem and tree form.  We have them too!  What are you looking for?