ORANGE, Calif. — Village Nurseries, the West Coast division of TreeTown USA©, today announced its newest plant introductions for 2019 — many of which are patented or exclusive and not readily available at other wholesale nurseries. As a specialty grower for landscape professionals, re-wholesalers and retailers, Village Nurseries offers the variety, quality, and depth of product demanded by landscape professionals seeking a wide breadth of trees, shrubs, and plantings.
The company’s latest announcement exemplifies its continued commitment as the reliable resource for innovative plant materials and for providing solutions to some of today’s most challenging landscape demands. Working with plant breeders, explorers, and hybridizers in the pursuit of new and existing plants, Village Nurseries continues to fill the needs of landscape professionals looking for unique plantings to create signature designs, and to provide appropriate regional plant mixes to ensure hearty, healthy plantings.
The company’s newest offerings represent product from Anthony Tesselaar International, Star Roses and Plants, J. Berry Nursery, Sunset Western Gardens Collection, and Monrovia.
TreeTown USA, founded in 2001, is a privately owned business headquartered in Houston, Texas, with 19 growing facilities totaling over 6,000 production acres across Texas, Florida, Oregon and California. With its recent acquisition of a West Coast Division, now including Village Nurseries and Hines Growers, the combined company now has a coast-to-coast footprint for its broad mix of high-quality plant material that includes over 5,000 unique plant selections and variations. The company has forged partnerships with respected growers and breeders such as Monrovia, Anthony Tesselaar International, Plant Haven International, Star Roses & Plants, and Sunset Western Gardens Collection. To learn more about TreeTown USA and Village Nurseries, visit the companies’ websites at http://www.treetownusa.com and https://www.villagenurseries.com.
For more articles out of California, click here.