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Grower of Cold Hardy Palms.
Landscape Design & Installation.
Nursery Stock Grower.
Gary's Nursery, LLC
Growing & Planting Since 1975
680 Crump Farm Road
New Bern, NC 28562
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NC Native Palm Grower; Sabal Minor and Sabal Palmetto
We have been growing cold hardy palms from seed for almost 40 years and have shipped them to other nurseries and garden centers all over eastern NC, SC and Va.
Gary is past president and past NC director of The Southeastern (US) Palm Society. He has given palm presentations to the JC Raulston Aboretum, Master Gardner State Conference, NC Asssociation of Nurserymen, Tryon Palace, Master Gardener groups and many garden clubs all over NC. His articles and photos on palms have been shared here and abroad for many years.
NC Nursery and Landscape Association
NC Licensed Landscape Contractor
Past President Southeastern (US) Palm Society
Member Southeastern Palm Society
Serving Eastern NC Since 1975
Celebrating 46 years in 2021
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May be closed during inclement weather.
Free consultations available by appointment year round.
Our COLD HARDY PALMS
Grown by us from seed from native habitat and from very old established specimans in NC that have survived very cold winters over the years..
THANK YOU !!!
In 2021 we celebrate 46 years in the nursery and landscape business.
During the last 12 years or so we survived the worst recession, Gary's lung cancer, the worst duration freeze event in100 years and loss of thousands of plants. We have managed to keep going by the Grace of God and the support of our friends, customers and suppliers.
For this we are truly grateful.
Gary, Missy and Leigh Anne Hollar
Perennial Hibiscus 'Red Star'
ClWe have had a good palm growing season this year and more and m Thousands of young palms with more and more reaching a good size and ready to go out of here and be planted. We have been growing cold hardy palms from seed for almost 40 years. Most all the large palms you see at our place and at our nursery were started out as smaller plants which establish better than large ones. They grow up in place and are acclimatized to the area they will spend their life.
We spent time today restocking the nursery after the big run on the big Azaleas last weekend. Now it is time to move on to more color for Spring and Summer so I assembled a few in this group to show that kind of color along with other plants. Windmill Palms in 3, 7 and 15 gallon, Bushy Knockout Roses, Kaleidoscope Abelia, Japanese Maples, Golden Barberry, Verbena and one of my all time favorites, Kern's Pink Viburnum.
Please come visit and I thank you for looking.