All palm photos on this site were taken in NC except where noted.
Copyright © 1999-2020 by Gary Hollar.
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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 former 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 Licensed Landscape Contractor
Past President Southeastern (US) Palm Society
Member Southeastern Palm Society
Former member International Plant Propagators Society
Serving Eastern NC Since 1975
Celebrating 45 years in 2020
Monday-Friday 9-5 Saturday 9-4
Consultations available Monday - Friday and by appointment year round.
Our COLD HARDY PALMS
Some in very short supply.
THANK YOU !!!
In 2020 we celebrate 45 years in the nursery and landscape business.
During the last 10 years or so we survived the worst recession, my lung cancer, the worst duration freeze event in100 years and loss of thousands of plants but managed to keep going by the Grace of God and the support of our friends and customers.
For this we are very grateful.
Gary, Missy and Leigh Anne Hollar
More plants available daily. Come See
Perennial Hibiscus 'Red Star'
Beautiful Knockout Roses in three colors in 3 gallon containers.
Early evening walk through the nursey at sundown after working all day restocking plant dispaly areas on April 24th.
It will soon be time for the beautiful Crape Myrtles to start their Summer show. The one on the right is the wonderful Natchez with large fragrant flowers. No problem with Aphids on Natchez as compared with the Tuscarora on the left. It makes a great flowering shade tree reaching heights of 30-35 feet. Notice the somewhat weeping effect when full of flowers. In the winter the bark peels to expose a beautiful cinnamon colored trunk.
We planted these in our neighborhood many years ago and they have never been cut back ( aka "Crape Murdered" ) Plant them and leave them alone. We have large sizes of these available now.