What’s the fastest way to spruce up your home on a tight budget?
If you have a DIY attitude, investing in your property’s landscaping will instantly upgrade your space without costing a fortune.
Since Grover’s Wholesale Nursery is open to the public, we’ll help you find the best trees, shrubs, and flowers for your property at the same competitive prices we give contractors in your neighborhood.
With almost 50 years in the landscaping business, we take pride in building long-term relationships with our customers. That’s why we have the highest standards for growing and supplying healthy, disease-free trees and plants for our nursery.
Let our experienced professionals give you the know-how, advice, and tools you need to transform your front walkway, backyard, patio area, and everywhere else in between.
Monday – Friday 7:00am – 4:00pm
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Plant just three trees strategically around your home and you could cut your summer A/C bill by up to 50%! Give your lawn a canopy of tree leaves and you’ll slow down the evaporation of water from your grass so you water less (and save more money).
Plus, trees muffle loud noises from the road and create a shady, serene oasis for your family and guests.
Here are a few of our favorite trees:
Find out why the Acer Palmatum looks good in all seasons (and especially without leaves!).
You’ll love your Chinese Pistache tree for being so resilient to disease and insects, but hear why it may become your favorite during autumn.
Though the Magnolia Little Gem is considered a dwarf of its namesake tree, do you know how tall this evergreen with pretty white flowers actually grows?
Looking for a tree with colorful leaves and unusual bark? Meet the surprising Crepe Myrtle.
To ensure harmony in your design, our experienced professionals will walk you through your flowers’ seasonal color changes. We know that:
Take a peek at these beautiful choices:
See why this bright Echinacea Purpurea, a member of the sunflower family, will make you smile every spring.
Hemerocallis, also called Daylilies, are hardy enough to bloom through spring, summer, and fall though their individual blossoms only last one day. Good thing they have multiple bloom cycles!
Though Lavendula is a dwarf variety of Lavender, did you know it has a longer blooming period and is easier to maintain?
This fuzzy, pink grass grows waist-high and works great around rocks and water features. Plus, it doesn’t guzzle a ton of water so it always looks good despite watering restrictions.
Just like trees, shrubs can lower your energy bills and provide a habitat and safe shelter for animals, birds, and butterflies. Choose from fragrant varieties, those with colorful foliage or colored stems, or even ones that produce berries.
We think these shrubs are the bee’s knees:
Though beautiful, olive trees are huge and make a mess. See why a Dwarf Olive makes a better shrub.
Looking for an easy-to-maintain rose that will flower all spring and summer long? Check out all three colors of the Iceberg Rose.
Need a super low-maintenance groundcover that will keep its color year round? Naturally soft Lamb’s Ear fits the bill. You may even find a colorful surprise come summer 🙂
Because Nandina Domestica turns from green to red at the first sign of frost, we think this shrub actually looks prettier in the winter. What about you?
The wide-reaching Camellia Sasanqua doesn’t need much to hide or conceal unsightly obstructions. Consider the pink flowers a bonus.