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Softscape Landscapes

Rose Varieties Create Art in the Garden

An inspired garden reminiscent of Rembrandt calls for roses. Creating living art in the landscape grows environmental appreciation, sparks creativity and provides a connection with others. With a palette of plant options in size, color and style the floral choices for planting an artful garden are limitless. Loma Vista Nursery is growing the following roses…

Newer Perennials for 2023

All About the Benefits - No Troubles

The 2023 crop of new perennials features no-fuss plants packed with benefits. Loma Vista Nursery is growing the following healthy plants for independent garden centers, landscape contractors and wholesale distributors. For more information about all our 2023 offerings, visit the online catalog. ‘Serendipity’ Ornamental Onion (Allium hybrid) – Photo courtesy of Proven Winners. Serendipity Allium…

New Shrubs for 2023

Bountiful Blooms for Beautiful Landscapes

This year’s stylish landscapes and gardens will feature specimen shrubs that deliver bold and bountiful blooms. We’re growing the following 2023 new shrub varieties that deliver all the benefits!  Be sure to check out our next blog, when we will feature Loma Vista Nursery’s new perennials for 2023. For more information, visit our online catalog.…

Curiosity Seals the Deal

Inspiring Student Horticulturists

By Lyndsi Oestmann Late last fall I had the honor of visiting the Throckmorton Plant Sciences Center at my alma mater, Kansas State University (KSU). Chad Miller, Ph.D., associate professor of landscape  horticulture, invited me to present to his students enrolled in the class, “HORT 190 Preparing for Your Horticulture Career.” Preparing the next generation…

Celebrating the Future

Lyndsi Oestmann's New Year Outlook

With the interesting challenges of 2022 behind us, what can we expect from the year ahead? We asked Loma Vista Nursery’s Lyndsi Oestmann to give us an outlook. Q. From a grower perspective, what excites you most as we enter a new year? A. We are excited to see where 2023 takes us! We look…

‘Tis the Season

All About Evergreens

There’s just something about evergreens that brings hope to winter landscapes. Maybe it’s their durability. Perhaps it’s their varied shapes and sizes. It may even be their hue, which heralds spring by reminding us that color will again return to our yards and gardens. At Loma Vista Nursery, we produce a variety of container and…

A Day in the Life

Multitasking for Efficiency

Multitasking has its pros and cons, but when it’s out of control it is a frustrating part of the workday for most of us. Thankfully, there is a way to climb a mountain of to-dos and accomplish something, too. It’s called multitasking for efficiency. Take a bird’s-eye view of the day’s tasks, prioritize projects, set…

There’s a New Star in Town

Curtain Set to Rise on Pop Star™ Hydrangea

Joining an already star-studded cast of garden superstars, it’s almost curtain call for Pop Star® Bigleaf Hydrangea – the newest addition to the Endless Summer® Hydrangeas Collection. Introduced by Bailey Innovations™ earlier this year, Loma Vista Nursery has Pop Star hydrangea in production now for Spring 2023 client availability. Loma Vista Nursery is a wholesale…

Taking a Break

The Importance of Dormancy

Dormancy is much more than a long winter’s nap. It’s Mother Nature’s way of preparing for spring. Dormancy is also a chance for the nursery to wind down the year and prepare for a new growing season. Plants take up moisture and nutrients through roots in the soil as they progress through seasonal cycles. They…

Planning for Spring

Timeless Selections for Fall Planting

As long as the ground is not frozen, anytime is a good time to plant a tree. Fall is a particularly good time because, planted early enough in the season, cooler temps and fall rains help trees establish their root systems before winter and the stress of summer heat and drought sets in. If you…