Loma Vista Nursery News

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Our Family Owned Message

We may have new messaging, but that does not mean our values and operations are new. Our new messaging is a tool to better communicate and showcase what we at Loma Vista Nursery have been doing all along. This week we are featuring our family message. We may be family-owned, but we do so much…

Our April Pick: Fothergilla

Fothergilla aka “Witch Alder”  April is upon us. Hopefully you’ve cleaned up your landscape and garden beds by now, but maybe now you’re wondering what you should plant. Well, lucky for you, our team is always ready to send plant recommendations your way. above: Fothergilla “Mount Airy” Also known as ‘Witch Alder,’ Fothergilla is our…

Meet Brooke, our propagator and perennial grower!

Loma Vista Nursery Employee Features We at Loma Vista Nursery are not only proud of our plants, but we are also proud of our operations and the people who work here, which is why we are featuring blogs and videos about the people who make up our incredible team and how we run our nursery.…

Brooke’s Top 5 Plants

The horticulture industry is chock-full of plant enthusiasts, and here at Loma Vista Nursery, it is no different. Each day at work, you can find our staff debating various plants. Every day it feels the March Madness NCAA bracket but with plants. And instead of the challenge lasting just one month, this debate goes on…

Our Resource Message

We may have new messaging, but that does not mean our values and operations are new. Our new messaging is a tool to better communicate and showcase what we at Loma Vista Nursery have been doing all along. This week we are featuring our resource message. It’s not just enough to say we are a…

Fragrant Viburnums

There are a lot of factors that go into selecting plants for a garden or landscape. Such things to consider include seasonal interest, color, growing habit, size, utility, etc. However, most of the factors people consider are visual and rely too heavily on what plants look like in a landscape. What many people overlook or…

Meet Manuel, Our Tree Farm Expert!

Loma Vista Nursery: Employee Features We at Loma Vista Nursery are not only proud of our plants, but we are also proud of our operations and the people who work here, which is why we are going to start featuring blogs and videos about the people who make up our incredible team and how we…

Downy Mildew Prevention Guide

A springtime disease With spring finally on the horizon also comes the risk of getting downy mildew on your plants. Downy mildew is a disease that causes whitish or yellow patching on leaves that will then brown. Often times the patching will follow specific veins in the leaf. Eventually the disease causes leaves to completely…

Our Service Message!

We may have new messaging, but that does not mean our values and operations are new. Our new messaging is a tool to better communicate and showcase what we at Loma Vista Nursery have been doing all along. This week we are featuring our service message. When we boil down our business, our goals all…

Our Pick for Spring Interest: Magnolias

The weather can be quite dreary in spring, especially in the beginning when winter is resisting letting go. It’s easy for you and your landscape to be feeling blue. However, we have a fix for that. Try planting Magnolias. Why Magnolias? Early spring interest The main reason we think that Magnolias are one of the…