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Nursery Management Cover Story

This month we are proud to be the cover story for Nursery Management! The article highlights our nursery and covers why we decided to get SANC (A Systems Approach to Nursery Certification) certified. We are committed to healthy plants, and that is the main reason we decided to amp up our procedures and pursue this…

Powdery Mildew

Powdery Mildew is a fungus that occurs on many plants. Its name comes from the powdery, flour-like spots that it causes to appear on leaves. There is not one, singular fungus that causes this; rather, it refers to a variety of fungi that affect plants in a similar manner. The good news is that all…

Shade Plant Guide

Your yard or landscape most likely has areas or moments of shade created by your house, shed, fences, or trees. Shade areas are a great opportunity to grow certain variety of plants that do not require – or even like – full sun. If you are considering planting some shade plants, you need to know…

Meet Karen, our quality control manager!

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.…

Karen’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 Rose Selection: Drift Roses

Rethink Your Mother’s Day Gift With Mother’s Day right around the corner, you may be thinking of getting the important people in your life some flowers to thank them for all they’ve done for you. However, rather than buy them a bouquet of flowers that will only last a few weeks at best, give them…

Meet Thomas, our plant health manager!

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.…

Top 5 Plants for Spring Interest

We are finally in the swing of spring, and it looks like the days of frost and cold are finally behind us for the year (fingers crossed). Your yard or landscape ought to be in peak spring mode. Most spring-blooming plants are in full-flower by now. However, that may not be the case for you.…

Leadership Franklin County Graduate: Laura Snider

Laura Snider graduates today from the Leadership Franklin County class that she has been attending for the past nine months. Graduation takes place at Neosho Community College today from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM CT. Laura and the rest of her class present their final reports on what they’ve taken from this class while also…

Our Spring Tree Selection: Royal Raindrops Crabapple

HAPPY EARTH DAY AND HAPPY EARLY ARBOR DAY! Today is a great day to get outside into the fresh air and tend to your beloved plants. To celebrate, we are going to highlight one of our favorite trees. We are now full-swing into spring. The shrubs and perennials in your landscape are probably blooming, but…