Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by Dennis, Dec 23, 2001.

  1. Dennis

    Dennis LawnSite Member
    from Ga.
    Messages: 155

    After looking over the search feature i am still at a loss.
    I am trying to find a wholesale Nursery in middle Ga. (macon )I am willing to drive to Atlanta/Savanna etc. or willing to pay shipping.
    If anyone knows of good seller please let me know.
  2. Atlantic Lawn

    Atlantic Lawn LawnSite Senior Member
    Male, from Outer Banks NC
    Messages: 950

    The Yellow Pages is always a good place to start, some good companies just don't have an online presence yet.I have urls for sites that have auctions for large quanties of trees and shrubs,email me if you want a few.
  3. Cheese burger

    Cheese burger LawnSite Member
    Messages: 33

    Tree House Nursery in Locust Grove Ga (I-75 @ exit 216) approximately 40 mile north of macon can be reached @ 770-898-5651 ask for Angela or Don

    they have an excellent selection. They are strictly wholesale but will deal with any contractor regardless of how big an order you have.
  4. Dennis

    Dennis LawnSite Member
    from Ga.
    Messages: 155

    Thanks for the replys, I'll give tree house a call for sure, Steve I'll get back to you if this one don't work, I'm just not big enough for large quant. yet.

    OBRYANMAINT LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 555

    i think many wholesalers are hard to find because in my area they dont advertise..........it all word of mouth.........ask other friendly lco's and such
  6. SouthernGardening

    SouthernGardening LawnSite Member
    Messages: 22

    Attend a few landscaping trade shows in your area and you'll be introduced to lots of wholesale growers. Your extension agent probably has some info. Also inquire about professional organizations in your area.

    Since my business and design/installations are small, I find that it's often not cost effective for me to buy wholesale due to the driving times involved. Most retailers will give a discount of 10-20% to people in the trade.

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