Gossett’s Landscape Nursery, Inc. is a wholesale plant nursery located in the Deep River community just west of Greensboro, NC. Established in 1955, we continue to produce high quality ornamental plants, shrubs, and shade/flowering trees. We currently grow over 225 varieties with new ones being added every growing season. Being a christian based, second and third generation family owned operation, we strive to ensure that our customers receive prompt, friendly and personalized service.
Please use our website plant dictionary and buyers guide for informative plant “look up” complete with detailed descriptions and color plant photographs taken in the nursery and landscape settings. Wholesale buyers must have a password to access pricing and availability. Please call James or Alan at 336-454-2548 or 800-487-2555.
The roots of our nursery extend back to the early 1900s. Originally the family farm was used by Walt and Annie Gossett to grow vegetables and tobacco. These farm products were taken to market in Winston Salem by horse and wagon, leaving at sunrise and returning the next day. In 1943, son Ralph Gossett served in the army as a military policeman during WWII. While in Germany, he saw the many vineyards, gardens, and arboretums there, some of which date back centuries. After his return to Deep River, he cultivated the idea of turning the old family farm into a nursery. By the early 50s, he and wife, Clara Mae, started their nursery with little more than a dream and sweat equity. Over the years, the nursery grew along with their family. Sons Philip and Keith grew up among the trees and shrubs, eventually becoming the owners in the late ’70s. Today we, along with longtime dedicated employees, carry on what Ralph and Clara “planted” so many years ago.
Gossett's Landscape Nursery, Inc are growers of superior quality woody ornamental plants, shrubs, and trees since 1955. Located in Guilford county of the Piedmont triad region of north-central North Carolina, we supply quality plant material to garden centers, landscapers, and contractors in the mid-atlantic region. We hope you will find our website informative, helpful, and easy to use.
Plant pictorial dictionary and digital plant pictures are continually updated throughout the growing season.