J.P.'s Nursery located at 4568 130th Ave. South in the heart of Welllington, Florida is a hidden gem surrounded by the beautiful polo fields in this exclusive equestrian area. Owner and operator, Corinne 'Cory' Johnston has turned this little slice of heaven into her tropical paradise.
Passionate about plants, Cory started her 5.5 acre nursery in 1980 which led her to incorporate and become a full fledged nursery in 1996; naming the nursery in her mothers' honor 'J.P.'s Nursery' was born using her mother's initials which stands for Joan Patricia. A beautiful tribute.
It is always a pleasure going there because Cory is so helpful and always in a great mood! Cory uses all the best practices in her production to ensure you will purchase the best plant available. She knows how to grow a nice plant! J. P.'s Nursery offers a variety of plants for your landscaping needs. From 15 gallon material to 1 gallon ground covers; she has it all. From trellised Bougainvillea's to seasonal annuals, Cory can help you out. It is well worth the visit to J.P's Nursery!
J. P.'s Nursery - Cory Johnston Owner - 561-644-7924
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Cory's advice to anyone interested in a career in the nursery business is;
'I have learned Mother nature can be either an adversary or an ally. The nursery business is hard work but very rewarding if you love what you do.'
The Friedrich family are the proud owners of Excelsa Gardens. A premier nursery specializing in exotic plants for over 25 years, and longtime members of FNGLA Palm Beach chapter.
Excelsa Gardens grows plants that you won’t find at your average nursery. Mark, Susan and Colin Friedrich are the owners of Excelsa which is located on 30 acres in Loxahatchee, Florida. “We provide a broad range of quality exotic and unusual plant varieties as well as many of the classic favorites”, explains the family. The taste for breathtaking tropicals was acquired while Mark worked at Fairchild Botanic Garden in Miami in 1980. Excelsa Gardens was established in 1990 and was quickly recognized as the place to obtain the “out of the ordinary” cultivars. Plants such as heliconias, gingers, bananas, palms, alocasias, ferns, bromeliads and orchids to name a few are grown to perfection.