Pantano Nurseries is a supplier of wholesale trees for landscape and construction contractors. Pantano only sells trees to contractors; we do not sell retail. If you are a landscape company, construction contractor, industry grounds department, golf course maintenance crew, municipality, or trade client, Pantano is a great resource for wholesale trees in Monmouth and surrounding counties.
Pantano stocks as many as 103 different varieties of deciduous leaf dropping trees and 70 different varieties of evergreen trees. The quality of our trees is top grade. Pantano is a customer focused supplier of wholesale-only nursery stock. Known for an easy to understand, well organized nursery, the plants are clearly marked and grouped, loading is quick and efficient. Check out is prompt. Delivery is available.
Planting Christmas Trees
Advise your residential customers who want to plant their Christmas Tree after the holiday season to dig a large hole in September or October and fill it with autumn leaves. Winter ground is too hard to dig. The hole should not be deeper than the root ball. In January when they want to move the tree from the warm house to the yard, the hole is already dug, and the leaves just need to be scooped out. Remember to cut the bottom of the burlap that is covering the roots so that the roots grow in spring. Roll the tree into the hole and fill in the gaps with loose earth. Having a couple bags of loose soil in the shed will prevent any digging until spring. Expect some pine needle loss and browning during the first winter due to the climate change from the house to the outdoors. The tree will grow happily in spring and turn evergreen.
Pantano Inventory for winter
CONCOLOR FIR – Abies concolor with a habit of spire-like to narrow-conical form, this is one of the most adaptable firs. Its’ needles are green to blue-green, and the fir grows to be about 30-50 feet high.
HORSTMANN’S SILB – Abies koreana Slow growing plant with dark green needles that recurve to show white undersides. Upright cones help make this plant a beautiful picture.
BLUE ATLAS CEDAR – Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca’ Distinct blue-gray foliage on an evergreen tree that gets 30+ feet tall and 20’ feet wide. Great specimen at the edge of a property.
COLUMNAR BLUE ATLAS CEDAR – Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca Fastigiata’ A tighter, columnar form of the beautiful Blue Atlas Cedar. Can grow 30+ feet tall but stays narrow and grows slowly.
WEEPING BLUE ATLAS CEDAR – Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca Pendula’ A beautiful weeping form of Blue Atlas Cedar. Each plant is a unique cascade of bright blue needles on a plant with heavy character.
GOLDEN DEODORA CEDAR – Cedrus deodara ‘Aurea’ Striking evergreen tree with graceful arching branches that turn up at the end. Golden color adds even more interest.
PROSTRATE BEAUTY DEODORA CEDAR – Cedrus deodara ‘Prostrate Beauty’ A flat, spreading selection of Deodar Cedar. Deep blue feathery foliage is striking. Slow grower. Grows 5 feet tall and up to 10 feet wide in 10 years.
WEEPING ALASKAN CEDAR – Chamaecyparis nootkatensis ‘Pendula’ The main branches of this specimen tree have a clear-cut upsweep while branchlets droop in long poised streamers.
BUSHY BLUE ALASKAN CEDAR – – Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis ‘Bushy Blue’ Full bushy specimen. Foliage is a richer blue than the species; makes a stunning specimen.
GREEN HINOKI CYPRESS– Chamaecyparis obtusa Large, broad, conical tree with spreading branches and thick shiny green foliage.
GOLDEN HINOKI CYPRESS – Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Aurea’ Large, broad, conical tree with spreading branches and thick golden foliage.
VERDONI HINOKI CYPRESS – Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Verdoni’ Irregular compact pyramidal dwarf cypress. Yellow new growth contrasts with older green growth. Grows 8’ tall and 6’ wide
LEYLAND CYPRESS – Cupressocyparis leylandii Fast growing evergreen that ranges in color from dark green to blue-green and forms a symmetrical pyramid with tiny brown cones. LARGER SIZES AVAILABLE – PLEASE INQUIRE
GOLD RIDER LEYLAND CYPRESS – Cupresso cyparis leylandii ‘Gold Rider’ Compact pyramidal with bright yellow tips becoming darker as the season progresses and adds to the feathery texture of this specimen. This slow grower matures at 60 to 70 feet tall with a 8 to 15 foot width. Excellent as a landscape specimen.
NELLIE STEVENS HOLLY – Ilex x ‘Nellie R. Stevens’ Bears noticeable bright and large orange-red berries on luscious dark evergreen foliage.
LARGER SPECIMENS AVAILABLE DR KASSAB – Ilex cornuta Broad pyramidal evergreen with dark green leaves. Extraordinary because of its’ horizontal branching habit and red fruits.
OAKLEAF HOLLY – Ilex x ‘Conaf’ This beautiful holly has a dense, narrowly pyramidal habit that is excellent for screening. This variety is self-fertile. Glossy green leaves resemble that of an oak, abundant scarlet fruit in winter make this a great addition to the landscape.
MARY NELL HOLLY – Ilex x ‘Mary Nell’ Upright pyramidal holly with distinctive dark foliage and bright red fruit. Good screening plant and is very heat tolerant.
SPARTAN JUNIPER – Juniperus chinensis ‘Spartan’ This durable evergreen rapidly grows and forms an excellent pyramidal shape lasting all year.
TORULOSA JUNIPER – Juniperus chinensis ‘Torulosa’ An upright, medium-size Juniper with erect branches that have an appealing rustic appearance. Foliage is dense and rich green. This Juniper reaches 20 to 30 feet tall and 10 to 15 feet wide and makes a handsome addition to the landscape.
EASTERN RED CEDAR – Juniperus virginiana ‘Taylor’ This selection has a very densely-branched, conical, columnar habit and is considered by some to be one of the best forms. Foliage is attractive gray green. Matures at 15 to 20 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide.
PICEA – Spruce NORWAY SPRUCE – Picea abies (excelsa) Fast growing, large, pyramidal evergreen with poised, wide sweeping-branches carpeted by pendulous branchlets.
COLUMNAR NORWAY SPRUCE – Picea abies ‘Cupressina’ Fast growing, large tree in columnar upright form. Orange or reddish-brown shoots and dark green leaves cover the upper sides of the branchlets densely.
WEEPING WHITE SPRUCE – Picea glauca ‘Pendula’ Gorgeous, large, columnar tree with grayish-white bark. The descending branches make this weeping Pendula.
SKYLANDS ORIENTAL SPRUCE – Picea orientalis ‘Skylands’ Gorgeous slow growing small tree which stays golden yellow throughout the year.
SERBIAN SPRUCE – Picea omorika This narrow conifer displays glossy green needles having unique double white bands on the underside.
BACHERI SPRUCE – picea pungens ‘Bacheri’ Great small to medium-sized tree with vividly glaucous blue leaves.
BLUE TOTEM SPRUCE – Picea pungens ‘Blue Totem’ This selection of Blue Spruce is a vivid powdery blue color, narrow and upright. This beautiful blue totem pole will make a great accent in any garden or a narrow hedge for privacy.
COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE – Picea pungens ‘Glauca’ This popular evergreen conifer has a symmetrical pyramidal form. The branches are rigid and covered with stiff gray-blue needles. It’s most used for accent, windbreak, or tall screen.
COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE SELECT – Picea pungens ‘Glauca’ Greatly improved selection with high blue foliage. This spruce has rigid branches and a symmetrical pyramidal form.
INFORMAL BLUE SPRUCE – Picea pungens Medium sized to large tree with horizontal, whorled branches. It is Colorado irregular shaped with silvery-blue foliage.
COLUMNAR BLUE SPRUCE – Picea pungens ‘Glauca Fastigiata’ A popular selection because of its tight, columnar habit and attractive, blue color. Since it will not grow as tall as the species, nor as wide, it is the perfect choice for planting in a smaller area.
FAT ALBERT – Picea pungens glauca ‘Fat Albert’ Broad pyramidal evergreen conifer with rich blue needles. Fat Albert is an excellent landscape specimen and is used for a living Christmas tree.
PINUS – Pine VANDERWOLF PINE – Pinus flexilis ‘Vanderwolf’s Pyramid’ A distinctive, pyramidal shaped pine with fine, long, dark, twisted, silvery, blue-green needles displayed on dense branches. Very uniform and upright habit makes this selection highly desirable.
OREGON GREEN PINE – Pinus nigra ‘Oregon Green’ Attractive, slow growing pine with numerous stiff green needles. This pine matures to 10-12 feet tall and 8-10 feet wide in about 10 years.
JAPANESE WHITE PINE – Pinus parviflora Conical when young and flat-topped when older, this small to medium sized tree has leaves in five that are deep blue green with blue-white inner surfaces.
EASTERN WHITE PINE – Pinus strobus Fast growing pine with strong horizontal branches holding blue-green needles. This white pine is perfect for windbreaks and tall screens.
LARGER SPECIMENS AVAILABLE FASTIGIATED EASTERN WHITE PINE – Pinus strobus ‘Fastigiata’ Beautiful well-known, narrow, and upright pine.
SCOTCH PINE – Pinus sylvestris Large, tall, stemmed tree in pom pom form. Known for its’ attractive young reddish bark with twisted leaves that are gray-green or blue green in color.
BONNA HINDU PAN SCOTCH PINE – Pinus sylvestris ‘Bonna’ Bonna is a rapid grower and does better in full sun. has long, soft needles, but also for its cinnamon-colored pealing bark. Has broad, upright growth habit
JAPANESE BLACK PINE – Pinus thunbergii ‘Thunderhead’ An evergreen tree great for tough sites with little water and poor soils. Needles are bluish-green and twisted in bundles of two. The Pom Pom shape allows the attractive reddish exfoliating bark to be exposed.
DOUGLAS FIR – Psuedotsuga menziessii magnificent conifer with green needles on wide extensive branches.
CLEVELAND SELECT PEAR – Pyrus calleryana ‘Cleveland Select’ A distinctive pyramidal form makes this tree great for the street or yard. White flowers bloom in spring and glossy green foliage changes to purplish, red, and orange in the fall.
NEW BRADFORD PEAR – Pyrus calleryana ‘Holmford’ This seemingly perfect tree has even stronger branches than Bradford. Its’ broad oval canopy is loaded with snow-white flowers in the spring
UMBRELLA PINE – Sciadopitys verticillata One of the most beautiful evergreens for the winter garden, the Japanese Umbrella Pine is a slow-growing specimen that always attracts attention. It is an elegant conifer with long, thick, lustrous needles and a long and fascinating history.
DANACA GLOBE ARBORVITAE – Thuja occidentalis ‘Danaca’ Dwarf, globe-shaped evergreen that is extremely versatile with its’ bright emerald green foliage held in flattened sprays.
DEGROOT’S SPIRE ARBORVITAE – Thuja occidentalis ‘Degroot’s Spire’ Finely textured, narrow fastigiated form with twisted foliage. Slowly grows to 12-20 feet, with a final width of 2 feet. The evergreen foliage is medium dark green. Used in rows as screens or as a narrow specimen.
EMERALD GREEN ARBORVITAE – Thuja occidentalis ‘Emerald Green’ This densely branched pyramidal form displays rich emerald, green foliage holding its’ color throughout winter.
FOREVER GOLDY ARBORVITAE – Thuja plicata ‘4EVER’ Forever Goldy Arborvitae Trees make gorgeous and unique privacy screens with their buttery-yellow, green color. They are easy to grow and are drought tolerant once they are established. Arborvitaes need very little pruning to maintain their shape.
GEORGE PEABODY ARBORVITAE – Thuja plicata an outrageous medium sized tree with rich gold foliage looking best in winter after frost.
For more information contact Pantano nursery and landscape supply at 143 County Road 522 Manalapan, NJ 07726 PH: (732) 786-8503 https://www.pantanonursery.com/wholesale-perennials/