Village Nurseries acquires Miramar

July 18, 2013 -  By

Orange, Calif.-based Village Nurseries Wholesale, a specialty grower for landscape professionals, purchased Miramar Wholesale Nurseries in San Diego for an undisclosed amount. The deal is expected to add $11 million to $12 million to Village Nurseries’ sales in 2014.

“This acquisition is important for two reasons,” said Village Nurseries logo, CEO of Village Nurseries. “First, it allows us to bolster our presence in San Diego by annexing an excellent wholesale nursery in a great climate for growing plants. Second, it positions Village Nurseries to enlarge and increase our offerings to meet the needs of a resurgent real estate market in which landscape architects and designers will be demanding more plantings, and the retail segment will be demanding greater variety for home gardens.”

Established in 1993, Miramar Wholesale Nurseries provides landscape plant materials for commercial property managers and landscape contractors in San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange, Imperial and Riverside counties. Its 200-acre site houses a 170-acre wholesale operation, a commercial landscape center and an expert team of horticulturists. The landscape center will serve as Village Nurseries first super landscape center at twice the size of its other four California centers. The acquisition also expands Village Nurseries’ growing acreage approximately 20 percent, from 700 acres to 870 acres.

LM Staff

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