Houston-Based TreeTown USA Acquires Village Nurseries

Houston-Based TreeTown USA Acquires Village Nurseries

TreetownUSATreeTown USA, a Houston-based grower with locations in Texas and Florida, recently agreed to acquire Village Nurseries, a California-based specialty grower for landscape professionals, re-wholesalers, and retailers. The deal represents one of the largest strategic nursery acquisitions in recent years and creates a nursery with a coast-to-coast footprint.

“This deal allows us to partner with one of the industry’s leading wholesale nurseries and positions us to expand our geographic reach to industry professionals seeking the wide breadth of trees and shrubs we offer, many of which are patented or exclusive and not readily available at other wholesale nurseries,” says Jonathan Saperstein, CEO of TreeTown USA.

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The acquisition of Village Nurseries supports TreeTown USA’s continued growth plans and accelerates entry into new and adjacent markets. With the addition of its new West Coast division, which will continue to operate under its trade name of Village Nurseries, TreeTown USA’s operations will encompass 16 farm locations throughout California, Texas, and Florida, consisting of more than 4,000 acres in production. In addition to the company’s focus on employees and market expansion, the deal solidifies TreeTown USA as a market leader in the horticultural industry.

“We are extremely excited about this transaction and the potential it brings,” says David House, president of Village Nurseries. “It allows us to partner with one of the industry’s leading wholesale nurseries and positions us to expand our geographic reach to industry professionals seeking the wide breadth of trees and shrubs we offer, many of which are patented or exclusive and not readily available at other wholesale nurseries.”

TreeTown USA is known for its high-quality container-grown trees, shrubs, perennials, tropical and cold hardy palms, as well as container and field-grown palms. TreeTown USA grows more than 1,000 unique plant selections and variations, including field-grown palms, 23 different container sizes, more than 100 varieties of stone fruit, and more than 300 different species of plants.