The Highest Degree of Excellence Since 1994

Established in 1994, Hensley’s Nursery is family owned and operated by Jamie Hensley.  Specializing in Leyland Cypress, Hensley’s Nursery is a wholesale only operation with over 30 acres of production featuring containerized Leyland Cypress ( Cupressocyparis leylandii) trees in 7, 15 and 30 gallon containers. While Leylands are our staple product, we now grow Thuja ‘Green Giant’, and Crape myrtles including Tuscarora, Natchez, and Muskogee in 15 gallon containers.

We believe in strong customer service and offering only the best product to the market.  We pride ourselves on growing  some of the best leyland cypress ( Cupressocyparis leylandii) in Florida and through out the southeast.  These values have become the cornerstone of Hensley’s Nursery and the source of its great success.

We take great pride in making sure our customers get quality trees and friendly service for your success is our success.

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In Memory of Roger Hensley

 

 

Roger Hensley 1944-2013. In memory of the hardest working, honest person that we have ever known. He was of the highest moral character and will never be forgotten. Roger

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Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show

 

I will be at the Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show (MANTS) in Baltimore ,  Maryland on January 8th , 9th, and 10 th . Hensley’s Nursery will be in booth #2309 with some of our products to show. I look forward to seeing you there.

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Brief Summary of the Leyland Cypress

Leyland Cypress (Cupressocyparis leylandii) adapts well to practically all soils- clay, sand, and most mixtures.   Once firmly established in soil, the tree adapts well to moderate drought conditions and likes full sun or partial.  They should not be planted in low-lying or swampy areas.   The Leyland provides excellent privacy around homes and businesses.  They enhance the beauty and value of homes and stay green year round.  They are also used in agriculture areas and provide excellent wind barriers around perimeters of field and pastures
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