Pick up your plants in Virginia Beach or Williamsburg

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DropStop provides you with pick-up locations in Virginia Beach and Williamsburg. Instead of picking up at Lancaster Farms or on-site delivery, you can choose a DropStop location that is convenient for you.

Virginia Beach
Monday through Friday
7am-9am

Landscape Supply, Inc.
513 Viking Dr.
Virginia Beach, VA 23452

 

Williamsburg
Monday and Wednesday
7am-9am

Days Inn By Wyndham Historic Area
706 Bypass Rd. US 60
Williamsburg, VA 23815

 
  • Order by 12:00pm and pick up your plants the next scheduled morning.

  • $40 Flat Fee with no minimum order

  • Stone and bulk items are excluded.

Inventory Highlights for Week 18, 2018

Great looking plant material the for the ground or the shelves

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Plenty of Spring Color to go around.


Beautiful plants, ready for jobs, ready for retail

We hope you are enjoying this warm weather. Check out these beauties now in our availability. From trees to shrubs to flowers, we have what you need for a successful season.

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Beautiful foliage with bright red berries make Eagleston Holly stand out. A short, pyramidal tree ideal for a privacy screen, hedge, or foundation plant, these are in a 30 gallon can and are 6-8' tall.


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Revered in Japan and China, Podocarpus Macrophyllus is an elegant shrub that features slender strap-shaped leaves and provides a unique aesthetic to the landscape. Ours are in a 3 gallon can and 24-30" tall.


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Looking like an intimidating D-line, our Arborvitae Emerald Green are athletes in the landscape. We have them in a 6 gallon can and are around 36" tall.

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Otto Luyken Laurel is a dwarf variety of the stately English Laurel. Dense lush foliage provides a backdrop for its showy white spiked flowers. We carry these in a 6 gallon can at 18-21" tall.

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A hardy and upright handsome shrub, Laurel Schipkaensis is an ideal plant for offering privacy without completely blocking the view. Our selection is in a 6 gallon can and are 36+" tall.


These plants are just a sampling of our overall availability. Check out everything we have below.

Spring Trees: Birch, Ginkgo, and Pear

Starting Spring Strong

April is usually when these particular trees fill out and are ready for instant impact. Click on the links for plant details and availability.


 Excellent narrow front  yard tree for limited  spaces. It’s a natural  around water where it  thrives in the moisture.
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Birch 'Dura Heat'

Excellent narrow front yard tree for limited spaces. It’s a natural around water where it thrives in the moisture. Known for its dramatic color-changing foliage in the Fall and it's paper-like peeling bark, this Birch grows 30-50' Tall and 20-30' Wide. 

Zone 5


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Ginkgo 'Autumn Gold'

Upright with symmetrical branching, Ginkgo Autumn Gold starts off with green leaves turning into a blazing yellow in the Fall. Its ability to thrive in wet areas and tolerance of most soils makes for an excellent street tree. Grows to 50' Tall and 30' Wide.

Zone 4


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Pear 'Cleveland Select'

Glossy green leaves make way for a fireworks show in the fall with gold, red, and purple hues. 'Cleveland Select' is an ornamental pear tree that is low-maintenance, drought tolerant and grows well in clay or sandy soil. While it doesn't provide fruit, the overall shape of this columnar tree is true to it's namesake. 40' Tall and 25-30' Wide

Zone 4

The plants were the star of the show

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This week our plants were used in a local video production shoot. Art Director, Jon Powers was having a difficult time finding colorful blooms for a scene. Luckily the last few warm days brought on some blooms. They ended up using Encore Azaleas, Gaillardia Arizona Apricot, Armeria Thrit Rose, Nepeta Early Bird, and Fort Hill Pink Creeping Phlox.

The plants were the real star of the show. -Jon Powers, Art Director

While most of our plants are destined to residential and commercial properties, we always find it exciting when we see our plants used in other ways.