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Nelson: Saunders Brothers’ Boxwood Used In Landscaping Of Rose Garden At White House

[ 0 ] September 3, 2020 |

Photo courtesy of Saunders Brothers, Inc : Mr. Paul Saunders (center) is surrounded by his sons Tom, Bennett, Jim, and Robert at the Rose Garden’s recent unveiling at the White House. Their boxwoods from right here in Nelson were used extensively in the landscaping design.

The Rose Garden
Washington, D.C.

In a most prestigious honor, Saunders Brothers, Inc located in Nelson County was the exclusive provider of boxwoods in The Rose Garden at The White House in Washington, D.C.

“We were honored to be the sole supplier of boxwood in the recent renovation of The White House Rose Garden. The Saunders family’s connection to the Rose Garden spans two generations. Paul Saunders supplied the first boxwood for the Rose Garden in 1962 and Saunders Brothers has continued to supply boxwood and consult with The White House gardeners throughout the years,” the family said in a recent post to the company’s Facebook page.

Photo courtesy of Saunders Brothers, Inc : Saunders Brothers NewGen Independence® boxwood being placed on the grounds at The Rose Garden. The boxwood is a new variety that is more resistant to pest and disease.

We were honored to be the sole supplier of boxwood in the recent renovation of The White House Rose Garden. The Saunders…


To see more photos visit Saunders Facebook page above.

Congrats to everyone over at Saunders Brothers!

Way to go!

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