Beverly Hill's Nursery


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Who We Are

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Beverly Hill’s Nursery started in 1987 with rooted cuttings of dwarf conifers from the UNC Botanical Gardens and the NC State Raulston Arboretum. Back then we were a wholesale nursery for landscaping plants.  In 2004, we decided just growing great plants wasn't enough.  We wanted to help our customers create beautiful landscapes that meet their needs--designs that are in harmony with the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains and plants that were suited to the region.   

We take great care with every plant we grow, every landscape we design, and every job we work on, with the belief that outdoor areas can be a source of great joy and inspiration for you and your guests.

Owner and landscaper Beverly Hill loves unusual plants and good design.  She takes her inspiration from everywhere--from the natural mountain environment, to formal Japanese gardens, to seasonal perennial gardens.  Her designs juxtapose color, texture and shape--creating outdoors spaces that are pleasing from every angle, in every season.

The JC Raulston Arboretum, the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Services, and the Fletcher Research Station have been great resources and supporters of our business over the decades.   They continue to provide educational resources and advice to our business and our customers

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Beverly Hill, owner and landscape designer

Beverly Hill

Owner & Designer

24 Years of Experience 


  1. NC Nursery and Landscape Association: Certified Plant Professional 

  2. Rain Garden Certification 

  3. NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services: Ground Pesticide Applicator 

  4. NC  Landscape Contractors’ Registration Board: Certificate of Registration

  5. Turf Grass Council of North Carolina: Certified Turf Professional 

  6. Mauget Applicator Certification: Micro-injector/Micro-infusion

Yancey County Farm-City Week 2008: Outstanding Achievement Award for Women in Agriculture

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