Patuxent Wholesale Landscape Contractor Application

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Patuxent Nursery Wholesale Contractor. Please download the Wholesale Membership Application by clicking the button below. Once the application has been completed and returned, our Contractor Department will contact you pertaining to the status of your request.

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What does a Patuxent Nursery Wholesale Contractor Membership entail?
Click here to read about our Wholesale Program.


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Patuxent Nursery Contractor Sales
2410 North Crain Highway, Bowie, MD 20716

Fax: 301-218-5120

Email: laurastatler@patuxentnursery.com

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