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  • Johan Smits tree nurseries
  • Johan Smits tree nurseries
  • Johan Smits tree nurseries
  • Johan Smits tree nurseries
  • Johan Smits tree nurseries
  • Johan Smits tree nurseries
  • Johan Smits tree nurseries
  • Johan Smits tree nurseries

Welcome to Johan Smits tree nurseries


Smits Tree Nurseries is a young and dynamic field production nursery located in North Brabant close to Breda. The plants are grown at a distance from each other and are individually cultivated to an end product. Plants are allowed to grow naturally and you can see this, as well as our added creativity, in the many shapes available in our nursery.

The tree nursery specialises in hedging elements. Hedging elements are pre-shaped hedging plants, which can be used to obtain a mature hedge immediately on planting. As well as hedging elements, topiary shapes are also grown, including domes, beehives, blocks, cones, Pyramids and pillars. Topiary is a collective term for clipping plants into various shapes during cultivation; from classic to modern and from stylised to artistic. But we also grow trees including espaliers, block-form and roof-form or parasol trees in various trunk lengths. These shapes are available in the Carpinus (Hornbeam), Fagus (Beech), Tilia (Linden) and Taxus (English Yew) range.
We also grow stand-alone leafy and flowering shrubs as bushes or as multi-stemmed trees; cultivated with care into a plant full of character. Hedging conifers as well as evergreen and deciduous hedging plants are grown in the hedging range.

Smits Tree Nurseries delivers throughout Europe every day in season. Please enquire about the options. Our sales, logistics and tree nursery teams take care of your order with the utmost precision. This means we supply your complete plant list with a focus on your budget. Good communication with our customers is very important to us. We are convinced that this results in our plants meeting both expectations and the growing site conditions.