Products

Cerbo’s Parsippany Greenhouse and Nursery sells a wide variety of products for both the amateur and professional landscaper. Click on one of the headings below to see some of the products we sell within those product groupings.

If you’re looking for something you don’t see here or would like to check our inventory please call us at 973-334-2623 or complete the contact form.

We’re also able to offer a variety of related services to help landscapers, including delivery, design and installation. Click here for more details on our services.

Top Soil

Hemlock

Hardwood

Dyed Brown/Black

Hardwood Bagged

Red/Black Cedar Bagged

Cedar Bagged

Quarry Process (QP)

River Stone 1-3”

River Stone ⅜”

¾” Gravel

Starter Rich 8-18-1

Shrub Rich 7-8-7

Tru Lawn 10-6-4

Garden Rich 5-10-5

Proscape 25-0-5

Treflan 5%

Merit .5G

Penn Mulch/Seed Aide

Salt Hay

Farm Hay

Straw

Peat Moss

Pelletized Lime

Ranger Pro Glyphosate

Chain Lock

Tree Stakes

FULL LINE OF BONIDE CONTROL PRODUCTS

Abelia grandiflora — Glossy abelia
Abies concolor — Concolor or White firr
Acer campestre “Queen Elizabeth” — Hedge maple
Acer ginnala — Amur maple
Acer palmatum atropurpureum — Japanese Bloodgood maple
Acer palmatum dissectum varieties — Japanese Laceleaf maple
Acer platanoides “Crimson King/Royal Red” — Crimson King/Royal Red maple
Acer rubrum “October Glory”, “Red Sunset”, and “Red point” — Red Maple
Acer saccharum “Green Mountain” — “Green Mountain” Sugar Maple
Acer x freemani “Armstrong” — Armstrong Maple
Amelanchier “Autumn Brilliance” — Serviceberry, Shadbush1
Azalea deciduous — Lemon Lites, Orchid Lites, Mandarin Lites, Rosey Lites
Azalea evergreen —
Blaauw’s Pink — Salmon/mid
Delaware Valley White — White/early
Hino Crimson — Red/early
Karen — Purple/early
Pleasant White — White/mid
Poukanensis — Purple/early
Tradition — Pink/early
Stewarts — Red/Late
Berberis “Aurea” — Golden Barberry
“Crimson Pygmy” — Crimson Pygmy Barberry
“Rose Glow” — Rose Glow Barberry
“Royal Burgundy” — Royal Burgundy Barberry
“William Penn” — William Penn Barberry
Betula pendula “Youngii” — Weeping Birch
Betula n. “Heritage” and p. “Whitespire” — Heritage River Birch and Whitespire Birch
Buddleia varieties — Butterfly bush
Buxus microphylla “Winter Gem” — Winter Gem Boxwood
“Green Mountain” — Green Mountain Boxwood
“Green Velvet” — Green Velvet Boxwood
sempervirens suffruticosa — Dwarf English Boxwood
variegata — Variegated Boxwood
Callicarpa — Beauty Berry
Carpinus b. fastigiata — Fastigiate hornbeam
Carpinus caroliniana — American hornbeam, Blue beech, Ironwood
Caryopteris “Blue Mist” — Bluebeard “Blue Mist”
Cedrus atlantica glauca and deodora varieties — Blue Atlas and Deodora Cedar
Cedrus atlantica glauca pendula — Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar
Celtis occidentalis — Hackberry
Cephalotaxus — Plum yew
Cercis Canadensis — American Redbud
“Forest Pansy” — American Redbud (Purple Leaf)
Chamaecyparis nootkatensis pendula — Weeping Alaskan Cedar
Chamaecyparis obtusa — Hinoki cypress
“aurea” — Golden Hinoki cypress
Chamaecyparis obtusa nana — Dwarf Hinoki cypress
Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera aurea nana — Dwarf Goldthread cypress
Clematis
Clethra alnifolia “Humming bird” — Summersweet
Cornus florida and Cornus florida rubra — White and Pink Flowering Dogwood
Cornus kousa (pink or white) — Chinese dogwood
Cornus sericea — Redtwig dogwood
“Flaviramea” — Yellowtwig dogwood
Corylus avellana “contorta” — Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick
Cotoneaster apiculata — Cranberry Cotoneaster
Cotoneaster horizontalis “Perpusilla” — Compact Rock Cotoneaster
Cotoneaster salicifolia repandens — Willowleaf Cotoneaster
Cotinus “Royal Purple” — Royal Purple Smokebush
Crataegus viridis “Winter King” — Winter King Hawthorn
“Crimson Cloud” — Crimson Cloud Hawthorn
Cryptomeria japonica “Yoshino” — Japanese Cryptomeria
Cytisus scoparius — Scotch Broom#
Deutzia gracilis “nikko” — Nikko Deutzia
Erica Mediterranean — Mediterranean Heather
Pink — Pink Heather
White — White Heather
Euonymous alatus compacta — Dwarf Burning Bush
Euonymous- “Emerald Gaiety”, “Emerald n Gold”, “Moon Shadow”, “Silver King”, “Manhattan”
Fagus ornamental varieties — Ornamental Beech varieties
Forsythia “Lynwood Gold” — Forsythia
Fothergilla “Mt. Airy” — Dwarf Fothergilla
Fraxinus americana
“Autumn Purple” — Autumn Purple White Ash
Fraxinus pennsylvanica “Patmore” — Patmore Green Ash
Ginkgo biloba — Ginkgo
Gleditsia triacanthos inermis “Shademaster” — Shademaster Honeylocust
Halesia Carolina — Carolina Silverbell
Hamamelis varieties — Witchhazel
Hibiscus syriacus — Rose of Sharon
“Aphrodite” — Pink
“Blue Marlin” — Blue
“Diana” — White
Hydrangea shrub form varieties including proven winners and endless summer — Hydrangea
Hydrangea tree form varieties — Tree Hydrangea
Hydrangea petiolaris — Climbing Hydrangea
Hypericum — St John’s Wort
Ilex “Nellie Stevens”, “Dragon Lady”, and other upright varieties — Upright Holly varieties
Ilex crenata “Steeds” — Steeds Japanese Holly
Ilex crenata “compacta” — Compact Japanese Holly
“Green Luster” — Green Luster Japanese Holly
“Helleri” — Helleri Japanese Holly
“Hoogendorn” — Hoogendorn Japanese Holly
Ilex glabra varieties — Inkberry Holly varieties
Ilex x meserveae “China Boy/China Girl” and Blue Hollies — China and Blue series Hollies
Ilex verticillata — Winterberry Holly
Itea virginiana — Virginia Sweetspire
Juniperus ground cover and shrub varieties — Ground Cover and Shrub Juniper
Juniperus squamata “Blue Star” — “Blue Star Juniper”
Juniperus upright varieties — Upright Junipers
Kalmia varieties — Mountain Laurel
Kerria japonica — Japanese kerria
Koelreuteria paniculata — Golden Rain Tree
Leucothoe axillaris — Leucothoe
Ligustrum ovalifolium — Privet
Lindera benzoin — Spice Bush
Liquidambar styraciflua “Moraine” and “Slender Silhouette” — Sweetgum
Magnolia grandiflora — Southern Magnolia
Magnolia soulangiana — Saucer Magnolia
Magnolia stellata — Star Magnolia
Magnolia virginiana — Sweetbay Magnolia
Magnolia x loebneri — “Merrill” Merrill Magnolia
Malus “Adams Pink” — Adams Crabapple
“Prairiefire” — Prairiefire Crabapple
“Donald Wyman” — Donald Wyman Crabapple
“Royal Raindrops” — Royal Raindrops Crabapple
“Golden Raindrops” — Golden Raindrops Crabapple
“Adirondack” — Adirondack Crabapple
Metasequoia glyptostroboides — Dawn Redwood
Microbiota deccusata — Russian Cypress
Myrica pennsylvanica — Bayberry
Nyssa sylvatica — Blackgum
Philadelphus — Mock Orange
Physocarpus varieties and Proven Winners — Ninebark
Picea abies — Norway Spruce
Picea abies nidiformis — Birds Nest Spruce
Picea abies pendula — Weeping Norway Spruce
Picea glauca — White Spruce
Picea glauca conica — Dwarf Alberta Spruce
Picea omorika — Serbian Spruce
Picea pungens glauca — Colorado Blue Spruce
Picea pungens “Baby Blue” and “Fat Albert” — Baby Blue and Fat Albert Blue Spruce
Picea pungens fastigiata — Columnar Blue Spruce
Picea pungens “Globosa” and “Montgomery” — Dwarf Blue Spruce
Pieris japonica varieties — Andromeda
Pinus cembra — Swiss Stone Pine
Pinus mugo — Mugo Pine
Pinus parviflora glauca — Japanese White Pine
Pinus sylvestris fastigiata — Columnar Scotch Pine
Pinus sylvestris “Poodle” — Scotch Pine Poodle/Topiary
Pinus Strobus — Eastern White Pine
Pinus strobus pendula — Weeping White Pine
Pinus thunbergii “Thunderhead” — Thunderhead Japanese Black Pine
Platanus x acerifolia “Bloodgood” — London Plane Tree1
Potentilla fruticosa “Goldfinger” — Gold cinquefoil
“Abbottswood” — White cinquefoil
Prunus cerasifera “Krauter Vesuvius” — Flowering Plum
Prunus cistena — Purple Leaf Sand Cherry
Prunus “Otto Luyken” — Otto Luyken Cherry Laurel
“Schipkaensis” — Skip Laurel
Prunus “Autumnalis” — Autumn Cherry
Prunus “Kwanzan” — Kwanzan Cherry
Prunus Maackii — Manchurian Cherry
Prunus sargentii “Columnaris” — Sargent Cherry
Prunus “Snow fountain” — Snow Fountain (White) Weeping Cherry
Prunus sub. Pendula “Rosea” — Pink Weeping Cherry
Prunus virginiana “Red Select” — Red Chokecherry
Prunus x yedoensis — Yoshino Cherry
Pyrus calleryana “Cleveland” and “Redspire” — Flowering Pear1
Quercus bicolor — Swamp White Oak
Quercus palustris — Pin Oak
Quercus robur fastigiata — Columnar English Oak
Quercus rubra — Northern Red Oak
Rhododendron Dwarf — Rhododendron
“Purple Gem” — Purple Flower
“Yaku” — Varieties
Rhododendron Semi-Dwarf — Rhododendron
“Aglo” — Light Pink Flower
“Olga” — Light Pink Flower
“PJM” — Lavender Flower
Rhododendron Hybrids — Rhododendron
“Chinoides” — White Flower
“Nova Zembla” — Red Flower
“Roseum Elegans” — Lilac Flower
Roses- Drift varieties, Knockout varieties, Double Knockout varieties
Roses- Climbing, Floribunda, Grandiflora , Hybrid Tea
Salix babylonica — Weeping Willow
Sorbus alnifoli — a .Korean Mountainash
Spirea “Anthony Waterer”, “Gold Flame”, “Gold Mound”, and “Little Princess”
Spirea nipponica “Snowmound” — Snowmound Spirea
“Vanhouttei” — Bridal Wreath Spirea
Stewartia pseudocamellia — Japanese Stewartia
Syringa reticulata — Tree Lilac1
Syringa varieties — Shrub Lilac varieties
Taxodium distichum — Bald Cypress
Taxus varieties — Yew
Thuja occidentalis “nigra” — Dark American Arborvitae
“smaragd” — Emerald Green Arborvitae
Thuja plicata “Green Giant” — Green Giant Arborvitae
Tilia cordata “Greenspire” — Greenspire Linden
Tsuga Canadensis — Canadian Hemlock
Ulmus “Accolade” — Accolade Elm
Ulmus “Pioneer” — Pioneer Elm
Ulmus “Princeton” — Princeton Elm
Vaccinium varieties — Blueberry
Viburnum burkwoodii — Burkwood Viburnum
Viburnum dentatum — Arrowwood Viburnum
Viburnum lantana “Mohican” — Mohican Viburnum
Viburnum opulus — European Cranberry Bush Viburnum
Viburnum plicatum mariesi — Maresi Viburnum
Viburnum pragense — Pragense Viburnum
Viburnum rhytidophylloides “Alleghany” — Alleghany Viburnum
Weigela florida varieties — Weigela
Wisteria floribunda — Wisteria
Yucca filamentosa — Yucca
Zelkova serrata “Village Green” — Village Green Zelkova
“Musashino” — Columnar Zelkova

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FERNS
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Athyrium filix-femina — Lady Fern

Athyrium nip metallicum — Japanese Painted Fern

FernDryopteris filix-mas — Male Fern

Dryopteris erythrosora — Autumn Fern

Matteuccia struthiopteris — Ostrich Fern

Matteuccia struthiopteris — Interrupted Fern

Matteuccia struthiopteris — Royal Fern

Matteuccia struthiopteris — Korean Rock Fern
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ORNAMENTAL GRASSES
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Calamagrotis “Karl Foster” — Karl Foster

Festuca glauca “Elijah’s Blue” — Blue Fescue

Imperta “Red Baron” — Blood Grass

Miscanthus “Morning Light” — Miscanthus Variegated Maiden Grass

Miscanthus “Strictus” — Zebra Grass

Miscanthus “Gracillimus” — Green Maiden Grass

Panicum “Heavy Metal” — Heavy Metal Grass

Pennisetum “Alop” — Fountain Grass

Pennisetum “Hameln” — Dwarf Fountain Grass
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GROUND COVERS

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Ajuga — Bugle Weed

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi — Bearberry

Hedera helix — English Ivy

Liriope muscari — Lillyturf

Liriope muscari variegata — Variegated Lillyturf

Pachysandra terminalis — Pachysandra

Vinca Minor — Periwinkle

Contractors Mix

All American Mix

Full Sun Mix

Full Shade Mix

Sun and Shade Mix

Tri-rye

Annual Rye

Heat and Drought

High Traffic

Fall:

Mums 6″

Mums 9″

Mums 14″

Pumpkins

Straw Bales

Corn Stalk Bunches

Mini Pumpkins

Gourds

Fall Squash

 

Christmas:

Grave Blankets

Wreaths

Poinsettias

Christmas Trees