Simmons Oak Farms  Wholesale Nursery

"Our Pride is in Our Products"

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Meet OUr

Sales staff

 Tony De La Rosa, Nursery Manager, brings almost 35 years of experience in the nursery trade.   He directs all the outside staff and oversees product quality.

Audrey Hooks, Managing Partner of Sales & Operations, joined the family business in 2017.   Her experience as a senior leader for Idea Public Schools

 has brought some great processes to our operation. 

Alvin Dunn, Sales and Logistics, has

decades of experience in all aspects of the nursery and landscape industry: retail, wholesale, design, and installation.   He not only handles sales but gives expert advice on projects, both large and small. 

Mary Beth Simmons, TCNP, is our  Managing Partner of Business and Marketing.    She has been leading the business for 16  years and currently manages all customer accounts.  ​ 

We are wholesale growers of trees, palms, and desert plants.  Established in 2002, Simmons Oak Farms is located in Harlingen, Texas.  We currently have 150 acres in production.   Most of our shade trees are field-grown in RootMaker bags. This process prunes the roots as they reach the bags material, eliminating any circling roots.  The end product has a fibrous root system that is ready to take off after installation.  Another benefit is that we are able to safely harvest most species year round. We also field-grow a large variety of palm trees.   Good genetics, nutrition and spacing have given us beautiful specimen palms with hefty, healthy trunks!   Our customers receive them fresh-harvested with shrink-wrapped rootballs.   Simmons Oak Farms is committed to providing the nursery trade with a quality product at a reasonable price.  

On a personal note, we are a family farm that delved into nursery products in 2002.   Our family has been farming in the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas since 1919 - five generations so far!    

Our sales team of Audrey Hooks and Alvin Dunn would love to find the perfect material for your job!   If we don't grow it, we probably have friends who do.