Sexton Nurseries Overview

  • Year Founded
  • 1987

Year Founded

  • Status
  • Acquired/​Merged

  • Latest Deal Type
  • M&A

  • Financing Rounds
  • 1

Sexton Nurseries General Information


Producer and wholesaler of roses. The company sells bare root, dormant packaged, bud and bloom and liner roses to independent garden centers to mass merchants and national grocery chains.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Financing Status
Corporate Backed or Acquired
Primary Industry
Certified Roses
Corporate Office
  • 10076 US Highway 69 North
  • Tyler, TX 75706
  • United States

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Sexton Nurseries Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Valuation/
Post-Val Status Debt

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Sexton Nurseries FAQs

  • When was Sexton Nurseries founded?

    Sexton Nurseries was founded in 1987.

  • Where is Sexton Nurseries headquartered?

    Sexton Nurseries is headquartered in Tyler, TX.

  • What industry is Sexton Nurseries in?

    Sexton Nurseries’s primary industry is Horticulture.

  • Is Sexton Nurseries a private or public company?

    Sexton Nurseries is a Private company.

  • What is Sexton Nurseries’s current revenue?

    The current revenue for Sexton Nurseries is 000000.

  • When was Sexton Nurseries acquired?

    Sexton Nurseries was acquired on 06-Oct-2014.

  • Who acquired Sexton Nurseries?

    Sexton Nurseries was acquired by Certified Roses.

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