Where Nature & Agriculture Meet The estate of Bremo began as a land grant gifted to Richard Cocke by the King of England in 1725. By the early 1800’s, Richard’s great-grandson General John Hartwell Cocke moved to Bremo from his home in Jamestown. General Cocke was an influential Virginian who was instrumental in the founding of the University of Virginia. He was also architecturally gifted, overseeing construction of the University of Virginia as well as 1815 stone barn where the Bremo Trees’ office is now located.Bremo Trees is a 250-acre family-owned nursery located on a 750 acre historic plantation in central Virginia. At the nursery, we grow over 100 varieties of broadleaf trees, evergreens, and shrubs. Our manageable size and rich soils allow us to produce a diverse pallet of high quality trees and shrubs. We also place a strong emphasis upon customer service and strive to “grow” relationships one at a time.
Address: 616 Lower Bremo Ln. Bremo Bluff, VA 23022 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Mike Jones Phone: (434) 842-8733 FAX: (434) 842-3823