We recently sponsored and helped organize the Garden Feast event at the San Francisco Botanical Garden. The event generated awareness of the Youth Education Program and raised revenue to support it.
One of the easiest ways to get inspired about a new project is to walk around our growing grounds. It’s guaranteed to reinvigorate your creative spirit and spark a new idea or two for an upcoming project or installation.
In a drought stricken environment like this, what’s a landscape pro to do when your project’s success depends on life-giving water? Just go native.
The San Francisco Flower & Garden Show (SFF&GS) is the nation’s third largest show of its kind and one of the top ten garden shows in the world. This much anticipated annual event provides an opportunity for gardeners of all ages and levels of expertise to learn more about gardening techniques and best practices (more…)
As a landscape professional, we know it’s very competitive for you out there. So we thought it might be the right time to offer a little help. We’ve got a limited time special offer that will save you (more…)
Is there a better plant to get you in the holiday spirit than the Poinsettia? These great seasonal plants create colorful and festive holiday displays in the home or when used in a landscape installation. Their vibrant color and unique form provide all of us with a reminder of what makes this time of year […]
As part of our ongoing effort to improve our performance, Pacific Nurseries recently conducted a confidential survey to learn how we can better serve Bay Area Landscape Professionals. Our survey was intended to help us better understand some of the unique challenges that you face and how we can help you to address them. Woohoo! […]
First, what’s APLD? The APLD (Association of Professional Landscape Designers) offers a certification program that confers professional recognition to landscape designers based on demonstrable skills, recognized training and established standards of excellence. This unique and growing organization offers the only landscape design certification program in the US. (more…)
We know that you’ve got a lot going on as a Bay Area Landscape Professional. Between working with or supervising your team, meeting the needs of your customers and planning your next project, there’s never enough time to get to everything that needs your attention. (more…)
After working with landscape pros for over 144 years, we’ve learned a thing or two about how to help them succeed. For starters, we never take for granted the special challenges you face when bidding on a landscape project. Your customers have high expectations of both you and the end result of the project. (more…)
Local residents and city officials gathered recently to celebrate the opening of a new community garden and gathering place that was more than seven years in the making. The opening of the Canal Community Garden in San Rafael was met with an outpouring of support and embraced by the neighborhood with delight. A new environment […]
Stop adding to landfill and recycle your empty plant containers at our Colma growing grounds.
The annual San Francisco Flower & Garden Show is third largest flower and garden show of its kind in the US. Held over the course of five days, this one of a kind event ushers in Spring for landscape professionals and Bay Area gardeners. (more…)
We do our best to reach out, introduce Pacific Nurseries and stay connected with the great community of landscape professionals throughout the Bay Area. As a demonstration of that commitment, we will proudly be exhibiting at the upcoming NorCal Horticultural Trade Show. Tips, techniques and trade talk for landscape professionals. The Nor Cal show is […]
Getting sick of installing the same old Olive or Magnolia tree over and over again? It’s time to get out of your rut and consider some of the other great tree options that we grow at Pacific Nurseries. Make your clients happy. Think outside the box. (more…)
For installations that require low maintenance plants and that are stingy on water needs, nothing could be better or easier than the multifaceted succulents! With astounding variety of leaf texture and color, these landscape gems provide interest and focal points in the garden. Low maintenance specimens worth consideration. One of my favorites is Echeveria elegans, […]