With so many aesthetic and ecological benefits, it makes sense to consider one or all of these 7 California native grasses for your next installation.
Pacific Nurseries special offer: Place an Online Plant Material Order between October 31 and November 30, 2016 to SAVE 10% on all of your plants.
Learn how we get the exact plants that Bay Area landscape pros are looking for when we process a plant material Order.
Pacific Nurseries shines a well-deserved spotlight on a Bay Area Landscape Professional: The Garden Route Company of South San Francisco.
Our attitude is the plants that you want are the plants that you should get. Our timely lists help landscape pros consider plant specimens that are seasonal, in bloom and look particularly attractive.
For a limited time, we’re offering our customers a FREE drought-tolerant plant. Just tell us if you “like” our new website online or if you think there’s room for improvement.
There’s no better way to conserve water and save landscape investments than by using mulch. Learn about all the great water saving benefits that mulch offers.
As both a grower and plant broker, we’re interested in providing the exact plants that you’re looking for. Not just the plants that an ordinary grower is trying to get rid of.
A gallery of our oversize, out of the ordinary, featured specimens’s that aren’t your vanilla variety of trees or large shrubs.
For over 10 years, Pacific Nurseries has been a proud sponsor of the San Francisco Flower & Garden Show. Many of the exhibiting gardens will be displaying trees, shrubs and plants provided by us.
Removing turf grass with other water-wise plants is a drought conscious option that seems to be catching on. Consider one of these eco alternatives.
We never take for granted the great community of landscape professionals that count on us. In this post, we shine our spotlight on Sacred Space Gardens.
We value giving back and supporting the community of landscape professionals that we serve every day. This includes the Pacific Horticulture Society (PHS).
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.