Don’t waste time picking up your plants at Pacific Nurseries. This handy Will-Call pick up checklist will get you on your way fast.
From trees to ground covers and California natives, this collection of plant inspiration offers plenty of options for your fall planting strategy.
Mayor Ed Lee, recently honored Don Baldocchi’s service at the SF Botanical Garden by proclaiming June 14, 2017, Don Baldocchi Day in San Francisco.
These great shade tolerant plants from Pacific Nurseries can make a sun-starved Bay Area garden both attractive and beautiful.
For a fast and accurate plant material estimate, use our convenient online Estimate + Order form with an attached .xlsx plant list.
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.
Learn how we get the exact plants that Bay Area landscape pros are looking for when we process a plant material Order.
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.
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.
Pacific Nurseries will be co-sponsoring the San Francisco Flower & Garden Show as they have done for the last 10 years.
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Our online estimate form helps you put together an accurate and clear project estimate for your clients.
Trees provide the essential structure and foundation for any successful landscape project. So if you’re looking for some out of the box inspiration for uncommon trees, we have a few recommendations.
For installations that require low maintenance plants that are stingy on water needs, nothing could be better or easier than succulents
Tyler Cole recently decided to try his luck with growing potatoes using an unconventional technique with hay and Walt Whitman compost. Learn how it turned out.