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 Bay Area gardens that require beautiful, low maintenance plants that are stingy on water, nothing could be better or easier than water wise 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.
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Adding edible plants is one of the many ways to enhance a Bay Area garden with color, texture, variety and great taste.
Select your favorite fall bulbs from our wide selection for a blooming Spring.
One of the great public gardens in San Francisco hosting classes on organic gardening, soils, herbs, container gardening and more is the Garden of the Environment located in the Sunset district.
The small, light brown Apple Moth (Epiphyas postvittana) has been found across much of the coastal region of California and is having a big effect on plants and nurseries.