If you need some landscape inspiration from those who have accomplished award-winning success, this list of renowned Bay Area public gardens is a great place to start.
Are you preparing your customers for the next Bay Area fire storm? This post outlines the strategies, code requirements and fire-safe plants that landscape professionals should be using to address this burning challenge.
Pacific Nurseries recognizes the valued partnership that they have with full-service, tree care professionals, The Urban Arborist of San Francisco.
These great shade tolerant plants from Pacific Nurseries can make a sun-starved Bay Area garden both attractive and beautiful.
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.
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.
There are a number of grasses that provide striking foliage and impressive visual impact throughout the winter season and all year long.
If you’re looking for a native, drought tolerant ground cover, that grows to about 6 inches tall, Ceanothus thyrsiflorus var. repens ‘Louis Edmunds’ is just the ticket.
Parklets transform two to three parking stalls on a street into an inviting space for people to relax, drink a cup of coffee, and enjoy the city around them.
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.