The easy way to recycle plant containers
Every plant needed for a landscape installation comes in a plastic plant container. But what happens to it once the plant is installed in the ground?
Will it get thrown out as garbage and end up in a landfill? Or will a conscious landscape pro take the time and make the effort to keep the Bay Area beautiful and green?
Over 200,000 containers a month saved from landfills
Support the best green practices for our community and bring your empty plant containers to Pacific Nurseries. We’ll put them in our Plant Container Recycling Program that we’ve had in place for over 15 years.
This popular program provides reuse and recycling of over 200,000 plant containers a month. From mudflats to 15-gallon containers, over 2 million plant containers a year don’t spoil the landscape or end up as trash.
Do your part to keep the Bay Area clean + green.So when your next installation is complete, bring those empty plant containers to our Colma Sales Office and Growing Grounds. You’ll be doing your part to keep the Bay Area green after your plants go in the ground.
Want to know more?
To learn more about the Pacific Nurseries Plant Container Recycling Program or to get help with your next landscape project, contact one of our landscape specialists. Or just call 650.755.2330.
As both a grower and a plant broker, we’re ready to work with you to provide just the right water-efficient and fire-resistant ground covers, grasses, shrubs, and trees that will make your project a success.
We can also provide an Estimate for one item to an entire installation just by attaching your plant list to our convenient Online Estimate Form.
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We look forward to hearing from you!
As President of Pacific Nurseries, Don Baldocchi gets satisfaction knowing the Bay Area is greener and more beautiful by helping landscape professionals succeed. Email Don or give him a call at 650.755.2330.