We have a wide variety of projects in San Francisco. Here are just a few:
A combination of formal and edible landscapes.


This Castro garden originally contained a combination of formal hedges and airy flowering shrubs. Over the last year we have integrated a large amount of edibles to the stair area that provides fresh romaine, herbs, and edible flowers to the homeowners. The edible plantings are paired with California native yarrow to encourage local wildlife activity and to deter garden pests.


A wide variety of planters and plants to dress up your space!


We offer a wide variety of planters and pots, and create beautiful plant-scapes that compliment their surroundings.

Stunning combinations of succulents add interest and variety into any garden. These planters are relatively low maintenance and require very little water.


Edibles are a great addition to pots! Growing food year round in San Francisco is one of our year-round delights.

A large variety of planters, pots, and plants are available to give your garden a fresh look!

Bringing nature to an 8 story rooftop.


What a perfect way to relax and see the views of San Francisco! This rooftop garden looks out onto the Financial District, and has great sunset views as well. Within a month of this install, the area had already started to attract song birds!

Giving an existing landscape a colorful make-over.


This garden had been tended for over 40 years in its previous state, and it was overdue for some new plants! We complimented the existing design, kept a large portion of the original healthy specimen shrubs and trees, and created a fresh plant palette!



Sharing plant knowledge with San Francisco youth.

​Phoenix has been a volunteer educator with Bloom Justice since 2012. Bloom Justice is a flower farm at Ella Hill Hutch Community Center in the Fillmore/Western Addition neighborhood of San Francisco. They collaborate with Mo’ Magic & the Magic Zone to provide teen programming. Bloom Justice is a garden, a design program, and also a social entrepreneurship program. They provide flowers designed by local youth for neighborhood shops and restaurants. Teens earn money, learn garden skills, floral design, and marketing skills - the surrounding neighborhood gets flowers! Learn more about the program at


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