Giving Thanks at Good Earth Plants and GreenScaped Buildings

Posted on Nov 26, 2014
Giving Thanks at Good Earth Plants and GreenScaped Buildings

It is Thanksgiving 2014, and I’m thankful for many people in my life. I’m thankful for: My folks, they set a good standard and give me plenty to both admire and laugh about. Not that they’re perfect, don’t go getting ideas Mom and Dad. My son Ted: just enough of me to make me proud, […]

Ten Tips for an Eco-Friendly Thanksgiving Dinner

Posted on Nov 20, 2014
Ten Tips for an Eco-Friendly Thanksgiving Dinner

Use reusable plates, glasses and napkins. Yes, get out the good china, and skip the paper or (yikes) Styrofoam plates. Even when you account for original production of ceramics and using water to clean the plates you come out ahead here. Use local and organic foods as much as possible. See what your local farmer’s […]

Give Thanks For Good Earth Plant Company’s Trivia Contest

Posted on Nov 13, 2014
Give Thanks For Good Earth Plant Company’s Trivia Contest

Part of our mission at Good Earth Plant Company is to share what we have learned and educate our clients and friends. But we also like to have fun, so why not combine the two? Welcome to our first Good Earth Plant Company Trivia Contest, first in what we hope will be a long running […]

From Eyesore to Eye-Popping: Our Planned Parenthood Living Wall

Posted on Nov 10, 2014

Plants can truly be the most transformative of gifts. Planned Parenthood of Mission Valley was the lucky recipient of a donor gift, designated specifically to transform a old fountain into a centerpiece for its outdoor entry gathering space. GreenScaped Buildings Project Manager Kerry Bauer worked with the client to determine which living wall system would […]

Let Your Indoor Plants Chill Out This Winter

Posted on Nov 6, 2014
Let Your Indoor Plants Chill Out This Winter

You might look outside at San Diego’s weather and find this hard to believe, but it really is fall, and winter is right around the corner. You can feel it when you get up on these cool early mornings. Maybe you’re wearing socks along with your flip flops, our way of bundling up in Southern […]