Pope Francis, The World’s First Green Pope

Many Americans are following the visit of Pope Francis to the United States, his first visit since being named the leader of the worldwide Catholic Church in March 2013. You don’t have to be Catholic to like this humble guy from Argentina named Jorge Mario Bergoglio and his message of building a tolerant and inclusive society. Polls show Pope Francis, the leader of the world’s largest religion, is one of the most trusted, popular and quoted people alive today. During his appearance in Washington D.C. at the White House with President Obama on Wednesday, Pope Francis urged the United States to help fight climate change and called on Americans to build a truly tolerant and inclusive society.… Read More

Good Earth Plant Company Leaflet Newsletter: Fall 2015

Hot off the … laptop! Click here to read the Fall 2015 edition of the Good Earth Plant Company Leaflet newsletter. Highlights this issue include: waterwise tips, our newest featured project, our Calendar full of fun, informative green themed events in San Diego (including our next Open House) and the President’s Letter. Would you like to get our newsletter delivered right to your inbox? Sign up here at the bottom of our home page. All we need is your email address.  

Celebrate National Indoor Plant Week with Good Earth Plants

Benefits of Indoor Plants Good Earth Plant Company San DIegoBenefits of Indoor Plants
It’s one of our favorite occasions this week at Good Earth Plant Company: National Indoor Plant Week. It is the third week of September each year, which is this week. We talk about indoor plants and plantscaping a lot, and not just because it’s our business. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ranks indoor air pollution as one of the top threats to public health. That means YOUR health if you work indoors for multiple hours per day in an office environment. What’s even more awful is that most people have no idea how many pollutants they breathe in every single day.… Read More

Career Opportunities at Good Earth Plant Company

Are you looking for a career opportunity in the green industry? Good Earth Plant Company is now hiring! See the details below. We know you’ve already read all of our blog posts – right? Learn even more about what we do by visiting the rest of our website, and viewing our Portfolio page. If you’re a good fit for us, and we are a good fit for you, email your resume to alexa@goodearthplants.com Please feel free to share this page with good candidates you may know among your family and friends.

HLI and Good Earth Plant Company: A Natural Fit

The new living wall installed at HLI in San DIego by Good Earth Plant Company and GreenScaped Buildings.
Earlier this year, Good Earth Plant Company was called in by McCarthy Building Companies‘ San Diego location for a plantscaping assignment, starting with designing and installing a 200 square foot living wall at a brand new and innovative company in San Diego, Human Longevity, Incorporated (HLI). We designed a sleek, modern living wall for HLI created to mimic natural shapes, colors and materials. Taking three days to complete, our finished living wall contains 317 jade pothos in the Wall of Life system. HLI was also interested in additional plantscaping throughout the office after seeing our work. Good Earth Plant Company added nearly 50 potted plants with an assortment of Aglaonema, Raphis Palms, Kentia Palms, dracaena and sanseveria.… Read More

Good Earth Plant Company’s Nine Ways to Make the Most of Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day arrives on the late and lazy side in 2015, on the last possible day of the calendar: Monday, September 7. Have you made your plans? Or are you still waiting until the tourists go home to reclaim your spot at the beach? Why not take advantage of the long weekend and the great weather to invest time in working in the garden that will pay off big later. Nine suggestions from Good Earth Plant Company: Plant some garlic or radicchio, both excellent cool-weather crops. Install a birdbath to see the birds through the dry Southern California vall. Start a compost pile to create some organic fertilize for next spring’s garden.… Read More