Good Earth Plant Company’s Top Ten Workplace Design Trends to Watch for 2017

Posted on Dec 29, 2016
Good Earth Plant Company’s Top Ten Workplace Design Trends to Watch for 2017

With just a few days left of 2016, Good Earth Plants has its attention focused on what’s to come for 2017. Here are our top ten predictions on workplace design trends for the next 12 months. Moss Wall Art: Preserved moss walls took our industry by storm in 2016, and there is no sign of […]

2016 Year In Review – How Did We Do?

Posted on Dec 22, 2016
2016 Year In Review – How Did We Do?

As we head into our 40th year of operation, Good Earth Plant Company is more committed than ever to our mission to bring the beauty, health, wellbeing and environmental benefits of living plants and nature into your life. We started our business providing interior plantscaping design and service to many of the leading workspaces in […]

Kermit The Frog Was Wrong: It IS Easy Being Green

Posted on Dec 15, 2016
Kermit The Frog Was Wrong: It IS Easy Being Green

I don’t remember exactly when the announcement of the Pantone Company’s “Color of the Year” became such a big deal. For the last few years at least, this American company best known for creating a universal color matching system called the “Pantone Matching System” names one color every December it thinks will be the hottest […]

One Thing Could Make Going Solar in San Diego Even Better

Posted on Dec 8, 2016
One Thing Could Make Going Solar in San Diego Even Better

When I had my first Eco-Warrior “a-ha!” moment at Good Earth Plant Company, it resulted in building the first commercial green roof on a building in the City of San Diego. You never forget your first! We have built several green roofs in the decade since then, from private homes in Del Mar and Encinitas […]

Team Real or Team Fake: The Great Christmas Tree Smackdown is Back

Posted on Dec 1, 2016
Team Real or Team Fake: The Great Christmas Tree Smackdown is Back

The debate starts up every year about this time. We’re no closer to settling it, but it doesn’t stop me from trying. So choose up sides, and let’s go. Which is better for the earth, a real Christmas tree, or an artificial Christmas tree? There’s a little twist to this discussion in Southern California: our […]