Working with the interior designer, architect, facility manager and the client, Greenworks is a professional consultant in the design process. Greenworks uses horticultural design expertise (we are PLANET-certified in design) to achieve outstanding appearance. We recommend only the plants that will be successful in your building. With expertise in light levels and environmental conditions, Greenworks offers a choice of appropriate plants that will thrive in a particular setting. When the Greenworks design team can confer with the architect early on, appropriate lighting can be planned and built into the project.



Greenworks handles all elements of the plant installation; from delivery to the site of pruned, hand-cleaned acclimated plants in their respective containers and growing media, and the placement of plants in the required points in each building, to the final watering, mulching, pruning and dressing. All phases of installation are guaranteed. Plants are transported in special climate controlled trucks and are delivered wrapped and ready to be installed in a short amount of time with little or no disturbance to the office environment. In high traffic areas, we can often install during off hours on an overtime basis. 


Maintenance And Guaranteed Replacement Program

As true masters of horticultural maintenance Greenwork's mission is to provide exceptional maintenance for every client account, every day at competitive prices that fit our client's budget. Keeping living plants looking beautiful consistently is both science and art. We are very good at it. Our goal is excellence on every account. Our field horticultural staff is an intensively trained team whose education never stops. Since replacement rates are so low GreenWorks does not have a plant replacement quota limit. So in those few instances where a plant no longer is beautiful, we can immediately replace with a greenhouse fresh plant of equal value and character.


Monthly Color

An economical addition or alternative to fresh cut flowers with the appeal of live beauty and vivid color is our montly color rotation program. Greenworks provides a variety of seasonal flowering plants which our clients have found quite cost effective when compared to weekly fresh cut floral.

Design Collaboration With Your Design Team.

If you have no plans, we work with your design team, using your floor plans and images of your interior, and we create a digital rendering of your space, drop in pictures of planters and plants, to show you what it would look like once done so you can approve it. These designs come with budgets and also installation times lines. In 30 years, we have never failed to complete our projects within budget and within the time line.

The building isn't really green until the plants arrive



"Greenworks helped us beautify our workspace, in our California Headquarters and Regional Field offices with innovative plant and artwork initiatives. They are an excellent business partner with a passion for design and creative approach, developing robust and cost-effective practices to meet and exceed our goals. Jennifer and her on-site team, provided excellent customer-service and laid a foundation with an on-going effort, that supported us throughout the entire process. Our organization could not be happier with the final results."

~ J. Director, Global Real Eastate & Facilities Services


Clients Served: Microsoft, NVIDIA, Wells Fargo, General Dynamics, ETRADE, Symantec, Apple, Cisco, Intuit, Plantronics, Akamai, Nuance, Citrix, PAMF

  • Design & Consultation
  • Plantscape Certified Manager
  • Artwork Programs
  • Floor, Window & Wall Coverings
  • Signage
  • Furnishings
  • Floral Arrangements
  • Seasonal & Holiday Displays
  • Sheduled Maintanance
  • Certified Uniformed Plant Techs
  • Metrics, ARIBA Capable, Oracle
  • Certified Diversity Supplier
  • Sustainability Program

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