Growing and Delivering to the Wholesale Trade
“Growing plants for greener places”
Green Land Nursery a proud family run enterprise. In 2003 the Sandoval brothers established a small family run plant nursery; they discovered Watsonville while hunting for a place to relocate their greenhouse business, somewhere they could raise their plant beds and their children, in countryside surroundings. The Sandoval’s relocated their Bay Area operation to their new home on Paulsen Road and began the long process of reclaiming and repurposing the existing remains of the old greenhouses found on the property. The brothers began again, building their home and their business, side by side.
Today, Green Land Nursery is a burgeoning greenhouse operation growing plants for the wholesale trade. Since 2003 the Sandoval’s have continued to grow their new facility in Watsonville, California, with acres of greenhouses, open-air and partial-shade beds. Green Land Nursery works in close cooperation with private customers, landscapers, wholesale brokers and retail nurseries, supplying perennials, shrubs, ground covers, succulents and native plants. Some of their most popular varieties are found among the dicksonia ferns and heucheras plants, which are available in a range of sizes.
Set in the heart of the Pajaro Valley, Watsonville boasts an ideal climate for greenhouse plant production and their location in California’s Central Coast region allows Green Land Nursery to take advantage of the mild local climate. This unique micro-climate allows them to weatherize their plants for at least three weeks prior to marketing and distribution. Their passion for growing quality plants has earned Green Land Nursery pride of place among the region’s greenhouse growers, along with their many loyal and satisfied customers and business partners. The company constantly developing and marketing new varieties of flowers, shrubs and ornamental plants for the bedding and potted plant market. Green Land Nursery is dedicated to bringing more botanical beauty to the world, garden by garden.