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Welcome to Briggs Tree Company, Inc | a Wholesale Plant Nursery

Identify Your Plants
We can identify any plant and give you advice on plants. Ask us!
We'll know.

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Tree of the Month
Click here to view our tree of the month and other trees that we've highlighted.

Briggs carries a large stock of plants from the San Diego Water Authority's water-efficient recommended "Nifty Fifty" list. Check out the list and compare to our Availability.

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Tree of the Month

Have you ever seen a tree that completely catches your eye? Would you like to know what it is called? Would you like to know where you could purchase one?

If you answered "yes" to one or all of the questions, then we have the answer.

Click here to view our tree of the month and other trees that we've highlighted.

Briggs Tree Company is a full-scale, wholesale nursery located in North San Diego County. In operation for over 35 years, Briggs boasts over 200 acres of growing grounds and is family owned and operated. We provide unsurpassed quality plant material to the landscape industry in San Diego and beyond serving landscape contractors, commercial property managers and the public (Vista Sales Yard only). We also service the landscape industry beyond San Diego in Orange, Riverside, Imperial and Los Angeles Counties and will deliver to anywhere in the continental United States.

Briggs Tree Company, Inc. takes pride in offering:

  • Quality Plant Material - Our product includes, but is not limited to: 4-inch annual and perennial color, groundcover, shrubs, vines, palms, succulents, water-efficient plants and trees in a variety of sizes.
  • Delivery to any location (click here to view select delivery fees) - With a large fleet of trucks, Briggs Tree Company is able to deliver to any destination in the continental United States. Briggs' delivery fee is based on the geographical location of the destination with no minimum order required.
  • Uncommon Plant varieties - we pride ourselves on being able to offer many difficult to find and unusual varieties of plants not found in most nurseries.
  • Commitment to quality and service - Briggs' staff includes some of the industry's most knowledgeable and experienced horticulture professionals. Our commitment to quality product matched with outstanding service has earned us a reputation for reliability in the landscaping and nursery industries again and again!


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In September

September is a great time of year in your landscape. The ornamental grasses that you've planted should be flowering right now and at their peak. With the days shortening, be careful not to water too late in the day to discourage diseases - and - with the drought in effect - don't forget the watering schedules your water district has enforced: http://www.sdcwa.org/find-your-water-district/. Fertilize your entire garden. At the minimum, an easy way to remember when to fertilize is to do it on the first day of the three growing seasons; the first day of spring, the first day of summer and the first day of fall. Mark your calendar for September 21st. A good all-purpose fertilizer can be used on most of your plants including fruit trees. Fertilize Azaleas, Camellias and Gardenias with a high acid fertilizer. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions closely.

Color: Now is the time to plant Delphinium, Dianthus and Digitalis. Mums should be available also along with Iceland Poppies, Primula, Snapdragons and Stock. Marigolds and Petunias may be looking a little tired. Clip old blooms to stretch their time in the garden. Begin planting spring bulbs this month. Plant in masses in the ground or in pots to create a spectacular spring show. The iris in your garden can be cut back and divided now in preparation for next spring.

Fruits & Vegetables: In mild winter climates, plant your first crop of lettuce. Plant every few weeks to have a continual crop. Plant beets, broccoli, cabbage, onions, peas and spinach also. Don't plant during a heat wave.

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