Quality never grew so good!

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


Click Play to view the Virtual Tour

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

NOW open for business:
Briggs offers the capability to register for plants as gifts online! Click here to get started.

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.

Briggs Tree Company posts Availability and Pricing on this site Take advantage of the convenience!

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. 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!


Briggs Tree Company posts Availability and Pricing on this site Take advantage of the convenience!

Enter your name, phone number and email to have us call you.

Name
Phone
- -
Email
Your privacy is important to us. We do NOT share your information. See our Privacy Policy for details.

In April

April in Southern California is perfect for playing in your garden. The days are longer and warmer and there's always something to do. Plant every chance you get. Local garden centers are loaded with all that new and interesting this month. Drop by discover something exciting.

Work with what you've got. If you would like to grow herbs and vegetables but don't have a large space consider establishing a container garden. A variety of inexpensive pots in various shapes and sizes can be used to cultivate a 'patio garden'. In pots or in the ground, group tomatoes, onions, peppers and cilantro together and you have a 'salsa garden'. Be creative in the space you're allowed.

Color: Asters, Coleus and Zinnias are showing up in the garden centers now. April is one of the months with the largest selection of flowering plants available. Be creative and make your own hanging baskets and potted patio plants using some of your favorites. Continue to dead head all flowering plants for optimum flower production.

Fruits & Vegetables: Plant Citrus, Bananas, Avocados, Guava and other frost sensitive fruit trees this month. Fertilize existing fruit trees to help promote good fruit production. Additionally, thin excess fruit from young trees before the fruit reaches the size of an almond. This will prevent undue stress being put on the tree. Peaches should be thinned to every 5" on alternate sides of the branch with plums, nectarines and apricots spaced at every 3". Time to put in vegetables such as beans, corn, peppers, cucumbers and tomatoes if you haven't done so. Also plant melons, squash and gourds.

Read More...

© Copyright 2015, Briggs Tree Company, Inc. All rights reserved. Contact Us at 1-760-727-2727
Privacy Policy
Infinity Arts: Custom Website Design & CMS Web Hosting.