Flora Grubb Gardens Photo: Marion Brenner
Flora Grubb Gardens is a garden design shop in San Francisco’s Bayview District. Flora Grubb offers a palette of beautiful, durable plants chosen to thrive in Bay Area microclimates, as well as select garden furniture, containers, tools, artwork, ornaments, books, planting materials, interior plants, and other garden-related goods.
If you’d like your own garden to reflect what you love about visiting Flora Grubb Gardens, we can make it happen.
We will help transform your existing garden, deck, or interior plantscape, giving you what you want – like lush spaces for relaxing outside, high-style vertical gardens, or postcard gardens to view from your window. As experts in Bay Area microclimates, our designers will choose water-wise plants with the ability to thrive in your setting, whether it’s inside or out, sunny or shady, protected from or blasted by salty ocean winds.
In a region where people demand the best in food, art, architecture, and culture, Flora Grubb Gardens offers a point of view about garden design in the San Francisco Bay Area: that it should exploit, not thwart, our unusual mediterranean climate and city garden spaces; that it should take advantage of the area’s creative ferment; and that it should create practical beauty from living material.
Sidewalk sensation: Daniel Nolan collaborated with a green-thumb homeowner to produce a grapically beautiful front garden. Photo: Caitlin Atkinson
Interiorscape for Square: Flora Grubb Gardens staff designer Patrick Lannan composed an interior plantscape for Square, the point-of-sale commerce company. Photo: Caitlin Atkinson
Urban container garden: Patrick Lannan sits amid an urban container garden he designed for a San Francisco apartment. Photo: Caitlin Atkinson
Succulent jewel-box garden: Patrick used a stunning palette of succulents and other water-wise plants for this walled San Francisco garden. Photo: Caitlin Atkinson
Bardessono Hotel vertical garden: A vertical garden design by Flora Grubb in collaboration with Seth Boor and Kevin Smith for the Bardessono Hotel in Yountville, Napa Valley, uses tillandsia air plants. Photo: Seth Boor
Pacific Heights container garden: A simple palette for the terrace portion of a residential garden design by Daniel Nolan for Flora Grubb Gardens is water-wise and beautiful. Photo: Caitlin Atkinson
Pacific Heights entrance garden: Daniel Nolan placed a landmark pair of kentia palms amidst bold foliage at the entrance to this house in San Francisco's Pacific Heights. Photo: Caitlin Atkinson
Vertical gardens at Maven: Designed by Daniel Nolan, vertical gardens at a gourmet tavern in San Francisco's Lower Haight leave a verdant impression.
Staghorn fern garden: Designer Daniel Nolan seen with his home vertical garden composed of staghorn ferns. Photo: Caitlin Atkinson
Potrero Hill garden: Daniel Nolan's exuberant planting design revels in the strict framework of a modern house design by SFOSL on San Francisco's Potrero Hill.