While caring for plants is our passion, we pride ourselves by taking great care of the people we serve, including our clients, employees, vendors, partners, and community members.
Caring for people and plants is serious business for us, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously while we do it. We strive to make our work enjoyable for our staff and the clients, vendors, and communities we serve.
Better Every Day
Because we’re in this for the long haul, we measure and pride ourselves on the little improvements we make every single day.
The Wright Gardner was founded as The Urban Gardner in 1987 by Matthew Gardner in the South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood of San Francisco.
The Urban Gardner became The Wright Gardner in 1992 when John Wright joined the partnership. Together, Wright & Gardner built the company into a leading Bay Area plantscaping company, passionately advancing the view that maintaining live plants in the workplace helps improve productivity by reducing airborne toxins and providing a healthy, low stress, green backdrop for everyday activity.
During his time as TWG’s President, Gardner also served as president of the California Interior Plantscape Association (CIPA), which is now the Plantscape Industry Alliance (PIA), and won the award for Interiors Business Professional of the Year in 2005.
The Wright Gardner has won numerous awards for its projects and continues to be a leader in pushing the envelope of design and maintenance of living indoor plant features in the workplace.
Gardner retired from daily operation of TWG in 2017, transitioning responsibilities to the remaining staff and a new CEO and President, Nick Haschka. Haschka, along with TWG’s seasoned executive management team, are now leading the company into a new era of growth as a thriving plantscaping business.
At The Wright Gardner, we care deeply not just about our clients and employees, but also about the communities we live and work in, and as stewards of the world we will leave for future generations. Below are some of the organizations we support, that align with our ideals.
The Plant Exchange gives new life to old plants by hosting semi-annual community exchange programs that encourage reuse, recycling, resource sharing, and information exchange in our gardening communities.
Professional Affiliations and Recognition
USGBC Northern California educates, motivates, provides resources, and advocates for industry transformation to build and maintain sustainable communities. Located in a region which is equivalent to the 10th largest economy of the world, USGBC Northern California is headquartered in San Francisco and has branches in the Mount Diablo region of the East Bay, Monterey Bay, Sacramento, San Francisco Bay Area, and Silicon Valley.
Green Plants for Green Buildings is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to communicate the aesthetic, wellbeing, and economic benefits of nature in the built environment. We are people with plants, making life better.
The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) is an association dedicated to providing support to facility management professionals through programs of career development, education and research. Founded in 1980, IFMA has steadily grown with the profession, and is the premiere organization supporting facility management. Today, IFMA boasts a worldwide membership of more than 19,000 facility managers throughout 54 countries with 129 chapters.
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