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Devil Mountain Wholesale Nursery is strictly wholesale. But if you're a professional in the plant trade or landscaping business, Devil Mountain has a sprawling twenty acres of inventory that ranges from cacti to trees. Devil Mountain delivers to ten counties, but if you would like to pick up your purchase it's conveniently located near the I-580/680 Interchange.

Navlet's has been helping green thumbs in the Bay Area since 1885. It has a healthy stock of flowers, landscape shrubs, perennials, fruit, citrus, herbs, and vegetables. But the selection doesn't stop with plants. Navlet's also carries soils, fertilizers ,and gardening equipment. It also provides a range of services including re-potting, gift wrapping, sod, classes, workshops, delivery, and equipment loans. If you're unsure of what's ailing your plants or what you're growing in your garden, bring in an insect in a sealed container or a small branch from your plant, and they will try to get you the answers you need.

Sloat Garden Center strives to provide a good selection and great customer service. It has a modest selection of plants: perennials, annuals, vines, edibles, and Japanese maples. Its consultants will help customers develop successful, low-maintenance gardens to meet their requirements and specifications. And Sloat has a list of quality gardeners and contractors who can help install the designs. It also has a good selection of tools, pots, fertilizers, and more.

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