We are excited to share with you our passion for sustainable agriculture and the environment. At our Mattituck facility, we have taken a big step towards reducing our carbon footprint by installing a 262-panel solar system that offsets 75% of our electrical needs. We are proud to say that this system has been operational since Spring 2022!

Our branding hang tags and Container Collection™ Instruction cards are made with Hip Labels MilkMade™ plastic, which is made with post-consumer recycled milk jugs. Our branded stake tags are made with Hip Labels Wood Tag™, which is made from recycled timber pulp and is plantable.  The industry’s first non-plastic durable paper tag! We currently offer 100% of our combo hanging baskets and 7.5” pots in a fiber alternative made from recycled material from the HC Company’s FiberGrow Line, which holds certifications from USDA BioPreferred and FSC Certification. MilkMade™ Tags are made with 100% recycled plastic, while WoodTag™ is the industry’s first non-plastic durable paper tag.

We believe in the 3 R’s; Reduce, Recycle, and Reuse, and we have made it a priority to incorporate these principles into our daily operations. We now collect any used Beds and Borders pots, and we will recycle them for you! Additionally, we have transitioned most communications to digital options and coordinated collaborations with local greenhouses for delivery efficiency. We’re working to reduce our dependence on Nitrogen-based fertilizers and will continue to adopt more Integrative Pest Management practices.

At our core, we believe that sustainability and profitability go hand in hand. By operating in an environmentally conscious manner, we can not only reduce our impact on the planet but also achieve long-term success for our business. We are committed to being a responsible steward of the environment, and we invite you to join us on this journey towards a beautiful future.

Our Goals:

– Prioritize seed varieties.

Restore natural habitat to the land we occupy.  

– Continually improve business practices for the environment.

– Value local businesses and vet suppliers with shared values.

– Offer benefits and support professional development.

Stay educated on climate change science and bioregional impact. 

– To value small local business relationships.

– Be a positive force in the local community.

Culture Commitments:

To create a culture of growth that is nonviolent, cooperative, and respectful. Mistakes are growth opportunities, and compassionate communication is valued. Good intentions are assumed, and boundaries are respected. Rest, recovery, and self-care are modeled and uplifted.