Have you Seen the Billboards?

During the week of March 21st, PlantSomethingBC Billboards will be promoting 

Landscape Billboard

Landscapers at the:

  • Iron Workers Memorial Bridge
  • Port Mann Bridge

Garden Centres at the:

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  • Alex Fraser Bridge
  • the Massey Tunnel
  • in Victoria along the Patricia Bay Highway

Click here for the full schedule and placement list.

Are You Signed Up?  Its FREE for BCLNA members!
PlantSomethingBC is an exciting province wide consumer marketing campaign that will launch in Spring 2016 to promote gardening and BC grown plants. The primary goal is to increase sales of BC grown plants through the use of social media, mass advertising and a contest driven promotion where consumers will be encouraged to ‘Buy Local’.
What’s the benefit to BCLNA Members?
Increased Sales and Company Exposure
New ‘PlantSomethingBC’ website designed for both consumers and trade:
  • Consumer Site – featuring a directory that will list all participating landscape companies and garden centres
  • Trade Site – this ‘B2B’ site will feature a brand new searchable plant database for landscapers and retailers to source BC grown plants from wholesale nursery growers
Mass Outdoor Media Campaign
This advertising campaign will drive consumers to the PlantSomethingBC website to:
  • find local landscapers who use BC grown plants
  • increase exposure for garden centres as a local source for BC grown plants

Access to the Official PlantSomethingBC Logo

Be part of the excitement as PlantSomethingBC takes off this spring. Affiliate your company with this marketing campaign by incorporating the logo into your marketing.

Sign up Now!

Click below for all the details and application form.

Landscapers Application Form

Need more information?  Email us at [email protected] or call us directly:

  • Karen: 604.575.3504
  • Yvonne: 604.575.3513
  • Hedy: 604.575.3505
This project is supported by the BC Government’s Buy Local Program; delivered by the Investment Agriculture Foundation of BC with funding from the BC Ministry of Agriculture.