Peter Good was born and raised in the Pennsylvania countryside. With 30 years in the green industry, he has gained a reputable knowledge of plants and arboriculture. He has designed and installed many residential gardens throughout the Bay Area, while working with a myriad of landscape architects, garden designers, and artists. Peter is known for having a keen eye for design detail and being committed to quality.
In 1987, Peter was awarded an international internship to Wakehurst Place which is the country estate of Kew Royal Botanical Gardens in England. In the mid 1990's he worked at Strybing Arboretum building a container garden in the old Sunset display. More recently, Peter has collaborated in the renovation of the San Francisco Botanical Garden's Eastern Australian, Rhododendron, Camellia Gardens, Children's Garden and Chilean Garden. Among the many related activities, Peter is an English trained hedge layer, has taught nature studies to primary students, and has collaborated on a community woodland project in Oxfordshire, England, and is a devoted dog owner.
With years of hands on experience and a long term member of California Native Plant Society, Peter has gained a familiarity of California native plants and has realized their importance in sustainable gardens. He helped renovate the "Farm" at Children's Day School, contributes to the Garden For the Enviroment and building outdoor art in the SF Presidio.