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Dave Teuschler on the Plant a Trillion Trees Podcast

Our Chief Horticulturist, Dave Teuschler, was interviewed on the Plant a Trillion Trees podcast with hosts Eva Monheim and Hal Rosner. Listen to their wide ranging discussion on trees, propagation, and Devil Mountain.

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David Teuschler is the Chief Horticulturist for Devil Mountain Wholesale Nursery. He established the nursery’s propagation program and currently directs the propagation and inventory teams for the company’s sixteen locations across California. David has worked in the nursery industry for three decades, including many years at Valley Crest Tree Company. While there, he served as Plant Health Care Manager for the Specimen Tree Division, Account Manager in the Estate Gardens Division, and, most notably, Chief Arborist for the Apple contract grow, responsible for growing over 7,000 trees – half from seed – for installation at the Apple campus in Cupertino, CA. David is a Certified Arborist and a member of the Western Chapter of the I.S.A. and the I.P.P.S. He is a 3rd generation Californian and has a BS in Ornamental Horticulture from California State University, Fresno.

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Devil Mountain Clements Named Gold Tier Participant in CDFA/NORS-DUC Best Management Practices Program

CDFA and the National Ornamental Research Site at Dominican University of CA (NORS-DUC) have developed a voluntary program for ornamental and native plant nurseries which encourages and guides the implementation of BMPs in their plant production systems. The goal is to reduce the risk of introducing soil-borne plant pathogens into nursery operations. Inclusion in the program provides customers with a higher level of confidence that nursery operations are reducing the introduction and spread of diseases and pests.

In October 2022, Devil Mountain’s Clements nursery was awarded Gold Tier status, which is the highest and most difficult level to achieve. Gold Tier nurseries must implement 45 of 51 BMPs, which start with propagation and continue through delivery to the customer. Components include plants, soil, water, containers, physical layout, sanitation, scouting practices, training, and documentation.


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Devil Mountain Acquires DM Color Express, Inc.

January 3, 2022 SAN RAMON, California – Devil Mountain Wholesale Nursery LLC (“Devil Mountain”) has acquired the assets of DM Color Express, Inc. (“DM Color”) based in Oceanside, California.

Customers of both Devil Mountain and DM Color will now have access to an increased selection of plant material and on demand deliveries throughout an expanded service area. With this acquisition, Devil Mountain’s operations will encompass sixteen locations throughout California consisting of fourteen landscape sales yards and more than 1,400 acres of landscape plant and tree production.

Devil Mountain Acquires BrightView Tree Company

October 1, 2020 SAN RAMON, California – Devil Mountain Wholesale Nursery (“Devil Mountain”) has acquired BrightView Tree Company, based in Fillmore, Calif. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Devil Mountain Wholesale Nursery, based in San Ramon, Calif. and founded in 1995, is a leading provider of a full range of plant materials to the wholesale landscape markets, particularly in Northern California, with more than 5,000 landscape contractor and other customers.