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plantworks nowPicture above: Cooper Hospital – NJ. The Plantworks is an excellent source of ideas and concepts for design, specification, and installation of your plantscape project. Our clients use us to take their rendering to reality. Our products are not in a catalog format. Each project is custom to the creative needs of the client and uniquely created.
plantworks now M Resort – Henderson, NVMarnell Corrao Design hired the Plantworks to custom manufacture the exterior hedges, including the columns around the pool. The foliage is UV Rated and color fast to handle the extreme outdoor heat of Nevada.
Tulalip Resort Casino and M Resort Casino
Plantworks can create tree art by using many types of natural woods: Peeled Curly Willow, Birch, Grapevine, Sand Blasted Grapevine, Manzanita, Sanded Blasted Manzanita, Natural Bamboo and Yucca.
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Tulalip Resort Casino Spa
The Plantworks worked with IDI in Seattle to create a world class spa using natural birch. Our design team had the opportunity to provide floral art throughout the resort. For more detail on the products used, please click on the link below:
M Resort Casino & SpaThe Plantworks was selected by Marnell Corrao Designs because of our more than 30 years experience. The Plantworks designs, installs and specifies interior plantscapes to the gaming, hospitality, interior design and themed entertainment markets.
M Resort
Peppermill Spa Resort Casino – Reno, NV
Natural Birch
Peppermill – custom 30′ Cypress trees:

Peppermill Casino and Spa provided the Plantworks an opportunity to custom build 30′ cypress trees. We designed a steel structure that created the core for the tree. The Plantworks used a UV Rated Cypress foliage.

Natural BirchPeppermill – UV Rated Polyblend┬« foliage:
The Plantworks has created an option in exterior landscapes. Using UV Rated foliage, the Plantworks can design and manufacture to meet any client’s
Natural BirchPeppermill – topiaries custom made for the exterior:Handcrafted topiaries and vines are custom made by the Plantworks tree builders.Call us to discuss your project requirements.
FLORAL ART AND TREE ART with botanical accents.
The use of natural woods …
EquisetumEquisetum: Botanical AccentsAvailable in heights6″ to 5′.
Peeled Curly WillowPeeled Curly Willow:The Plantworks harvests the curly willow and peel of the bark to create tree art. Height: 7′ – 20′, Caliber 1″ to 6″
Natural BirchGrapevine Wood Sculpture: This sandblasted grapevine sculpture is handmade by a master tree builder using over ten individual pieces. PlantArt using domestic wood can be made to fit your specifications.
Natural Birch:
The use of natural birch provides unlimited applications.Height: 3′ – 15’Caiber 1″ – 4″.
The Plantworks team can be available to work directly with you. Let us develop the specification, design and installation on your project. If you click on the link below, it will provide a sampling of the products available. The Plantworks specializes in working with our clients by providing custom design and products. Our Director of Commercial Designs – Wailana Lee – can be reachedat 702.795.3600Our client list is available by clicking on this link:
Martin L. DeVos
Senior Vice
Tom Lias
Wailana Lee
Director of Commercial
Plantworks Las Vegas3930 Graphic Center Drive Las Vegas, NV 89118 (702) 795.3600

The Plantworks has designed, specified and installed over 6,000 interior landscapes worldwide since its founding in 1977. The creation of complete interiorscapes has placed the Plantworks in a specialty within the gaming, hospitality and themed entertainment markets. The Plantworks has a full-scale production facility that manufactures custom artificial plants and trees using only the best lifelike and commercial grade foliage. The Plantworks has the capacity to take on any size project from rendering to reality.

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