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For more than three decades, Pleasant View Gardens has been committed to providing growers, retail garden centers and landscapers across America with the most innovative and highest quality liner and finished plant material possible. In 1992, we introduced the Proven Winners® brand which today is known among consumers nationwide for being the very best, most unique, and highest performing plants in the marketplace. Along with our Proven Winners varieties, we also offer our Proven Selections® varieties, regional favorites that are ideal for gardeners in the North Central and Northeastern parts of the country.


Pleasant View is a worldwide destination company for employment because we partner with our employees to provide outstanding growth opportunities, visibility, compensation, benefits and community involvement. Today, we have more than 250 employees dedicated to achieving our vision of bringing beauty and color to every home, garden and community.


Pleasant View Gardens is an equal opportunity employer.


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Current Positions Available

Seasonal Drivers -- CDL A, B and Non CDL

Would you like to work for a dynamic privately held company that empowers your inner sense of sunshine? Pleasant View Gardens has been supporting home owners that create beautiful landscapes for more than 40 years. Come join a company with a family atmosphere and the most eye catching young plants in the North East.

As a driver for Pleasant View Gardens (PVG), you will operate vehicles safely, and keep organized and accurate records. Inform Logistics Coordinator and/or appropriate PVG staff when problems arise; meet personal goals and the business goals of Pleasant View Gardens. The drivers will also communicate in an effective & professional manner with all PVG staff and customers.


Any driver interested in this position should e-mail their resume or application to: or call: 603-435-1719

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