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  • The finest plants and products selected specifically for east Idaho.
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Expert advice and the latest tips from our master gardeners

February Gardening Checklist

Tropicals and Houseplants:

  • Now is a good time to re-pot houseplants into slightly larger pots using Town & Country Professional Potting Mix .
  • Houseplants sense spring in late February as the days lengthen. Begin feeding with Bonide Houseplant Food to encourage healthy new growth.
  • Add orchids, African violets, bromeliads and other flowering plants to bring color indoors.

–Click here to read more–

Low Light Houseplants

Many of us want to be avid houseplant collectors, but face the problem of living in a space that does not have a good source of light. We have compiled a list of houseplants that can tolerate and thrive in low light! Some of the listed plants can thrive in different lighting conditions other then low light, but they will also thrive in low light!

–Click here to read more–

 

2024 IF Spring Seminar Schedule

All classes are free!
Classes last from 30-60 minutes

(Topics, Dates, and Instructors are subject to change without notice)

–Click here to read more–

Pet Friendly Houseplants

Enjoy houseplants that are non-toxic and safe for children and pets alike!

What you’ll need to remember: Although these plants are non-toxic, unless it is an edible plant such as a pineapple or herbs, it is not recommended to ingest.

–Click here to read more–

Bee Friendly

Invite bees and pollinators to your yard! What you’ll need: Plants and flowers from the list below

–Click here to read more–

February Gardening Checklist

Tropicals and Houseplants:

  • Now is a good time to re-pot houseplants into slightly larger pots using Town & Country Professional Potting Mix .
  • Houseplants sense spring in late February as the days lengthen. Begin feeding with Bonide Houseplant Food to encourage healthy new growth.
  • Add orchids, African violets, bromeliads and other flowering plants to bring color indoors.

–Click here to read more–

Low Light Houseplants

Many of us want to be avid houseplant collectors, but face the problem of living in a space that does not have a good source of light. We have compiled a list of houseplants that can tolerate and thrive in low light! Some of the listed plants can thrive in different lighting conditions other then low light, but they will also thrive in low light!

–Click here to read more–

2024 IF Spring Seminar Schedule

All classes are free!
Classes last from 30-60 minutes

(Topics, Dates, and Instructors are subject to change without notice)

–Click here to read more–

Pet Friendly Houseplants

Enjoy houseplants that are non-toxic and safe for children and pets alike!

What you’ll need to remember: Although these plants are non-toxic, unless it is an edible plant such as a pineapple or herbs, it is not recommended to ingest.

–Click here to read more–

Bee Friendly

Invite bees and pollinators to your yard! What you’ll need: Plants and flowers from the list below

–Click here to read more–