Want to know the secret to a bountiful garden? It is more than just dirt, but closely affiliated. It is soil!
Happy June and happy pollinator month! Now, more than ever, is there a push to reintroduce habitat and bring pollinators back to our landscapes.
Homeowners are eager to make their yards and gardens unique to their styles and tastes. A surge of people are doing away with lawns and turning their yards into edible landscape havens.
Welcome back to Gardening 208! Today is all about roses. The Treasure Valley’s climate makes rose care relatively easy.
It’s fruit tree time! Here are the hottest, sweetest, and most popular fruit trees best suited for Idaho in their respective categories.
Welcome to Gardening 208! In this “course” we cover the basics of gardening in Idaho and try to answer any questions surrounding the topic.
Get the most out of your garden beds and the season with these early spring bloomers.
Spring cleaning is just around the corner and perhaps you are like us, just itching to get back outside and back in the dirt.
Mulching is not just for aesthetic value, but serves many broad and beneficial purposes.
Hardscaping is just as essential as the plants that surround it and necessary to enjoying a cohesive landscape--no matter the season.