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Your Fall Bulb and Rhizome Planting Guide.    When we think about planting flowers, spring is usually the first thing that comes to mind. But fall is the perfect time to plant several varieties of perennial flower bulbs so that they can pop up next spring and...

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Fall Sale 2021

Fall Sale 2021

Our Annual Fall Sale is running from September 18 - October 2, 2021.  We want these plants going home with you this Fall!  Stop in for big savings.  Fall is a great time to plant.  See you soon!

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When Should You Trim Your Shrubs, Bushes, and Trees?

When Should You Trim Your Shrubs, Bushes, and Trees?

Fall will be here in the Treasure Valley before you know it, and you may be wondering when (or if!) you should trim your shrubs, bushes, and trees.  Here are some tips and information on how, when, and why you may want to trim or prune them to keep them healthy...

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How to Prepare Your Lawn and Garden for the Fall and Winter

How to Prepare Your Lawn and Garden for the Fall and Winter

The weather in the Treasure Valley has been an exercise in extremes this summer, giving us both heat and drought and unseasonably chilly temperatures and rain. These temperature extremes and conditions can really do a number on your lawn and garden, but as the seasons...

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What is Arbor Day?

Article from the National Arbor Day FoundationFull credit for this content to the National Arbor Day Foundation Arbor Day is an annual observance that celebrates the role of trees in our lives and promotes tree planting and care.  As a formal holiday, it was first...

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The Successful Planting Guide for Trees and Shrubs

The Successful Planting Guide for Trees and Shrubs

Need help successfully planting trees and shrubs? Here's a great  planting guide for your trees and shrubs! How-To Guide: Dig a hole 1 ½ 2 times as wide as the root ball and 4-6” deeper. Examine the soil you have removed from the ground. If you have “poor soil,” blend...

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Spring Planting Guide & Calendar for Boise Area

Spring Planting Guide & Calendar for Boise Area

Spring - Time to Get Growing Wondering when the best time to start planting your vegetable garden in Nampa, Boise, Caldwell is? Following this spring planting calendar for a successful growing season. Garden Preparation: You’ll need to work the soil, add some organic...

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Things to Consider When Thinking About a Backyard Orchard

Things to Consider When Thinking About a Backyard Orchard

Backyard Orchard Culture How amazing would it be to harvest fresh, homegrown fruit straight from your own backyard?  We say, yes, please! Backyard orchard culture, especially in and around the Boise area, is on the rise.  This brief article will give you the basics to...

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Fresh Cut and Potted Christmas Trees

Fresh Cut and Potted Christmas Trees

Tis the Season! We have our cut Christmas trees in now. Trees range from 4' to 10'. We are also hand-making wreaths this year that start at $13.99! We also have a selection of live potted trees starting at around $50.00. Click pictures to view larger.

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Fall and Winter Gardening: Overseeding and Aeration

Fall and Winter Gardening: Overseeding and Aeration

Fall and the early winter months can sometimes be the most critical times of the year for lawn care, particularly in the area of preventative measures and ensuring proper nourishment for your lawn. There are two relatively easy practices you can participate in to...

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All About Garlic

All About Garlic

Garlic 1) Chesnok Red A highly flavorful variety that is a purple striped hardneck.  Considered to be one of the best for cooking.  Great for baking and easy to peal large cloves. 2) Early Italian An easy to grow softneck variety.  Prolific and long storing (up to 10...

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All About Garlic

All About Garlic

Garlic 1) Chesnok Red A highly flavorful variety that is a purple striped hardneck. Considered to be one of the best for cooking. Great for baking and easy to peal large cloves. 2) Early Italian An easy to grow softneck variety. Prolific and long storing (up to 10...

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Christmas Trees Now in Stock

Christmas Trees Now in Stock

Our shipment of live (potted) and cut Christmas trees are in stock and ready for you to take home! Come visit us for great selection and knowledgeable, friendly service. Mention that you saw this post on our website to receive $5 off your tree. Special Holiday Hours:...

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Planting to Attract Wildlife

Planting to Attract Wildlife

As spring approaches you may be considering what you want to plant in your gardens and flowerbeds. If you enjoy the presence of song birds, hummingbirds, butterflies and other pleasant creatures, your garden can be customized to draw them in! Here are a few...

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How To Grow Onions and Potatoes

How To Grow Onions and Potatoes

It may seem less than economical to grow your own onions and potatoes, however, the taste of these fresh vegetables more than return that investment. It takes only a minimum of effort which will lead to a bountiful harvest. In this article we will discuss a couple of...

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Composting Tips

Composting Tips

It is trash day and you have a few cans on your curb waiting to be picked up. Think about all the things that go into your garbage can. Perhaps some of those things include lawn clippings, leftovers from meals over the last week or other organic materials. Many people...

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The Mythological Tradition and Symbolism of Christmas Trees

The Mythological Tradition and Symbolism of Christmas Trees

Christmas Trees go on sale at Adams Gardens starting Friday, 26th! Before you come out to the Adams Gardens Nursery this year to hunt for the perfect Christmas conifer, we’d like to share with you some Christmas Tree trivia. Over 35 million American families will...

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How to Prepare Your Lawn and Garden for the Fall and Winter

Lawn & Garden Winterization

Planning for cold weather is important to the survival and vitality of your plants in the spring. Some of you may have already started this process, but there is still time for those of you who haven't. Diagnosis of ailments for treatment, clearing of debris and...

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