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Preparing Roses for Winter (Oct 27, 2014)
Growing roses in east Idaho is nothing like growing roses in Portland, or Seattle, or Los Angeles. And that’s both good and bad. The good news is that we don’t have nearly the issues with bugs and diseases that they … Continue reading

Time to Winterize (Oct 19, 2014)
We’ve enjoyed some wonderful fall weather recently, but it won’t last forever. It’s time to prepare your yard and garden for winter. Here’s a checklist of some of the things that you’ll want to do over the next few weeks … Continue reading

Harvest and Storage of Fresh Garden Vegetables (Sep 26, 2014)
Depending on where you live in east Idaho you have probably experienced some light frosts by now, maybe even some killing frosts. But even if you didn’t get your garden covered it doesn’t mean your harvest is over. Many crops … Continue reading

Favorite Fall Foliage For East Idaho (Sep 15, 2014)
If you’ve ever been to New England when the fall colors are at their peak you know how spectacular it can be. In east Idaho our color palette is a little more limited in the native landscape, but beautiful nonetheless. … Continue reading

Late Blight in Tomatoes and Potatoes (Aug 30, 2014)
Late Blight is a serious disease of potatoes and tomatoes worldwide, with a tremendous human and economic cost. It was the arrival of late blight in Ireland in the 1840’s that resulted in the Irish Potato Famine that caused 1 million deaths … Continue reading

Early Fall- Best Time to Plant Lawns (Aug 29, 2014)
Perhaps you just moved into a new home, or have decided to turn part of your garden plot into lawn, or maybe you had a bad infestation of lawn grubs this summer that destroyed a portion of your lawn. In … Continue reading



 
2014 Seminars

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Classes are held on Saturdays at Town & Country Gardens (both stores unless indicated). Bring a friend! Cost is $3.00 per person per class or $2.00 per person if you bring a friend.

  Jan 01 10:00 AM All classes subject to change without notice.
Idaho Falls Only Sep 06 10:00 AM Seed Saving and Storage (Note new date)
Seed saving can be a rewarding and cost saving way to garden, and a way to ensure a continuous supply of seed in times of disaster& but beware of the pitfalls.
Idaho Falls Only Sep 27 10:00 AM Winterizing your Yard
Learn how to protect your tender roses, fruits, trees, shrubs, and flowers from harsh winter weather. Fall lawn care will also be addressed.

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