Date(s) - Thu 11 May
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Idaho Botanical Garden
Garden enthusiasts look forward to this event each spring. The Idaho Botanical Garden Members Only Plant Sale offers water-wise and unique plants for your private garden.
Please bring your membership card for faster entry, if you do not have your card, a membership list will be available for look-up.
Grab your wagon, check out what’s new and connect with friends at the Garden members’ social event of the season!
Details Coming Spring 2017!
Proceeds benefit IBG horticulture programs and ensures practical experience for the College of Western Idaho’s Horticulture students. Waterwise and unique plants for sale were grown by the horticulture students and IBG staff as part of the curriculum.
Food & Beverage
Guests are welcome to bring outside food and non-alcoholic beverages. No food vendors will be onsite during plant sale.
Plant Sale Tips
- Arrive early for best selection. Plant quantities are limited
- Bring your own wagons and boxes to collect and carry your plants. We provide friendly volunteers to help tally and tote your purchases.
- Become a Member today – this is an exclusive Members Only sale!
- Remember your sun hat and suncreen to enjoy what is sure to be a beautiful day in the Garden.
A selection of favorites and unique plants will be available.
Remaining plants will be available for purchase by the public on Friday, May 12 on National Public Gardens Day!
Support our Future Horticulture Professionals
The Garden is dedicated to the advancement and appreciation of gardening, horticulture, and conservation through plant collections and education programs within an aesthetic landscape. Proceeds from the sale benefit IBG horticulture programs and ensure practical experience for the College of Western Idaho’s Horticulture students.
The students need to learn the nursery industry, from seed propagation to retailing grown plants. The Garden provides an outdoor classroom for the students and works closely with them to prepare and present the annual plant sale.
CWI horticulture program trains students for careers in the “green industry” to work in retail and wholesale nurseries, greenhouses, floral shops, public and private landscape maintenance organizations, highway departments and other agencies. Graduates often start their own businesses in various horticulture fields.