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Gardening in a Changing Climate, Part II: A Horde of Locusts 12/04/2018
Gardening in a Changing Climate, Part II: A Horde of Locusts
By: Sierra Laverty, Assistant Horticulture Director

In the final days of October, we transplanted more than 100 vegetable seedlings into our raised beds and cold frame. Tucked under row-cover and a little plastic

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Idaho Botanical Garden hosts Winter Garden aGlow from Nov. 22 to Jan. 1 11/14/2018
Idaho Botanical Garden hosts Winter Garden aGlow from Nov. 22 to Jan. 1
By: Chad M. Thompson, Marketing & Communication Director

You may have seen the Garden in bloom this spring and summer, but have you seen it aglow in the winter? Join us November 22 to January 1 for the annual Winter G

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Gardening in Changing Climate, Part I: The Big Picture 11/05/2018
Gardening in Changing Climate, Part I: The Big Picture
By: Sierra Laverty, Assistant Horticulture Director

Rising sea levels. Extreme drought. Storms and hurricanes like we’ve never seen before. The effects of climate change can seem like the work of legend, but th

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Beneficial Bugs in Fall 10/15/2018
Beneficial Bugs in Fall
By: Sierra Laverty, Assistant Horticulture Director

In the spring and summer, any garden is awash with wonder. Annual and perennial flower buds open to reveal magnetic colors. The sound of crickets and cicadas ri

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What’s Blooming October 2018 10/11/2018
What’s Blooming October 2018
By: Daniel Murphy, Collections Curator

Fall Flowers Summer may have officially come to a close, but that doesn’t mean we are left without flowers. Many plants flower throughout the summer and into

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Preparing Your Pond for Winter 10/08/2018
Preparing Your Pond for Winter
By: Robert McKay, Gardener, Pond Specialist Certified Koi Keeper

Getting Your Pond Ready for Winter As we approach late October, the nighttime temperatures dance around freezing and the daytime temperatures struggle to get o

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Creative Culinary Uses for Plants 10/04/2018
Creative Culinary Uses for Plants
By: Michele Lesica, Horticulture Director

The Idaho Botanical Garden recently hosted a new event called Bitters, Botany and the Big Screen, in collaboration with Red Feather Lounge and the Sierra Club.

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Literally – Check it Out! 10/01/2018
Literally – Check it Out!
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Did you know that our administration building houses a huge library of horticulture books?  These books are free for members to check out.  Here is a list of

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31 Days of Scarecrows 09/24/2018
31 Days of Scarecrows
By: Corey King, Marketing & Communication Director

Idaho Botanical Garden celebrates fall with Scarecrow Stroll design competition Boise, Idaho, September 24, 2018– Creative scarecrows peek around trees, plan

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Celebrate Autumn at Fall Harvest Festival 09/18/2018
Celebrate Autumn at Fall Harvest Festival
By: Corey King, Marketing & Communication Director

Idaho Botanical Garden adds a new Adult Night Boise, Idaho, September 18, 2018–The Garden’s annual Fall Harvest Festival will celebrate autumn with an extr

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What’s Blooming September 2018 09/12/2018
What’s Blooming September 2018
By: Daniel Murphy, Collections Curator

Scarlet Runner Bean This vining plant in the bean family can be found growing in both the Children’s Adventure Garden and the Vegetable Garden. It is commo

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Discover the Magic of Nature Camps 09/11/2018
Discover the Magic of Nature Camps
By: Wendy Irwin, Youth Education Coordinator

Summer at Idaho Botanical Garden means many things, from concerts, to weddings, to quiet moments spent at shaded picnic tables. For the Youth Education Staff a

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Seeds, Saving for the Future 09/09/2018
Seeds, Saving for the Future
By: Anna Lindquist, Garden Lead and Native Plant Specialist

While flowers and fruits typically get all the glory in the garden, seeds are the real heroes. Without seeds, we would have no delicious tomatoes, no beautiful

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Idaho’s first ever public tree climb adventure is coming! 08/28/2018
Idaho’s first ever public tree climb adventure is coming!
By: David Anderson, Canopy Watch

Public invited to first-ever guided educational tree climb in Idaho September 29, Idaho Botanical Garden, Boise IDAHO BOTANICAL GARDEN, Boise, ID – Idaho’

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What’s Blooming August 2018 08/15/2018
What’s Blooming August 2018
By: Daniel Murphy, Collections Curator

Summer Fruits of Native Trees and Shrubs The Lewis and Clark Native Plant Garden is lousy with fruit. As the fruits of serviceberries and currants fade, a su

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Pollinators! 08/08/2018
Pollinators!
By: Anna Lindquist, Garden Lead and Native Plant Specialist

Working at the garden it is impossible to ignore the myriad of pollinators we have buzzing, flying, and swooping around us (including our new Bee mascot!). Many

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Ephemeral Land Art – Call to Artists 07/30/2018
Ephemeral Land Art – Call to Artists
By: Elizabeth Dickey, Education and Visitor Engagement Director

Idaho Botanical Garden Ephemeral Land Art Artist Application Project Overview The Idaho Botanical Garden seeks local artists to design, construct, and insta

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Private Gardens Tour 2019 Announced 07/30/2018
Private Gardens Tour 2019 Announced
By: Corey King, Marketing and Communication Director

Idaho Botanical Garden accepting nominations in Boise’s Highlands Area The Idaho Botanical Garden is planning for the 2019 Private Gardens Tour of residentia

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What’s Blooming July 2018 07/24/2018
What’s Blooming July 2018
By: Daniel Murphy, Collections Curator

Heritage Grain Trial Idaho Botanical Garden is participating in the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance Heritage Grains Trial. Thanks to Anna and the Vegetable Garden

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Identifying the Goathead Monster 07/23/2018
Identifying the Goathead Monster
By: Daniel Murphy, Collections Curator

If you have spent much time on a bicycle in Boise, chances are you have been the victim of a goathead-induced flat tire. You probably even got a good look at th

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It’s Just Ducky at Great Garden Escape 07/10/2018
It’s Just Ducky at Great Garden Escape
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

Idaho Botanical Garden partners with Duck Club Presents Boise, Idaho, July 10, 2018–The Idaho Botanical Garden is a fun, vibrant, place with 13 acres of cu

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Artist Han Seok Hyun & MING Studios 06/19/2018
Artist Han Seok Hyun & MING Studios
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

MING Studios & Idaho Botanical Garden partner to bring new work by Korean Artist Han Seok Hyun to Boise MING Studios and the Idaho Botanical Garden(IBG) br

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It’s National Pollinator Week 06/18/2018
It’s National Pollinator Week
By: Daniel Murphy

Thanks to Pollinator Partnership for providing these Pollination Fast Facts! What is pollination? Pollination is a vital stage in the life cycle of all flow

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Interested in Saving Seeds? 06/15/2018
Interested in Saving Seeds?
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

Here are some very basic seed saving tips! Some of the easiest flowers to collect seeds from include: Chocolate flower (Berlandieria lyrata) Winecups (

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What’s Blooming June 2018 06/10/2018
What’s Blooming June 2018
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Dwarf English Lavender  - Lavandula angustifolia ‘Wee One’   We have several Plant Select Petites in our Plant Select Demonstration Beds. Like

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Renewal Keeps the Garden Growing 06/01/2018
Renewal Keeps the Garden Growing
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Idaho Botanical Garden has a new look and a new vibe Idaho Botanical Garden is a fun, vibrant, place with a new updated logo to reflect this exciting community

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Meet Mark Nagel Volunteer Beekeeper 05/29/2018
Meet Mark Nagel Volunteer Beekeeper
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Hi Everyone! Let me introduce myself.  My name is Mark Nagel and I am the new volunteer beekeeper at the Garden.  I have been keeping bees for 6 years and am

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Idaho Botanical Garden is now a propagation member of Plant Select 05/25/2018
Idaho Botanical Garden is now a propagation member of Plant Select
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New Plant Select Garden Featured at Idaho Botanical Garden The Idaho Botanical Garden is now a propagation member of Plant Select, the country’s leading bran

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Now a propagation member of Plant Select 05/25/2018
Now a propagation member of Plant Select
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

New Plant Select Garden Featured at Idaho Botanical Garden The Idaho Botanical Garden is now a propagation member of Plant Select, the country’s leading bran

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What’s Blooming May 2018 05/19/2018
What’s Blooming May 2018
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Meadow Rue – Thalictrum ‘Black Stockings’   The genus Thalictrum may surprise you by just how showy and attractive it can be. Commonly known

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30,000 Honey Bees! 05/17/2018
30,000 Honey Bees!
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30,000 Honey Bees! Please welcome our newest IBG staff members…30,000 honey bees!   Please welcome our newest IBG staff members…30,000 honey b

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Bear Grass Bloom Watch! 05/16/2018
Bear Grass Bloom Watch!
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It’s an exciting day in the Lewis and Clark Garden; we are on Bloom Watch for our Bear Grass! What makes this bloom so exciting is that Xerophyllum te

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What’s Blooming April 26, 2018 04/26/2018
What’s Blooming April 26, 2018
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Koreanspice Viburnum - Viburnum carlesii   Viburnum is a genus of shrubs consisting of more than 150 species, most of which are found in the North

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What’s Blooming April 2018 04/06/2018
What’s Blooming April 2018
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Prairie Smoke - Geum triflorum   One of the first wildflowers to bloom in the Lewis and Clark Native Plant Garden is a low-growing plant in the ro

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What’s Blooming March 2018 03/01/2018
What’s Blooming March 2018
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Panchito Manzanita Arctostaphylos x coloradensis   [caption id="attachment_6727" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Panchito Manzanita 'Arctostaph

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Plantoids at the Garden 02/14/2018
Plantoids at the Garden
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

Idaho Botanical Garden hosted the Plantoids Robotics Workshop In an unusual pairing of robotics and horticulture, the Idaho Botanical Garden hosted the Pl

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Focus on Early Childhood 02/12/2018
Focus on Early Childhood
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

Project Learning Tree - Professional Development Workshop Focus on Early Childhood - March 16-17, 2018 Friday, 4:30-8:30 pm. Saturday, 8:30 am–3:30 pm with

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What’s Blooming 2/1/2018 02/01/2018
What’s Blooming 2/1/2018
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Helllebores - Helleborus spp.    [caption id="attachment_6727" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Hellebores 'Helleborus spp.'[/caption] This odd

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English Garden 11/20/2017
English Garden
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

The renovation of the English Garden began in the summer of 2015.  Renovation of this garden was prompted by the growth of the trees and the change in the amou

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Labyrinth 10/20/2017
Labyrinth
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

This spring, as we began construction for our new bathrooms, we removed the Labyrinth. Find a new one in the Foothills Grove near the Vegetable Garden and the L

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What’s Blooming 9/21/2017 09/21/2017
What’s Blooming 9/21/2017
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

Globe Amaranth - Gomphrena spp.    [caption id="attachment_6727" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Gomphrena haageana 'QIS™ Carmine'[/caption]

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What’s Blooming 8/23/2017 08/23/2017
What’s Blooming 8/23/2017
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

Eaton's Aster - Symphyotrichum eatonii   Every year during the final weeks of summer, we look forward to seeing the asters bloom. They are a sure s

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What’s Blooming 7/31/2017 07/31/2017
What’s Blooming 7/31/2017
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

Goldhill Golden-aster - Heterotheca jonesii x villosa 'Goldhill'   One of the many things to love about the Plant Select program is their collectio

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What’s Blooming 6/15/2017 06/15/2017
What’s Blooming 6/15/2017
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

Spanish Foxglove - Digitalis thapsi 'Spanish Peaks'   Idaho Botanical Garden is home to one of Plant Select's many demonstration gardens located th

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What’s Blooming – April 24, 2017 04/24/2017
What’s Blooming – April 24, 2017
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

April showers bring more April flowers. Brave the rain and come see the most recent blooms at Idaho Botanical Garden as April draws to a close. Here's hopin

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04/05/2017
What’s Blooming – April 2017
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Idaho Botanical Garden is on the verge of bursting into full bloom. So many things are already flowering, and there is much more to come. Below are just a few

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03/20/2017
What’s Blooming – March 2017
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10/18/2016
Idaho Botanical Garden Releases Statement on City of Boise’s Planned 2017 Concert Series
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                             Contact: Erin Anderson October 17, 2016     (208) 275-8609 erin@i

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09/26/2016
What’s Blooming 9/26/2016
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Bluebeard - Caryopteris spp.   Plants that bloom late in the summer and into fall are particularly important in the garden. Not only do they offer conti

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09/14/2016
What’s Blooming 9/14/2016
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Firecracker Vine - Ipomoea lobata   After months of growth, Ipomoea lobata is finally coming into its own. Commonly known as firecracker vine, Spanish f

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09/08/2016
Idaho Botanical Garden Hires Erin Guerricabeitia as Executive Director
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BOISE, ID – The Idaho Botanical Garden (IBG) today announced the hiring of Erin Guerricabeitia as the new IBG Executive Director. Guerricabeitia will be respo

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09/07/2016
Idaho Botanical Garden to Host Celebration for New Entrance Garden on September 20th
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BOISE, ID – The Idaho Botanical Garden will host a celebration for its new entrance garden on Tuesday, September 20th at 10:00 a.m. The new entrance garden wa

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09/07/2016
What’s Blooming 9/07/2016
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Mexican Sunflower - Tithonia rotundifolia   Mexican sunflower is a real presence in the garden. Closely related to the sunflower genus (Helianthus), Tit

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08/31/2016
What’s Blooming 8/31/2016
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Joe Pye Weed - Eutrochium purpureum   Native to wooded slopes, wet meadows, thickets and streams of the eastern and northern United States, Joe Pye wee

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08/24/2016
What’s Blooming 8/24/2016
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Rocky Mountain Bee Plant - Cleome serrulata   At first glance Rocky Mountain bee plant might appear to be an import from an alien planet. The big pink bl

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08/20/2016
Koi Pond
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In the summer of 2016, the Idaho Botanical Garden installed a new Koi pond thanks to a generous donation from the Richins family.  The Richins donated their be

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08/18/2016
What’s Blooming 8/18/2016
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Hardy Hibiscus - Hibiscus moscheutos   Hibiscus moscheutos has the tropical appeal of other Hibiscus species but is surprisingly well-adapted to surviv

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08/12/2016
2017 Outlaw Field Summer Concert Series RFP
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The Idaho Botanical Garden is currently accepting proposals to promote and produce the 2017 Outlaw Field Summer Concert Series®. This will be the tenth consec

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08/04/2016
What’s Blooming 8/4/2016
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Globe Thistle - Echinops ritro   In the Children's Adventure Garden, a mass of planting of globe-shaped, blue-purple flowers draws a crowd. In the heat

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07/28/2016
What’s Blooming 7/28/2016
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Desert Willow - Chilopsis linearis   The common name for Chilopsis linearis, desert willow, might first appear to be an oxymoron, as we often associate w

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07/20/2016
What’s Blooming 7/20/2016
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Dahlias   Native to Mexico and Central America, dahlias are tuberous rooted perennials in the aster (Asteraceae) family. Years after its discovery, the f

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07/12/2016
What’s Blooming 7/12/2016
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Purple Prairie Clover - Dalea purpurea   Throughout the Idaho Botanical Garden you may notice certain plants covered in small metal cages made of chicken

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07/06/2016
What’s Blooming 7/06/2016
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Texas Red Yucca - Hesperaloe parviflora   It may surprise you that a plant native to central Texas and northern Mexico thrives in Idaho, but it's true.

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06/22/2016
What’s Blooming 6/22/2016
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Oceanspray - Holodiscus discolor   As we enter the heat of summer, flowers in many parts of the garden are slowly succumbing to the rising temperatures.

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06/14/2016
What’s Blooming 6/14/2016
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Butterfly Milkweed - Asclepias tuberosa   Butterfly sightings have become common in the garden these past few weeks. Butterflies are among the most char

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05/31/2016
What’s Blooming 5/31/2016
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Red Hot Poker - Kniphofia uvaria   The common names of plants can often be misleading or nonsensical. However, looking around town at the blooming Red H

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05/25/2016
What’s Blooming 5/25/2016
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Black Beauty Elderberry - Sambucus nigra 'Gerda'   A Black Beauty elderberry in full bloom is a sight to behold. Black Beauty is a trademarked name for

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05/16/2016
What’s Blooming 5/16/2016
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Streambank Wild Hollyhock - Iliamna rivularis   This eye-catching, Idaho native is a member of the mallow family (Malvaceae). As its common name implies

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05/03/2016
What’s Blooming 5/3/2016
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Lilacs - Syringa vulgaris   Sense memory in the springtime garden can be strongly influenced by the nostalgic perfume of lilac.  Does the scent of lila

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04/27/2016
What’s Blooming 4/27/2016
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Owens Valley Penstemon - Penstemon confusus   The western United States is lousy with penstemons. Idaho alone claims at least 43 native Penstemon speci

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04/21/2016
What’s Blooming 4/21/2016
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Curly Leaf Sea Kale - Crambe maritima   One of our horticulture missions at Idaho Botanical Garden is to showcase plants that are suitable for gardens a

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04/11/2016
What’s Blooming 4/11/2016
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Barestem Biscuitroot - Lomatium nudicaule   Lomatiums are among the diverse suite of wildflowers that bloom in the Boise Foothills each spring. Commonly

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10/27/2015
WINNERS OF THE FOURTH ANNUAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN CONTEST
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WINNERS OF THE FOURTH ANNUAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN CONTEST ANNOUNCED BY ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DOWNERS GROVE, IL – October 27, 2015

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10/22/2015
“Birds & Blooms” Magazine
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Author Melinda Meyers with "Birds and Blooms" magazine names the Idaho Botanical Garden as her #2 favorite public garden in the nation!

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09/23/2015
What’s Blooming 9/21/2015
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Asters For many, the beginning of fall is signaled by the appearance of pumpkin spice lattes. But gardeners might take more notice of the rows of mums appearing

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09/14/2015
What’s Blooming 9/14/2015
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Rabbitbrush! Summers in the Treasure Valley are bookended by the yellow flowers of two of our most abundant native shrubs. In late spring, bitterbrush bursts in

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09/08/2015
What’s Blooming 9/7/2015
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Maximilian Sunflower Helianthus maximiliani   Maximilian Sunflower is an herbaceous perennial native to the Great Plains regions of central North America. It

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08/17/2015
With Our Thanks…
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Annual Nonprofit Excellence Nominees Announced (BOISE) – Nearly 200 nominations from across Idaho have been received for the annual Nonprofit Excellence Award

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07/27/2015
What’s Blooming 7/29/2015
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The genus Salvia is the largest in the botanical family, Lamiaceae (mint), with the number of species estimated to range from 800 to nearly 1,000. Salvias, comm

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06/29/2015
What’s Blooming 6/29/2015
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Nepeta x faassenii Catmint With its gorgeous, long lasting blooms, lovely scent, and pollinator attracting power, Nepeta x faassenii is one of the great hybrid

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06/24/2015
What’s Blooming 6/22/2015
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Bourbon, Hybrid Perpetual, Rambler, Modern Climbing, and Miniature Roses Bourbon Rose The Bourbon rose originated from a natural cross between a China rose and

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06/17/2015
What’s Blooming 6/15/2015
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Centifolia, Moss, and China Roses Centifolia Roses Salet Rose Historians believe that the Centifolia rose or the Cabbage rose is one of the oldest cultivated ro

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06/08/2015
What’s Blooming 6/8/2015
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Gallica and Damask Roses The Gallica rose is one of the earliest cultivated species of roses. This rose was cultivated by the Greeks and the Romans and was com

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06/01/2015
What’s Blooming 6/1/2015
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An Introduction to Old Garden Roses There are many types of roses in the world of plants. Wild roses, which are truly wild roses, are not usually cultivated. O

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05/29/2014
2015 Private Gardens Tour on June 21!
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Enjoy a variety of delightful private gardens in Boise. Now in its 31st year, the Garden Tour is a fundraiser for the Idaho Botanical Garden, its plants and pro

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05/06/2014
Idaho Botanical Garden Announces New Executive Director
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May 5, 2014 (Boise, ID) –The Idaho Botanical Garden Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Wiersema as Executive Director. Wierse

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04/04/2014
2014 April Showers Bring May Flowers, a Plant Sale and a Free Day at the Idaho Botanical Garden
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April 5, 2014 (Boise, ID) – The Idaho Botanical Garden is celebrating the start of spring by helping the community prepare.  Eager gardeners can attend hands

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03/03/2014
Early Spring Event Advisory
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February 3, 2014 (Boise, ID) – Prepare for spring with hands-on classes, tour the Idaho Botanical Garden for plant selection ideas, and listen to inspiring sp

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03/03/2014
Idaho Botanical Garden Recognizes Outgoing Director, Search Underway for New Director
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The Idaho Botanical Garden is saying farewell to executive director, Julia Rundberg. The community is invited to thank her for her service on Friday, May 9 on N

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01/31/2014
Rethinking Idaho Landscapes
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The Idaho Botanical Garden and the University of Idaho continue popular and important community forum, Rethinking Idaho Landscapes on February 22, 2014. Keynote

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01/31/2014
Winter Interest
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We are well into winter in the northern hemisphere, and the plants in our landscapes have been dormant for weeks now. (more…)

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Extra Mileage/Boys in the Swing 11/13/2013
Extra Mileage/Boys in the Swing
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

Artist: Clayton Robbins Media: Bronze Year: 1981 Location: Children’s Adventure Garden This sculpture, a fixture for years at the Boise Towne Sq

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11/13/2013
Gardening expert Ciscoe Morris to visit Boise to benefit Idaho Botanical Garden
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27th Annual Garden Tour boosts six private gardens June 12, 2013 (Boise, ID) – The Idaho Botanical Garden welcomes northwest gardening expert Ciscoe Morris t

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10/29/2013
Celebrate Fall with a Scarecrows Safari at the Idaho Botanical Garden
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August 8, 2013 (Boise, Idaho) Enjoy the Idaho Botanical Garden as it transforms for the fall season. Celebrate cool evenings with a Scarecrow Safari throughout

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Serenity 06/29/2010
Serenity
By: Idaho Botanical Garden

Artist: Kathryn Vinson Media: Colorado Yule Marble Year: 2010 Location: Jane Oppenheimer Heirloom Rose Garden Colorado Yule Marble was used for a

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