The region's premier landscape contractor & garden center
2389 S. Highway 33, Driggs, ID
Mon-Sat 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
03 Feb 2020

Valentine’s Day at MD

Take a moment to stop and appreciate your sweetie this Valentine’s Day. The gift shop at MD can be your one stop Valentine’s shop with all kinds of thoughtful ideas for any Valentine:

Fresh Flowers: Whether you love romantic red roses, graceful tulips, colorful gerberas or fragrant lilies, you can be assured that flowers from the Flower Market are of the highest quality. Our floral team sources, prepares and arranges flowers that are a cut above the rest. Call ahead for custom flowers or stop in and choose from one of our pre-made flower bouquets, or choose your own stems.
For your convenience, flower delivery is available throughout Teton Valley.
Call to order: 208-354-8816 ext. 4020

Great Gifts: We have an extensive selection of cards, luscious soaps and lotions, beautiful jewelry, cozy winter accessories, candles, sassy socks, funny magnets, kitchen accessories, books, garden gifts, artwork and houseplants.
Can’t decide what to get? Pick up an MD gift card and let your sweetie do the choosing.

Sweet Treats: Take home delicious cupcakes, a petite sharing cake or cookies from the kitchen of our very own Marigold Café. These lovingly crafted treats will be boxed up and ready to go.

02 Dec 2019

Christmas Tree Care 101

The beloved Christmas tree is the mark of the season in many of our homes. To help your tree stay fresh, follow these steps:
Fresh Cut Trees:

• Cut a quarter to a half-inch off the bottom of the trunk before placing it in its stand. This is vital to a tree’s ability to uptake water. We’ll do this for you when you purchase your tree here.
• Choose a tree stand with at least a quart holding capacity for water. Fill with water and check daily, trees can drink up to a gallon a day! Continue to add water as needed while your tree is indoors.
• Keep your tree away from any heat sources like fireplaces, appliances or heating vents.

Live Potted Christmas Trees:
Live Christmas trees need extra consideration for holiday decorating and care.
It is important to keep live trees in their dormant state for successful survival beyond the holidays. Gradually acclimate your live tree to room temperature by keeping it in a cool garage for a few days before bringing it indoors. Water your tree and allow it to drain before moving it indoors. Keep your tree indoors for no more than one week or it will break dormancy. Avoid placing your live tree by any heat source and use LED or mini lights that give off little heat. Before returning a live Christmas tree outside, water it thoroughly and move it somewhere cool like a garage before exposing it to winter temperatures. Keep your live tree for the remainder of the winter outdoors where it will have good snow coverage and some shade. This will offer it protection from the elements. Avoid placing your potted tree in a sunny spot or wind exposed area as this will dry out the needles. Once the ground is thawed in the spring, your live Christmas tree can be planted and enjoyed for years to come.
Live trees are not guaranteed.

18 Nov 2019

Our Favorite Hostess Gifts

The holidays are around the corner and like it or not, it’s party season! A small gift is a nice way to show appreciation to your host. While a bottle of wine or a six-pack of beer may do just fine, we’ve come up with some thoughtful ideas from our gift shop to set you apart:

-Dishtowels: Funny, holiday-themed or just plain cute, we have loads of choices to suit your host.
-Soaps & Lotions: Chose from luscious botanical or holiday scents as a lovely gift for the home.
-Idaho Woods playing cards: We love these cute cards because they’re perfect for traveling, and make a great activity for many ages.
-Fresh flowers: Flowers are perfect for those hosts you don’t know well or for someone who ‘has it all’. We have pre-made mixed bouquets or you can call our Flower Market ahead of time to have something arranged for you 208-354-8816 ext. 4020.
– Live plants: Trendy air plants and succulents are different and are easy to care for. Seasonal live holiday plants such as mini pines, poinsettias and Christmas cactus will be arriving around Thanksgiving.
-Candles: Scented or not, the warming glow of a beautiful candle will be appreciated.
-Cocktail napkins: We have a fantastic variety of sassy or serious ones for the host.

30 Oct 2019

November at MD

November is a busy month in our gift shop and greenhouse as we clear out the last of our summer items and move into holiday mode. There will be lots of changes as we bring in our seasonal decorations to prepare for our annual holiday open house and beyond. Our gift shop is filling up with toys, baby gifts, lotions, soaps, candles, jewelry, seasonal kitchen linens and tableware, mugs, cozy scarves, artwork, doormats and so much more. November is a good time to stop in, see what’s new and maybe even get a head start on the holiday shopping season.

Join us for our annual Holiday Open House Saturday, November 9th. Our annual holiday open house is not to be missed. Come and be inspired by our latest festive displays, décor and abundant ornaments. Save 25% on holiday décor for one day only. Spin the wheel to win prizes and special discounts throughout the day. The first 25 customers of the day receive a free gift (with purchase).

Fresh cut and live potted Christmas trees, poinsettias, wreaths, garland and seasonal greenery will be arriving around Thanksgiving.

07 Oct 2019

Fall Fest Saturday, October 19th

Our MD tradition of free family fun continues from noon until 3, October 19th. Hayrides, games, face painting, kid’s gardening activity, and a mini farmer’s market are all part of the fun. Wear a costume for fun or come as you are. The Education Foundation of Teton Valley will be here to collect donations at the kid’s garden activity table. Bring some extra cash to support this valuable community non-profit. Tag us in your photos with #fallfestatmd to win great prizes!

26 Dec 2018

Holiday Clearance Sale

Santa is gone and our annual Holiday Clearance Sale is on! Save 50% on all Holiday décor. This is your chance to stock up on ornaments, garland, nativity sets, wreaths, sprays and holiday keepsakes for next year. Our sale continues through January 5th.

10 Dec 2018

The Gift Shop at MD

The countdown to Christmas is on. Our gift shop and greenhouse have gone through their seasonal transformation and we are ready for the holidays. Each year our retail display team puts together truly inspiring and dramatic displays to feast your eyes upon. Stop in and browse through our huge selection of holiday décor. You’ll find:
• Fresh wreaths and garland
• Christmas trees (live & fresh cut)
• Fragrant evergreen boughs
• Ornaments
• Christmas cards
• Poinsettias and seasonal Christmas plants
• Amaryllis and paperwhites

The gift shop at MD offers a unique, welcoming and sensory shopping experience. We have a huge variety of gifts for kids, teachers, co-workers, moms, dads, gardeners or just about anyone on your list. We invite you to get out and shop with us locally. Our friendly staff is here to help with gift suggestions and guidance. As always, we offer complimentary gift wrapping!

12 Nov 2018

Christmas Tree Care 101

The beloved Christmas tree is the mark of the season in many of our homes. To help your tree stay fresh, follow these steps:

Fresh Cut Trees:
• Cut a quarter to a half inch off the bottom of the trunk before placing it in its stand. This is vital to a tree’s ability to uptake water. We do this for you when you purchase your tree here.
• Choose a tree stand with at least a quart holding capacity for water. Fill with water and check daily. Cut trees can drink up to a gallon a day! Continue to add water as needed while your tree is indoors.
• Keep your tree away from any heat sources like fireplaces, appliances or heating vents.

Live Potted Christmas Trees:
Live Christmas trees need extra consideration for holiday decorating and care.
It is important to keep live trees in their dormant state for successful survival beyond the holidays. Gradually acclimate your live tree to room temperature by keeping it in a cool garage for a few days before bringing it indoors. Water your tree and allow it to drain before moving it indoors. Keep your tree indoors for no more than one week or it will break dormancy. Avoid placing your live tree by any heat source and use LED or mini lights that give off little heat. Before returning a live Christmas tree outside, water it thoroughly and move it somewhere cool like a garage before exposing it to winter temperatures. Keep your live tree for the remainder of the winter outdoors where it will have good snow coverage and some shade. This will offer it protection from the elements. Avoid placing your potted tree in a sunny spot or wind exposed area as this will dry out the needles. Once the ground is thawed in the spring, your live Christmas tree can be planted and enjoyed for years to come.
live trees are not guaranteed

07 Nov 2018

Holiday Open House Saturday November 10th

25% off Holiday Décor One Day Only!
Our annual holiday open house is not to be missed. Come and be inspired by our latest festive displays, décor and abundant ornaments. Save 25% on holiday décor for one day only. Spin the wheel to win prizes throughout the day. The first 25 customers of the day receive a free gift (with purchase).