Honor the mothers in your life with specific flowers. It can mean the world to them. Flower delivery available in Teton Valley. Call (208) 354-8816 ext. 4020 to order or learn more.
We craft funeral flowers to honor our loved ones who have passed, and we handle them with love, care, and the utmost respect. We offer Casket Sprays, Standing Flower Sprays, Flower Wreaths, Funeral Baskets, Dish Gardens, and Houseplants. Call 208-354-8816 ext. 4020 to order.
Events rarely seem to go as planned, but you can count on your floral arrangements being right on the money! So whether it’s a party or table arrangement, celebrate with flowers.
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Fresh cut flowers will add a touch of elegance to any home or business. The Flower Market sources the highest quality flowers available for purchase. In season, we stock beautiful and unique locally grown flowers that you won’t find anywhere else. Our florists process each shipment of flowers carefully to ensure they last as long as possible. Stop by and see what is new each week. Flowers are sold by the stem or bunch. We are happy to take special orders. Call (208) 354-8816, ext. 4020 to place an order or learn more.
Spring cleanup is an integral part of maintaining your beautiful landscaping. Leaf raking, cutting back dead flower stalks, and flower bed tidying are just a few of the things we can help you take care of each season.
The flowers you purchase from our greenhouse are used to a warm and humid environment and receive routine care. For success beyond our care, follow these simple steps for beautiful blooms all summer long:
Note: this guide refers to flowering annuals and hanging baskets.
• Be careful not to cook new plants in your car. Take them home straight away or if you have to make stops, park in the shade and keep some windows cracked. At home, keep new plants in a sheltered, shady spot and give them some water if they’re dry or wilted.
• Gradually expose newly purchased plants to the outdoors on a covered porch or in a shady spot out of the wind. This is called hardening off.
• Watch the weather. A few annuals, such as pansies will tolerate freezing temperatures, but most will need to be covered or moved inside if a frost is predicted.
• Plant in high-quality potting mix in a container with drainage holes. If the plants are to be planted in last year’s container, remove all former plant material and refresh with new soil. Adding granular fertilizer to the soil prior to planting will promote continual blooming and healthy root formation. We love Osmocote™ slow release fertilizer.
• Water needs will vary depending on the size and type of container, sun and wind exposure. The soil should never be allowed to dry out. Feel the soil daily to check if it’s dry. Water thoroughly until you can see water coming out of the drainage holes. Depending on sun and wind exposure, annuals may need water up to twice a day.
• Routine removal of spent flowers will encourage more blooming. This is called deadheading. Be sure to remove the entire flower and stem.
• Additional liquid fertilizer (such as Fertilome™ brand Blooming & Rooting) beginning midsummer will maintain lush foliage and continuous blooming.
Dead, crunchy leaves, pale spindly foliage, aphids…
Does this describe your once-beautiful planter? With a few fresh plants and an energizing dose of plant food, you can have a pretty, welcoming planter with flowers to last another month or two. Here’s how:
1) Pull out any dead plants and replace with fresh fall annuals such as pansies, kale or mums or ornamental peppers.
2) Trim overgrown foliage plants.
3) Water with a liquid plant food such as Fox Farms™ Tiger Bloom.