The region's premier landscape contractor & garden center
2389 S. Highway 33, Driggs, ID
Mon-Sat 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
27 Sep 2020

Snow Removal

Winters in this part of the country are not for the faint of heart, in fact, we can have some of the biggest snowfalls in the lower 48. That’s exactly why snow removal is so important for homes and businesses in the region. Routine driveway plowing and snow shoveling help to ensure safe and clear paths of travel.

The MD service team can handle any size landscape from 20-acre plus private estates to small home gardens. You can feel confident that your landscape will be properly maintained and flourish under MD’s care.

27 Sep 2020

Irrigation Maintenance

We are a certified Irrigation Contractor and work throughout the season to ensure systems function properly and efficiently. Maintenance services include: -Spring spring start-up/ seasonal activation:      -Inspection of valve and head performance      -System programming -Backflow Assembly Testing: This is done by our certified American Backflow Association technician. It is require by law in Wyoming and Idaho to have assemblies inspected annually by a certified technician to ensure safety of household drinking water. -Winterization/ seasonal shut-down:       – Systems are cleared with compressed air to avoid winter damage -System repairs

27 Sep 2020

Gift Shop

At the MD Gift Shop you will find a great selection of unique gifts. The gift shop is adjacent to the Garden Center and is conveniently located on Highway 33 between Victor and Driggs, Idaho and less than 30 minutes from Jackson, Wyoming. Open year-round, Monday through Saturday. •Seasonal Home Décor •Kitchen Gifts: Mugs, Dish Towels, and Dishware for gift giving •Accessories: Scarves, Jewelry, and Hats •Picture Frames, Candles, and Artwork •Birding Accessories including Seed and Feeders •Books: Gardening, Children’s Books, and Cook Books •All Occasion Cards: Birthday, Anniversary, Congratulations, and More •Lotions, Soaps, and Body Care Products for Women and Men •Children’s Gifts: Babies to Tweens. Unique and Educational Gifts. •Houseplants: Available Year-Round •Holiday and Christmas Decorations

27 Sep 2020

Tree Moving

We’re capable of moving big trees through the use of our large spades. So whether you are looking to add large trees to your landscape or you need large trees removed, we have the crews and equipment to do the job right. We are able to spade up to 30 foot conifers and 1 inch caliper deciduous trees.

31 Jan 2018

All About Air Plants

Air Plants

Also known as tillandsias or ‘tillies’, air plants are in the bromeliad family, the same as pineapples. You can see the resemblance to a pineapple top in many air plants species. Air plants are epiphytes, needing no soil in which to grow. All their nutrients come from the air, making them a versatile and easy plant to take care of. Although they live on air, they do need some attention to stay alive and thrive especially in our dry climate.
Daily misting is helpful, but a weekly soak is even better, submerging the air plant in room temperature water for an hour or so every week. If the plant has a bloom on it, try to avoid wetting the bloom. Gently shake off excess water to dry completely before placing it back on display. Any trapped water within the plant can cause rot. The leaves will feel stiffer and look a bit darker when they’re hydrated. Soft, shriveled or rolled leaves and paler foliage is a sign of dehydration. Air plants enjoy a brightly lit spot with good air circulation. They can adapt to a wide range of room temperatures from 50 to 90 degrees. Displaying air plants can be as simple as placing a few on a decorative plate or as elaborate as a Pinterest-worthy piece of art. Glass terrariums, mason jars, driftwood or decorative rocks are easy props for display. A simple search on Pinterest will give you a plethora of design ideas or allow your own creativity to have fun and run wild with amazing air plants!

19 Mar 2017

Seed Starting 101



Longer season veggies such as tomatoes, winter squash, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and peppers are best started indoors anywhere from 8 to 10 weeks before the last frost date. Generally, mid to late March is a good time to start these crops.

  • Begin with a clean seedling tray or small pots. Ensure there are holes for drainage.
  • Select a sunny, warm spot away from hot or cold drafts.
  • Use high quality seedling mix and dampen the mix before you fill your containers. Do not use garden soil or compost, as these may contain harmful pathogens or fungi.
  • Using a pen or chopstick, make a ¼ inch hole and plant one or two seeds in each hole.
  • Gently top each hole with more seedling mix.
  • A clear plastic top can be used to retain moisture during germination.
  • Ensure the soil stays moist, but not soggy. A plant mister works well for this.
  • Once plants have reached about 2-3 inches and have several sets of true leaves, they can be transplanted into larger containers.

Not all seeds benefit from an early start. The following seeds are best sown directly into the garden at planting time: Beans, peas, carrots, beets, radish and turnips.  Leafy greens such as chard, kale and spinach and zucchini are easily grown from seed outdoors and don’t need to be started indoors.

We have everything you need to start a seed! Come by and see our large selection of garden seeds, seedling mixes, seed starting kits and more!