We Love Our Community 

The Legacy Gardens

To the north of the main retail operation is an acre and a half display garden. The garden was developed in 2005 to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Edwards Greenhouse. The inspiration for the gardens was to honor the many employees and friends that helped Edwards become the institution it is today.

As a very important benefit the garden showcases various trees and conifers as well as perennials, annuals, and vegetables. The focal point of the garden is a 1400 square foot gazebo designed and built by David St. Clair. The landscape was designed by perennial expert Anju Lucas, and principle care, design changes, and maintenance have been the responsibility of Marie Whyte since the garden's inception.

The Legacy Garden is open daily from dawn to dusk and is the gathering place for many of Edwards's horticulture activities, including the Mother’s Day Potting Party and Garden Party. We are unable, at this time, to hold events that don’t directly correlate with regular business purposes/hours.

Community Involvement 


Edwards Greenhouse is proud of its long history of community involvement. Whether hosting grade school children, high school horticulturalists or Garden Club members, we have opened our doors to educate and promote gardening in the Treasure Valley. We strongly promote the arts and women & children causes. Recently, we have become involved in various community gardens and the local food movement.



Edwards Greenhouse and the Florist at Edwards support a broad range of groups, causes, fundraisers and the like, especially those that enrich gardeners, the environment, women and children as well as artistic endeavors & community involvement.

If your group is interested in a donation from Edwards Greenhouse or The Florist at Edwards please fill out our donation request and email it to info@edwardsgreenhouse.com, fax it to (208) 342-0411 or drop it by. A member of marketing & donation committee will contact you in a timely manner on whether we can fulfill your request.



Edwards Greenhouse believes in cultivating strong community connections. The emergence of community gardens has been essential to strengthening community relationships, whether it be feeding those in need or educating new generations of gardeners.

We provide discounts & donations for approved, non-profit gardens; please email erin@edwardsgreenhouse.com for further information.

For further information about a community garden near you, visit: Let's Move Boise and City of Boise's community gardens.

Professional Organization Memberships

Edwards Greenhouse  believes that it is necessary for education and personal growth to be active members of various industry and business organizations. We are proud to be longtime members of the following professional organizations: