This summer we were able to upgrade to a real floral cooler. What worked as the cooler for our floral products the last decade was an old meat cooler from the animal science department. This new one is more efficient, and we don't constantly have a drip bucket to empty. However, if you're on the taller side of life, you do need to watch your head as you step inside.
Our aim for the Department of Horticulture at Brigham Young University-Idaho is to nurture understanding of both the art and science of Horticulture. Students learn experimentally in the classroom, laboratory, greenhouse, and ten acre Thomas E. Ricks demonstration garden as they pursue an Associates or Bachelors Degree. Using the medium of plants, students develop habits of hard work, enlightened minds, and healthy living that assist in gainful employment opportunitues.