Ashley Kelley, Justin Scoresby, and Kaitlin Lewis have won the photo contest and their pictures are displayed in the header above. Congratulations!
Ashley Kelley: Open Tulip
Justin Scoresby: This is a photo of Spring Meadow Nursery in Grand Haven Michigan. That is where I did my internship last year.
Kaitlin Lewis: This is a hibiscus I saw in the Swiss Alps by Lake Geneva. It is like a microclimate there.
The time has finally come for another great Horticulture social!
Date: Tuesday, July 13th
Time: 6:00-9:00 pm
Place: Baseball diamond across from the Benson
Those invited: All horticulture students and their spouses and children. No fiances, boyfriends/girlfriends, or roommates.
Food provided: Dewey's famous steak, rolls, salad, homemade rootbeer
It will be a great way to end another semester.
Please RSVP here so we can get an accurate food count. Include everyone you will be bringing.
It's time to switch out the photos in the header of the site and we are turning it over to you so supply the photos. Please submit photos of anything that depicts horticulture to you. It can represent any emphasis or horticulture in general. These can include any class projects, plants, landscapes, flowers, etc. If your photo is chosen, it will appear in the header for the next few weeks and you will get credit for the picture. Please only send pictures that are yours so we don't have any copyright issues. You may submit more than one. You may email your photo directly to email@example.com with your name, email and description of the photo or you can fill out the form below.
It has been much cooler for much longer this year which means that our growing season is even shorter. The grounds crew needed help getting all the flowers planted in the Thomas E. Ricks gardens this year so a couple horticulture classes pitched in and helped to plant. The gardens look so great and colorful every year. It is definitely a hot spot on campus for all types of people: students, faculty and community members. These photos are of Bro. Nelson's Pest Control class (HORT 412).
Head to the Benson greenhouses for the annual Horticulture Plant Sale this Saturday, June 12. It'll be open from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm. There will be an abundance of bedding plants, hanging baskets, trees, and shrubs. Come and support our program.
This issue of Campus & Community focused around all of the great things there are available to do in Rexburg. It was designed to help students coming from larger hometowns begin to love the small town feel. Included in the magazine are hot spots for fun dates as well as great places to walk around town to enjoy the outdoors. The gardens made both lists.
Our garden features a variety of flowers and vegetation, several reception areas, beautiful paved walkways, and a few ponds and water features. The flowers throughout the garden are currently being planted by classes and a lot of work has been put into beautifying the Thomas E. Ricks gardens for the summer.
Pick up an issue of Campus & Community at many Scroll racks and make sure to check out pages 27 and 37.
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.