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Apr 27, 2019

Twin Falls Temple—A Great Place to See Flowers in Full Bloom - News Radio 1310 KLIX

The Twin Falls Temple, dedicated in 2008, is one of five operating temples of the church in Idaho. The others include Idaho Falls (1945), Boise (1984), Rexburg (2008), and Meridian (2017). A sixth temple is underway in Pocatello.According to a church statement on March 16, the date of the groundbreaking in Pocatello, the church has 162 operating temples worldwide, with another 40 announced or under construction.

Oct 12, 2018

Autumn planting tips and ideas to liven up the garden

Let's get some ideas for your fall garden from a few experts. Great ideas According to Cristin LaFromboise, color and foliage buyer, at Armstrong Garden Centers, 2200 E. Route 66, Suite 200, in Glendora, now is the perfect time to get busy with outdoor planting. "Going into the tail end of summer, sometimes the garden starts to look a little tired," she said. "It is a great time to pop annual color into pots for instant color. Vinca and zinnias are the best choices to stand late summer heat. "In Southern California, you can also put herbs in year-round. Basil, parsley and thyme are popular ones right now." She said as summer turns to fall, it is wonderful time to plant cooler season veggies such as lettuce, kale, broccoli and cauliflower, which are all edible fall favorites. As for what kinds of bulbs, she suggests homeowners plant spring-flowering bulbs in the fall. Freesia and hyacinth are fragrant, and ranunculus, daffodils and iris make great cut flowers, she said. LaFromboise said fall is also the best time to plant trees and shrubs. "With our mild winters, it gives time for plants to develop roots, and acclimate to their surroundings. Also, fall is the time for the best selection of annual color in Pansies and Snapdragons." Echinacea is a perennial of the Asteraceae family and known for its medicinal properties including enhancing the immune system. Courtesy photo. Of course, if you want to create a special fall garden that will be easy to maintain, LaFromboise recommends planting perennials now. You can also plant gaillardia, rudbeckia and echinacea, all of w...

Apr 6, 2018

Beauty blooms in Idaho's backcountry in the spring and summer

Clearwater National Forest near Orofino, because of its combination of high precipitation and moderate elevations.“Closer to Boise, good places to look are in the woods near Idaho City, McCall, Cascade and Lake Fork,” said Kinter. “Any wet meadow in the mountains, at mid- to low elevation, is a possibility – once you get above the timber line, you won’t find them. Also look along streams and ditch banks, and around hot springs.”She mentioned Blue Lake Trail near Snowbank Mountain — a popular mountain drive and hike just south of Lake Cascade — as another promising starting point for orchid exploration.Just remember — this is a hunt, not a sure thing. Idaho orchid species bloom in the wild from roughly mid-May through mid-September and, like any perennial plant, the season can vary depending on the elements — temperature, moisture, etc.Reporting What You FindKinter said Idaho Fish and Game always needs more native-orchid information, so she and her fellow botanists appreciate the public’s help in reporting orchid sightings in the wild.“We’re some of the few people focusing on rare plants and plant diversity,” she explained, “and we’re always busy! Of about 3,000 plant species native to Idaho, we study 10 to 20 a year.”Photos are helpful, along with as specific a description as possible of the plant — its height and color, growing conditions, numbers of plants, whether they’re in bud or in bloom — and of course, the location and date.Not sure if what you’ve found is an orchid? There’s an app for that! Try ‘iNaturalist,’ ‘Flora ID Northwest,’ or ‘PlantNet,’ to name a few.“We suspect there are several orchid species here that we haven’t located yet,” said Kinter. She mentioned the Longbracht frog orchid (Coeloglossum viride) and Roundleaf orchid (Galaeris rotundifolia) as possibilities.Wouldn’t you like to be the first one to find them?Tips for growing orchidsI’ve grown orchids for more than a decade and still consider myself a novice. The trick isn’t getting them to grow — it’s getting them to re-bloom after those first gorgeous flowers wither and fall off. I can’t guarantee results, but if you stick to a few orchid-care basics, you’ll have a better chance the plant will stay healthy and maybe even bloom again.? When you first bring an orchid home, don’t throw out the tag. It often contains the plant’s official name, which will help you check online for specific care recommendations. You’re more likely to succeed if you know what the plant needs to thrive.? Orchids like filtered sunlight, not direct. Set them slightly away from the windowsill, not on it, or cover the window with a sheer curt... (Idaho Statesman)

Apr 7, 2017

Then and Now: Spokane Flower Growers Association

Hamacher purchased Glacier Mountain. Roses and More is the largest flower distributor in the region. Roses and More also has branches in Missoula and Boise. Flower distribution once done by train is now done by one of the largest networks of trucks and couriers in the Northwest. “I have always said we are a trucking company that delivers flowers,” Hamacher told The Spokesman-Review last year. His company, now based in Spokane Valley, distributes everywhere from the Cascade Mountains to the Dakotas and from the Canadian border to Utah. In 2016, he added a large Montana courier fleet. “We go into every single town in Montana,” he said. (The Spokesman-Review)

Mar 9, 2017

Funeral set for Nampa teen who vanished last fall, was later found in creek

Nampa Civic Center, 411 3rd St. S.In lieu of flowers, the family has asked for donations to go to the Idaho Youth Ranch, 5465 West Irving St., Boise ID 83706. Arrangements are under the direction of the Nampa Funeral Home, Yraguen Chapel. Visit for an online guest book.Thompson was born Aug. 23, 1998, in Boise to Tyler and Sunny Thompson, the first of three children, according to the obituary.He “loved everything outdoors; hunting, trapping with his dad, fly tying, and fishing,” his family wrote. He delighted in vacationso to the Oregon coast, “could complete many tricks” on his skateboard and “loved magic and entertained us all,” the obituary said. He also loved music and played the guitar and mandolin, performing at local nursing homes.Thompson worked at Burger King and Office Depot and was a member of First Southern Baptist Church. He attended Victory Charter School, Nampa’s Union High School and graduated from the Idaho Youth Challenge Academy in Pierce in North Idaho. Earlier this month, administrators at Victory lauded his abilities as a student, remembering him as a “smiley, love-to-laugh kind of kid” who excelled in Victory’s school-to-work class.“Sage was happiest surrounded by family and friends, he was quick witted, friendly, kind hearted, funny, optimistic, and generous to a fault,” said the obituary.Nampa police are still investigating the circumstances of Thompson’s disappearance and death, and few details have been publicly released.He ... (Idaho Statesman)

Jan 26, 2017

Michigan State CB target Emmanuel Flowers shares hopes for official visit; Spartans stay active in Atlanta area

He’ll visit UCLA (which also offered in December) on Jan. 27 and has heard from Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah and Wyoming, among others. But is he surprised at all this late interest? Not a chance. “I’ve seen it coming the whole way because I’ve had faith, faith in God,” Flowers said. “He’s been driving me through this whole process, so I already knew blessings were to come.” Flowers wants to take what he learned from Rhare Breed and pay it forward by starting his own training facility once he’s done playing football. So when he goes on his official visits, he wants to get a taste of the business program. At Michigan State, he wants to “see how they run things, how their program’s set up” before he makes his decision. And he wants to get a sense that it can help him reach his ultimate goal. “I want a school that really knows what they’re talking about at my position so I can be transformed so I can play in the NFL,” Flowers said. “That’s my main goal. I’m trying to get to the NFL, so whatever school can take me there — that’s a big decision.” Michigan State will have a good chance at landing Flowers, who plans to announce his decision on or near National Signing Day on Feb. 1. For now, until he gets on campus, Flowers stays in touch with Michigan State linebacker commit Darien Clemons as well as Barnett, who continues to share his pitch. “He’s been telling me that they’re a family, and I know that’s been getting me more interested,” Flowers said of Barnett. “And he’s been telling me that I can go both ways eventually. If I get comfortable playing there as a DB, I can actually play some receiver, too.” New offer extended Just because the Michigan State coaches stayed busy over the weekend hosting official visitors it didn’t keep them from working the phones. On Sunday, 4-star Stockbridge (Ga.) defensive end Brenton Cox announced a Michigan State offer. It added to a list that includes Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Nebraska and Tennessee. Received and offer from Michigan state , Blessed ????. #SpartanPride — Brenton™ (@Brenton_cox) January 15, 2017 Michigan State has been active recruiting in Stockbridge, a southern suburb of Atlanta. The Spartans hosted 3-star cornerback Yusuf Corker, now committed to Kentucky, on an official visit and have pursued 3-star Virginia Tech running back commit Jalen Holston. Both live in Stockbridge. Speaking of 2018 defensive ends, Michigan State got good news regarding 4-star target Dorian Hardy, who included MSU in his top 12. Blessed top 12 as of now ???????? Shoutout to my boy @brandondorf5 for the tough edit?????? — Dorian Hardy (@dtheillest1) January 13, 2017 Hardy included some difficult programs to top, including College Football Pla...


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