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Southern Idaho Landscape Center..

is a 20 acre, state-of-the-art garden center that includes a 24,000 square-foot main showroom and 12,000 square-foot production greenhouse. Opened in 2010, it is the largest garden center in Southern Idaho and is a Home and Garden Showplace member – a division of the True Value Company.


At Southern Idaho Landscape Center, you’ll find ideas and inspirations to brighten your indoors and outdoors from our extensive selection of plants and landscape material to our home decor and garden accessories, including a large selection of statuary and fountains.


We have the largest selection of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and many other plants in the Magic Valley.

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Bulk Materials

Have a large project? We have a wide variety of rock, mulches, and soil conditioners sold by the yard.

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Statuary & Fountains

Our wide array of statuary and fountains has a little something for everyone.

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Gardening Supplies

We have the tools and supplies you'll need to get any job or project done.

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Succulents & Houseplants

Our large selection of succulents and houseplants can bring a little  life and  color to any home or office.

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Contact Us:

21150 US-30 Filer, ID 83328



Mon-Fri: 8 am - 5:30 pm

Sat: 9 am - 5:00 pm

Sun: 10 am - 5:00 pm


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Do you have a dry spot in your garden where it's a little tough to get some color? Ice Plant may come in handy! This drought tolerant succulent gets its name from the shimmering specks on it's leaves. ... See MoreSee Less

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Beat the heat and grow something indoors! #SILC has a huge selection of houseplants to stay cool and stay gardening! ... See MoreSee Less

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Whats in a name? When talking plants, the scientific name can be quite helpful. Rose of Sharon goes by the botanical name Hibiscus syriacus. It's a Hibiscus but one that tolerates our cold winters! So whatever you may call these plants, come by and chem 'em out, they're in bloom now! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Catalpas are in bloom! These hardy trees were once very common in neighborhoods and homesteads across the west. Their large leaves cast cooling shade, their white and purple blooms attract beneficial pollinators and they even add nitrogen to the soil! Their seed pods are reminiscent of "cigars", so some litter is to be expected. ... See MoreSee Less

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Have you walked past a super sweet smelling tree lately? Chances are its a Linden! These amazing shade trees are highly adaptable, cast great shade and smell amazing! ... See MoreSee Less

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