excited to Announce.....

We are part of the
Northwest Nursery Buyers Association

Largest Wholesale Selection in Idaho Since 1952

Moss Greenhouses is an innovative and progressive bedding plant producer and wholesale distributor located in Jerome, Idaho. We have been family owned by the Moss Family for over 70 years. Our product is marketed throughout the Intermountain West Region including Idaho, Utah, Eastern Oregon, Colorado, Montana, Nevada and Wyoming. It is the largest facility of its kind in Idaho.

Our business is dedicated to selecting and growing premium plants for our region. Our greenhouses in Jerome and Buhl operate with the latest in modern automated technology. In addition to supplying our sought after plants to the wholesale market, we maintain an onsite retail store and custom planting center.

The Best Retail Store in the region

Open March – July, we are more than a store. Not only do we offer the best selection in plants, we offer a community for:

  • Custom Container Plantings
  • Classes & Seminars
  • Ladies Night Out
  • Easter Container Planting for Children
  • Educational Student Facility Tours
  • Contact our Store Manager for more info 208-324-1000 ext. 1

Making Idaho and Beyond a Little Greener

Currently we operate with over 400,000 square feet of controlled environment greenhouse growing space with outside perennial areas as well. We produce annuals, perennials, and vegetables for the Intermountain West specializing in what grows best in our tricky climate. We ship in over a 600-mile radius to 7 different states to over 350 different locations serving Independent garden centers, landscapers, hardware, farm and grocery stores. Our Retail store is open from March to July serving local gardeners in the Magic Valley.

Melissa Pease


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Melissa Pease


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