Welcome to Sawtooth Botanical Garden
COVID-19 health and safety guidelines are in place:
- Please stay home if you are ill or have been with someone who is ill
- We follow guidelines set forth our jurisdictional authority: Blaine County ordinance
- As of 9/15/21 we are following Blaine County’s Public Health Order: masks are now required inside the Visitor Center and Greenhouse.
- THANK YOU for getting vaccinated (and boosted)!!!
With much gratitude, the Sawtooth Botanical Garden presents its Annual Corporate Sponsors for 2021…
Mountain High Landscapes… “We draw inspiration for our work from the beautiful place in which we live.”
Webb Landscape… “Grow your dream garden!”
East Fork Landscape Management… “Reduce your environmental impact… hire East Fork to mow with a robot!”
ArborCare Resources… “ISA Certified Arborists providing quality tree and shrub care in Idaho.”
Jolley Irrigation… “Your Sprinkler Company… Jolley Irrigation is a water management/sprinkler company that cares about nature’s most valuable resource… water.”
The Sawtooth Botanical Garden Visitor Center is OPEN Monday through Saturday 9-5 and Sundays noon-5 for our summer hours schedule through September 20.
After September 20, the Visitor Center is open M-F 10-4 and closed on the weekends until Memorial Day weekend in May. Staff may be available in the Visitor Center outside of these hours. Operational hours during the winter months MAY be variable depending on snow removal efforts. Please call before you visit to ensure that we are open for you!
The Garden is open to the public daily from dawn until dusk, though please leave the gate as you find it (open or closed). The gate is latched (not locked!) outside of operating hours to keep opportunistic ungulates out.
The Sawtooth Botanical Garden is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit supported fully by contributions from generous Garden members, benefactors, and foundations, as well as through grants, admission fees, gifts in-kind, and educational programming fees. SBG does not receive monetary support from any government entity. Admission is $5 for an individual and $10 for a couple or family from May 1 through October 31. Admission fees may be paid inside the Visitor Center or outside at the kiosk “donation” box. Honor system! Visit here to learn more.
We offer many ways to support the region’s public botanical garden. We welcome individual and foundation gifts as well as in-kind donations. Contact executive director Jen Smith if you would like to contribute individually, sponsor the Garden through our various sponsorship decks (sponsorship decks provide funding for our regular events as well as advertising for your business), or whether you are interested in discussing an estate gift that will provide enduring support for our Dayle Fowler Legacy Endowment Fund.
We continue to be forever grateful for the support our benefactors give us.