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Horticulture Expo – INLA Board Rocks Orange Camo

The Idaho Horticulture Expo was held January 16 – 18th at the Boise Centre on the Grove. Presented by the INLA (Idaho Nursery and Landscape Association), the event included over a hundred exhibitors showcasing new plants, industry trends, and the latest technology. The theme was “On Target” and featured speakers from around the world. Our…

Our Season Never Stops

This time of year we often hear the comment, “you guys probably don’t have much to do right now”. You may find it surprising, but our team works year-round to service our clients, increase efficiencies, and improve processes. If it’s snowing, we are on snow watch 24-7. But even without snow, we are busy with…

Congratulations to Hailey – Our New Construction Sales Manager

Please join us in congratulating Hailey Bodle on her promotion to Construction Sales Manager. She is on the INLA Board of Directors and is a Certified Nursery Professional. She is also the leader and chairman for Elmore county 4-H. She has 16 years experience in the landscape industry.

Holiday Lights are Going Up

The holiday season is just around the corner, and our team is busy installing holiday lighting for parties and events! Our holiday lighting package includes design, installation, maintenance, and removal and storage until next season. We offer this service for retail locations, commercial buildings and offices, neighborhood and apartment entrances, clubhouses, pools, leasing offices and…

What’s Going On with this Hackberry Tree?

The small pods on the leaves of this hackberry tree are caused by the hackberry gall psyllid (pronounced sill-ids). Another name is “hackberry nipple gall maker”. Psyllids, also known as plant lice, are tiny insects that feed on sap. Most will feed exclusively on a specific tree or plant. The adult hackberry gall psyllid lays eggs…

Cutting Edge Welcomes Brian Bentler

Brian Bentler has joined Cutting Edge Landscape as a  landscape designer and estimator. He is experienced in AutoCad drafting, 3D modeling, and irrigation design. He holds a master’s degree in landscape architecture from the University of Idaho and is in the process of becoming licensed as a landscape architect.