FURNITURE TIPS: Fall Furniture Care

You all know that cedar is a weather-resistant wood and that the substance really requires no sealant to keep it from being damaged. However, to what extent can you expect your cedar patio furniture to remain in good order? There are a few tricks that can keep your...
What is Cedar?

What is Cedar?

What is commonly referred to as aromatic red cedar is actually a species of juniper, which tends to grow throughout most of North America north of the Mexican border and east of California. It is a fine grain wood that is very light, durable and fragrant. While it has...

GROW YOUR OWN FOOD WITH CONTAINER GARDENING

A container garden is not so different from a regular garden – it’s just above ground. If you want to grow your own food and your space is limited, container gardening might be the perfect way to go because it gives you more control and a lot can be grown in a small...

TOP 5 FLOWER PLANTING TIPS

  Planting a flower garden in planters certainly makes your yard more beautiful, but it can also be an enjoyable way to pass a warm afternoon. If you’re considering starting a flower garden, there are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind. Read on to learn the...

Come see us!

To start the season off, Wood Country would like to invite you to a couple of shows we are doing in the month of February!   Our first is Southern Idaho’s Home and Garden Show, held at the Expo Center in Twin Falls, Idaho on February 14-16, 2014. Nothing like a...

Wood Types for Adirondack Chairs

A variety of types of wood can be used to make the classic Adirondack chair. Each type reflects the quality and longevity of the chair. At Wood Country, we make sure to use the highest quality Western Red Cedar to maximize longevity and beauty.   Pine: Pine is...

Harvesting Zucchini

I planted one of my Raised Vegetable Garden Bins with Zucchini this year and have been enjoying my harvest for about 3 weeks now. The plant loves the climate of the bin and has been producing an abundant crop. It grows over the side of bin so that the zucchini is easy...