Welcome to Lonepine Nursery

Dear Friends:

Our For Sale sign post alongside the highway in front of our building and property has created a lot of speculation about the future of Lone Pine in recent weeks. We would like to take a moment and dispel any rumors and let you, our valued customers, know that we are open for business, and will continue to offer the services you have come to expect from Lone Pine. The For Sale sign is part of a long term relocation process that will enable us to provide our customers better access and service as the new overpass is constructed on Hwy 20.

Additionally we are working on enhancing our landscaping services. From initial consultation, to final proposal (including realistic CAD design renderings) to the actual installation, Lone Pine’s one stop solution offers an enhanced experience with faster turn-around.

We hope you will help us in spreading the good news and continue to use us for all of your landscaping and outdoor needs. We look forward to a great season serving you, our loyal customers, and thank you for your business. Thank you!

We are now open!  You can call our store at 208-356-6966 or email us at Justin@lonepinenursery.com with any questions you have about trees or landscape.

Early Spring hours starting in March: Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm


Lone Pine Nursery is south east Idaho and western Wyoming’s premier nursery and garden center. We have the best service, selection, quality, and pricing. With over 100 acres of trees, shrubs, greenhouses, bark, rock, boulders and beautiful retail center and showplace gardens we are confident you will not be disappointed. At Lone Pine we take pride in our excellent customer service and expert staff. We would like to invite you in to our nursery today to realize that it is not only an amazing one stop garden shop but also a destination you won’t soon forget.



Gardner’s Corner

It is time to start pruning fruit trees and clipping down any dead plants that didn’t get cleaned up last fall. As temperatures begin to rise start amending your garden soil with mulch. Prepare to fertilize lawns as soon as you start seeing green poking through, a good lawn mowing, thatching, and aerating are also a good idea as things warm up and the ground thaws. You can also start certain plants inside soon, tomatoes are always a good bet along with herbs and melons if you want to give those a try.