The map below shows the locations of geothermal greenhouses in the state.
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The list below provides general information about the greenhouse operations in Idaho that use geothermal water as a heat source for raising plants, a practice that has proven to be successful in the state. The variety of vegetables and plants grown shows that business creativity combined with geothermal resources and the right market conditions can be a profitable venture.
|Edwards Greenhouses||Boise||Ada||Flowers, Vegetables||Wholesale/ Retail|
|Flora Company||Boise||Ada||Flowers, bedding plants||Wholesale/ Retail|
|Wards Greenhouses||Garden Valley||Boise||Flowers, bedding plants||Wholesale|
|Warm Springs Greenhouses||Crouch||Boise||Flowers||Wholesale|
|Green Canyon Hot Springs||Newdale||Fremont||Vegetables||Retail|
|Express Farms||Givens Hot Springs||Owyhee||Vegetables, bedding plants||Wholesale|
|Mountain States Plants||Hagerman/ Buhl||Twin Falls||Flowers, bedding plants||Wholesale|
|Canyon Bloomers||Buhl||Twin Falls||Flower, vegetables||Wholesale|
|College of Southern Idaho||Twin Falls||Twin Falls||Flowers, other decorative plants||Flowers are used for academic studies and to beautify the campus|
The Geo-Heat Center at the Oregon Institute of Technology offers helpful publications on geothermal greenhouse operations.