Last night, Gardens of the Wild Wild West's Undergardener, Flyboy, had an epiphany. It is so remarkable I am sharing it with you whilst he runs out to file a trademark and copyright on it. Here it is: I need to give you what you...

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(file this under stuff kind of related to gardening) I love this store. Love it. Anthropologie. It is so beautifully merchandised, with beautiful merchandise, groovy merchandise, the hip stuff, bitchin music (Be Good Tanyas doing Prince's When the Doves Cry), and displays that leave me with...

As promised, here is a better look at the incredible Tinsley House, on the campus of Montana State U in Bozeman. The home was moved to this site about a decade ago and the gardens were planted with the appropriate heirloom varieties. Its all part...

This is my all time fave outdoor kitchen. We call it the Cabana Kitchen. It is steps away from the Pacific Ocean. Steps. Maybe 25 steps. I have seen the Pacific Ocean wash into this kitchen during one particularly high tide and storm. Yes, I...

For my pal Cindy, in smokin' hot Katy, Texas: girl, you need this to cool yourself down! I am not even gonna lie about it, this recipe is straight from page 69 of Jamie Oliver's Jamie at Home: Cook Your Way to the Good Life. Thank...

I know, I know! How boring is that post title? It is SO NOT me. When I went to Amazon.com in search of the best vegetable garden cookbooks, I could pull up more than 200 and sometimes 600 matches. There's a new one for sale about...

Dear Dee and Carol, [caption id="attachment_8645" align="aligncenter" width="215" caption="Oregon Coast, 2009"][/caption]This is a good picture, a HAPPY picture, not to be confused with the dismal picture that is the garden at Ranch du Bois, week 21. I essentially left my garden to fend for itself for the...