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We garden where it’s high and oh so dry…where the deer and the buffalo roam.

These are functional garden benches. I loved sitting on the one in the red flower bed. It was at Chanticleer. The other one was at Stryer's garden center near Valley Forge PA. I would have bought it if I could have...

Kim, aka blackswampgirl, over at A Study in Contrasts, challenged us to come up with a list of things you WOULD NOT find in our gardens. Oh boy, this is a good one. Here goes: Absolutely no 'volcano' water features or ones that look...

Earthly delights csa #17 *tomatoes (they are so fabulous diced and marinated in balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt, pepper, onion/garlic, and a touch of sugar/honey, and served with bread) *tomatillos (this may be the last batch, so enjoy them!) *green beans or summer squash *carrots *sage (see recipe for...

Someone reminded me of this e-mail I sent to my garden club last year and asked me if I would post it. I just re-read it, realized that sometimes I am grateful for hot and dry, and decided to share it with you. ...

But I forgot to write about them. I have been dilly dallying around the countryside - first in Seattle for the U of W/Boise State game on Saturday and now in Walla Walla checking out the gardens, wineries and grounds of Whitman College. Here...

After reading all about HRH The Prince of Wales and his little undertaking at Highgrove, his sanctuary in the Cotswalds, well, I clicked my heels (actually my mouse) and there I was at Amazon snapping up a copy of The Elements of Organic Gardening by...

It's Labor Day weekend. This is a good time to acknowledge all the garden and farm workers who toil in the sun, who are for the most part invisible, but who in large measure tend the plants, harvest the plants, pack the plants (or...