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

OK, so I am linking back again to another blog/article/newspaper. I am JUST TRYING MY BEST TO KEEP YOU ON TOP OF EVERY LITTLE THING IN THE GARDENING WORLD. Somewhere on this site it says I am a clearinghouse for gardening information. ...

List of what's blooming today: the electric yellow black-eyed susans are all tarted up, the agastache Ava is about 5 and a half feet tall, the buddleia alternifolia is cranking, the big red hardy hibiscus is looking all tropicallismo, the rosa chinensis mutabilis is...

When I was up in Sun Valley last month for the garden tour, we chanced on a guest visitor in the 'hood. Tall, dark and handsome, quite lanky, just getting all gussied up in velvet...

For those of us not going to big garden shows this year, say, Chelsea, Hampton Court or Tatton Park, here is a link to get your groove on...

Alright, every day might be a bit much for some of us, but this recipe rocks. And before you get started, here are some of my little asides on the matter: if you don't have the meat, or don't eat meat, forget about it. ...

OK, I managed to stay in all day save for a quickie trip to the clothes line. Work work work. And while sitting at the desk, butt planted firmly in the chair except for the occasional foray to the refrigerator, I managed to...

Oh MAN, what a guy! So, I am in the kitchen, cooking up a storm this morning. It's my way to avoid cooking when it's 105 in the shade later today. Husband is bustling about the garden, pruning, cleaning up, tidying somedays it is delish...