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

[caption id="attachment_12003" align="aligncenter" width="400"] So much depends by William Carlos Williams[/caption]...

To go with those luscious lilies, I have a passel of dahlias to "pre-start," today. Several years ago, my great horticulture coach, John Dodson, taught me how to jump start my dahlias. They are all about warm weather, so you need to give them a...

A few years back, during a Garden Bloggers' Fling adventure in Buffalo (Garden City USA by anyone's count), I fell head over heels for the gorgeous lily, Scheherezade. An "Orientpet," its the best of two different types of lilies, the lovely Asiatics and the beloved...

With the best characteristics of Idahoans and folks from the Intermountain West, Raw Materials placemats, napkins, aprons and giftbags are straightforward, hardworking, and no nonsense. Check them out here: http://www.rawmaterialsdesign.com/our-roots.html. They'll have a booth at Farm Chicks, in Spokane, June 1 and 2....

Here's a piece I wrote on Cougar Annie. Check it out. http://issuu.com/leafmag/docs/leaf_magazine_spring_2013/49   [caption id="attachment_11969" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Aerial view of Annie's Garden[/caption] What's left standing....

  The work of an 11 year old girl. This is but one vignette from her amazing fairy garden entry at last year's Boise Flower and Garden Show. We were so dazzled by it, the 2013 show will feature a miniature garden contest. Welcome one and...