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

Here's the fun part of doing a theme garden: picking out all the giant pots so they can planted up to look positively gorgeous and like you could actually afford to go out and do 40 of them all at once. And working...

I am always appalled/amazed/in wonder at the amount of vegetation that comes OUT of the garden during clean up. I mean, the clippings from the ornamental grasses make huge piles, the rose canes are nasty and can't go in the compost bin. Most...

Visited with my radio guys at the River 94.9 this morning in the 7:45 am drive time slot. Cool news: they are completely revamping their web site and will be linking over to this site. So now, dear listeners and readers, the River...

At our house we call this the honey-do list. You can call it what you want. It's right up there with gaggy lists that pop up every year, but if you need a little reminder, or if you are new to this elusive art...

One of the most rewarding aspects of being a blogger is connecting with other folks with similar interests, more talent, in different parts of the world...

There are lucky girls and then there are LUCKY girls and I am a LUCKY girl. Hope you noticed the new theme/masthead on the website today. Kathy Purdy of Cold Climate Gardening is responsible for all that goodness. It is so much fun...

This is a fascinating article, one in a series called the Spade and the Spoon, that began this week in the New West Online Weekly. Kisha is doing a great job shining the spotlight on our food supply. Please check it out and...

Alrighty then, we have found another keeper, dear Readers. Yup. That would be our new pal Ed who resides in Washington DC, just a hop skip and a jump from the White House and a double jump away from the Puzzle Palace (Pentagon)....