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

No kidding. I have been in a major funk for days. Maybe even months. OK, since the dog passed away on April 29th. I have never missed anyone so much. For a 50 pounder, she sure packed a lot of...

I have to thank Lady Loretta of PomagranatesandPaper for this, go to >www.gotfruitcake.com. Just click on the words to the left and you can make your own masterpiece. Yummers. And no dirty dishes or disgusted looks. ...

Rosemary for remembrance. It works. When I went out to harvest some today, shaking the snow off the sturdy bush, whiffing the stringent, delishus fragrance as I walked back into the kitchen, I was reminded. Reminded THATwas the very reason we garden...

Since I am not stuck in Denver, just cheerfully stuck in the kitchen, I say, let it snow! We have over two inches of the white stuff and it looks like Christmas. Boise's track record is just one in four for a white Christmas,...

This quote is on the Kitchen Garden International website and I love it: "The industrial eater is, in fact, one who does not know that eating is an agricultural act, who no longer knows or imagines the connections between eating and the land, and...

I am not completely sure how I got to this site, but it is fascinating installation garden(?) or art. Some of you will think the question mark goes next to the word art. To each his own. I love the story that...

I love Henriette's Herbal Blog. The woman is an absolute stitch: welcome to the bark side. Heeheehee. You will especially love the story about the naming of the beloved strawberry. Today is the day I get my butt in gear...

For the gardener who has everything and still some space on their bookshelf, here is the big ticket Christmas item: Emily Dickinson's Herbarium (albeit a digital copy from the one stored at Harvard). From the looks of it, it would be total indulgence, perfect...