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

OK, now we are going to try to let you see the catastrophe next door: So, there you have it. Remember now, it is illuminated at night. So I can see it from my dining room, my living room, my bedroom - not to...

OK, you're gonna have to consider this a post for Friday AND Saturday.  November 3 & 4.  I couldn't access my e-mail or the internet from McCall.  Just got home.   Will have to find the camera and send you all some photos of the tamarack...

One of my favorite garden writers is Anne Raver, of the New York Times. A week ago she did a great column about her elderly mother, 93 years old, stridently independent and fiesty.Titled "A Good Year for Beets and Self Reliance," I felt like...

Maybe someone else noticed, I didn't until about 5 minutes ago. October 25, 2005 was the first entry in the Idaho Gardener blog. It was on October 25th, of 2006, I promised to write once a day for the next year. Looks like it...

Or eggplant by another name. Delish. I met another wildly enthusiastic gardener last weekend. (Oh yeah, like there is any other kind). Heather moved here from Scottsdale Arizona about a year and a half ago and has proceeded to re-invent and re-work a one and...

Try as I might, I can't get the photo uploaded so you, too, can gaze in disbelief at the thing that was carved next door.  My smart alleck friend B suggested they would no doubt want to light it up at night and sure 'nuff. ...

Baby, it's gettin cold outside. Today was another eye candy day in the great state of Idaho.  The place I call home. Clear blue skies, a kaleidescope of leaves, crisp air and homemade soup. I bravely put out  another couple of loads of clothes on the clothes...

Something very strange is going on with the blog site.  When you try to access it via a browser, you get a very odd index page.  By clicking on the first line of the index, you can get to the site, but still, what gives?...