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

Actually, one of my favorite 4th's wasn't the Fourth at all, but the third, July 3rd, 1990, Idaho's Centennial Celebration. We all gathered in the stadium, were all handed red plastic candle torches, and on que, lit them, to "Here We Have Idaho," and...

Sunday, June 25th, 10-5, Rain or shine come one and come all to the annual garden tour. Hosted by the Lunaria League (or my beloved Lunies as I call them) to benefit the Idaho Botanical Garden.  This year's tour has 7 terrific gardens.  The Johans...

Next time you are struggling with your garden, think about Defiant Gardens...

So today I am perusing my marked and highlighted copy of Influential Gardeners: The designers who shaped 20th century garden style, and came across this quote from Vita Sackville-West of Sissinghurst fame: "Fortunate gardener, who may preoccupy himself solely with beauty...

Loretta's list Friday was made for the Diva of Dirt, Greenwoman Designs, Idahogardener.com: List Ten Flowers or plants that make you smile. Ten? Just Ten? Maybe 10x10. Ten? from a girl who skimmed Dirr's Hardy Trees and Shrubs last night from...

Mark those calendars for 1pm, Monday, May 15th to be at the Idaho Botanical Garden. We will be dedicating the new Lewis and Clark Native Plant Garden with music, food, and a ceremony by the family descendants of Shoshone-Agadaika Chief Cameawait and his sister Sacajawea. Last...