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

With a winter storm advisory in effect and an inch of snow on the ground, it doesn't seem to be the best day to talk about gardening, but I have been at it all morning so might as well do a post about it this...

When I first booked the room at the Seattle Sheraton, about 8 weeks ago, the going best rate available was $199 per night.  Ouch!  Hard to imagine paying two hundred smackers for a place to lay your head.  I did see a rate of $179...

Tired, tired, tired. And waiting for spring. On again off again weather. Snow flurries one minute, 57 degrees and sunny the next. The Idaho Landscape and Nursery Expo was great. Julie Moir Messervy was even greater - a totally approachable and delightful...

A short while ago I was outside, scuffing around, sweeping the patio, etc. and guess what? All the pots of sedum 'Matrona' that have been hanging out, waiting patiently to be planted (since last fall), have gorgeous little new green rosettes around their...

Access the registration form right here: Symposium registration form Great news for winter weary gardeners! Lots of learning to be had in the next few weeks. The Green Thumb Gardening School is already sold out. One hundred and eighty people will be attending...

Several things to keep you entertained until the ground thaws and the buds swell. The Idaho Landscape and Nursery Association holds its 2006 Horticulture Expo at the Center on the Grove (I refuse to spell it C-E-N-T-R-E). You can register online at www.inlagrow.org."...

OK, so there's not a lot of gardening to be done today. It is pouring rain here and snowing like crazy in McCall. We were headed up there for New Year's but the road report was kind of nasty so we decided to stay...