this user does not exist

Join me . . .

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

I rue the day I decided to go with my husband's notion that asters were a pain in the ass. He has such a strong dislike of them -icky sticky gross - and I was so tired of whacking them back two or three times...

2012 will be the year of the frit at my house. My bulb orders are lined up, heavy on the giant fritillaria maximus and the checkered snake lily, meleagris. Oh yes, going to try the tall persica, again. Two of the bulbs featured are NOT...

Check this out: it's an excellent workshop on fruit growing. University of Idaho, College of Agricultural and Life Science, Parma Research and Extension Center Pomology Program Annual Fruit Field Day The University of Idaho Annual Fruit Field Day will be held on Tuesday, September 20, 2011 8:30 am...

It was two weeks ago tomorrow the fabulous premier issue of Leaf Magazine hit the wired desktops of garden lovers/design lovers everywhere. Yours truly (and humbly) is proud to be a part of this launch, having contributed to this issue. Here's to a gorgeous magazine and...

Quite possibly one of the most ingenious raised bed ideas I've EVER seen! For a Zone 5 garden, these mammoth truck tires are brilliant. They absorb heat and bring the soil temp up early in the season, they hold moisture (critical when Indy hasn't had...

Cha cha cha! Enter your salsa sample by 11 am next Saturday! Judging is at 1 pm sharp. Tamales. Pinatas. Prizes. OLE~! [caption id="attachment_11361" align="aligncenter" width="400" caption="courtesty wiki commons"][/caption] Two contests, actually: Homemade salsa. You can win in the Judges' Favorite, Hottest, or Fan Fave. Two age...