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

[caption id="attachment_11141" align="alignleft" width="226" caption="Mine all mine"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_11142" align="alignleft" width="379" caption="Favorite four letter word: M.I.N.E."][/caption] Thanks to Dana for bringing them into the nursery. An atta girl for Dana and a round of applause for Independent Garden Centers. Thank you....

Shari Davis and I taught a class at FarWest Garden Center last night. The theme, Herbal Cocktail Hour! We had a grand time, a wonderful audience, and delicious food and drink. For those of you who wanted to come but couldn't, here are the...

If you are in the neighborhood, please stop by and say hello! Living in the Garden Nursery is 2 miles north of Pullman. Directions: here. Garden Writers in the Garden At Living in the Garden Nursery, just outside Moscow, ID Saturday, June 4, 2011 1:00 – 3:00 pm Three very...

The fourth in our series of great alternative plants or "Instead of that ol' thing, plant this!' Move over acer ginnala. Aptly named acer tartaricum ‘Hot Wings’(GarAnn), has been described as Christmas in July. Discovered as a seedling in the growing fields of a...

Zone 4 Magazine came to Boise in March. We had a grand time w/the owners/editors, Andra and Dan Spurr. We even wrapped up our weekend at the Garden Show with a celebratory cocktail and a nice dinner. Yes, we did. A few days later, I was...

Third in my series of better plant choices, or "innstead of that, plant THIS!" Instead of the ubiquitous burning bush, Euonymus alata, plant Viburnum carlesii, a multi-faceted workhorse for the garden. From the minute the flower buds appear, to the moment the last berry is...

Third in my series of better plant choices, or "innstead of that, plant THIS!" Instead of the ubiquitous burning bush, Euonymus alata, plant Viburnum carlesii, a multi-faceted workhorse for the garden. From the minute the flower buds appear, to the moment the last berry is...