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

Today, in Buffalo NY, fifty THOUSAND people with tour 350 gardens, large and small, designed and not designed, all loved and tended. There are no tickets. It may be THE most successful and well attended garden tour in America. Show me your stuff if you've...

Thanks to Elizabeth Licata of Gardening While Intoxicated and Garden Rant, oh, and Buffa10, for insisting I plant Flora Plena lilies in my garden. I love them so much, I am thinking of dedicating an entire chunk of my garden to them. They really do...

I have raspberries (lots of luscious red and gold) and I have sour cream. Always have brown sugar. And then I found this over at Smitten Kitchen, a blog I read on a regular do-or-die and die happy basis. Check it out. And if you didn't...

This may be one of the most intriguing cookbooks I've come across in a while. The artwork on the cover and interior pages is ultra simple, clean and whimsical. Like the food. The photos are positively luscious, and I've made a couple of the salads....

Sorry Dee and Carol, I am late AGAIN. The dog ate my homework. Just kidding. I am busy finishing up the Rocky Mountain Gardeners Guide project. It is due in a few days. I've become intimately familiar with 304 plants of the Rockies and that hasn't...

aaaaack.! I missed a day in here somewhere. Trust me friends, I am doing something MAJOR as it relates to gardening. Oh yesirreeeeeeeeeee bob. How about 300 +/- plant profiles all researched and spiffed up for the Resource Guide? Hmmmmm? Wanna help?...

My trusty sidekick. Jeff. Up to his old tricks. [caption id="attachment_10309" align="aligncenter" width="308" caption="It\'s not enough to inspect the landscape art, NO. We have to climb on it."][/caption] Gardening continues, 365 - Day 198...

Your gardener detached herself from the desk long enough to run up to Ketchum/Sun Valley to take in the garden tour and other sights. The Sun Valley Center for the Arts has this marvelous installation in Ketchum. Created by Patrick Dougherty, I call it Hobbit...