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

Gardening 365 - Day 188, and we are outta Stites! (Old Idaho saying, Stites, population, 135, near Kamiah and Kooskia). Yes, friends and neighbors, we lollygagged and strolled the streets of Buffalo, especially the historic Allentown area and Pearl Street. The resident gardeners are so incredibly...

Spent Wednesday the 7th winging my way across the northern tier of the US on my way to Buffalo NY. This is the third annual Garden Bloggers' Fling, where we gather to yakkity yak, exchange stories, fuss over new technical issues, and of all things,...

My pal Pat Baker, the energizer bunny of the gardening world of Boise, is behind a lot of the planning at the new Stonebridge Gardens. For July: The butterflies and hummingbirds are visiting our beautiful tropical themed gardens. We invite you to join them! ...

Greetings one and all! Especially to Dee and Carol, my partners in crime/grime. I've been cheerfully snacking away on my Fall Gold raspberries, admiring the redness of the Crimson Rhubarb, plucking the occasional spring onion from the forlorn salad bar, and reading about OPG's. Other People's...

[caption id="attachment_10232" align="aligncenter" width="375" caption="Ultra Violet Sage"][/caption] I've got this little darling (three of them actually) chugging along in the garden, hot and dry, and still waiting to see what it looks like. I had one single blossom last year. Hurry up!...

We are halfway there friends and neighbors. It's that time of the year in the gardening season where I stand here, shaking my head, wondering what the hell was I thinking? Hi, I am Mary Ann and I have a problem with buying plants and not...

One of my favorite plantings in the garden at Ranch du Bois consists of three apples, each espalier with 6 different apple varieties. It takes a little work to stay on top of the pruning but I don't mind. I find whacking away at...

If I am remiss in my postings, sorry. I am in the midst of putting together (editing and writing) the 384 page Rocky Mountain Gardener's Guide. It's to be published and on store shelves in January 2011. So, I am poring over plant profiles...