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

Here's the post from November, where I laid out great plans and kick butt combos: What happened to the Portofinos (white w/red streak).? Where did these yellow things come from? And since I'm asking the questions, where the Sam Hill are the fritallarias? Camas are up...

Dear Dee and Carol, or Red Dirt Rambler and May Dreams Gardens, At last. Something to report (of substance) in my veg garden. Heeheehee. The baby bok choi is up and edible. Woot! Tonite, sauteed baby bok and arugula, maybe w/a little salty smoky bacon...

I was supposed to be at my desk working. But no, I had to do anything but. Some of my friends call it "circling", others call it what it is: procrastinating. And boy howdy, am I good at it. So, instead of putting words in...

Nan Ondra and pals from Gardening Gone Wild have a new project at hand, as part of the Garden Bloggers' Design Workshop: Garden Benches. I've been collecting pictures of garden benches/seating for years. I've yet to find or create the perfect one for my garden...

They've got a Q and A going on over at Garden Rant, those Ranties and wild womens and were brave enough to ask us to submit photos of our ailing plants. Here's one for ya: my Otto laurels, all chewed to crap by the damn vine...

Bet that got your attention. I ate my salad right in the sink. No dressing, no nuttin. You may recall, I get positively giddy when I am able to pluck the living baby bok choi (tat soi) from the salad bar, run in the house,...