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

Grocery Gardening makes its debut at the Boise Co-op. Food prepared by Liz. Teresa (in the lime green top) is one of the four authors of Grocery Gardening - the four met on Twitter. Collaboration and crowd-sourcing ensued, and Grocery Gardening combines how and when...

When the going gets tough, the tough hang together. Jones for spring, I knew just where to find it, at Jeffie's. The man has style, taste and talent but don't tell him I said that. Oh, and the new puppy, Oliver is bound and determined...

When it was failing to warm up on cue, and to my liking, to my gardener's fondest desire, I went greenhouse shopping. I bought one more Crimson Cherry rhubarb for making our rhubarbtinis. Plus, two bags of organic composted manure. Not necessarily exciting, but necessary...

Today is a Dear Friends and Gardeners day, much to my chagrin. It has remained cold and windy here, with sideways rain just this morning. My little bit of lettuce is up, still staying close to the ground. I have not even been plant shopping...

Last week, on our tiptoeing tulip trek, we were greeted with rain and wind. Winds that were blowing the tulips sideways. We stopped in at Christianson's Nursery and Gift Shop, hoping the storm MIGHT blow over and give us a chance to walk the fields...

Do you recall when I planted the tulips and lost the tags, flying blind on what was planted w/what where? Oh yeah. Its ugly. And I wish Princess Irene wasn't built like a linebacker. Gorgeous flower, nasty short stem. Let's Darwinize that, ok? Here's a new...

Yes, I am post posting this. Meaning, I did not get it posted yesterday, cuz I was too damn busy with garden related stuff. So, even though it says, April 9, I am really truly writing this on April 10th and I just busted...