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

Dear Friends and Gardeners, Especially for my good garden friends, Carol of May Dreams Gardens and Dee of Red Dirt Ramblings, I wish you a Happy First Day of March. Finally. Good bye February. Just in the nick of time, we had a lovely 60 degree...

Greenhouse Workshop & Tour presented by the Banbury Institute and Idaho's Bounty EcologyPears Saturday March 6th & Sunday March 7th With Dale Bates of Living Architecture & James Reed of Onsen Farm: Winter Gardens Workshop: Saturday March 6th - 9:30am to 5:00pm Dale and James will facilitate this two day...

Last night, Gardens of the Wild Wild West's Undergardener, Flyboy, had an epiphany. It is so remarkable I am sharing it with you whilst he runs out to file a trademark and copyright on it. Here it is: I need to give you what you...

I could have fudged and set those posts to fire off every day, but no. I knew you'd be on to me. So trust me when I tell you I've had something to do with serious gardening/ecology/natural systems and water resources for the last several...

Making my way to Albuequerque for the Xeriscape conference. Will catch up w/some of my Garden Writer colleagues in crime: Scott Calhoun of Zona Gardens/Tuscon, girlfriend Nan Sterman from Encinitas, CA, and Saxon Holt, our photographer bud of Novato, CA. We'll be here if you...

What did I do today that had to do w/gardening? Ohhhhhhh, let me count the ways. Preparing some p/r stuff for a client's new website. Stomped through the mud, slid through the mud, to measure and lay out a client's new vegetable garden of raised beds. Worked on...

I spent the better part of 2 hours hiking a horse pasture in downtown Boise, helping a friend determine the best place on the lot for a lovely new chicken house and run. Lots of arm waving and planning for the ponies and chickens and...

Had a note this morning from a Scott Varner of Xeriscape New Mexico He shared this brief article by Peter Gleick, one of our keynote speakers at this week's Xeriscape Conference in New Mexico. As someone once said, blogs are derivative. Occasionally that may be...