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

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...

Yes, I made another foray to a greenhouse today. Expect more of this behavior. I was not alone. Many were prowling the aisles, fondling the greenery, noses in the tulips, grins on their faces. [caption id="attachment_9505" align="aligncenter" width="475" caption="Go ahead and make my teeth hurt with...

It should come as no surprise I am now stalking all manner of spring blooms. Yesterday, you can see from my post I had to lay on the cold ground to admire and photograph the up and coming hellebores. Today, I went to see what...

Still looking for something to share w/the Garden Blogger's Bloom Day post. Ha, this is it. Half baked hellebores. As my daddy used to say, "that's all she wrote!"...

You would think, I mean really, since it is gray and stormy and snow is coming down the mountain, that all would be quiet in my little gardening world. Ha. Hahahaha. I have been so busy I barely dragged myself from my desk chair and...

Spent the better, and I mean BETTER part of the day working on my do-gooder stuff w/the Lunaria League and the 2010 Garden Tour. The Tour is happening on Sunday, June 13th, 10-5 am Rain or Shine and tickets are just $15. Come one...