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

Wow! Look what I found! Talk about a blast from the past:my garden journal from 1982. My seed selection/sources were pretty basic. My good pal and neighbor Shorty was my inspiration, coach and "go-to" man. He was a native son of southern Maryland who knew...

It's cold, deary, wet, and drippy and I want either of these. Correction. I need both. or this: Photos courtesy of the Netherlands Flower Bulb Information Center. ...

Female Farmers of America There is hope for us. When I saw the lineup for this panel on Urban Farming, I stood up and started clapping. I applaud these people. I applaud these women. Talented, so hardworking, conscientious, dedicated, strong, visionary, funny and beautiful. My heart...

For about 3 minutes today, when the thermometer on the patio was reading 51 degrees, I thought about planting some of these. Then I went outside. Ground still frozen. Salad bar still frozen. It will just have to wait. Until after this snowstorm. ...

So far so good. Got through the week. Hanging w/a couple hundred gardening/plant/hort geeks is a hoot. I learned some cool new stuff. Met some wonderful new people. Its a good way to spend a couple dreary days in January. Today, it is snowing but...

If you find your socks don't match, stand here: From Anthropologie, their Vernal Cusp rug. Delish. In a room papered with this? ...

Day 2 of the Idaho Nursery and Landscape trade association meeting/horticulture seminars and trade show. Sat in on a couple of fun presentations today: Stephanie Cohen on designing gardens using native plants. Then, the prettiest Female Future Farmers of America, an all girl band of...

Started the day off right with a big ol' cup of coffee and 200 of my closest friends at the Idaho Nursery and Landscape Annual Symposium. First seminar: Pat of Plants Select in Colorado rolling out the newest of the new best plants for our...