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

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...

My afternoon was spent sleuthing and rabble-rousing. I've gotten some phone calls about the "inappropriate" plant selections on the grounds of the newly renovated State Capitol. They are correct. But get this, of all the personal affronts to the citizens of Idaho, there is not...

And what to my wondering eye should appear? Party, headspin, tailspin, woot woot! Toda I saw the little green blades of crocus and some little dark tulip nubbins making their way into this cold gray world. Bring it on! Did some work for Boise Flower...

Before I got out of bed this morning I re-read most of the latest issue of Organic Gardening magazine. I checked in w/several other garden writers, bouncing ideas around for future articles. Did some research and ordered a couple back up books. Went through the library...

Well, not a lot of gardening going on outside. So to fight away the gray days, like this: I have to pump up the color inside with this: Gorgeous I-should-have-bought-so-many-more-of-this: BLACK PEARL and I do love this, although it was gone in a New York minute: Thanks to all...

Spent a delish lunch hour working out some PR ideas for the Idaho Botanical Garden's annual Garden Tour. Canvassed friends and family and others for their 2010 garden plans. The operative word here: MORE. Submitted article for February 2010 Cluck (online newsletter). And to think it is...