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

Of course I awoke at 2 am and realized I'd forgotten to set this to post on the 11th, eeeeeexxxcuuuuuse me. So, what did I do on Day 11 of 365? I partied down at a favorite nursery in Boise, fondled the Botanical Interest's seed...

Nice and sunny and somewhat warm outside. Maybe 50 in the sun on the patio. Used that as an excuse to soak up some sun, make some Vitamin D - doing what I can to ward off rickety-ness (no, not rickets, you silly). Planted the...

If I get into the double digit days I might be able to keep this up. In light of the new panic "Vegetable seed shortage a possibility in 2010, " I promptly bought into the buzz and ordered some seeds: miniature bok choy, sword lettuce,...

Here is a very VERY cool chart of seasonal food availability. I saw it mentioned on Twitter and clickety clicked on over to the Guardian, UK, so give them all the credit, OK? ...

Signed myself up for Garden Bloggers Fling in Buffalo NY. Made my hotel reservation for Buffalo NY. Changing my plane reservations to make it in time for dinner w/Davey and all in Seattle during the Northwest Flower and Garden Show. Waiting for Spring. ...

Working on presentation that is wayyyyyyy far away in August. Or so it seems on a cold January day in Boise. Can't tell you what right now, but stay tuned. Submitted a query for three magazine articles. They all have to do with gardens of the...

MUST. FIND. HOME. FOR. DICHELOSTEMMA BULBS --- which have been languishing on the counter for two months. And today, write my garden column for Mary Jane's Farm Girls' Newsletter....

Things accomplished before 9 am today: A quick review of Allergy-Free Gardening by Tom L. Ogren. Goal: to utilize more allergy-free plants in garden landscapes and to educate others re: Ogren's 1-10 scale of allergy inducing plants. Had a quickie look-see at the new White Flower Farm...