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

Yes, here we are a week later in the gardening season. No big changes are taking place in my garden right now, its a slow-and-steady progress. We have had a couple more really unusual heavy downpours and hail storms, but other than knocking over the...

Dear Carol and Dee, Mmmm, good, mmm, good. That’s the report on raspberries from Ranch du Bois this week. So far I have had 7 reds (Heritage) and 7 golds (Fall Gold). Why the Fall Golds are ripening in June is beyond my horticultural knowledge,...

Here's a great idea: fresh organic vegetables delivered to your door. I found this local company through Local Harvest, a consortium/website of all things locally grown. If you don't have the space for a vegetable garden, are unable to tend a garden, hate to ...

To all my fellow Idaho gardeners/garden bloggers, I hope you are doing the Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day. Its not too late to run out side, snap some picks and link over to May Dreams Gardens. Come on! Here's my offering for June:[caption id="attachment_8525" align="aligncenter" width="268" caption="Hardy...

Dear Carol and Dee, my gardening friends, Good Grief! Egads! For crying out loud! What is WITH this rain? This is going to go down as one of the wettest Junes on record for Boise, Idaho. It has rained every day, and not just a little...

Reader, let me be the first to apologize for leaving you turning in the wind, without ballast, these last few weeks. I know, I KNOW! It's prime gardening season and I have been MIA. Sorry. So sorry. We all get busy busy this time of...

On Sunday, June 14th, between 10 and 5, you can see seven great examples of gardening in the Boise area. All the gardens are on the "Bench" and can be seen in one afternoon. The event costs $15 and will happen rain or shine. Here's...