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

Some of you will remember this charming autumnal vignette from Ida's front porch: a celebration of locally grown squash and heirloom pumpkin varieties. If I do say so myself, it was all quite festive-looking. All good things must come to an end: autumn is eighteen...

Well my farmer girl Casey is back from her honeymoon so with her comes the weekly dirt on what our soup CSA is made of and the bread her mom baked for us today. Notice this week, mom, the rock star baker, added some serious...

Ah, yes, here we have the project put forth by none other than the Supreme Queen of Hoes, digger of May Dreams Gardens, the indefatigable Carol of Indianapolis. What, she asks, is blooming in your garden on the 15th of each month??? What indeedy! Here's...

Rethinking Idaho landscapes is the name of the Horticulture Symposium next Saturday, November 15th, at the Center on the Grove. The program starts at 9am and there are still some seats available. I have had the good fortune to attend all but one...

Fiskars® Encourages Community Gardening 2008 Project Orange ThumbSM Program Inspires Creative Expression Sauk City, Wis. & Port Melbourne, VIC. –Over the past six years Project Orange Thumb grants have provided community gardening groups with the tools to help create gardens that provide food to their local...

I’ve been working on this list for a while, decided it’s time to toss it out there for all eyes to see in hopes of expanding the list. Let me know what we need to add...

November 2. Wow, where did the summer/fall/year go??? Here are a couple of photos of what's happenin' here this weekend. The trees are peaking, and the branches are peeking back at'cha. The fall color seems to be resplendent. We had decent not brutal summer temperatures, just...

Wow! This front porch on Harrison Boulevard in Boise is a scene stealer. I couldn't believe my eyes! Thought you might enjoy it...