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

This recipe is from Mary Jane's Ideabook. It appeared last week in the Spokesman Review newspaper and was forewarded to me by the one and only, Mary Jane. Gotta tell you, I am groveling for more scapes from my farmer woman Casey. ...

She was everything I had imagined she would be. As beautiful inside as out, and as pretty as her pictures. The farm was one of the loveliest places on the planet I have ever been. Yes, I am crazy sentimental for the...

I had the good fortune and sense to take the former director of Manito Park WITH ME on Mrs. Toad's Wild Ride to North Idaho/Eastern Washington. Along with the background of the park, I got the personal and passionate story of the gardens and...

Now, some folks think I am a bit of a Pollyanna. Personally, I think I am a pragmatist. But after reading my pal, Ed Bruske's weekend update over at the Slow Cook, I want to crawl into a bottle of wine or two....

The Great ‘Scape, Garlic Scape that is…… Whirly gigs? No, garden friend, they are garlic scapes: the unopened buds of garlic blossoms. And they are delish! They have a very mild, fresh garlic flavor. I have two ways of preparing...

I have wanted to take this trip forEVER. Finally got off my butt and made it happen. Tossed my pal, Johnny Pat in the car, along with his lovely pic-a-nic fixins and off we went. Here's the view in Riggins and some of the...

I've decided to write down some of the little tips and tidbits my pal Jeff is bestowing on me, of late. Even a seasoned, experienced, knowledgeable, brilliant gardener like myself, can use a fresh set of eyes now and again. So, I have...