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

It was truly the first nice nice day here in Boise. We have had an unusually long, cold winter/spring, we are two inches short on rainfall and I needed to get outside and PLANT! So, will share with you what is new this season...

Some of you recall (with your eyes rolling) how I much I loathe the whole idea of geographic confusion. Or, when otherwise smart people (I am being charitable here) do stupid things. Someone took a swipe at me a couple months ago about my...

This week I asked a question of the Garden Writers Association, "What do you know about Soil Sorb? Then I just sat back and waited for the action. Only a couple of folks knew about soil sorb, what I did get in abundance was...

....but i wanted to play anyway, so here goes a couple of little sayings.........I am giving you a break today from my beloved Mary Oliver. And both these little snippets of wisdom are good to live by: The human race. We have so much courage, here...

This just in at the news desk for all you plant geeks: plant sales GALORE in the valley! May 3, Ada Gardeners Garden Club...

Personally, I find the situation hysterical. I have a hideous case of laryngitis (husband is pretending [as usual] he can't hear me), and yet, I am quoted on the front page of the Idaho Statesman...

Ed Bruske, garden guru and cook faboo goes off on a tangent this weekend about the world food crisis. No need for me to repeat what he wrote, just clickety click on over to THE SLOW COOK, and read it and WEEP. How...