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

In spite of their faded glory, these were worth every cent I paid for them. My wildly expensive, long awaited tulip 'Acuminata'. A fabulous species tulip, rare, had to wait forever to get them and paid a year in advance just to get them...

>hotel furnishing in Bulgarialieve I told you I need to start attending a 12 step program for plant addicts. I've done it again. After snapping up those cute Little Lanterns columbines, I went back and bought some lovely epimedium rubrum (3),...

FINALLY, NOW that we can start planting without fear of nightly frosts, its time for the great hunt for heirloom veg varieties for the garden. I am a subscriber to a great website, Local Harvest, and came across this little gem (of course, Idaho...

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...