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

It's been colder than all get out here. All of three nice days so far in 2008. Last Sunday we were all the way up to 78 and I was luvin it. Then cold and nasty. And we are expecting the next...

At our Spring Fling, someone asked me about stints on The River radio and the resulting podcasts. You can find them over here, at The River Interactive website. Just scroll through the list and click on it to listen. Yours truly....

I am happy to pass along this information, just in from the Boise landmark, Edwards Greenhouses (off Hill Road & 36th Street);Garnette Monnie (owner) is conducting gardening 101 classes on Saturdays 10 AM to 11 AM. At Edwards, no charge. 4/19 Perennials 4/26 Annuals 5/3 ...

Hard to believe that a week ago today I was being chauffeured around Austin by the lovely Pam Pennick and our fellow spring flingers racing from one garden to the next, each one a paradise unto itself, more fabulous than I could imagine. Nothing,...

Pam, just so you know right up front, I poached this recipe from over at your site. I mean, really, why would I want to use anyone's recipe but yours? You dah hostess with the mostess! From our wonderful Pam, at Digging in...

What I did on my summer vacation. No, make that, what I did on my spring vacation: Went to Austin, TX. Yes, I remembered to take some snaps to share with y'all. Didn't bring you any barbeque or ice cold Shinerbock. ...

This is from Bo, over at the Idaho Earth Institute: a Plant Sale fund raiser on April 19th, 10 am- 2 pm, at Lucy's Coffee & Espresso, and I was wondering if you could/would be so kind as to "advertise" this for us. We will be...

Succession planting is a wonderful way to make the most of a postage stamp size veg garden. There is a great article on how to do this by Charlie Nardozzi, over at the National Gardening Association's website HERE. The article has some beautiful,(but...