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

The Rock. Or the alternate title: Where I went on my spring vacation. /> Stay tuned for the full report. I packed my long johns and warm clothes. ...

A couple of weeks ago, when in Seattle for the NW Flower and Garden Show, I had the great good fortune to dine at Oceanaire, one of Seattle's premier seafood restaurants. Check out their menu here.. In my usual inimitable style, I ordered three...

I know I am feeling better when I start multi-tasking again. At this very moment I am prepping to co-host the morning show for the River Radio, 94.9 fm, in Boise tomorrow morning. Regular man, Ken Bass, is out for a few days...

I have all of two of these clusters in my garden. One in the front and one in the back. With a snow flurry/hail storm making its way down from Bogus Basin (the ski hill), the temp is too low for these little guys...

David Perry, photographer extraordinaire, poet, fellow GWA panelist, garden geek, smart alleck and all 'round faboo cook, knocked this plum tart out on my account last week. ( I whined really really loudly, threw a tantrum, and groveled for almost five months and trust me,...

Hmmmmmmm. I am sorry to report, this year's show in Seattle was a disappointment. There were a handful of very good display gardens, but just a few. Much to my chagrin. Here are a few snaps from my favorites: Robyn Cannon's French potager: delish!...

The scientists/botanists of Norway and their colleagues deserve a serious shout out for their latest planet worthy accomplishment: the Svalbard Global Seed Vault. As reported on the news tonight, it is a safehouse for seeds from all over the world and holds 4.5...

Dang. I've read The Secret, am working on New Earth for Oprah, have done a few hundred visualizations and never did I envision a Naked Cowboy. OK, I didn't envision a naked cowboy in a Black Escalade spouting Anthony Robbins as his higher power. ...