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

Ah jeez, he's done it again! That faboo cook, Ed Bruske, over at the Slow Cook, has conjured up a green tomato pizza. All bubbly and gooey and green lookin. Oh, Ed, I am gonna have to try this! And...

Click on this link: http://www.salisbury.edu/arboretum/Akebia/AkQu/AkQuFR.html to see the fruit of the akebia quinata. My goodness, I had no idea it produced fruit til my friend Jeff called last night and sounded the alarm! "Quick," he said, "come over and look at the...

My pal, Kathy Purdy of the acclaimed website/blog, Cold Climate Gardening, brought to my attention this website: US Drought Monitor....

I love this column. Every week I read the Spade and the Spoon. Never disappointed. Check it out. Does Idaho have this program? If not, why not? ...

These are functional garden benches. I loved sitting on the one in the red flower bed. It was at Chanticleer. The other one was at Stryer's garden center near Valley Forge PA. I would have bought it if I could have...

Kim, aka blackswampgirl, over at A Study in Contrasts, challenged us to come up with a list of things you WOULD NOT find in our gardens. Oh boy, this is a good one. Here goes: Absolutely no 'volcano' water features or ones that look...

Earthly delights csa #17 *tomatoes (they are so fabulous diced and marinated in balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt, pepper, onion/garlic, and a touch of sugar/honey, and served with bread) *tomatillos (this may be the last batch, so enjoy them!) *green beans or summer squash *carrots *sage (see recipe for...

Someone reminded me of this e-mail I sent to my garden club last year and asked me if I would post it. I just re-read it, realized that sometimes I am grateful for hot and dry, and decided to share it with you. ...