close
January

Month: January 2017

img.jpg
20
Views
by: Ryan H

What’s Native?

What better day than July 4th – our national independence day — to consider the issues surrounding gardening with natives...
img.jpg
19
Views
by: Judy Tiger

Benefits of gardening, or just being IN a garden

Surgeon General leads walk through the park for launch of National Park Rx. National Park Rx, a growing movement among...
img.jpg
40
Views
by: Shad

The Grafted Tomato Challenge

Okay, Log House Plants, I’m in.  This Oregon nursery has developed a line of grafted tomato plants that they have...
img.jpg
57
Views
by: karen green

More Garden-Inspired Haiku

Thanks to those of you who enjoyed my garden haiku post last month. Today I have a few more poems...
img.jpg
88
Views
by: Jonathan Barth

Driving Alaska with My Three Miss Daisies

  Bears loomed large last month in Alaska, but there was more danger lurking for a scrapulation.* Close quarters and...
img.jpg
77
Views

Annoying step back or welcome relief?

Unlike scrapbooking, genealogy, homebrewing, model trains, or cosplay, gardening brings with it an inseparable relationship to time and season. During...
img.jpg
84
Views
by: blair

Setting the Pace

What a great Spring it has been here in Boise — alternating periods of rain and sun, almost as if...
img.jpg
77
Views

Benefits of Drought

It’s official: the “U.S. Drought Monitor”, a site co-sponsored by University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the United States Department of Agriculture, and...
img.jpg
96
Views
by: Suzanne

Nature Corridors Boost Failing Wildlife Populations

A buffer of plants on each side of an urban stream creates a corridor connecting habitat fragments, while penetrating the...
img.jpg
118
Views
by: Andrea Sprott

European Garden Travels with Carolyn

Vlinderhof If I ever go on a European garden tour, I’ll choose one that features gardens that are interesting to...
1 2
Page 1 of 2