Kate_miller

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  • High Altitude Gardening http://highaltitudegardening.blogspot.com/

    Growing an impossible garden at 7,000 feet. Certified master gardener, certifiable in many other ways. My garden is a labor of love high - in the snowy Wasatch Mountains of northern Utah.

LATEST ARTICLES ( 295 )

  • Coinkydinks

    Most folks take one look at my blonde hair and instantly write me off as a blithering idiot. Like yesterday, when the Home Depot guy launched into a 10 minute... Read more

    Posted on 20 November 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Wreck of the Hesperus

    When's the last time you moved? 5... 10... 20 years ago?As we get older, we tend to stay put and I wonder... is it because we were finally able to afford a... Read more

    Posted on 16 November 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • The Summer of Discontent

    They say you can never go home again. But, there's always a loophole in pretty much everything people swear to be true.You most certainly can go home again.... Read more

    Posted on 14 November 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Outrageously Orange

    My 'bottle rockets' are happily celebrating the 4th of July.I've always had a mad crush on the color orange. Can't, for the life of me, figure out why it's... Read more

    Posted on 05 July 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • The Apocalyse? And Perrennial Veggies

    * Most vegetables are annuals and need to be re-planted every growing season. Scroll to the bottom of this post to view a list of veggies that come back year,... Read more

    Posted on 27 June 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Savor the Summit

    The Grande Table...One, extra long, dining table stretching the length of Park City's Main Street..It's called Savor the Summit and it is soooooo much fun! Read more

    Posted on 22 June 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Provincetown

    An ice storm. In June. Soooo crazy.Dark clouds hang heavy over the mountains. A deep, drenching rain nourishes the garden.Tough little Lupines.I flip on the... Read more

    Posted on 19 June 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Garden Bloggers Bloom Day ~ May, 2014

    Alyssum Basket of Gold Missed it. Again. Bloom Day, that is. Held every month on the 15th. But, I'm only off by a day so... Let's take a walk through my chilly... Read more

    Posted on 16 May 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • The Bulb Brigade

    Monsella Tulips When the chilly days of April arrived, they must have decided this was a fine place to sit a spell. Because the only thing reflecting the true... Read more

    Posted on 12 May 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Seed Starters

    Sun shining, birds singing and a gentle breeze... 'twas the nicest day to be playing outdoors. I painstakingly transplanted all kinds of goodies for the teeny... Read more

    Posted on 08 May 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Moonflowers

    I'm a seed starting fanatic this year. These beauties are for my daughter (who is an adult but still has to tolerate the nickname, Peanut.)Do you grow... Read more

    Posted on 05 May 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Sassy Little Soybeans

    Midori Giant Soybean SeedlingsAh, May Day. The beginning of the merriest month. That means I only have another 4 weeks to twiddle my thumbs before I can... Read more

    Posted on 01 May 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Frosty Flowers

    If it's going to rain [buckets] then sleet... and then snow...... why can't Mother Nature torture us on a Monday? When I'm somewhat satisfied, being chained to... Read more

    Posted on 27 April 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Hats Off to Vermont!

    1 down... 49 to go! States, that is... :-) Congratulations to Vermont for stepping up to the plate and passing mandatory GMO labeling. Why is this such a big... Read more

    Posted on 24 April 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Earth Day and the Green, Green Grass

    Did you know....? Earth Day began 44 years ago when 20 MILLION AMERICANS rallied to fight for a cleaner environment. It inspired our government to create the... Read more

    Posted on 22 April 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Mr. Giganto

    This is a Dill's Atlantic Giant Pumpkin - growing in a 2 liter pop bottle. He's only 2 weeks old, grown from seed, so I'm getting a little worried. However! Read more

    Posted on 20 April 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Cactus Flowers

    It's always summer somewhere... When you live as high up in the mountains as I do... searching out summer can be a full time job.Because our winters last for 6... Read more

    Posted on 18 April 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day ~ April, 2014

    BEHOLD! The first blossoms of 2014! At long last... a sunny warm weekend dedicated to playing in the mud.With the weather finally cooperating, I donned those... Read more

    Posted on 15 April 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Nifty Little Loopholes and Veggie Garden Dreams

    I've got Vegetable Gardening on the brain.Why haven't you been blogging?" So asketh nearly everyone who telephones me.Because ADD is getting the better of me?... Read more

    Posted on 14 April 2014 GARDENING, HOME
  • Riding the Spotties

    My good friends, Janet Corita, the three of us have a love affair with Appaloosas, the spotty breed, bred for endurance.We meet up, every spring, to enjoy... Read more

    Posted on 28 March 2014 GARDENING, HOME