What We’re Sowing

by Edie Wadsworth on May 15, 2014


I married a biology major who loves and studies birds and trees.  In the house before this one,  he planted 90—yes you read that right—90! trees.  His middle name is Martin so maybe he comes by it honestly.  In this house, I lost count at around 40.  He was planning the trees before the foundation […]


How to Make Salsa (for canning)

by Edie Wadsworth on August 19, 2012

how to make salsa

  The first time I ever had this salsa, I was in the North Woods on vacation and Mi-uss Vicki (as my Southern self calls her) brought this to the cabin for our snacking pleasures.  I was smitten and determined to never let a summer go by without canning salsa up a storm.   This […]

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Garden Update, week 6

by Edie Wadsworth on June 18, 2012


Morning sunshines!  Hope you had a good weekend.  I woke up extra early this morning with a whole host of things swirling in my head.  I’m having about 10 house guests for  the fourth of July week and have so many things I need and want to do.  I’m beginning to think it’s not humanly […]


Garden Update, week 4

by Edie Wadsworth on May 30, 2012

Right after planting: Week 2 Week 4 I head out with my coffee to spend my early mornings in the garden: pulling little weeds, listening to the birds, harvesting the herbs. It may well be my favorite time of day. Then again, in the evenings, when the sun has moved around to the back of […]


The Urban Garden, planting and sowing

by Edie Wadsworth on May 8, 2012

urban garden

Calling my garden an urban garden is a little misleading. I do live in Bean Station, TN, for pete’s sake,  not exactly an urban metropolis. But I call it an urban or kitchen garden because of it’s unique small size and placement.  It’s a 10×12 ft garden that sits right beside our garage.  I finished […]

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