In early April, I’m always nervous to feel like spring has finally sprung. Just when you’re getting used to warmer days and to nights above freezing, another depressing cold spell
It looks like the worst of winter is behind us (fingers crossed!) and I’ve finally been able to get all the crops in the ground that were scheduled to be
After a storm last week that dropped surprisingly more snow than expected, I was starting to wonder if I would ever be able to get seeds in the ground. However,
Despite this week’s warmer temperatures, I’m still waiting to get seeds in the ground outside. After the heavy snow two weeks ago, combined with it’s unusually rapid melting, the ground is
Although it’s already the beginning of March, the Home Farm still looks like a pretty forbidding place. Mostly covered in a layer of snow and ice, it’s hard to believe
February tends to be one of the slower winter months as the farmer at Wyck, which usually gives me an ideal opportunity to do some reading into the plethora of
January truly is the start of the new year for the Home Farm. Although it is cold, gray, and lifeless outside, it’s now time to start envisioning the next season.
This week, we got our first frost of the fall on the Wyck Home Farm. Fortunately, it was a light one and only a few pepper plants were damaged. But