Wyck Stories

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Winter’s work

With the snow pouring down outside, now is a great time for refreshing my knowledge about all things farming. One of my main sources of material for this is the

Fall at Wyck

Despite the unexpectedly wonderful weather recently, it is indeed autumn. With its amazing number of beautiful, old trees, I think fall is the most spectacular season at Wyck. As the leaves

Feeling like winter!

With frost on the ground two mornings in a row and all of the summer crops harvested off of the vines in preparation, it’s really starting to feel and look

To Market (and Roses!)

With the first market of 2015 starting this Friday (2-6pm), the season feels officially underway! While the excessive cold early in the spring definitely means that some crops will be

Goings-on on the Farm

Every spring is different and invariably throws some sort of curve ball all it’s own! Last year, it was the unusually cool weather that made the start of the season

Into Summer Already?

With the end of this past winter seeming to drag on forever in freezing weather, snow, and sleet, it’s been a shocker to find ourselves in the hot, dry conditions

The Rhubarb is Growing!

This year, I decided to put in new rhubarb plants on the Home Farm. Rhubarb takes a good while to grow from seed, so I ordered crowns instead. They arrive in the mail