Things are off to a joyful and artistic start in our gardens this season. As the snow melts and temperatures warm, we are back outside on the grounds tidying up
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Despite today’s predicted snow, the weather was warm and dry enough by the end of last week to allow me to get the first 3 beds on the farm planted!
In the greenhouse, the kale, collards, and lettuce have all sprouted their first true leaves and are growing like crazy! Warmer weather crops like tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant that were
Things seem to be popping up everywhere with this week’s warmer weather. In the greenhouse, the kale and lettuce seeds have germinated and are beginning to grow their first true
We may be breaking records with low temperatures and high snow fall, but it’s time for the 2014 season to start nonetheless. This week, I seeded the first transplant trays
https://vimeo.com/87290322 A quick way to save seed from and for your own garden, and to prep winter squash for a tasty meal at the same time!
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With a winter like this one, I can’t help but think of the hot, bountiful days of summer and wonder if they’ll every return! And for most of us, thoughts
Today, we started the second year of a new Wyck tradition- tapping our sugar maples to make syrup. The weather is still not reliably above freezing during the day, so
You may wonder what a farmer does in winter. Of course, there is the preparation for the coming season. But farming at Wyck allows for a unique type of off-season